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Do you find that the Altoids affect the high end too much?
The larger container did, but when I switched to the smaller tin, I found it tamed the highs perfectly!

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The larger container did, but when I switched to the smaller tin, I found it tamed the highs perfectly!



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Probably more impedance in the larger tin.
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Recently went to a Trex Soulmate Acoustic.
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Old 01-19-2019, 03:08 PM
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Just need to add the patch cables, Strymon Zuma, and I'm ready to go!

Martin HD28 with K&K into pedals, going to the QSC Touchmix 8 and out to two QSC K10.2.
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Just need to add the patch cables, Strymon Zuma, and I'm ready to go!

Martin HD28 with K&K into pedals, going to the QSC Touchmix 8 and out to two QSC K10.2.
That's an impressive set of pedals! Tell us about how you're using all that.

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Old 01-19-2019, 09:00 PM
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That's an impressive set of pedals! Tell us about how you're using all that.

Louis
Indeed! Any sound clips of what you are doing?
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That's an impressive set of pedals! Tell us about how you're using all that.

Louis
Hi there, Louis!

The basic EQ is up to the QSC Touchmix 8. So I use the Empress ParaEQ to match the impedance of the K&K and make some "on the fly" adjustments (notch some bad frequencies, depending on the room I'm playing). The boost is a nice feature, also.

The Empress Compressor is kind of an always on pedal, so as the Strymon BlueSky. I just change the reverb I mainly use if I want a more ethereal sound (only in a few songs).

The Timeline (delay) and Mobius (chorus and tremolo, mainly) are used sparingly, depending on the music I'm playing.

The Empress Buffer+ is used more as a noise filter. Some places I play have a far from ideal electrical instalations. The Buffer+ help in that cases.

The Lovepedal Believe is almost never used. I'm waiting to use it with a Boss RC30, that I don't have right now.

And the Analogman King of Tone is used only to give me a low gain overdrive texture in a few musics.

The LR Baggs Session DI is used as a DI, of course, and I LOVE the saturation and compression features on it. It just enhance my overall sound.

It is really my dream pedalboard, and as soon as I record a live performance, I will post it here!

Thank you!
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Old 01-20-2019, 07:14 AM
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OK. This thread is giving me a headache! I mean, I look at the pics and I have NO clue what most of the stuff does or even is. How can anybody keep up in today's "acoustic amplification world" anyway ???
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Old 01-20-2019, 09:01 AM
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Hi there, Louis!

The basic EQ is up to the QSC Touchmix 8. So I use the Empress ParaEQ to match the impedance of the K&K and make some "on the fly" adjustments (notch some bad frequencies, depending on the room I'm playing). The boost is a nice feature, also.

The Empress Compressor is kind of an always on pedal, so as the Strymon BlueSky. I just change the reverb I mainly use if I want a more ethereal sound (only in a few songs).

The Timeline (delay) and Mobius (chorus and tremolo, mainly) are used sparingly, depending on the music I'm playing.

The Empress Buffer+ is used more as a noise filter. Some places I play have a far from ideal electrical instalations. The Buffer+ help in that cases.

The Lovepedal Believe is almost never used. I'm waiting to use it with a Boss RC30, that I don't have right now.

And the Analogman King of Tone is used only to give me a low gain overdrive texture in a few musics.

The LR Baggs Session DI is used as a DI, of course, and I LOVE the saturation and compression features on it. It just enhance my overall sound.

It is really my dream pedalboard, and as soon as I record a live performance, I will post it here!

Thank you!
Interesting stuff! I'd be interested in particular to hear how the King of Tone works with your acoustic.

Louis
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Old 01-20-2019, 12:06 PM
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interested to see this board wired as i don't see any wires
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Old 01-20-2019, 12:38 PM
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As soon as I wire it up, I'll make an overview of everything, and I post here!
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Old 01-23-2019, 02:35 AM
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As soon as I wire it up, I'll make an overview of everything, and I post here!


Thatís an impressive board, indeed! Looking forward to your overview as soon as itís wired up.
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Old 01-23-2019, 02:39 AM
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Since my Tonedexter arrived last week, I though Iíd give it a go.
Hereís my nice little pedal board!

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Old 01-23-2019, 05:22 PM
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Hi there, Louis!

The basic EQ is up to the QSC Touchmix 8. So I use the Empress ParaEQ to match the impedance of the K&K and make some "on the fly" adjustments (notch some bad frequencies, depending on the room I'm playing). The boost is a nice feature, also.

The Empress Compressor is kind of an always on pedal, so as the Strymon BlueSky. I just change the reverb I mainly use if I want a more ethereal sound (only in a few songs).

The Timeline (delay) and Mobius (chorus and tremolo, mainly) are used sparingly, depending on the music I'm playing.

The Empress Buffer+ is used more as a noise filter. Some places I play have a far from ideal electrical instalations. The Buffer+ help in that cases.

The Lovepedal Believe is almost never used. I'm waiting to use it with a Boss RC30, that I don't have right now.

And the Analogman King of Tone is used only to give me a low gain overdrive texture in a few musics.

The LR Baggs Session DI is used as a DI, of course, and I LOVE the saturation and compression features on it. It just enhance my overall sound.

It is really my dream pedalboard, and as soon as I record a live performance, I will post it here!

Thank you!
Is that a Conway board?
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