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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacew View Post
    But isn't that the v1 version you just put last in your chain? Not G-string.

    I had the Decimator 2 which is basically same, but also has link for second gate. It cut my notes short quicker than reduced any noise.
    The post you originally responded to up above is the V1. You can put that last in your chain to cut signal noise in front of the amp or in he loop to cut amp preamp noise.
    I only referenced the G/String version because it can do both.
    Sorry about the confusion. I should have clarified

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    From my old band's 35th reunion gig on Saturday, showing my current pedal complement and the required bright red stompbox actuation footwear.

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    My grade school friend Rudy is a pro photographer who was shooting the show just for fun. I'm not sure why he felt the need to take a picture of my pedalboard, but there it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck
    No I think James and Dave have that covered. You are obviously rocking way to hard.
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    Is that the Dunlop Volume X Mini on the far right? I've been looking into that one, how do you like it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coma View Post
    Is that the Dunlop Volume X Mini on the far right? I've been looking into that one, how do you like it?
    Yep. Works really well, but there was a bit of a learning curve coming from an Ernie Ball. Once I got used to it, I really like it.
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    No I think James and Dave have that covered. You are obviously rocking way to hard.
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    Does this count? xD
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    I am demoing it with my new soundcard, a bit harsh in the highs but otherwise sounds great. Has many options in the higher tiers, but I don't like the idea of buying expansion packs...

    Would love to gear up, maybe go Zoom G1X Four or Boss GT1, then save up for a small handmade valve amp, and start getting a few pedals(Overdrive, Delay and Reverb are priority).
    Or just go full digital, I like the ease of changing patches and portability. Also I am a weakling
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    Quote Originally Posted by NegativeEase View Post
    Love the OC-2 but it you ever want to do the same effect with multiple notes/chords -not single note runs like the OC2 excels at -try a Boss Super Shifter or EHX Pitch Fork.
    do you really think the super shifter or pitch fork sound like the oc2? i use it as much for the synthy quality as the octave

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    do you really think the super shifter or pitch fork sound like the oc2? i use it as much for the synthy quality as the octave
    Aboslutely, you can dial in either to sound pretty much exactly like an OC2.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    Love the OC-2 but it you ever want to do the same effect with multiple notes/chords -not single note runs like the OC2 excels at -try a Boss Super Shifter or EHX Pitch Fork.

    do you really think the super shifter or pitch fork sound like the oc2? i use it as much for the synthy quality as the octave
    For purely octave effects I'd pick EHX POG. It's simpler and has wide range for up/down octaves or blend tones.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    That OC-2 one octave down is a unique sound.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    the oc3 i tried was trash compared to the oc2 even if it tracked much better. the oc2 octave effect tracks ok, but not great, what i love about it is the synthy tonal quality and i havent heard anything that does it as well. im 101% willing to live with the less accurate tracking to have that tone. ill try a super shifter and pitch fork but i dont have faith theyll do me right

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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    I've been thinking about getting the Wampler Tumnus. Any opinions?
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    the oc3 i tried was trash compared to the oc2 even if it tracked much better. the oc2 octave effect tracks ok, but not great, what i love about it is the synthy tonal quality and i havent heard anything that does it as well. im 101% willing to live with the less accurate tracking to have that tone. ill try a super shifter and pitch fork but i dont have faith theyll do me right
    i was the opposite -I needed perfect tracking so that I wasn't switching on and off during songs all the time when a chord or even an arpeggio with sustain was performed didn't crap it out.
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    Downsized, tremendously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbake View Post
    I've been thinking about getting the Wampler Tumnus. Any opinions?
    Yes, get it!
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    No I think James and Dave have that covered. You are obviously rocking way to hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbake View Post
    I've been thinking about getting the Wampler Tumnus. Any opinions?
    If you already have a Klon-type circuit then no (unless you need more space on your board - in which case yes)

    If not, then definitely give it a try.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VinceT View Post
    If you already have a Klon-type circuit then no (unless you need more space on your board - in which case yes)

    If not, then definitely give it a try.


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    Trying something different for rehearsal tonight.

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    This is what I'm using! The first one is my electric rig, the second one my acoustic rig. I'm happy with my electric rig at the moment and could purchase something in the future if needed to play songs from my debut solo album. The acoustic rig is another story. I have been considering purchasing the Tech 21 Acoustic Fly Rig, but I don't know if it's really worth it. May need to sell the MXR Micro Amp Plus there. I use it to boost my solos and have a higher volume for my percussive guitar/drum loops. I tried the Acoustic Fly Rig in Guitars Boutique store and it had certain pros I liked like giving more power to the signal, the EQ, chorus, boost and a compressor (that's really another boost). Can you offer me a Plan B or should I go for the Acoustic Fly Rig?
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    This is what I'm using! The first one is my electric rig, the second one my acoustic rig. I'm happy with my electric rig at the moment and could purchase something in the future if needed to play songs from my debut solo album. The acoustic rig is another story. I have been considering purchasing the Tech 21 Acoustic Fly Rig, but I don't know if it's really worth it. May need to sell the MXR Micro Amp Plus there. I use it to boost my solos and have a higher volume for my percussive guitar/drum loops. I tried the Acoustic Fly Rig in Guitars Boutique store and it had certain pros I liked like giving more power to the signal, the EQ, chorus, boost and a compressor (that's really another boost). Can you offer me a Plan B or should I go for the Acoustic Fly Rig?
    I've been trying to find an all in one for my acoustic board and the best I've seen is the T Rex Acoustic Soulmate. It ticks off every box and each bit is top notch

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