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Old 12-28-2016, 05:30 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

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That was excellent! :-)
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That was excellent! :-)
Thank you Shred-T!
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I just use a Zoom G3 multi-effects unit -- pretty much just chorus, delay, distortion and tremolo for me -- with a Boomerang III looper.
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Old 01-02-2017, 12:23 PM
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Here's mine:



BOSS GE-7 EQ
BOSS RV-3 Digital Delay/Reverb (best single pedal ever made IMO)
BOSS CH-1 Super Chorus
BOSS DM-2 Analog Delay (expensive, but worth it)
BOSS TR-2 Tremolo
BOSS TU-3 Tuner. Also powers the other pedals
BOSS BCB-6 Carrying case.

It makes for instant setup/takedown.

I particularly love the sound of the DM-2 > CH-1. Very important that the DM-2 comes before the CH-1.

All of my acoustics are equipped with K&K Pure Mini pups. I play through one of the following depending on the venue:

* 2006 Fender Acoustasonic Jr DSP
* Fishman Loudbox Mini
* Fishman Loudbox Performer

Most often i use the Fender because it has the best sounding vocal channel I've ever sung through (guitar channel is not great, but good enough). I also love the tilt-back legs for getting sound to the back of the room.



All of my gear except the guitar fits on a little collapsable carrier. That makes loadins/outs a one trip deal.

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Old 01-03-2017, 03:06 PM
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Board: PT mini powered by a Cioks CD-5

Chain: Session -> Turbo Tuner -> RV-5 (in stereo) -> Monoprice Mini DI's
(just sold the Platinum Pro)

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Old 01-03-2017, 07:04 PM
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Updated mine with a couple new pedals over the last month or so. Here's the newer setup:



Chain: Guitar(s) > Tonebone Pz-Pre > MXR Studio Compressor > Sentry Noise Gate > Tapesty Bloomery Volume Pedal (active) > Strymon Dig Delay > Strymon BlueSky Reverb > Neunaber Immerse Reverb > Ditto Looper > Tonebone > PA
The Strymon Tap Favorite switch set up as a favorite switch for the DIG.
Tuner: Boss TU-3s. Fed via the tuner out of the PZ-Pre.
Power: Cioks DC-10
Board: Pedaltrain Classic Jr.
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Old 01-04-2017, 08:01 AM
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Isolo Receiver -> Para EQ -> Delay -> Reverb -> Looper -> Jam 150 & 100 in Stereo
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Nice job noledog
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Old 01-04-2017, 09:49 AM
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Updated mine with a couple new pedals over the last month or so. Here's the newer setup:



Chain: Guitar(s) > Tonebone Pz-Pre > MXR Studio Compressor > Sentry Noise Gate > Tapesty Bloomery Volume Pedal (active) > Strymon Dig Delay > Strymon BlueSky Reverb > Neunaber Immerse Reverb > Ditto Looper > Tonebone > PA
The Strymon Tap Favorite switch set up as a favorite switch for the DIG.
Tuner: Boss TU-3s. Fed via the tuner out of the PZ-Pre.
Power: Cioks DC-10
Board: Pedaltrain Classic Jr.
How you liking the Immerse? Thinking of picking one up.

Also, do have noise issues that warrant the noise gate?
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Old 01-04-2017, 11:18 AM
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How you liking the Immerse? Thinking of picking one up.

Also, do have noise issues that warrant the noise gate?
The Immerse is wonderful. I mostly use it for its hall and wet settings, but all the settings really are fantastic. And paired with the modded room/plate or shimmer from the Bluesky + Dig + volume pedal, you can get some fantastic ambient swells/pads. I usually put the pads into the ditto so they can run under the songs at various points.

So it's a great pedal as your only reverb or complimenting another.

As for the noise issues, the electronics in my Taylor 810ce are fairly noisy when using any kind of pre amp before a DI and a PA (I don't usually hear it with just an amp, for instance. Or if I'm skipping the pedalboard, Tonebone included, and just going through a passive DI into the PA). It also gets worse with the compressor. I have the Sentry set on a pretty low setting just to get rid of the noise when I'm not playing. Zero tone suck unlike some other noise pedals out there. That being said, the noise isn't horrible by any means, just something I wanted to get rid of.

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Old 01-07-2017, 11:22 PM
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great pedalboard, i like your Marshall amp, does it work or sound better then the Fishman or fender amps?
im still looking for an acoustic amp!!
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Old 01-08-2017, 05:47 AM
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noledog, that all sounds great, nice playing.singing and stage presence!
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great pedalboard, i like your Marshall amp, does it work or sound better then the Fishman or fender amps?
im still looking for an acoustic amp!!
I like the Marshall amp except for the reverb, quite frankly it sucks. The Fender SFX amp I have has the most beautiful reverb I ever heard in an amp. HUGE difference. The Fender SFX is a fantastic amp, a bit pricey but worth every nickel. It's great for home use and playing out. I tried in a gymnasium once and it filled the room with sound at not even half volume. So it has plenty enough of power for me. I don't think the Marshall would work as well in the same gymnasium.

I let one of my buddies play thru the Fender while I walked around the gymnasium, and checked it out, I was very impressed with the tone and volume of the Fender. It sounded great thru out the room. Very professional. That was the biggest room I play out now days, so it's adequate for my needs. The Marshall would be okay for home use or a coffee shop type gig. It has a nice tone, but like I said the on board reverb sucks and if you want reverb, you'd need a reverb pedal or rack unit to go along with it. The good thing about the Marshall is you can pick them up used for $200-250. The Fender SFX sells for $899 new.
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noledog, that all sounds great, nice playing.singing and stage presence!
Thanks y'all for the kind comments!

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