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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. xjazzy

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    I did try lots of fuzzes through the years. The Dream Crusher was the one that refused to leave my board. It stacks extremely well with my odr-1.
     
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    Not playing out right now so have my largest homemade made board loaded overflowing with everything but the kitchen sink.
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    Cool! Nice to see the ms-3 on a board. How do you feel about the angle on the switches when its on a board that has angle?
     
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    I've cleaned up the wiring a bit since, so the finished product is more tidy.
     
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    Very nice.

    I'm surprised to see a tuner given that the MS-3 has one.

    What do you have on each of the loops?
     
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    Thanks!
    I like the strobe function on the tu3, beside that, the input is easier than on the back of the ms3.
    In the loops are the TS808, BD2 and the vintage rat.
    At the end is the flanger, for easier output, and the flanger is a lot better than the one in the ms3
    @the tool: the angle is very light, so no problem
     
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    Thanks, I assume you have reverb in your amp or you like flanged reverb? Never tried it :)
     
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    I think I may have posted a photo a while back but i've done some updating since then. Here's my current board:

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    Nice! You must be a Jazzer with that DV Mark amp?
     
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    I'm in this thread somewhere else, but the newest incarnation was completed today with the arrival of the Keeley Compressor Plus.
     
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    Well, not really, I try lol
    The DV jazz 12 has a big warm clean tone, a good amp for pedals and super light to carry
     
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    Never satisfied, here is the latest iteration of my pedal board:
     
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    Here is my small grab n go pedal board. Mostly built up by mini pedals due to size.

    Pretty happy with it, but thinking about swaping the TR-2 for something fun. Any suggestions?
    I play mostly rock/folk/country/pop.

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    What about a phase 95?
     
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    Good idea, would it be ok to place it between drive and reverb?

    Why Phase 95 and not 90? Is the 95 an improved version?
     
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    95 has both script and modern versions of both 90 and 45 ..4 pedals in one mini pedal!

    Should work after drive pretty good..
     
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