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j5jarod777

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My Epiphone Valve Standard has built in digital effects (several different delays, flanges, and chorus). The chorus and flanger effects sound like garbage, but the delays aren't too bad. The purple switch is to turn the effects on and off, I always keep it on a short "slap back" delay.
 

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It must be my nervous disposition but those in and out jacks :eek:. Do I have a problem? Do I need to see a psychiatrist? :hmm:
Hey man, right side is the input, left side has a split that sends two outputs to two amps to run my rig in stereo haha.
The right side does have 4 jacks on the side plate so I can setup my board to run an FX loop like I used to.
 

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Neat board, Orange and Jackson Ampworks heads and a lovely Doozy ... well played!
Thanks bro, those are my favorite amps, and yes it sounds glorious with my Les Paul too! That jackson amp sounds so good to record with.
 

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Damn.. this board looks so neat !! :wow::wow::wow:
Beautiful... is it a ready made or you built it? if it is ready made, what brand?
HEY! that board is a temple audio board, it's a new modular pedal setup, you can take off side panel plates and install power jacks, side jacks, a stereo/mon sum up like that I use to run the rig in stereo, and also mount the power supply underneath with modular plates. The whole system is so fantastic Let me show some closeups









https://templeboards.com
 

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Hey man, right side is the input, left side has a split that sends two outputs to two amps to run my rig in stereo haha.
The right side does have 4 jacks on the side plate so I can setup my board to run an FX loop like I used to.
So does that make it 7 disasters waiting to happen then? :naughty:
I also can't cope with a straight jack in a 335. :Ohno:
 

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So does that make it 7 disasters waiting to happen then? :naughty:
I also can't cope with a straight jack in a 335. :Ohno:
well it depends on how I wire it haha. but I've been running this way for a long time. Also the reason I use the loose switcher is in case something goes out, I just bypass that loop and the signal stays intact for the rest of the show
 

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I love how after all these years, and all your different boards, the Boss EQ is still your main staple.
Absolutely... A member on here sent me that graciously, and I literally have used it ever since. It's one of those pedals that you really can do just about anything with. For instance, I have an old jazzbox Gibson with only a neck dog ear P-90, and sometimes it can be a bit muddy and bassy, and rather than changing out a vintage pickup, I just knock a little low end out of it and add a little highs, and presto, now I have a great clean crisp tone. And I use it a lot for a solo boost with some mids added and level. They are also great on acoustic guitars as a psuedo-DI kind of thing. I think it's probably the swiss army knife. Certainly will always use a GE-7. Always.
 

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Absolutely... A member on here sent me that graciously, and I literally have used it ever since. It's one of those pedals that you really can do just about anything with. For instance, I have an old jazzbox Gibson with only a neck dog ear P-90, and sometimes it can be a bit muddy and bassy, and rather than changing out a vintage pickup, I just knock a little low end out of it and add a little highs, and presto, now I have a great clean crisp tone. And I use it a lot for a solo boost with some mids added and level. They are also great on acoustic guitars as a psuedo-DI kind of thing. I think it's probably the swiss army knife. Certainly will always use a GE-7. Always.
On my radar :)
I am still building my first pedalboard
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