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foal30 wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 2:30 pm BFB2B654-8904-4083-B0C0-E4F1193B75AC.jpeg

Ordered some more patch cables from Jin. F***ed if I can find what I thought I had😂😂😂

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I like how increasingly boutique your board is getting.
Would love to know what you think about the Ashdown octave, and how you're getting on with the Beta
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murky wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 12:20 pm
MikeC wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 8:33 am Good to see a mids push on that Boss EQ! Are they very hissy?
Yes, but it’s only noticeable if running higher gain, or cranked/attenuated. Typically occurs when moving a slider away from the mid notch - even if lowering the slider.

I’ve been down the mod rabbit hole - including the Dexter quiet mod. The hiss can be improved, but it’s still there.

The EQ-200 however is dead quiet! Surprisingly so actually. Similar footprint too - especially when you factor space for the side jacks.
Good info, thanks. The Boss EQ-200 is much dearer but I'd go for that to avoid the hiss.

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Delayman wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 8:28 am

That’s high praise coming from you. Your clips I’ve seen on Facebook have great tone!
Thank you :)

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MikeC wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 4:34 pm
murky wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 12:20 pm
MikeC wrote: Fri Jun 17, 2022 8:33 am Good to see a mids push on that Boss EQ! Are they very hissy?
Yes, but it’s only noticeable if running higher gain, or cranked/attenuated. Typically occurs when moving a slider away from the mid notch - even if lowering the slider.

I’ve been down the mod rabbit hole - including the Dexter quiet mod. The hiss can be improved, but it’s still there.

The EQ-200 however is dead quiet! Surprisingly so actually. Similar footprint too - especially when you factor space for the side jacks.
Good info, thanks. The Boss EQ-200 is much dearer but I'd go for that to avoid the hiss.
I think it depends on what kinda stuff you like to play and how you play it. The noise can be noticeable when playing higher gain stuff, but from my experience I don't hear much (or usually any) added noise when playing higher gain stuff while using the ge7. When i first got it i found it to be noisier with more gain, but then i pushed the level slider to max and certain freqs pretty high up. After I played around with the settings of the ge7 for a while, combined with the other pedal's and amp settings I was able to dial in what i was after with no real extra noise/hiss.

I had a little play around earlier today using my slightly mid-boosted ge7 settings while engaging the ts9 and then the big muff, and I didn't have any compromising extra noise. Note that I usually play on my amp's clean channel as i've always used pedals to largely shape my tone. I then turned on my amp's dirty channel while leaving all the pedal settings as they were, and there was quite a bit of noise, particularly with the tubescreamer. To be fair to the ge7 though that was a lot of farking gain :lol:

To summarise, i'm sure there are less noisy eqs around, and the noise of the ge7 is dependant on your application.

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I think you've hit the nail on the head!

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Latest board iteration. Just need to wire the fucker up.
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Nice Rob! How do you like the Dual Fusion?

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Jops wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:11 pm Nice Rob! How do you like the Dual Fusion?
The best low-gain OD for use with a Strat and a clean amp that I've heard.

And unusable with humbuckers :lol:

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My new pedalboard.
I don't expect to change this unless I came across a Fairfield Circuitry compressor or an interesting fuzz mini pedal. :)
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Pedal chain: Korg Tuner -> Compressor Mini -> Tumnus -> Clusterfuzz -> Phase 95 -> Analog Delay -> Ditto.
I usually have compressor, tumnus and delay always on.

Pedalboard: Rockboard Duo 2.1
Powersupply: 1 Spot Pro CS 6
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ALTOIDS wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:31 pm My new pedalboard.
I don't expect to change this unless I came across a Fairfield Circuitry compressor or an interesting fuzz mini pedal. :)

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Pedal chain: Korg Tuner -> Compressor Mini -> Tumnus -> Clusterfuzz -> Phase 95 -> Analog Delay -> Ditto.
I usually have compressor, tumnus and delay always on.

Pedalboard: Rockboard Duo 2.1
Powersupply: 1 Spot Pro CS 6
Nice compact board👍
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robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:04 pm Latest board iteration. Just need to wire the fucker up.
Dont forget to do a restore to defaults before you use the ES5. :lol:

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robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:04 pm Latest board iteration. Just need to wire the fucker up.
I'm guessing the ES5 does midi as well? That'll be a game changer for the Volante...

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Candeevr4 wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 2:33 pm
robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:04 pm Latest board iteration. Just need to wire the fucker up.
Dont forget to do a restore to defaults before you use the ES5. :lol:
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IMOCD wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 2:33 pm
robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:04 pm Latest board iteration. Just need to wire the fucker up.
I'm guessing the ES5 does midi as well? That'll be a game changer for the Volante...
Yep! I'm not a MIDI user though. Still nice to have for the future.

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IMOCD wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 2:33 pm
robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:04 pm Latest board iteration. Just need to wire the fucker up.
I'm guessing the ES5 does midi as well? That'll be a game changer for the Volante...
It does Midi, most people with ES/8's run their midi pedals outside the loops and control them with midi.

I used to control my Katana with it!

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