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Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by gitapik, Mar 10, 2013.
The Johnson worked with a Timeline then too?
I don't know i don't have a Timeline. Give it a try.
Yeah it's pretty heavy. It only goes to gigs. Here's a picture of my small board I take to practice. The big board is down right now. I pulled one of the 3 power supplies for the other board. I will replace them with 2 STRYMON ZUMA'S I have. Really like the big board very programable. The RJM MASTERMIND is one of the best pieces of gear I've ever purchased. No more tap dancing. Highly recommended but very deep it took awhile to figure out & im still learning.
For those who've arrived here via google: I tried it, and no, the Digitech FSX3 doesn't play well with Strymon Timeline.
Well I guess you'll have to throw down the dough for a Strymon Multi Switch. It was worth a try. I'm pretty sure it didn't hurt anything. I think the reason it worked for me is they were both Harman products.
I've ordered a clone for half the price! Will update once it arrives.
Wait... why does this now say it's a Walrus Audio club? It was a Strymon thread...
I noticed too, a mod moved it for an unknown reason
My apologies, it was a complete error. There were two Walrus Audio clubs, I attempted to merge them and somehow tagged the Strymon thread in the process. I've been trying to correct it, but apparently there's no easy way to "un-merge" threads. Again, my fault.
No problem just clears ip minor confusion
Let everyone know how it works out for you. I don't need one for my Mobius I can program switches on the RJM Mastermind PBC to do whatever I need.
I think the swell setting might have made my heavy VP jr volume pedal redundant! Anyone else find that?
I love the swell setting on the MOBIUS. But I still need the volume pedal for well volume.
My pedalboard shrinks to insignificance here, but I have a Flint and a Deco on mine. I also have a Lex which is currently not in use.
The Deco is just the cat's pajamas. You can do so much with that pedal - I don't need no stinkin' delay, or chorus, or flanger - I don't know why everyone doesn't own one of these.
I bought the Flint to use with my tweed amps. I have a Revibe - but that's a huge piece of gear. The Flint covered reverb and harmonic vibrato, what's not to like?
Toying with buying an El Capistan - but I don't actually have any use for it. It would be me buying gear because it is cool instead of useful. We don't want to do that, do we?
You are making me want that Deco....
I searched the thread and you are the only one that mentioned the Ola, which I think is their best 299 model.
As a sort of belated christmas-present, I bought myself a second hand El Capistan.
What a great delay it is!
It is a tape-delay emulation, so there are certain sounds it will not create, but from slapback to ambient sounds, it has a fantastic variety of tones. Plus a spring reverb emulation in the secondary functions.
I love my T-Rex Reptile, but the El Capistan will now be my number one delay-pedal!
El Cap’s been on my board since it first came out. Like you, I’m very happy with it.
Well, I have the TC Nova Delay, T-Rex Reptile, Red Panda Raster and the El Capistan and only 2 Spots on my board. It was a tough call because each one has something unique:
The Nova Delay has the most versatile range plus 9 presets - but the least convincing modulation.
The Reptile works for both slapback and long delays and has the best modulation - it actually works as a kind of stand-alone chorus/flanger modulation.
The Raster has all those crazy pitchshifting extravaganzas and also a nice reverse delay.
And here comes the El Cap with the whole world of tape-echoing and the various types of machine heads.
For the moment it's the El Cap and the Raster, enough to cover a range from 50s Rockabilly up to some weird ambient noisyness.....