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  • My LR Baggs ParaDI releases an overdriven Sound

    Hi, I would like to ask for some solution on my LR baggs. I am using it as a preamp on my Taylor acoustic guitar. It's the only guitar pedal in the chain then straight to the mixer. I've found that low batteries can have an overdriven sound on this kind of pedal but upon changing the batteries, the overdrive is still there. Can you help me know a possible fix for this issue? Thank you.

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    Originally posted by jdmiscreola View Post
    Hi, I would like to ask for some solution on my LR baggs. I am using it as a preamp on my Taylor acoustic guitar. It's the only guitar pedal in the chain then straight to the mixer. I've found that low batteries can have an overdriven sound on this kind of pedal but upon changing the batteries, the overdrive is still there. Can you help me know a possible fix for this issue? Thank you.
    Have you tried lowering the Gain on the Para DI? If the Gain is set too high, it could easily distort if you play hard enough.

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