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Trim pot solved my treble trouble, thanks josh, damn this is one fine boost :shock: Do Rock On:dude:
 

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I have yet to finish mine. I have the CB populated. Now I need to mount it, the pots, jacks, and LED to the enclosure and connect everything.... The only thing this pedal didn't come with that I need the most is an extra two hours in my day to get all my other crap done so I can work on it!
 

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I have yet to finish mine. I have the CB populated. Now I need to mount it, the pots, jacks, and LED to the enclosure and connect everything.... The only thing this pedal didn't come with that I need the most is an extra two hours in my day to get all my other crap done so I can work on it!
I hear ya...I need an extra 10 per day to get all my crap done. :D
 

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Hey, how are you all finding the boost? I love mine, i use her at the end of the chain when i need to make pretty clean tones, i actually have it set to deminish a little volume and add color, ill have to start trying her with some heavy tracks :dude:
 

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I'm still digging it. I run it at the end also, and use it to make my LP a little more jangly at times and to help certain fuzzes scream. I got it dialed in just where I want it.
 

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I use mine in sort of vein. I REALLY dig it though in front of a compressor on my old ass Fender Twin Reverb. Just killer.

I've got another pedal that I figured out though...similar to this but instead of a boost, it's a dirt boost. One knob with a switch. I'm sending the proto to Sludge Burns to test and keep if he wants. Hopefully he'll post what he thinks of it.
 

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cool, i havent tried with fuzz, kinda new to that dirt but i have this russian muff here,:thumb:

and a jonesy russian fuzz on the way:naughty:
 

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I use mine in sort of vein. I REALLY dig it though in front of a compressor on my old ass Fender Twin Reverb. Just killer.

I've got another pedal that I figured out though...similar to this but instead of a boost, it's a dirt boost. One knob with a switch. I'm sending the proto to Sludge Burns to test and keep if he wants. Hopefully he'll post what he thinks of it.
What do you mean in vein?

Dirt boost:hmm: does it has a little clipping in there and bui;t to work in front? Sounds alright!:slash:
 

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You really should get some perf board and start something josh, darn real job takin up all of your brain on us :laugh2:
 

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I use mine in sort of vein. I REALLY dig it though in front of a compressor on my old ass Fender Twin Reverb. Just killer.

I've got another pedal that I figured out though...similar to this but instead of a boost, it's a dirt boost. One knob with a switch. I'm sending the proto to Sludge Burns to test and keep if he wants. Hopefully he'll post what he thinks of it.
You are the man, Josh!

I know you feel like you owe me but you have a way of turning the saying "going the extra mile" into "going the extra 26.2 miles"! :laugh2:

Now I owe you so if you're ever in the Twin Cities you can come collect the beverage of your choice and a round of golf (disclaimer: said round of golf may be redeemed as a round of disc golf at my discretion at the time of redemption :D)

Anyway, thanks again. I'll be sure to post a thorough review of the dirt boost proto. :dude:
 

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You are the man, Josh!

I know you feel like you owe me but you have a way of turning the saying "going the extra mile" into "going the extra 26.2 miles"! :laugh2:

Now I owe you so if you're ever in the Twin Cities you can come collect the beverage of your choice and a round of golf (disclaimer: said round of golf may be redeemed as a round of disc golf at my discretion at the time of redemption :D)

Anyway, thanks again. I'll be sure to post a thorough review of the dirt boost proto. :dude:
I can handle baseball bats pretty well but I fail at golf. Now, disc golf? Now your talkin. How close is Ontario? I might be there in September. :)
 

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You really should get some perf board and start something josh, darn real job takin up all of your brain on us :laugh2:
I agree man. I hardly have any time. Getting all the past stuff my predecessor never did caught up is taking a ton of time. Getting close though to being caught up.

Had another big issue tonight though....damn stove shorted out and and caught fire. Thankfully I was right next to it when it happened so no damage other than the stove itself. Been wild evening at the house!
 

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What do you mean in vein?

Dirt boost:hmm: does it has a little clipping in there and bui;t to work in front? Sounds alright!:slash:
It means in the same ballpark. :)

Its got some clip in the 'up' mode on the switch. It engages a second tranny for more gain. I'll post a shot tomorrow...just got in from running arond looking for a new stove. :)
 

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Had another big issue tonight though....damn stove shorted out and and caught fire. Thankfully I was right next to it when it happened so no damage other than the stove itself. Been wild evening at the house!
:wow: Lucky indeed... could have been ugly:shock:
 

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:wow: Lucky indeed... could have been ugly:shock:
Thankfully my 'previous experiences' have taught me to think fast on my feet. :) No harm other than a dead stove and freaked out neighbors.

Since nothing ever happens on this street, having firetrucks and all that brings out the local loonies. :D
 

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I can handle baseball bats pretty well but I fail at golf. Now, disc golf? Now your talkin. How close is Ontario? I might be there in September. :)
Minneapolis is roughly ~300 miles from the border :thumb:
 


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