Finally finished my board!!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by DiazDude, May 16, 2006.


  1. DiazDude

    DiazDude Member

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    Spent most of today slaving over a hot soldering iron but it's
    finally done...just got the Mini Deja Vibe. It is the cat's ass!! :AOK
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  2. Gordon_Gecko

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    You'll be back... take a Qualude... you'll love me in the mornin' :D
     
  3. marcusprice

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    What about that job we did for you in Freedom Town? The Rebenga hit... What was that? A game of dominoes, mang?
     
  4. Joe Boy

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    Cool looking board, can I borrow it while you take a nap?..:D
     
  5. JamesW

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    Nice board. It's very neat.

    But you'll be back with new toys soon. :BEER
     
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    Where did you get your looper?
     
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    That's a pedal racks looper...you can get them from musictoyz...

    http://musictoyz.com/guitar/pedals/pedalracks.php

    I bought one a few weeks ago to go with my new board, it works great, and seems to be solidly built with no issues. It's HUGE though, and was a bit expensive, compared to other true bypass boxes I've seen from loooper, loop-master, etc.
     
  9. DiazDude

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    I've sent the looper back since I've found plans to build one.
    It's really simple if you've got the time and are handy with a
    soldering iron. Not to mention..way cheaper. I can do it for
    about 1/3 the cost.
    http://www.singlecoil.com/tb-strip/tbstrip.html
     

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