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Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2009 1:51 pm
by RoadHigh
Just got the ODR1 on the board, the RMC2 needs a little modification before itøs getting on the board:

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Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:33 pm
by bbrunskill
Here's mine. Only one VL product right now, but I'm thinking of putting a microvibe on top on the PP2+.

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I've had much bigger and more involved rigs, but this one sounds great and I can access everything very easily.
Ben

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2009 3:04 pm
by bbrunskill
Trueman wrote:
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Here's my Christmas 08 board
Why so many power supplies John?

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2009 6:53 pm
by sasquatch
hi james, what is the vdl pedal that says stone on it in the corner?

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 12:04 pm
by Trueman
bbrunskill wrote:
Trueman wrote:
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Here's my Christmas 08 board
Why so many power supplies John?
1 x AC for the Pedal Switcherd
1 x DC for the effects

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:35 am
by JohnClark
sasquatch wrote:hi james, what is the vdl pedal that says stone on it in the corner?
I'll get this one for James... and sharp eye there, sasquatch! ;)

That is a Voodoo Lab Bosstone which is long out of production, however it is what the Super Fuzz was born from. This was a copy of the Jordan Electronics Bosstone and had only Volume and Attack controls. We added the Tone and Resonance controls to it and named it Super Fuzz. A Super Fuzz with the Tone in the middle and the Resonance all the way down is a Bosstone.

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:17 am
by kairos05
bbrunskill wrote:Here's mine. Only one VL product right now, but I'm thinking of putting a microvibe on top on the PP2+.

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I've had much bigger and more involved rigs, but this one sounds great and I can access everything very easily.
Ben
Hello! what did you do to power your TimeFactor with the PedalPower??

Thank you!

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:29 am
by JohnClark
kairos05 wrote:Hello! what did you do to power your TimeFactor with the PedalPower??

Thank you!

The TimeFactor is powered from outputs 5 and 6 using a Current Doubling cable.

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 12:57 pm
by kairos05
JohnClark wrote:
kairos05 wrote:Hello! what did you do to power your TimeFactor with the PedalPower??

Thank you!

The TimeFactor is powered from outputs 5 and 6 using a Current Doubling cable.
Is the current doubling cable the same thats used to power a 18v pedal using 2 9v outputs on the PedalPower?

Thank you so much for the help John!!

Re: The pedalboard thread...

Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 3:58 pm
by JohnClark
kairos05 wrote:
JohnClark wrote:
kairos05 wrote:Hello! what did you do to power your TimeFactor with the PedalPower??

Thank you!

The TimeFactor is powered from outputs 5 and 6 using a Current Doubling cable.
Is the current doubling cable the same thats used to power a 18v pedal using 2 9v outputs on the PedalPower?

Thank you so much for the help John!!
No, these are not the same cable.
The Current Doubler cable connects two outputs in parallel to add the available current of the two outputs together.
The Voltage Doubler cable connects two outputs in series to add the voltage of the two outputs together.

I hope that helps!