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    Tuner position in signal chain

    I place mine at the end. I primarily play at church or conference settings & like that I can kill the whole board if need be. I’ve had a few times where randomly something will cause a horrible buzz/noise & we don’t always have our amps close by; it’s nice to be able to kill the board so that...
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    Mini/Small tuner WITH power out??

    I use the PolyTune Mini & love the small footprint but recently added a new pedal & need power for it. With my power supply being maxed out this got me thinking about switching back to the full-size polytune due to its power out feature. I’d prefer to stick with a smaller form factor but can’t...
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    Fulldrive 1

    https://www.fulltone.com/products/2b Done
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    Spitty, chocked decay fuzz

    Looking to add a fuzz to my board but I don’t want a “typical” fuzz. I’ve owned muffs & fuzz faces & tone benders I love them but I’m wanting something that’s more of an “effect”. I’d like something that’s not too thick & that has that gated, chocked our spitting as it decays sound. I’ve had...
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    Lets see those worship boards

    Yes. The Big Reverb TI has trails & an almost infinite sustain which is accessed by holding down the foot switch. I owned the original version & absolutely LOVED its tone but sold it because it was true bypass & just cut the verb off when it was switched off. It’s not a subtle reverb (as the...
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    Lets see those worship boards

    Loving the new setup
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    Random internet people, talk me down from this EQD Avalanche Run GAS.

    I’ve got one (well the V2). I lead worship. It’s amazing. Buy it. Honestly tho, the magic of this pedal is the way the delay & verb work together. Either on their own aren’t really all that mind blowing. My ONLY complaint is that it doesn’t have the ability to save presets.
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    Any interest in the new Line 6 Helix HX Effects multi-effect pedalboard?

    After years of playing with pedals & trying different multi effects I’ve come to realize I’m not much for them...or even pedals with presets for that matter. I just prefer to see my settings & adjust on the fly as needed. That being said.....if I was starting right now from scratch I may buy...
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    Pedal Power Question?

    You could always buy a regular OneSpot w/ the daisy chain & see if it works well for you. They around $30 if memory serves & always good to have around. If it doesn’t work well enough you’ll at least have a backup
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    Pedal Power Question?

    I’m 99.999% sure you could daisy all of those with a regular OneSpot & be good to go. What are you needing to run at 18volts?? If you NEED 18volts for something I’d suggest the new(ish) OneSpot Pro CS-6. It’s designed to fit UNDER these flat pedaltrain boards. Has truly isolated power, 9, 12 &...
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    Strymon Ojai....Thoughts?

    I moved over from a VL PP2+ to the Truetone CS7. Needed more mA than the PP2+ could provide. VL was the champ but has fallen behind when it comes to the current current needs (LOL see what I did there?!) In the video I posted from Truetone he mentions that the true current is actually higher...
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    Strymon Ojai....Thoughts?

    The video is a bit long but he covers what makes the onespot pros unique
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    Strymon Ojai....Thoughts?

    One of the “hidden features” of the onespot pro is that even though some of the outputs are labeled 200ma they can actually put out a lot more current. I’m powering a Nova delay at 12volts off on of the outputs labeled 200ma. The Nova is notorious for being power hungry (450-550ma) especially at...
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    Strymon Ojai....Thoughts?

    OH YEAH and it comes standard with all the mounting hardware for pedaltrain boards so no need to spend extra! Not bad for $120!
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    Strymon Ojai....Thoughts?

    I’ve been a longtime PP2+ user but have also run into issues with its ability to keep up with power (voltage AND mA) pedals. I recently upgraded to the newer True Tone OneSpot Pro CS7 & I couldn’t be happier. It’s got similar tech to the Strymon power supplies but for WAY cheaper. Highly...




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