Gear Aquisition Syndrome is a serious disorder.... FX etc

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#781996
SimonHirst wrote:
bbrunskill wrote:Picked up a One Control Gecko MIDI controller. Not as cool as I was hoping but should do the trick for some simple MIDI switching.


Nice! There stuff looks great. I've been looking at potentially getting their Crocodile Tail loop switcher later in the year. I'd love to get my pedalboard, which is great, even smaller. Potentially thinking a two tier like the back row of my current one, but single pedal depth. H9 for all the Mod sounds. Got it drawn up, measured and should work perfectly. Just have to get 40 million Spotify streams to pay for the $1000 controller, ha!
I might pick your brain on the midi side of things sometime if that's ok Ben?

You could have a look at the Boss ES-5 or 8. I run an ES-5 as a switcher and have one bank page set as midi control buttons for my H9 - buttons: 1 preset up, 2 present down, 3 on/off, 4 hotswitch, 5 tap tempo and mute button for tuner. Works well.
#782294
Molly wrote:Bought back my Wildwood '61 Strat (for the third time...).

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Arrived on time. F'k me, Fastway. Wonders will never cease.

Have painted the door frame that's needed doing for a while, put some sealant in a crack that's needed filling for some time, put out / brought in the washing, and just broke my sugar-free thing with jam on toast. I now feel ready and able to waste away the afternoon idly noodlin'.

If you want me, I'm in the garage. :thumbup:
#782300
Here I am wondering whether any time in the future will I have a lunch break where I sit down and eat, uninterrupted, for more than 7.2 minutes.
#782303
Molly wrote:
Molly wrote:Bought back my Wildwood '61 Strat (for the third time...).

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Arrived on time. F'k me, Fastway. Wonders will never cease.

Have painted the door frame that's needed doing for a while, put some sealant in a crack that's needed filling for some time, put out / brought in the washing, and just broke my sugar-free thing with jam on toast. I now feel ready and able to waste away the afternoon idly noodlin'.

If you want me, I'm in the garage. :thumbup:


sounds good, I've just had the boner cranked for the first time in quite awhile, my team of columbian ladies are here doing their bits around the house, they love to listen to rock music while they work :) I'm happy to oblige :)
#782304
Bg wrote:
Molly wrote:
Molly wrote:Bought back my Wildwood '61 Strat (for the third time...).

Image


Arrived on time. F'k me, Fastway. Wonders will never cease.

Have painted the door frame that's needed doing for a while, put some sealant in a crack that's needed filling for some time, put out / brought in the washing, and just broke my sugar-free thing with jam on toast. I now feel ready and able to waste away the afternoon idly noodlin'.

If you want me, I'm in the garage. :thumbup:


sounds good, I've just had the boner cranked for the first time in quite awhile, my team of columbian ladies are here doing their bits around the house, they love to listen to rock music while they work :) I'm happy to oblige :)


meanwhile in JB's house....
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#782526
k1w1 wrote:I have this DeArmond acoustic pickup from the '60s incoming, friend in California fit the strap jack, tested all working great.

ImageLaurie_pickup by Laurie Franks, on Flickr


Anybody sees this for sale on Trademe etc, can you let me know. Bloody courier delivered it last Thursday afternoon on the driveway in full view 3 metres from the footpath and it was nicked. NZ Post ... not our problem it was delivered ... pricks :evil:
#782527
k1w1 wrote:
k1w1 wrote:I have this DeArmond acoustic pickup from the '60s incoming, friend in California fit the strap jack, tested all working great.

ImageLaurie_pickup by Laurie Franks, on Flickr


Anybody sees this for sale on Trademe etc, can you let me know. Bloody courier delivered it last Thursday afternoon on the driveway in full view 3 metres from the footpath and it was nicked. NZ Post ... not our problem it was delivered ... pricks :evil:


Wankers!!! thieves will have no clue what it is.
#782530
GrantB wrote:Here I am wondering whether any time in the future will I have a lunch break where I sit down and eat, uninterrupted, for more than 7.2 minutes.


You have children I take it? I'm lucky if I can finish a sentence without the kids asking for something.
#782545
Slowy wrote:
GrantB wrote:Here I am wondering whether any time in the future will I have a lunch break where I sit down and eat, uninterrupted, for more than 7.2 minutes.

Nah. It would just make you fat.

i’m pretty sure breathing is doing that right now.
#782556
Isn’t that giving you cancer?
I heard sleeping is real bad for you too.


:lol:
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