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Not exactly a new concept but always a cool ..refresher. :naughty:


Here's mine - old-school, slim and trim:


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Maybe I should point out ..the first one is a phaser.
 
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ha! Well, I do not have any Marshall's after 1983, and some of the newer ones (finally) have peaked my interest.
Just remember that a normal modern amp has an effects loop and some things can not be done with Plexi's. That is just the hard truth, so you have to compromise what can go through the front end to sound good.
If you build one though, I would not hesitate to install an effects loop. It is just smart.

I do jumper Ch.1 low out to a delay and back into Ch. 2 input to have a little more control with the blend or mix.
 
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ok, here it goes, but first:

1) I'm in the process of ditching my pedalboard and getting a Mooer GE300, so I've sold a lot of pedals.
2) The current pedalboard is for home use with 5 different amps
3) Since I have sold like 5 or 6 pedals I have not re-organized it.

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Still looking for a bargain RC-3 to fill the gap. The FS-7 is ready to go as soon as.

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The board is a RockBoard Tres 3.2 with the MOD 1 patchbay.

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I had one of the early Boss RC loop stations. I just couldn't get use to not having a stop button after having Akai Headrush 1 and 2. Moved on to a ditto x2 and now replacing with an EHX 720 that should be arriving soon. 12 minutes, 10 loops and fade settings from 1 - 60 seconds. The fade setting is what sold me on this pedal. I'll post the boards when I make the update.
 

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I had one of the early Boss RC loop stations. I just couldn't get use to not having a stop button after having Akai Headrush 1 and 2. Moved on to a ditto x2 and now replacing with an EHX 720 that should be arriving soon. 12 minutes, 10 loops and fade settings from 1 - 60 seconds.
The RC-3 has 3 hours recording time, 99 loops, USB (to load backing tracks, edited loops) and 10 drum patterns.
The FS-7 (A) acts as a one-press stop, tap tempo, clear loop, and (B) can cycle through the loops in either direction.
They have come a long way since the RC-2.
Damn. I really have to get one soon.
 
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The RC-3 has 3 hours recording time, 99 loops, USB (to load backing tracks, edited loops) and 10 drum patterns.
The FS-7 acts as a one-press stop, tap tempo, clear loop, and can cycle through the loops in either direction.
They have come a long way since the RC-2.
Damn. I really have to get one soon.

Clearly packed with goodies.. I just need at least a 2 switch looper, rec/dub and stop.
 

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My newest revision, redone with 3M Dual Lock and properly cut George L's a few days ago:

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Sending back the Flashback Mini however. The pedal is great sounding and the tap tempo is nice, but it turns itself off after some time without me touching it. No go. Seems like TC still has some bugs to take care of. Till then my trusty Ibanez DE7 will be taking over Delay duties again.
 

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