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    It's a big happy family now. I got the extra power supply and it's quiet with everything off.

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    I don't want to alarm you, but it looks like someone messed up your guitar body and put the bridge pickup in crooked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarStv View Post
    I don't want to alarm you, but it looks like someone messed up your guitar body and put the bridge pickup in crooked.
    At least it is made to be played right handed
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarStv View Post
    I don't want to alarm you, but it looks like someone messed up your guitar body and put the bridge pickup in crooked.
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    Ya'll just pikers yo!


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    please turn them all on and hit an a chord

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    please turn them all on and hit an a chord
    They do about 2/3 of the way along. Made a sustained sound that I'd like to think is the background noise of the cosmos.

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    That's pretty awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlyFoxx View Post
    They do about 2/3 of the way along. Made a sustained sound that I'd like to think is the background noise of the cosmos.
    Happens at 19:30 if anyone's interested.
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    Lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlyFoxx View Post
    Ya'll just pikers yo!

    That was fun, he's posting more videos in the next couple of weeks where they actual tried to make combinations for the sake of tone. That should be interesting
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    Here's my current set of effects pedals on my Pedaltrain Mini:



    Right to left: KLIQ TinyTune > Neo-Classic 741 Overdrive > Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor > DOD BiFET Boost 410 > MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Mavronis View Post
    Here's my current set of effects pedals on my Pedaltrain Mini:



    Right to left: KLIQ TinyTune > Neo-Classic 741 Overdrive > Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor > DOD BiFET Boost 410 > MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay
    Guitarjr knows this pedal board will give me a chub.

    Organized, reliable, and practical.

    If it can't travel reliably and save huge time on setup -I don't see the point -unless it's a studio/home only board of course.

    So -Nice work Man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NegativeEase View Post
    Guitarjr knows this pedal board with give me a chub.

    Organized, reliable, and practical.

    If it can't travel reliably and save huge time on setup -I don't see the point -unless it's a studio/home only board of course.

    So -Nice work Man!
    Still waiting on you to rework my board!! Lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by NegativeEase View Post
    Organized, reliable, and practical. If it can't travel reliably and save huge time on setup -I don't see the point -unless it's a studio/home only board of course. So -Nice work Man!
    Thanks but I have a question: I'm sharing this between 2 home practice amps, the Blackstar HT-1R combo on clean channel and the VHT Special 6 Ultra combo which has an effects loop. I used to split the delay pedal into the effects loop and have the boost pedal last before the amp. But since I'm sharing this pedalboard with the other non-FX loop amp, the pedals are all in the same serial sequence path. Should the boost pedal be after the delay pedal before hitting the front of the amp(s) or boost pedal stay before the delay pedal? Here's a DigiTech demo and I think that's what I'm doing when he said last before delay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Mavronis View Post
    Thanks but I have a question: I'm sharing this between 2 home practice amps, the Blackstar HT-1R combo on clean channel and the VHT Special 6 Ultra combo which has an effects loop. I used to split the delay pedal into the effects loop and have the boost pedal last before the amp. But since I'm sharing this pedalboard with the other non-FX loop amp, the pedals are all in the same serial sequence path. Should the boost pedal be after the delay pedal before hitting the front of the amp(s) or boost pedal stay before the delay pedal? Here's a DigiTech demo and I think that's what I'm doing when he said last before delay.

    Depends on what your using the boost for. If it’s just a “everything louder” pedal, then I would go post-delay (for the longest time, I had a Spark Mini Booster last in chain to do this for solos).

    If you boost before the delay, the repeats can become significantly more noticeable, which you may or may not like.

    Try it both ways and see what works for you!


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    I'm digging that guitar!! I'd do that with a Hot Rails in a heartbeat. Hot Rails for strat is my new go-to pickup.

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    Been using various incarnations of this with a 535q off the board. Loving the stacked drive tones but I want to replace them with a Tumnus and something heavier.


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    Musician thinking - nice strat, looks like a 62, that Marshall JCM 800 sounds great, the lead guitarist could use a bit less treble

    Bar patron thinking - Wonder if these guys know "Free bird"?

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