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the baby boom is a really great reverb :)
you JUST KNOW some Tory wanker has thought of this idea already. Probably getting the inspiration whilst fucking a dead pig.

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Bg wrote:the baby boom is a really great reverb :)
Yes! It is. For the money you pay it’s a very good deal.
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My board:

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Conway's board:

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What's the difference between the white and the black Pomeroy's, or are they exactly the same apart from the colour?
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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:My board:

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Conway's board:

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What's the difference between the white and the black Pomeroy's, or are they exactly the same apart from the colour?
Just the colour.
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Small board was too crowded. Now that it's cold enough to wear shoes, I was kicking 2 pedals on at the same time. Spread them out on the big board and made up another one suited to a birthday party/jam coming up in a couple of weeks.

Have to say Timmy + Archer is a very tasty combination.

Does the Grand Canyon tickle anybody's GAS bone? It's great but doesn't fit the Slowy, 'Twist'n'Stomp' operating criteria.
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Slowy wrote:Small board was too crowded. Now that it's cold enough to wear shoes, I was kicking 2 pedals on at the same time. Spread them out on the big board and made up another one suited to a birthday party/jam coming up in a couple of weeks.

Have to say Timmy + Archer is a very tasty combination.

Does the Grand Canyon tickle anybody's GAS bone? It's great but doesn't fit the Slowy, 'Twist'n'Stomp' operating criteria.
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Timmy is such a great pedal. Great for stacking. TS-9 > Timmy also sounds amazing.
Wish I'd never sold mine (especially when I see the prices they go for now on Reverb). :roll:
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Miza wrote: TS-9 > Timmy also sounds amazing.
Wish I'd never sold mine (especially when I see the prices they go for now on Reverb). :roll:
Holy shit! Bought mine new; cost $140. :crazy:
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Well this took about two hours to wire up, but worth every minute.

I almost exclusively play electric guitar over backing tracks these days. With a baby on the way and probably having to downsize our whare, I've gone for a compact all-in-one modelling setup. The Iridium arrived Friday and I got a chance to have a play with it today. Set it up with boost, tremolo and drive before it, delay, reverb and loop after it. Only played on the Fender setting so far, but first impressions are that it is every bit as good as the reviews suggest. Very possibly sell-all-my-real-amps good. Will give it a few weeks to decide though.

Downsides? The EchoRec setting on my delay now has a weird metallic edge. I'll need to get build some custom patch cables to tidy things up. Had to buy it from the USA because they have been so hard to get. That's about it so far.

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Wow... a mixer on a pedalboard. Can't say I've seen that before! Is that powered by the same unit as the rest of the board?

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Wow... a mixer on a pedalboard. Can't say I've seen that before! Is that powered by the same unit as the rest of the board?
Unfortunately not at the moment. It is 9V 500mA, but what looks like a proprietary jack. Might be possible.

I spent a long time trying to work out how I could have the Iridium running into a loop pedal and retaining the ability to play over backing tracks, all through headphones. There were a couple of custom-built pedal options, but a mixer seemed to be the sensible solution. Also handy for the (very occasional) gig that I do.

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My updated mini(ish) pedal board
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TS Mini -> 850 Fuzz -> Trike Fuzz -> Vox Wah -> Mosky Spring Reverb -> Ditto

I want to replace the Wah & Trike fuzz with mini pedals but still looking for good alternatives.
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Timmy is such a great pedal. Great for stacking. TS-9 > Timmy also sounds amazing.
Wish I'd never sold mine (especially when I see the prices they go for now on Reverb). :roll:
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:crazy: . Rightly so too. I bought mine a few years ago now (from Troy, I believe) and its been the one constant on my board, love it to bits. Currently stacking with a box of rock and baltic blue fuzz (ex conway), but sadly, just in the last week or so its developed a nasty noise and I'm wondering if its linked to a pot that has lost all its resistance when you turn it. Hmmm.....

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Added a DM-2W to the board. Will probably call it a day for a bit until a Grand Orbiter comes up somewhere... Image
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ALTOIDS wrote:
Fri Jul 10, 2020 2:26 pm
My updated mini(ish) pedal board
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TS Mini -> 850 Fuzz -> Trike Fuzz -> Vox Wah -> Mosky Spring Reverb -> Ditto

I want to replace the Wah & Trike fuzz with mini pedals but still looking for good alternatives.
Mini cry baby wah are excellent pedals...I think mine sounds better than my full size one, for whatever reason.
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