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ISP Technologies Decimator Pedal V-II

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Noise Reduction Pedal

  • 60 dB noise reduction
  • Latest NR technology
  • No change of the guitar sound
  • Easy to use
  • Metal housing
  • Link in and link out
  • Compatible mains adapter: Article number

    409939

    (not included)
Effect Types Noise Reduction
Item number 112180
169 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Monday, 1.11. and Tuesday, 2.11.
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The best of the best
Anonymous 30.04.2015
I bought this ISP based on the reviews I had seen online. When I recieved it I was first impressed with the build quality, and weight of the pedal. It couldn't be more simple to use. Just plug in, and adjust to your liking.
I use this in my as the first thing my guitar signal meets(after the tuner). I find the single knob is alot more effective than other noise reduction pedals that have a lot more knobs and dials. For this, it seems the term "less is more" couldn't be more true. I have even used it as a kill switch, by turning the setting all the way to the right, and quickly turned it back to a noise suppressor by turning it back again.
I can say as well, in comparison to other big brand noise suppressors, this one does not suck tone, as most people fear with these type of pedals. It is one of the best noise suppressors I have tried and cannot recommend it enough.
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Can't go wrong with this noise gate
Disturbance 11.06.2020
I was looking for something to cancel out the noise when I bump the gain from my Friedman BE OD pedal and after some research I decided to go with the Decimator.

You will not be disappointed if you go with it. It is extremely simple to use and I turn the knob usually just above the 12 O'clock position to cancel the noise and my metal tone became really clear and when I lift my hands off the fretboard there is no static noise. It does everything I want it to.

It is used by one of my favourite bands Disturbed. Guitarist Dan Donegan has it as an irreplaceable part of his rig and if you are looking for a nice noise gate for a good metal sound, this is a top choice.

Build wise it looks solid, but the reflective metallic looks can make the text a bit difficult to read, not that you'll need to read much, but it's the only con I can think of.
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Brilliant
Old Murray 26.03.2020
Why else should you buy a Noise Gate if not to eliminate the god awful hiss coming through your amp.
If you stack a lot of pedals like me, this a perfect product for you.
I've tried several different noisegates throughout the years and nothing comes close to this one. The fact that it starts and ends when you want it (fast) without muting the attack is great. Perhaps the Zuul is on par with this one, but for the price this one's a bargain.
Thomann as usual is fast, clean and transparent with order and delivery.
Great product.
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Where has this thing been all my life?
Dad of Rock 29.05.2019
One knob to turn until no more buzz and hiss from guitar. Done. Sure it's not a cheap pedal, but even for a bedroom player like me with fairly high gain amps, this thing is fantastic.

Only downside I can find is the reflective mirror like surface which looks a bit silly. Matte would have been better. But its not like this is a major flaw in any sense...
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