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philipnz wrote: Sat Jan 14, 2023 9:29 pm Very simple at the moment
Now thats a working musicians board!!
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jeremyb wrote: Sat Jan 14, 2023 10:58 pm
philipnz wrote: Sat Jan 14, 2023 9:29 pm Very simple at the moment
Now thats a working musicians board!!
Yep, pared down to essentials for my gig. Set out for easy selection while not looking down (signal path guitar-ktr-p90-pn2-dd3-tuner-amp)

Mic mechanic where I can tap it between songs (or during sometimes)
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philipnz wrote: Sat Jan 14, 2023 9:29 pm Very simple at the moment
Looks like the dd3 has double duties as boot cleaner?

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Well finally got to pickup my board, psu and sd1

Still waiting for the rangemaster to arrive. So much space so I banged the nux on to fill it!

Quick question, anyone know where I can get some coax that george L plugs will fit onto? I have about 8 cables but need a couple of long ones...
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Bg wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 4:11 pm
so I banged the nux
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Two boards. One is more analogue in nature for the sweet office toanz, the other is my gigging board. They're both great, but for noodling around at home the Supro Trem, Topanga Reverb and Alter Ego on the analogue(ish) board is hard to beat. Oh, that klon ripoff is simply outstanding. Like my Blues Pro it is not going anywhere.
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I used to have one of those little Malekko choruses. Very luscious pedal.

What make is the Centaur clone, Grant?

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GrantB wrote: Tue Feb 07, 2023 7:58 pm Two boards. One is more analogue in nature for the sweet office toanz, the other is my gigging board. They're both great, but for noodling around at home the Supro Trem, Topanga Reverb and Alter Ego on the analogue(ish) board is hard to beat. Oh, that Elon ripoff is simply outstanding. Like my Blues Pro it is not going anywhere.
Is that the second Surf Rider you've owned? Pretty sure I sold my gold Surf Rider to you ages ago... or was it someone else? :think:

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JoeBlow wrote: Tue Feb 07, 2023 8:10 pm I used to have one of those little Malekko choruses. Very luscious pedal.

What make is the Centaur clone, Grant?
Yeah, I like every Malekko I've played.

It's one of the $100 ones off eBay. Came from China I think. I don't know if every one will sound this good...maybe. I sold my real Klon KTR (which I paid $156USD for new at a show in Arlington, btw). This is better to my ears.

I think others here have this one also...
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codedog wrote: Tue Feb 07, 2023 8:17 pm
GrantB wrote: Tue Feb 07, 2023 7:58 pm Two boards. One is more analogue in nature for the sweet office toanz, the other is my gigging board. They're both great, but for noodling around at home the Supro Trem, Topanga Reverb and Alter Ego on the analogue(ish) board is hard to beat. Oh, that Elon ripoff is simply outstanding. Like my Blues Pro it is not going anywhere.
Is that the second Surf Rider you've owned? Pretty sure I sold my gold Surf Rider to you ages ago... or was it someone else? :think:
Nope, not me. I like this one for live due to the boost switch.
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The board I bought from Jeremy last week.

Just the right size. Cheers mate!
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crowbgood1 wrote: Sun Feb 12, 2023 3:05 pm The board I bought from Jeremy last week.

Just the right size. Cheers mate!IMG_20230212_160053_HDR~2.jpg
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crowbgood1 wrote: Sun Feb 12, 2023 3:05 pm The board I bought from Jeremy last week.

Just the right size. Cheers mate!IMG_20230212_160053_HDR~2.jpg
I could totally gig that.
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GrantB wrote: Tue Feb 07, 2023 7:58 pm Two boards. One is more analogue in nature for the sweet office toanz, the other is my gigging board. They're both great, but for noodling around at home the Supro Trem, Topanga Reverb and Alter Ego on the analogue(ish) board is hard to beat. Oh, that klon ripoff is simply outstanding. Like my Blues Pro it is not going anywhere.
Is it an invisible topanga? Or just hiding under the riser? Or am I blind?

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bender wrote: Mon Feb 13, 2023 8:16 am
GrantB wrote: Tue Feb 07, 2023 7:58 pm Two boards. One is more analogue in nature for the sweet office toanz, the other is my gigging board. They're both great, but for noodling around at home the Supro Trem, Topanga Reverb and Alter Ego on the analogue(ish) board is hard to beat. Oh, that klon ripoff is simply outstanding. Like my Blues Pro it is not going anywhere.
Is it an invisible topanga? Or just hiding under the riser? Or am I blind?
Under the riser
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