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  • Running two Dunlop Echoplex Preamps simultaneously

    I was wondering if anyone has run two Echoplex Preamps simultaneously?

    I really like the sound of my Echoplex Preamp but would like to add a little more beef to it by adding a second one. I've also been looking at TC Electronic Spark as an option to give me a different tone. The music store near me doesn't currently have either pedals in stock but has in the past and will likely get some in the near future.

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    Re: Running two Dunlop Echoplex Preamps simultaneously

    Originally posted by alex73013 View Post
    I was wondering if anyone has run two Echoplex Preamps simultaneously?

    I really like the sound of my Echoplex Preamp but would like to add a little more beef to it by adding a second one. I've also been looking at TC Electronic Spark as an option to give me a different tone. The music store near me doesn't currently have either pedals in stock but has in the past and will likely get some in the near future.
    I would always go with two different ODs than to stack two of the same.

    Taking mod/Delay out of the path, my drive train is:

    1) Silver Pony (Klone) - fairly clean but breaking up; into

    2) Fulltone OCD (dirty); into

    3) EP Booster - unity, just for shaping; into

    4) TC Spark Mini - clean boost

    5) Amp du jour front end

    Iíve had the EP at front end doing the same thing, but itís where it is now because itís in a loop with my El Capistan as a pseudo Exhoplex.

    Boosting with the EP Booster just gives more of what is already there, so thereís little reason to do that twice that the Spark canít achieve.


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      Re: Running two Dunlop Echoplex Preamps simultaneously

      Originally posted by VinceT View Post
      I would always go with two different ODs than to stack two of the same.
      +1. Better to stack different pedals, it will add harmonic complexity. I almost always derive my driven tone from stacked pedals.
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