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Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal 

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The Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal is the standard with touring rigs worldwide. Now you can tap into the same great circuitry to wipe out hiss, ...Click To Read More About This Product

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HUSH noise reduction in a convenient floor pedal.

The Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal is the standard with touring rigs worldwide. Now you can tap into the same great circuitry to wipe out hiss, pickup buzz, and unwanted feedback. The HUSH pedal delivers 65dB of signal cleanup, while your signal integrity remains unaffected.


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RocktronHUSH Noise Reduction Pedal
 
3.7

(based on 56 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (29)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (12)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Hiss and Hum husher not feedback

I have owned one of thses for like 10 years or more and works wonders if you set it up right. I have the old 2 threshold model. if The broke I would buy...Read complete review

I have owned one of thses for like 10 years or more and works wonders if you set it up right. I have the old 2 threshold model. if The broke I would buy 2 of these. First thise thing goes after the distortion and noise making pedals and eq. Then to effects like delay and chorus reverb because if the hush is after it will chop off the lower volume modulation effects they create. Also should be in the effects loop becasue it does take the hum out of your amp. I had this in the effects look of my marshall solid state head similar to the mg series out now. It totally cleaned up the hum in the overdrive channels then the second threshold on the old one can be set lower for clean channels that still hum. Another wonderous items that i have the works great in conjunction with this is my Voodoo Lab Pedal Power conditioned power supply to run this and all of the other effects more silently using a regulated power supply.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Get the Boss, this pedal only cuts volume

I bought this with the hope it would eliminate the hum I get from my pickups (emg 81s). When I bought this I was surprised how well it was built, metal housing felt...Read complete review

I bought this with the hope it would eliminate the hum I get from my pickups (emg 81s). When I bought this I was surprised how well it was built, metal housing felt VERY sturdy, this pedal is built to last. I also was happily surprised by the battery compartment, very easy access and simple, so far so good. Once I tried it out all these good attributes go out the window. All it did was cut the volume, with the knob on 10 I still got hum, it was only harder to hear. I returned it the next day and got the Boss, which does what I wanted this to do. If I go rack noise gates/reduction I would try out the Rocktron Super C rack unit first, but this pedal was a huge disappointment.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hiss and Hum husher not feedback

By 95PRSCE24

from Kona HI

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Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

I have owned one of thses for like 10 years or more and works wonders if you set it up right. I have the old 2 threshold model. if The broke I would buy 2 of these. First thise thing goes after the distortion and noise making pedals and eq. Then to effects like delay and chorus reverb because if the hush is after it will chop off the lower volume modulation effects they create. Also should be in the effects loop becasue it does take the hum out of your amp. I had this in the effects look of my marshall solid state head similar to the mg series out now. It totally cleaned up the hum in the overdrive channels then the second threshold on the old one can be set lower for clean channels that still hum. Another wonderous items that i have the works great in conjunction with this is my Voodoo Lab Pedal Power conditioned power supply to run this and all of the other effects more silently using a regulated power supply.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Good product, just not a good match for pedal steel guitar

By Pat

from Branson, MO

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  • Responsive

Cons

  • Poor Sound Quality

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    Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

    Wanted to reduce 60hz hum from single coil pick up. By the time you get any noticeable reduction in hum, the tone is reduced way too much. Probably works well for other styles, but just not there for what I'm doing.

    (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Not Bad

    By Bear

    from Mississippi

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    Pros

    • Ease To Use
    • Responsive

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Performances

      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      I have had this in my chain for maybe 2 years and I haven't had any problems with it. I put this at the end of my chain into a fender hot rod amp and I have a distortion pedal and an overdrive pedal running behind it with a mxr m108 and I keep it at about 9 o' clock and it blocks out any noise I have if you crank it up all the way you do lose volume but its not a tone sucker its a pretty good piece of gear. I don't know why this thing gets such bad cred it works for me and my b rig just fine, but haters gone hate.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      15 years of awesomeness

      By 95PRSCE24

      from Kona HI

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      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      I have the 2 threshold model and it is awesome. I have this in my effects loop on my Marshall vs100 valvestate head. It eliminates the hum from the OD channels with one threshold. Also have a theshold set for the clean channel. Always have it in the efx loop after the distortion and before the modulation/delay efx. I also have 2 voodoolab power supply's. The marshall is powered through the voodoolab conditioner. Between the combo I have a really silence setup. I'm running a 95 PRS CE24 with Celestion g12t-75 celestion 4x12 cabinet. If this broke I would buy 2 of these pedals to make up for it. The only other noise reduction I would try is the ISP Decimator G string.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Am I Nuts???

      By WICKTANA

      from HIXSON, TN

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      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      I have read every review that others have put on this box. If I went by the numbers I would have never bought one. I was using a Crate GLX1200H with a 412 speaker cabninet. My guitars were Gibson Les Paul, Fender Strat and Tele, and a Ibanez semi hollow. My pedals are Milk Box compression, screamin blues, RP50, delay, chorus, and DS-1 distortion.I ran the hush through my loop station in back of my amp head. Hit the button to turn it on, heard hiss, then started turning the button up. I had to go a pretty good ways on turning the control. GUESS WHAT. I never lost one friggin sustain, made the noise go away, never changed my tone or any of the things other users are picking on. It is a must that this be put on the end of your box line, even better. If you have a loop station run it through there. If you know how to hook one up then this is a good deal.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Depends on what sound your trying to get.

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      If you use lots of distortion/sustain/overdrive in your effects chain, the kind of stuff that amplifies the noise in your signal, this hush pedal will kill your tone dead. Dead! Save yourself a lot of frustration and get an ns-2 or some other triggered noise suppressor. If you use mild to no distortion, this will probably do the job nicely and for a good price. But why do you need noise supression if you don't distort? Solid body but the knob is loosey goosey. Duct tape the bugger if you want it to stay put. Overall, blech.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      good pedal, really cleans up all the hiss from amp

      By x_theZombieIntheSky_x

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      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      This is a super pedal. If your amp is really high-gain and you don't like how it hisses/buzzes when you're not playing, then this is the pedal for you. You set the threshold to how much noise you want reduced, and then when you've stopped playing and you want some quiet, just hit the button and your amp is as quiet as a potato.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Simple, Basic and DOES what it says it will DO!

      By ScorpRiffMaster

      from Houston, TX

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      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      I have nothing but great things to say about this little Rocktron Hush Pedal. I have used it in the effects loop and I have also used it at the end of my floor effects chain on my pedalboard. At this moment, I prefer it on the pedalboard and I will divulge to why I prefer that method later in the review. Currently, I am running a Budda Wah, Electro Harmonix Mini-QTron, Pulsar and Octave Multiplexer, Fulltone Fulldrive2(Awesome Pedal!) followed by the Hush, all of which sit sit atop a Radial Tonebone Boneyard Slanted Pedalboard; what else is going to facilitate the huge EH pedals? LOL! After the Hush Pedal, the signal then feeds into to 2 Aphex Parametric EQ's, which are set to cut the 100hz frequency and to boost the mids, then into a Line-6 Duoverb 2X12 amp. The only effect that I have running through effects loop of the DuoVerb is a Alesis MidiVerb4. I control the amp and effects loop via the Line-6 Shortboard. As one can see; I have entirely too many buttons to step on. LOL!!! Anyway, there are a couple of cool things that I have noticed about running the Hush Pedal the way that I am currently running it in my effects chain. Not only does it cut the noise, it also gives me a great boost in sound clarity and actually keeps certain effect pedals from giving my sound that unwanted boost and will then even out the pedals that deter the volume of my sound. Has anyone else experienced this from the Hush Pedal? For example, the EH Pulsar will give me that unwanted boost when the Hush is not engaged. The EH Octave Multiplexer will degrade the volume when the Hush is not engaged. This little Hush Pedal has actually given me more bang for the buck that I did not expect. What other pedal can actually cut out the unwanted noise, give my sound more definition and clarity and lastly, balance the volume of all of the effects before it? I have yet to come across any other pedal that can function like this little gem. Buy this pedal, use it right and your sound will come alive. This is one great investment. I apologize for the thesis. I had to tell my story. Take care and be well.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Works!!!

      By SFKillswitch-9Xox5

      from Glen Burnie, MD

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      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      I was skeptical because of other reviews, but I am now pretty sure that anyone giving this pedal a bad review, uses it wrong in thier pedal chain. I use it right after my Zakk Wylde ZW-44 from MXR which we all know is pretty noisey. My setup is as follows. Marshall JCM 800 MKII Lead 2204, into my Korg tuner (not effect, but like to list it), my ZW-44, and the HUSH, which all ride in my SKB pro pedal board. (I am adding more, but this is a new rig). The HUSH keeps everything very quiet! I played out in a medium size club tonight and this pedal got Baptism By Fire, because I just got it and didn't have time to test it out. It was perfect. It will keep a permanent home on my board. It doesn't kill the tone at all, and although the 57' classic pickups in my Gibson SG are noisy, everything is kept under wraps. The sound guy said my tone was killer, so that must mean something. Don't hesitate to get one of these. Just read the instructions and you will be fine.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Its ok....

      By xdbx

      from Illinois

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      Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:

      This unit works great if you run it through your effects loop. It actually ADDS noise if I run it in line (Guitar -> Hush Pedal -> Amp). This will not work for me as I have footswitchable effects loop, and actually use it to activate my effects. It doesn't work for my needs, but the pedal is built like a tank, and like I mentioned if it is ran through the effects loop it works great.Our other guitarist had one and had the exact same problem with noise when using it in-line W/ a completely different setup than mine.

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