Glad to make it to the end of this thread and see things are looking up. Picked up a gain changer earlier this year or last year and it will never leave my board. I couldn't imagine a better overdrive and I've tried a massive ton of them.
I'm very late to the Barber party. Recently switched up my drive section and 2 of the new pedals I added were the newest versions of the Gain Changer SR & Direct Drive. To say I'm impressed would be an understatement. As someone who has, probably like many of you, had all of the "it" drive...
Got in on the Rubberneck deal. Replacing my Timeline...initially thought of pairing a Deep Blue Delay to pair with it for digital delay. Also considered the Walrus Mako D1. Anything else I should be looking at?
I just got one today too. Just set up my first 3 banks with my most used delays. I’ve downloaded some presets from other people but have to find a midi cable to install them. Wish this one had Bluetooth like the source Audio pedals.
What’s the difference between v3 and v4? Also is there a way to tell if this is a v4? I know the earlier versions used green too.
I've had the EH 720 looper for a while, but just ordered the Timeline which has a looper. I only use a looper to play over a rhythm track at home, never in a live setting. Would the Timeline looper be good for that?
There is definitely something special about the MLjr that I've never found in another delay. I wish I could find a white or black one with the aluminum knobs again. Maybe one will pop up on reverb. I've never tried the counterpoint but have heard good reviews.
Looking to pick up a new delay. Had the Walrus Fathom/Arp dual pedal most recently, but didn't use the reverb much so I moved it along. I've had the memory lane jr. in the past and something about it just sits right in the mix and sounds great. I could just pick up another one of those, but...
I ran by Home Depot and picked some up that look like they may work..they're taller than the ones I have, but they are clear. I guess we'll see. If not, I'll check one of these websites. Seems like Temple would just make these to accommodate standard power supplies. Nice board, otherwise.