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Noise Gate for Guitar from Boss .

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  • CROPUSCROPUS

    Boss NF-1 Noise GatePublished on 04/26/07 at 15:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Noise gate that's all.

    Analog technology.

    no possibility of editions.

    audio connectors in jacks.

    Pedal.

    USE

    Ts configuration as simple as can be seen in the photo.
    Senssibilite a button and a decay.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is effective.

    For use with guitar or bass. (It's happened to me to use it my wholes beginning,
    insert a mixer channel blowing .systhm D)

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a very long time using.
    what I like least is that there is no light indicating it is in action
    only one stop light walk.
    I do reminds me of the price.
    I would do this choice more actuelement.
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    Noise gate that's all.

    Analog technology.

    no possibility of editions.

    audio connectors in jacks.

    Pedal.

    USE

    Ts configuration as simple as can be seen in the photo.
    Senssibilite a button and a decay.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is effective.

    For use with guitar or bass. (It's happened to me to use it my wholes beginning,
    insert a mixer channel blowing .systhm D)

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for a very long time using.
    what I like least is that there is no light indicating it is in action
    only one stop light walk.
    I do reminds me of the price.
    I would do this choice more actuelement.
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  • gromeulgromeul

    Boss NF-1 Noise GatePublished on 07/12/07 at 04:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Noise gate (door noise) analog
    2 buttons (sensitivity and decay)
    an input / output jack
    light up according
    connector for a 9V adapter
    9v battery cover

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use, the button "Sense" appears trsdlicat dose in the first quarter (may be it comes from my pedals).

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is effective below a certain threshold adjustable with the "direction", the pedals "closes the door" to the sound speed Determines with the "Decay".
    It is not a noise suppressor, the free personal portfolio no noise but the sound turns off the sound when no note is heard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In my rig for a week, purchase of Af 35, it fit for purpose in …
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    Noise gate (door noise) analog
    2 buttons (sensitivity and decay)
    an input / output jack
    light up according
    connector for a 9V adapter
    9v battery cover

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use, the button "Sense" appears trsdlicat dose in the first quarter (may be it comes from my pedals).

    SOUND QUALITY

    The effect is effective below a certain threshold adjustable with the "direction", the pedals "closes the door" to the sound speed Determines with the "Decay".
    It is not a noise suppressor, the free personal portfolio no noise but the sound turns off the sound when no note is heard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In my rig for a week, purchase of Af 35, it fit for purpose in my work environment "polluquot;!
    Helpful but not essential!
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  • heavy_donutsheavy_donuts

    Boss NF-1 Noise GatePublished on 03/17/08 at 15:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Old model of gate nose

    UTILIZATION

    Lai I made because I could not find OCCAZ of ns2 and urgent c'tait

    SOUND QUALITY

    And what a silent CHRE more ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Nose very simple gate, apparently it's an old MODEL few people know!
    very effective, I bought it to cut the buzz / feedback of HK triamp and my ESP horizon. I do switch faade is to say directly after the scratch
    of happiness ... in addition, I torque my gmajor noise gate (not powerful enough, too much loss of momentum), which is located in a loop effect.
    then we can send the proper species of brutal metal with nothing bronchus. jai the impression that the volume knob is still in closed posit…
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    Old model of gate nose

    UTILIZATION

    Lai I made because I could not find OCCAZ of ns2 and urgent c'tait

    SOUND QUALITY

    And what a silent CHRE more ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Nose very simple gate, apparently it's an old MODEL few people know!
    very effective, I bought it to cut the buzz / feedback of HK triamp and my ESP horizon. I do switch faade is to say directly after the scratch
    of happiness ... in addition, I torque my gmajor noise gate (not powerful enough, too much loss of momentum), which is located in a loop effect.
    then we can send the proper species of brutal metal with nothing bronchus. jai the impression that the volume knob is still in closed position.

    is the class, redcouvre cleanliness of his game, as the pedals carrment is transparent.

    I put 10 because I did pay only 35 and I think I'm not ready for me ... Sparer
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Noise gate....that's it

    Boss NF-1 Noise GatePublished on 07/29/11 at 11:03
    Boss has a pedal for every possible operation in music. They have effects pedals for just about anything and everything that you can think of and have done versions and new editions of a lot of those pedals. If you can't find something that you need I am almost sure Boss has a pedal for ti. Boss is like the iphone app store. When they say there's an app for that...well there is Boos pedal for that.

    This pedal is simply a noise gate. Not too much to talk about other than it limits the amount of noise one would experience in their guitar rig. The reason for a pedal like this is to give guitar players a limiter on how much noise they will experience in their signal chain.

    UTILIZATION[…
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    Boss has a pedal for every possible operation in music. They have effects pedals for just about anything and everything that you can think of and have done versions and new editions of a lot of those pedals. If you can't find something that you need I am almost sure Boss has a pedal for ti. Boss is like the iphone app store. When they say there's an app for that...well there is Boos pedal for that.

    This pedal is simply a noise gate. Not too much to talk about other than it limits the amount of noise one would experience in their guitar rig. The reason for a pedal like this is to give guitar players a limiter on how much noise they will experience in their signal chain.

    UTILIZATION

    Specifications

    Controls: Sens, Decay
    Connectors: Input, Output, AC Adaptor
    Current Draw: 3.9 mA (DC 9V)
    Weight: 400 g (14 oz)
    Input Impedance: 470kOhm
    Recommended Load Impedance: 10kOhm or more
    Recommended AC Adaptor: ACA Series


    SOUND QUALITY

    A noise gate will limit the amount of noise one would experience through their effects and signal chain. If you play blues rock or a soft rock then you probably would never need a pedal like this. This is for the guys who use a lot of distortion and possible some extra overdrive peals for high gain purposes. If you don't use high gain then you probably don't experience a lot of noise in your tone and signal chain. For those who do use a lot of gain and possibly some high output pickups would need something to tame all of that noise. I have found that a noise gate also helps when playing gigs in different places where they might not have good electrical outlets and you get some added noise. Possible the wiring is off and so extra noise is introduced into the line. A noise gate would help in that situation just to have in case you ever run into that problem.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These pedals were made from 1979 to 1988. So they have been long discontinued for a time now. So the used market is the only way to go now. I would suggest a new edition of a noise gate there are much better ones out there now.
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  • inadesinades

    Boss NF-1 Noise GatePublished on 05/02/08 at 04:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything has been said

    UTILIZATION

    Everything has been said

    SOUND QUALITY

    Everything has been said

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not notice our answer has global, the rest dja t said ... I just got bought used on ebay, well I'm from, I m ' expected to have no chirping when I loose the strings of my guitar, well, no ... I even feel that it is nothing! I use a digitech grunge pedals and Harmonix poly flange lctro .. I put the noise gate in the head just behind the guitar ... if I have a Peavey Classic 30 ... well I do would do not have that choice .. if you have any advice in this area contact me via http://inades.skyrock.com/
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    Everything has been said

    UTILIZATION

    Everything has been said

    SOUND QUALITY

    Everything has been said

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not notice our answer has global, the rest dja t said ... I just got bought used on ebay, well I'm from, I m ' expected to have no chirping when I loose the strings of my guitar, well, no ... I even feel that it is nothing! I use a digitech grunge pedals and Harmonix poly flange lctro .. I put the noise gate in the head just behind the guitar ... if I have a Peavey Classic 30 ... well I do would do not have that choice .. if you have any advice in this area contact me via http://inades.skyrock.com/
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