ISP Technologies Decimator G String II Noise Reduction Pedal

- Dimensions: 5" x 2.7" x 2.3"
- Dynamic Range: 95 dB Typical
- Effective Noise Reduction: Greater than 60 dB
- Input Impedance: 470k
- Maximum Input Level: +9dBu
- Output Level: Less than 150 Ohms
- Power Voltage: 9vdc -30ma
- THD: Less Than .05%
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 1.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 3 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): ISP DECIMATORGII
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ISP Technologies Decimator G String II

ISP Technologies' Decimator G String II Noise Reduction pedal was designed for those who want the ultimate performance from a noise reduction pedal. The G String Pedal tracks the signal directly from the guitar, which allows you to switch from clean to high gain without ever changing the threshold setting.

The design allows connection of the processing channel of the Decimator to be inserted into your effects loop or after your high gain pedals or preamp. An 1/8 Phone cord is used to engage the linking function which allows you to link two Decimators for two channels of noise reduction. You can also use one Decimator G String II and one Decimator II pedal to create a stereo setup. This connection allows both pedals to directly track the instrument providing the tracking performance of the professional Decimator ProRack G.
(9 ratings)
Submitted January 11, 2016 by Mark K in Chicagoi, IL
"The best noise reduction - period."
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I've used an ISP Theta pedal which has the Decimator D-String noise reduction built in and loved it. I bought this to go with a Kemper that I have and it is awesome. The key is that it monitors your direct guitar signal and gates the signal wherever you put it, which should be in your effects loop or at least after any overdrive/distortion effects. That way you don't have to compromise on getting a gate set after your overdrive signal to clamp down on a noisy signal but still let through all of the nuances - not to mention to keep working correctly when you switch to your clean tone. It's not cheap, but it's the best. ISP is also there to answer your questions and support the product.
Musical Background:
played guitar for 25 years
Musical Style:
rock, metal
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