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fly135

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Had to paste together a wide angle. Both the G3 and the GR-55 go to the mixer and are sent to the aux bus. The aux bus feeds the RC-50 loop station and the output of the RC-50 goes back to the mixer, then to the PA (which is a stereo power and regular Yamaha home stereo speakers).

I send the "guitar out" (it's a separate output. the normal output goes to the mixer) of the GR-55 to the pedalboard. The guitar out can be programmed to send the guitar pups or the hex pickup to the pedalboard. When using the hex pickups I can simulate various guitars and change the tuning, add octaves, etc... I can program a control switch on the GR-55 to switch pretty much anything.

 

lspaulsp

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Had to paste together a wide angle. Both the G3 and the GR-55 go to the mixer and are sent to the aux bus. The aux bus feeds the RC-50 loop station and the output of the RC-50 goes back to the mixer, then to the PA (which is a stereo power and regular Yamaha home stereo speakers).

I send the "guitar out" (it's a separate output. the normal output goes to the mixer) of the GR-55 to the pedalboard. The guitar out can be programmed to send the guitar pups or the hex pickup to the pedalboard. When using the hex pickups I can simulate various guitars and change the tuning, add octaves, etc... I can program a control switch on the GR-55 to switch pretty much anything.

OK fly don't take this personal, cause I don't know for sure. I'm just making a point.


The RC-50 probably has a tuner, the GR probably has one, I know the M-5 does, and so does the G3.

It's funny how almost everyone (me included) has a tuner on their pedalboard :huh................................. Oh yea, my planet waves just quit working.
 

fly135

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It's funny how almost everyone (me included) has a tuner on their pedalboard :huh................................. Oh yea, my planet waves just quit working.
It sort of got left over from all the changes. Mainly because it's on all the time, which the other tuners can't really do.
 

narwhale

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No pics of my G3 board at the moment, but I wasn't really impressed with the accuracy of the tuner. It's very fidgety and reminds me of those cheap digital Korgs. Plus it's annoying having to hold the button down for 4 seconds to mute. That's really my only complaint with the G3, but for now the Polytune stays on my board, crowded though it may be (using a PT mini). If I ever 'need' space for another pedal I'll probably just rely on a Snark.
 

buddaman71

Student of Life
Gold Supporting Member
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Cool board. I own one G3 and my very first thought after using it awhile is that it would be super cool to use one for comps/drives in front of the amp and one for mods/delays/verbs in the loop. Basically, that's exactly how I've always set up my analog pedalboards, in 4CM, so pretty cool. It's a neat little pedal and sounds great. Personally, I have zero problem with the tuner and find it works great for me.
 

caylor02

Member
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Sorry to bump the old thread. But, I wanted to show my newly completed G3 rig. Not the prettiest but very effective and mobile!!

Let me know what everybody thinks!

Thanks

Adam







 

neastguy

Silver Supporting Member
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Sorry to bump the old thread. But, I wanted to show my newly completed G3 rig. Not the prettiest but very effective and mobile!!

Let me know what everybody thinks!

Thanks

Adam







or how did you attach yours? :)
 




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