very interesting. cool design! what do you mean by "to feed a volume pedal?" the tone loss because of the volume pedal maybe?It's a buffer (MXR CAE 401) it's always on (boost turned to 0) and used to feed a volume pedal off to the side. I did add a strap of aluminum over it to help keep it in place, screwed to the front rail of the PT and some velcro underneath.
if you have pictures, i would love to see what you did. thanks.I downsized (with most of my pedals still staying) from a pt pro to a pt2 by putting power supply, ep pre (always on) and a lehle splitter underneath.
I also saved space by putting the switches of the 2 barber launch pads (again always on) inside the pedals themselves which then gave me a 'shelf' to put other pedals on, ie mp swaw and turbo tuner.
all up on a pt2 I got something like 16-17 pedals including vol pedals, and loopers
heavy little bugger
As a matter of fact yes, the pedal hit so I went to Ace Hardware and found some screw in feet, they have a nylon bushing that goes into the leg then the foot screws into that. It gave me a little more hight and let the buffer clear the floor.jakeddy, did you add some "levelers" up front to raise the board for clearance? That looks great BTW.
will try and get some pics up soonif you have pictures, i would love to see what you did. thanks.
It depends...at one time I had a Bixonic Expandora set to "Explodo Tone" under the riser on my board...switched it on and off via a remote loop switcher...it made a wild ass noise and guitar geeks looking at my board had NO idea what I had just done!what and why did you mount underneath your board?