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yeah, i just read some guy who posted that his power supply is working after 5 years
so, yeah I guess is a good investment, though it seems not to work well with wah wah, and the pedaltrain forces you to mount the supply on the center, so what if you wanna put your wah on the pedalboard, you would get hum noise
I dislike that, I would like to keep my pedalboard as neat as possible with the wah on it, instead of having it on the floor, and that power supply interferes with the wah, i read some guy who drilled a big hole, so he could mount the power supply more to the left instead of center, so it wouldn't interfere with the wah
musicianfriends, guitar center, a few people commenting on how they go bad after a few months, that kind of scared me away of trying voodoo labs, imagine spending 100-150 on that, and then having it go bad after a few months. I only have 4 pedals and 1 wah wah, so the 1 spot does fine for me. I only play in my room anyway lol
is not my setup, is the first pic I found online
obviously, if you have pedals like that, you would need an isolated power supply, but if you are starting out with a pedal board, you don't need those monster supplies
also, i keep reading these reviews that say they go bad after a few months, i read them on guitar center, musicianfriends, sweet water, can't be coincidence, they expensive as hell too
These are among my favorite soulful and dynamic vocalists:
1) Sam Cooke - see Bring it on Home, Get yourself another fool, Summertime
2) Bill Withers - Ain't no Sunshine, Grandma's Hands, Lean on Me etc.
3) Raphael Saadiq - Good Man, 100 Yard Dash, Stone Rollin
4) Amy Whinehouse - Back to Black, You know I'm no good
5) Lana Del Ray - West Coast, Ultraviolence, Cruel World ( the entire Ultraviolence album is really solid)
one possibility springs to mind right away, Clare Torry on Pink Floyds "The great gig in the sky"
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so, you're saying that music is math?
it's 2048 if you follow the criteria in my original post but allow for an 'empty' scale. 2047 if you follow the op exactly. and so on. the approach in the link you posted was not sufficiently rigorous for my liking and suffered because of it. a finite sum of n choose 11 is the method, anyhow.
will consider this challenge
the math on that page is incorrect. in fact, even what you pasted isn't right. 11 choose 0 = 1? sure bout that
edit: lemme clarify, 11 choose 0 is 1. lol
my complaint is in its inclusion.
Wow that LED is brighter than the sun!
Have you got any sound clips?
By bypassing the whole board do you mean that your signal just goes dry through the pedal? Because that's what I'm looking for. I thought holding it was for the tuner?
I'm not looking to have all my effects in this pedal, it's just for extra effects that I might need for like one part in one song at a time. Hence why I'm not looking at an M13 or something that's a bit more serious.
Have you already updated it to version 2.01? You get 45 new effects with it.
That's sweet! Is there any way I can bypass it when I'm in patch mode? Or just set up a blank patch?
I'm pretty sure I'll go for the Zoom. Sounds nuts for the price they ask.
And yeah, very happy with my guitars/amp. Running a Framus and a modded Les Paul into an Egnater Tweaker 88 into an Orange 212. I got that covered
just to clarify for TS: the 12ax7a's and the 7025's were just low noise 12ax7's. they weren't actually quieter (they have the same gain factor as a 12ax7) so much as they had a more favorable signal to noise ratio.