GigRig's Madness !

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Volontaire, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. Volontaire

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    That seems pretty cool.
     
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    I love my GigRig gear and I will just say they provide great customer support as well. Very excited to see the new Timeline PS.

    Regarding the Quartermasters - the only thing I would say is that by the time you get done configuring a strip with all the bells and whistles you want...you might as well get a Pro 14! But seriously - looks like a great option for people requiring smaller setups with less loops, and also to save real-estate. I'll be keeping my Midi-14 though! :)
     
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    Awesome! I'm in the market for a 4 loop TB strip with silent relay switching! This is it!
     
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    I agree about the GigRig. I just put this together last night as a matter of fact:

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    What I don't understand....

    I see pictures of those loopers with and without labels.
    On some pictures I see "loop 1" "loop 2"..... and on others pics no labels.

    So....what is it?

    Vinni
     
  8. Volontaire

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    I guess the labels on the first pictures are just added to show how it's organized, what is the chain order.
     
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    Maybe so...

    I prefer no labels so you van put your own on.

    Oh yeah....I see blue leds and red leds.
    Confusing as well.....

    Vinni
     
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    A fantastic move both from an innovation and marketing point of view.
    With their reputation the options.
    The volume boost is a great idea if you run e.g. a vintage Electric Mistress.
    Congrats to Daniel and everyone in the lab.
    Deserve success on these.
     

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