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Old 12-25-2016, 11:13 AM
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Default ACOUSTIC PEDALBOARDS - Post yours!!

Still testing/experimenting with the pedals that will go on my board.
I will post pics when it gets put together.
In the meantime, post yours!

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Old 12-25-2016, 03:20 PM
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Old 12-26-2016, 08:14 AM
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3 MIJ Taks w Cooltube and a D18 w Baggs M80 >>
Audio Technica Wireless > TC Body Rez > MXR Carbon Copy > Neunaber Seraphim > one or dual Loudbox Performers...done!
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Old 12-26-2016, 08:24 AM
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> TC Body Rez >
How is that Body Rez working out for ya? I was ruminating as to whether I wanted one and was about to dive into the YouTube reviews, but since you're here . . . . . .
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Old 12-26-2016, 03:33 PM
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How is that Body Rez working out for ya? I was ruminating as to whether I wanted one and was about to dive into the YouTube reviews, but since you're here . . . . . .
Hi A-Mac,

I got the Body Rez mainly for when I use the D18/M80 to scoop the low mid-honk out of the mag. It also adds a touch of compression while enhancing the bass & highs. The end result is a most pleasing warm & natural acoustic sound imo. As with my other two pedals, I use them sparingly for lite effect as a solo full-time musician.

You have to find the sweet spot for your particular setup & for me it's around 12 to 1 o'clock position. The other nice feature is it can be used as a phase switch to knock out any sudden howl.

It truly does what it says & works well with mags & usts imo...I get a very natural "unplugged" as I can get tone, especially with the D18/M80 combo. Keep in mind I play at some high volumes in a wide array of venues and music genres so I need versatility and feedback resistance. I know for others who play more quietly may prefer K&K type systems, but they don't work as well for what I do.

It is well built too, small & compact...YouTube vids I've found can't really give you the full yet subtle effect it has in complimenting your setup.

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Old 12-27-2016, 12:53 AM
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3 MIJ Taks w Cooltube and a D18 w Baggs M80 >>
Audio Technica Wireless > TC Body Rez > MXR Carbon Copy > Neunaber Seraphim > one or dual Loudbox Performers...done!
I'm getting very tempted to go wireless do you notice much difference in sound quality compared to cables? And which version are you using, I'm considering the audio technica stompbox wireless
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Old 12-27-2016, 08:36 AM
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I'm getting very tempted to go wireless do you notice much difference in sound quality compared to cables? And which version are you using, I'm considering the audio technica stompbox wireless
Hi Pipe-D,

I notice zero difference in sound quality using wireless. It pays tho to get a high quality one like the ATW-1101/G System 10 I use or the stomp box version or one of the Sennheiser models...most run $3-400 & don't bother with the cheapos.

I used to mount it on my amp but now it's on my pedal board...I would get the stomp box which is still same quality system 10 but for a pedal board with switching features.

I do put on a show & I'm runnin' around, bouncin' from stage to audience havin' a blast entertaining and I love the freedom! Worth every penny!

Here's a pic at a country club gig mounted on amp:



...and a vid at a small Tiki bar, still mounted on amp, no loss in sound quality despite all the folks yakkin'



BEST WISHES! ...get the wireless

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You're very good Noledog. And I learned something !
That's awesome, thank you so much PF400!
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Old 12-27-2016, 01:19 PM
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Hi Pipe-D,

I notice zero difference in sound quality using wireless. It pays tho to get a high quality one like the ATW-1101/G System 10 I use or the stomp box version or one of the Sennheiser models...most run $3-400 & don't bother with the cheapos.

I used to mount it on my amp but now it's on my pedal board...I would get the stomp box which is still same quality system 10 but for a pedal board with switching features.

I do put on a show & I'm runnin' around, bouncin' from stage to audience havin' a blast entertaining and I love the freedom! Worth every penny!

Here's a pic at a country club gig mounted on amp:



...and a vid at a small Tiki bar, still mounted on amp, no loss in sound quality despite all the folks yakkin'



BEST WISHES! ...get the wireless

eric
Cool thank you noledog; for the advice, and for sharing your playing you do play beautifully! I love the idea of wireless! Looks like I've got no choice
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Cool thank you noledog; for the advice, and for sharing your playing you do play beautifully! I love the idea of wireless! Looks like I've got no choice
My pleasure & thank you for the kind words!
Keep us posted on what you get & your thoughts as well
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Old 12-27-2016, 04:41 PM
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Old 12-27-2016, 05:03 PM
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