You can also use one Decimator G String II and one Decimator II pedal to create a stereo setup. The 805 Overdrive inspired Boost section (the Palladium’s icing on the cake) lets you add a little extra grit and cut for solos and adds even more versatility to an already great foundation. That effect designation should give you a starting point about what to expect. But this is an example of how to do it right. Some guitarists may like to see a dedicated Blend control for parallel compression. I’d just like to see a Sidechain Input for letting an external audio source trigger then compression of this excellent pedal. Many of these guitar pedals (and countless others) have helped create some of the greatest guitar sounds of all time.
You have to hear the Ghost type for yourself. The Twin Stags is a dual tremolo pedal. Turning this knob while letting notes and chords sustain creates mind-warping sounds that must be experienced to be understood. Guitarists with an ear for tone won’t have a problem dialing in this pedal by ear, but still, a gain reduction LED (or VU Meter?) would be useful.
Perhaps the most intriguing aspects of this pedal are its connectivity possibilities. Tracking is excellent, but improvements are always welcome. I wish the awesome MIDI controllable Filter was routable for separate use on the Dry Signal or other audio sources. The Loomer takes that great fuzz foundation and adds a reverb section with 3 unique modes. Also, external Attack/Knee controls would be useful for fine-tuning it with different guitars or when using it with bass & vocals.