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    jimijames
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

  • jimijames
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    Re: New Pedaltrain Day!

    If you're considering a buffer make sure to look at (1) ep-style boost/buffers and (2) split rail op-amp boost/buffers.

    I've used both and seriously they are magic. Just different flavors though

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  • BloodRose
    Professional Scapegoat

  • BloodRose
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    Originally posted by Grindspine View Post
    The Crybaby mini is great! The sweep feels pretty good, though I usually take my foot away once I find a sweet spot and leave it as a fixed filter. I used to use a Q-zone pedal as a fixed wah, this one has a better range of tonal responses though; the mini has a three position switch inside for high 60's style wah, classic Crybaby, or low/vocal wah. The low vocal mode works really well for a low-mid filter for high gain sounds. There is an automatic 17 db (or thereabouts) boost as soon as the pedal is engaged, so there is no loss of volume.

    Overall, I like it. It certainly doesn't hurt that it is like half the size and weight of a traditional wah casing.
    Good info! Was wondering how the Minis were myself. I had NO idea they had the switch for the diff voicing ...

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  • stevie_bees
    Cat In The Hatministrator

  • stevie_bees
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    I'd stick on a delay and be done! Until the next must have pedal appears...


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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  • Grindspine
    Toneologist

  • Grindspine
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    Re: New Pedaltrain Day!

    The Crybaby mini is great! The sweep feels pretty good, though I usually take my foot away once I find a sweet spot and leave it as a fixed filter. I used to use a Q-zone pedal as a fixed wah, this one has a better range of tonal responses though; the mini has a three position switch inside for high 60's style wah, classic Crybaby, or low/vocal wah. The low vocal mode works really well for a low-mid filter for high gain sounds. There is an automatic 17 db (or thereabouts) boost as soon as the pedal is engaged, so there is no loss of volume.

    Overall, I like it. It certainly doesn't hurt that it is like half the size and weight of a traditional wah casing.

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  • d1dsj
    Cornographer

  • d1dsj
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    Very cool, the Volto is a great bit of kit too.

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  • TwilightOdyssey
    Darkness on the edge of Tone

  • TwilightOdyssey
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    That looks really nice! Congrats. Instead of cramming them together, why not just spread them out?

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  • Nostalgic Distortion
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

  • Nostalgic Distortion
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    Simple & sweet, very nice! I'm pretty sure mine would eat yours???

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  • PFDarkside
    of the Forum

  • PFDarkside
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    Cool! Needs a fuzz along with the echo puss.

    How is the mini crybaby?

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  • Aceman
    less mild old man perv

  • Aceman
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    Tasty little board!

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  • Grindspine
    Toneologist

  • Grindspine
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    New Pedaltrain Day!



    Dunlop Crybaby mini, Seymour Duncan 805 Overdrive, and Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe looking so profesh on a Pedaltrain Metro powered by a Pedaltrain Volto!



    The Volto is really easy to work with for clean power supply wiring!



    The only problems are that I still have room for another pedal and the consideration to buffer or not to buffer! I am strongly considering an MXR/CAE 406 buffer and a Way Huge Echo Puss delay to complete the project!
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