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H671 wrote:
Philip_J_Fry wrote: Delay is a Danelectro 'Reel Echo' which is a modern digital delay with a Lo Fi setting that sounds like an old Tape Echo, in fact it sounds like my old Watkins Copy Cat did.
Dibs on the Reel Echo.
Still available on FleaBay foe a reasonable cost....
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Not an actual pedalboard, but since I have the treadle family lined up for experimentation I snuck a snap. The interwebs claim the old JH Rotovibe is better the JD version.. time to see.
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chur wrote:Not an actual pedalboard, but since I have the treadle family lined up for experimentation I snuck a snap. The interwebs claim the old JH Rotovibe is better the JD version.. time to see.
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You know this already, but have a play with the internal trim pot. That's where the magic is :-)
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my pedal board consist nothing more than a GT1000 now ...

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Is it still a pedalboard when it's only got a computer on it?

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We started tracking the new album a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been feeling like changing up my gain stage sounds a bit. Not something I do very often, but I’ve been looking at some options. I like about three pedals typically that give me light OD, heavier OD and a boost, and will often throw in a fuzz (as evidenced on my board) to give me a point of difference from the OD, and some interesting stacking combinations. Really enjoying the three pedals on the right which I might end up swapping to :thumbup: Might try and find another fuzz too.
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Sexy Hotcake!

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robthemac wrote:Sexy Hotcake!
Ha! It’s not looking too bad for it’s age it must be said :D

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robthemac wrote:Sexy Hotcake!
That's my stripper name!
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hamo wrote:
robthemac wrote:Sexy Hotcake!
That's my stripper name!
I thought you were Hamo no Shamo?

That's only because Hamo Feely Act was not PC
They keep telling me tone is in the fingers, but I have yet to see a "look at my fingers" thread.
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hamo wrote:
robthemac wrote:Sexy Hotcake!
That's my stripper name!

Better than Big Muff, I guess.

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Tweaked the acoustic pedalboard and managed to crap it all on in one layer, much easier to fit in the case now. Feat pedalboard tape from Mark at guitarshed - I'm never using velcro again, pedalboard tape is a thousand times better.

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rickenbackerkid wrote:Tweaked the acoustic pedalboard and managed to crap it all on in one layer, much easier to fit in the case now. Feat pedalboard tape from Mark at guitarshed - I'm never using velcro again, pedalboard tape is a thousand times better.

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Good stuff man! Ha, yeah there’s no going back after using huh. I suspect I’d like those PZ Pre’s... :think:

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