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Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by OttoG, May 14, 2019.
I’ve been wanting a dispatch master for some time.
How do you like the expression pedal for the unicorn vibe?
Top shelf left is where the 'magic' happens. My apologies for being over-enthusiastic, every time I hit that switch it moves me.
The Phase 90 is from the mid 70’s. Paid five bucks for it used.
EB VPJr 25kOhm
Demeter Opto Compulator
BK Butler Tube Driver (5-knob, 12AU7 loaded)
BK Butler Tube Driver (4-knob, 12AU7 loaded)
Boss OD-1 (Analogman modded with a vintage chip)
CGG Jekeko Wah
Strymon el Capistan
TRex Twister 2
Keeley Dark Side
Demeter VTDB-2b (12AU7 loaded)
TC Hypergravity Compressor
Ibanez TS 808 reissue
Tone City Dry Martini
Thinking about getting rid of the Rotovibe though, I don't really use it.
Big Board: Empress Buffer - EB volume- Ross comp clone - Klon clone - Japanese CE2 - Boss Phaser - Ibanez Mini delay - MXR EchoPlex- EH Holy Grail - Boss Trem - Xotic Boost...all under Loop Master control
Small Board: Keeley Comp Plus - Boss BD2 - Ibanez Mini chorus - MXR Carbon Copy - Boss dd7 - Joyo Ironman Reverb - Joyo. Ironman Trem
Setting unused: MXR Phase 90, Vox 810, Voodoo 2 knob Trem- Ibanez UE305 - MXR Dynacomp - Ibanez UE405 - VISUAL sound Rt66 (original issue) - CryBaby Wah - Boss FV50L - Morley Phase Pedal (impossibly rare, new condition)
I recently got a King Of Tone. This was how my board used to look, it's smaller now.
My pedalboard has a built-in hyperdrive...
Your board has everything on it and a flux capacitor hidden under it... that's what's emitting the light, isn't it?
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I actually don’t use an expression pedal for the unicorn. The white/chrome pedal next to it is actually an Xotic Wah. I used to rock the old expression pedal with my Dunlop UV-1 Univibe, but with the tap tempo built into the Unicorn I find i don’t need it!
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I've always wanted to try one of those Boss acoustic simulators. How do you rate them?
Imagine if Marty had asked Doc to build him a pedalboard...
Lots of people poo-poo them, but I make mine work pretty well - it only sounds good (at least to me,) in "Jumbo" mode, and even then it kind of sounds like an acoustic with a piezo, but it still sounds acoustic enough to fool people in the audience (it's actually kind of fun watching the reaction of people trying to figure out where the "acoustic" guitarist is.)
Putting an EP Booster after also helped fill out the sound - I run an A/B/Y so that I run the electric rig, the "acoustic" rig straight to the board, or both together.
I have a secret pedal that makes you sound like B.B. King
You don’t even need his technique !
Well I think that speaks for itself! I'll definitely have to pick one up and try it out
I have a friend that uses the Boss Acoulstic simulator in conjunction with the Piezo saddle p'ups and he sounds fantastic when he plays.
The trick is to go in with realistic expectations - will it make a Squier sound like a Louden or vintage Martin? Uh... no.
Will it make a tone passable enough to trick your average, non-acoustic guitar connoisseur in an audience? Yeah, pretty much.