Just finished my M9 Board....

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  1. CBeeper

    CBeeper Supporting Member

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    Just finished her up and figured I'd post before I hit the hay... I received the Pedaltrain board today (one of the GC specials) and had everything else lying around. I'll use this for rehearsal and leave the "heavy as hell" big board home....

    Chain is Wah, Turbo Tuner, Mojo Drive, M9, Sexdrive, Hardwire Delay(for slapback)
     
  2. Boleary2

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    hmm..that inspires me to downsize! looks like you could cover alot with that...is that the pt jr?
     
  3. CBeeper

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    Thanks guys... I really like it. Small and compact but it has a big kick! This is a PT1 I believe. it's a little bigger than the Jr and has a hard case with it.
     
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    Looks great!

    I'll raise you this one!

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  5. CBeeper

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    Very Nice... The clock makes it though!
     
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    Loving my M9

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    Chain is > Fulltone Fulldrive II > Volume Pedal > M9 (Tuner is from the out of the Volume Pedal)
     
  7. CBeeper

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    Another clock! Damn I'm out of step again.... Why are both clocks on 9:24? Some kind of conspiracy me thinks.
     
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    I have that exact same clock on my M13.

     
  9. tiptone

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    Is the M9 not capable of doing a good slapback?
     
  10. CBeeper

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    It is but I usually keep the slapback on at all times and I wanted to use the M9 for some other delay functions like Reverse. I'm using the M9 mostly for Modulation and Filter at this point.
     
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    How do you have it powered up? A bottom shot would be nice :) In the middle of doing something similar with my M9, just weighing out the options.....
     
  12. CBeeper

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    I'll post a bottom shot when I get a chance. What I did is not recommended unless you know your keeping the unit. I cut off the power supply cord and replaced it with a 90 degree replacement end which plugs into the PPII and tucks into the hole in the Pedaltrain frame. The rest of the wire is bundled up and tucked underneath.
     
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    So you're using a ppII as well. Not sure if I want to go that route, all I'll have on my board is an M9/DD-20/Pog 2 (that need power). But yeah, post pix when you get to it!!!
     
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    That's cool. I have been thinking about downsizing from my M13 to the M9 but the pricing has kept me away so far.
     

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