eq pedal with tim

blazzrock

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i've never really been an eq kind of guy, but the tim makes me wonder how cool it could be to use an eq in the loop for more versatility. anyone got any experience using the tim that way?
 

JBarlow

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At least when I talked to Paul about the pedal, that's exactly what he had intended it for. Go for it!
 

blazzrock

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do you think you could make the tim sound like other pedals by using an eq in the loop? i'm thinking about downsizing my board, and need to get close to a klon in a small package. so would you do an eq, or is there another pedal that could get me close in a 125 or 1290 size enclosure?
 

Bobster

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hmm, never tried an eq before, but i'm placing my redwitch chorus on the tim with the chorus set to give the dry type of chorus sound.
I'd probably try a fuzz on it next, maybe i'd even give the timmy a try on it.. Has anyone done it before?
 

kidvox

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yea i wonder what other people put in their Tim loop, i've noticed that a lot of people don't use it
 

indravayu

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I've played around with an EQ in the TIM loop - makes it even more flexible, but I didn't find that it drastically altered the feel of the pedal. I'm just using a cheap 7-band Danelectro EQ, though.
 

kidvox

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man, this makes me want to put my name on the waiting list for a tim and experiment with the loop. i wonder what a big muff or any other fuzz sounds like in the loop.
 

OrangeAD30TC

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The Loop comes after the pedal so it should be identical to placing the pedal after it. The advantage of the loop is that it becomes engaged when the Tim is engaged and bypassed when the Tim is bypassed.
 




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