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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Raymond, Aug 2, 2014.
Very clean. Very pro.
I'm curious...why the thick, red George L's cable? I've systematically replaced it 100% with the thin, black version for flexibility and reliability purposes. Have you had no problems?
Thanks man! A studio sound guy once told me about them, he said they are the best as far as noise cancelling. They are very clear but if anything I just like the colour
As far as issues, they are very stiff and it takes a bit of work to close the drawer.
I almost kinda wish I had went with the thinner black ones.
The latest iteration:
I think it's just about complete. May toss the Hungry Robot Moby Dick due to recently acquiring the Nemesis. Will most likely replace it with a Keeley Super Mod Workstation.
And I'll probably replace the EHX Nano Muff for a Basic Audio Shorebird or JHS Muffuletta.
Recently finished this board. Been a work in progress for years. Got a Voodoo Labs Mondo underneath
I like this one, too!
I think I have all of the bases covered, but I'd like to have a few more options in terms of modulation.
Just completed my latest pedalboard today. Just in time too, I have two gigs this weekend to work it through.
Ooh, what's that NO!! button do? I can't help myself. I wouldn't last an hour with that on my board.
Sweet! Not one shiny new H9, but two!
So nicely organized! Well done!
I really like that. Easy easy but very flexible. I need to get a second H9. I've resisted up until now because I do way more studio work than gigging and I have an Eventide rack unit that does most of the heavy lifting.... But the recent Eventide Distortion algorithms for the H9 sound really nice.
Are you using the Spark as an OD or just to boost your signal?
The HOF Reverb and EP Booster are for my HX/DA; the DD-3 and Paisley for my Vibroking.
Simple and to the point. Nice! I'm jealous of the sleekness (and lack of weight).
How do you like those mini pedal controllers? I know it's totally subjective, and these fit on your board, but I so love the Mission Engineering's giant, heavy controllers. Exactly which ones are yours?
That button allows access to the loops 5-8 that I currently do not use. JK, it's a self destruct button.
I am currently using the Spark for my OD or "Crunch" preset through my PX8.
So far so good! For what little I actually used my old full size wah/volume pedals, these are really great and allowed me to shrink my board down from before. Dunlop DVP4 Mini X is the model.
I've made a few changes to my board, and have ordered a different bypass loop switch box. I'll post some pics when everything's set up.