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

  1. 41144

    41144 Tele-Afflicted

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    TX_Slinger ... what was that, you like it's Pantone and colour stain ;)
     
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    Lol, it was a piece already salvaged from another piece of furniture in the 1800's to brace a table that wasn't using a table leaf. I have the matching one also. Having the second one same room makes the tone too dark so i leave it in the garage.
     
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    I do like it when you something old, even if of little value in itself, can be put into a context of some sort and then to good use again.

    Can't remember the exact details but in the last year or two happened across a radio interview with a UK luthier who was commenting on how he heard of an old carpenters shop being cleared and acquired a pile of Cedar that dated back to the late 1800s.
    There's just something about that sort of back-story which would increase my interest in a guitar.
     
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    I have some nice old pine studs i salvaged from a 1920's house in Corpus Christi, TX, which makes them probably 175-200 years old since the wood being used back then was old growth. As soon as I get a plunge router and an electric plane I'll be making that my first body build (hopefully 2-3 guitars). Its got awesome nails holes and everything. Wife's not going to let me use these doors that were salvaged from Mexico. Not sure why, they'd make a great pedalboard...
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  5. Thoughtfree

    Thoughtfree Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

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    My light-duty board made from a repurposed masonite clipboard, powered by a One-Spot.

    At the far left is a GGG BSIAB2 pedal kit I just completed - probably the best sounding high-gain distortion effect I've ever used. Highly recommended.

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    I'm glad you didn't delay on such a big decision, because I dig the vibe! :)
     
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    My latest build, I LOVE it.

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    less is more, less is more, less is more, less is more, less is more, less is more, less is more,
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    How do you like the MXR Univibe?
     
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    Nice! Do you use od3 as a booster for the sd1?

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    This little one is for my solid body mandolin. Taming the highs can be a challenge. Think I’ve cracked it.

    Fish and chips eq - cry baby mini - soul food - Mooer yellow Comp - ehx memory toy.

    Knobs set to the room i’m in. Sounds pretty good. Into usually a tweed blues jr.


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    I think i’m going to put it wah, compressor, overdrive eq


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    I like it well enough. It seems reliable and quiet. The vibe pushbutton gives you a pitch-shifting vibrato which can sound cool at higher speeds. MF, Amazon, etc. rate it at 4 to 5 stars, and that's where I put it too. Sounds best with bass and mid pickup positions, at low sweep speeds.

    If price and space were no object I would have bought a Fulltone. But I only had YouTube to audition vibe pedals. I liked the low quantity of knobs and features on the MXR compared to other brands. Simple operation.

    I had a Voodoo Labs Microvibe on a board years ago. It sounded good, but I found that vibe sounds were not easily usable in a commercial disco and Motown party band. For my current blues-rock-jazz experimentation, vibe sounds great. So musical context is something to consider.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    I'm up to the most gain channels I've had and the least modulation. Just bought the EHX Hot Wax today.[​IMG]

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    have made a few changes; this will be submitted for judgment elsewhere. 5 or 6 is all I use; I have (had?) a weekly house band gig for 10 years. This is what it's come to.

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    Added the ehx good vibes. Love it!
     
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