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    Axetastic doublewah's Avatar
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    Be my guest. :-)

    They are slowly catching on around here. I don't think the music stores like me though!


    Quote Originally Posted by etechstan View Post
    Awesome idea, may have to borrow it!

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    Yeah, I wasn't using it for a while, and then found it in my pedal drawer a few months ago. Works great for a 70s rock sound into a clean amp or small PA.


    Quote Originally Posted by One careful owner View Post
    Seeing that SD1 made me smile.

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    I have my TS808 listed on our trademe - I have an '85 SD1 I'm going to try and love a bit more. It is currently on display in a cabinet of mine with an '87 RV2 and an HF2.
    I have an MZ2 and an original 4 digit serial CE2 as well as an '89 DD3 - These are the last of my Japanese Boss collection.

    Here's the incarnation of the board I've been using for a couple of weeks - Chain is in my signature.
    There is a reason the EHX a/b is facing that way - I can turn my amps overdrive on at the same time as the pumpkin pi OR the Luther drive. Or the pi + the LD, and off again, etc etc.

    Gone to a DD3 over the EHX memory toy because it has a buffer in it and I have ridiculously long cables... Shame, really, the memory toy is a cool pedal, but I don't really like a weak signal.
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    Last edited by One careful owner; 06-01-2012 at 11:16 PM. Reason: Adding more ****
    James.

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