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BY JHorner
#773282
chur wrote:Thanks to Molly for the PT Pro, I now have a pretty solid board. The switcher is a little glowy at night, so might have to add some bigger resistors to the blue LED's to calm them down, but they aren't like lasers in your eyes at least.

Spent an hour today chasing a horrible hum, ended up being the Wah, which due to me removing the rubber feet to aid with sticking the unit down, leaving only the bare screws on the base, has scratched through the PT black to the chassis, and was causing some weird ground loop with the power supply unit. Sorted now though with a bit of tape.

I had visions of the underneath wiring being a piece of art... yer that didn't happen. Dunno how people have the patience.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/wYNnbXRThikUHnsb2

https://photos.app.goo.gl/TwEUg4k5sszptgRL2

btw, I'm not left handed, but I find the Wah etc on the left so much more natural.


What are the stubby straight plugs going into the switcher and where did you get them?
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BY chur
#773290
JHorner wrote:
chur wrote:Thanks to Molly for the PT Pro, I now have a pretty solid board. The switcher is a little glowy at night, so might have to add some bigger resistors to the blue LED's to calm them down, but they aren't like lasers in your eyes at least.

Spent an hour today chasing a horrible hum, ended up being the Wah, which due to me removing the rubber feet to aid with sticking the unit down, leaving only the bare screws on the base, has scratched through the PT black to the chassis, and was causing some weird ground loop with the power supply unit. Sorted now though with a bit of tape.

I had visions of the underneath wiring being a piece of art... yer that didn't happen. Dunno how people have the patience.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/wYNnbXRThikUHnsb2

https://photos.app.goo.gl/TwEUg4k5sszptgRL2

btw, I'm not left handed, but I find the Wah etc on the left so much more natural.


What are the stubby straight plugs going into the switcher and where did you get them?


Just normal mono quarter inch plugs with that spring support piece removed. Nothing special, just jaycar units from memory.
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BY Single coil
#773331
I feel like a right gimp trying to wah or press pedals with my left foot.
Maybe cuz it’s my clutch foot?
It’d be handy to have two right feet in this instance lol.

Ooh reminds me, I’ve got a wah volume I’m borrowing off a bloke I know just sitting on a shelf.
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BY chur
#773338
Single coil wrote:I feel like a right gimp trying to wah or press pedals with my left foot.
Maybe cuz it’s my clutch foot?
It’d be handy to have two right feet in this instance lol.

Ooh reminds me, I’ve got a wah volume I’m borrowing off a bloke I know just sitting on a shelf.


Weird huh, I'm right handed, but for some reason using my left foot I felt more in control for wah while playing standing. I have a shitty back, so I generally always practice standing.
I thought it might have been because my guitar body is resting on my right hip upper leg but who knows..just a bit of a pain when the first pedal in a chain needs to be far left.
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BY Single coil
#773340
You could get around that with a small box bypass looper thing.

I have a shit back too. I should play standing more lol.
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BY telefiend
#774432
Little afternoon project. Hacked apart an old suitcase and voila!

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Never been a big pedal guy, but I've got more than usual now, so needed a place for them. Have a trem I'll probably chuck on there too. And plenty of space for the Big Muff when it comes back from being modded by Tony :thumbup: Little Dino pedal is covering fuzz in the meantime, though it doesn't work with the power supply. I have no idea what it is, but it's a velcro ripping sounding thing. Lee from Lightning Wave gave it to me years ago and he doesn't recall its origin either.
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BY jeremyb
#782044
If you're not in a worship band I'd be concerned!
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BY sirvill
#782056
chur wrote:Thanks to Molly for the PT Pro, I now have a pretty solid board. The switcher is a little glowy at night, so might have to add some bigger resistors to the blue LED's to calm them down, but they aren't like lasers in your eyes at least.

Spent an hour today chasing a horrible hum, ended up being the Wah, which due to me removing the rubber feet to aid with sticking the unit down, leaving only the bare screws on the base, has scratched through the PT black to the chassis, and was causing some weird ground loop with the power supply unit. Sorted now though with a bit of tape.

I had visions of the underneath wiring being a piece of art... yer that didn't happen. Dunno how people have the patience.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/wYNnbXRThikUHnsb2

https://photos.app.goo.gl/TwEUg4k5sszptgRL2

btw, I'm not left handed, but I find the Wah etc on the left so much more natural.


Tidy!!

Easier than adding a resistor is just put some of that christmas present sticky tape over teh LEDs, that calms them down.
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BY Jake
#785105
Just finished wiring up the latest iteration!

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Signal chain:
Input->Tuner->Volume Pedal->Octron->Cusack Screamer->Sassy OCD Clone->ABY Box
Then from the ABY, one goes Flashback->HOF2->Loop station input 1->Guitar Amp
The other goes straight to Loop station input 2-> Bass amp

This is what I use for my solo looping thing (loop pedal MIDI syncs to drum machine). Loving the addition of the ABY pedal for keeping the bass lines through the seperate amp, or just going mental with distorted dual amp octave craziness
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BY Single coil
#785131
All I took from that was the sassy pedal



You fucken druggo.
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BY Single coil
#785161
I wanted a mike nolan delay but I cheaped out
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BY Jake
#785169
Peper's Pedals (who made the Sassy one) could whip you one up pretty cheap, he made a Mike Nolan bass overdrive so could just use the same image and layout. Great guy too, bloody reasonable rates. He also made the pink ABY switcher on my board
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