Lets all drool over your stuff :)

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BY Dano_NZ
#804008
I'm digging these. Managing to get a few second-hand which certainly helps with the budget. DM-2W for slap-back current favourite.

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BY StratMatt
#804014
Now for a Waza Metal Zone!
BY Dano_NZ
#804015
Molly wrote:How do you like your RV-6?


Like it a lot. I tend to jam at home through a Fender Champ, which can sound a little naked. I tend to use the plate or spring.
BY Dano_NZ
#804016
Like the RV6 so much, I might even move the Catalinbread Topanga on.
BY Molly
#804021
I asked as I've just put mine up for sale to help cover the cost of a Flint I just bought. Can't say that I think the RV-6 is lacking at all. I just wanted the cool trem too. :-)
BY Dano_NZ
#804024
Molly wrote:I asked as I've just put mine up for sale to help cover the cost of a Flint I just bought. Can't say that I think the RV-6 is lacking at all. I just wanted the cool trem too. :-)


I probably would have got the Flint If I could afford it. Loverly pedal covers a lot of bases.
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BY KNNZ
#804028
noob question! how do you velcro or stick velcro on your RV6?
BY Dano_NZ
#804033
KNNZ wrote:noob question! how do you velcro or stick velcro on your RV6?


Cut the velcro to fit and then just a small piece at the bottom. I find the pedals don't move too much in the pedal train bags/cases when you put a bunch of leads on top. Too much velcro on the base rips the sticker off.

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BY Single coil
#804039
Bonus round: flip base plate around and velcro that, or rip the rubber thing off, put it somewhere safe (because serial number, often) and velcro that.
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BY KNNZ
#804041
Single coil wrote:Bonus round: flip base plate around and velcro that, or rip the rubber thing off, put it somewhere safe (because serial number, often) and velcro that.


i have the exact RV6 as well, I have tried to flip the base plate around, it doesn't work with the RV6, it works with other boss pedals, but the RV6 you literally cant flip it and screw it in unless you rip the rubber thing off, in which case, you wouldn't need to flip it :mental: but I didn't want to rip the rubber thing off for resale purposes, but i sorted it, cheers!!
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BY jeremyb
#804049
You can't flip the base on modern boss pedals, but you can buy replacement bases from the rockshop :)
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BY KNNZ
#804056
jeremyb wrote:You can't flip the base on modern boss pedals, but you can buy replacement bases from the rockshop :)


what!? if only i'd known! I bought the Pedalock off ebay to solve the problem but good to know! cheers JB