Rehousing Damage Control Pedals?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by apitakos, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. apitakos

    apitakos Member

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    Anyone know if its possible to rehouse any of the old huge cumbersome damage control pedals?
     
  2. Fitzer

    Fitzer Member

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    It's possible to rehouse anything. Question is, how much trouble are you willing to go through to do it?
     
  3. dramaticrunner

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    Refusing a damage control pedal will probably make it bigger :)
     
  4. apitakos

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    Thanks, that's to bad. I really want a glass nexus and just can't handle the whole blueness and the bigness
     
  5. Hey_wilson

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    Yea I feel the same way. great pedals they are just so massive!
     
  6. feet

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    old school bump! i was wondering if we as a society have developed the technology to make this possible since this thread first happened. :)
     
  7. Gary Brennan

    Gary Brennan Old cavorting member Gold Supporting Member

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    Have asked them several times via TGP threads to reissue it as a 1 rack space, but they don't seem interested. Missing the boat on this me thinks....

    gb
     
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    Just wait for Strymon to release it.
     
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    Gary Brennan Old cavorting member Gold Supporting Member

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    That's the same folks who are showing no interest, no?
     
  10. voorhiessa

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    All of the sudden, I'm desiring another liquid blues. If anyone out there has one, pm me!
     
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    I just think they'll eventually release it in the same form factor as the Timeline. There's been plenty of interest, if you search around a few different TGP threads. I know I'd buy one immediately, and I'm not alone...
     
  12. feet

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    for what purpose, or rather, how did you use it? i'm finding my new hotcake clone sounds pretty similar, though fizzier on one end and fuzzier on the other- maybe the bluesberry mode would make them closer. maybe try the strymon compressor/boost thing? could they be similar?

    i'm all for smaller versions of old tube favorites. i don't know about this rack business, though.
     
  13. voorhiessa

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    I don't mind the bigness. To me, if you like a pedal enough, you'll make room.

    Anyway, the LB is excellent for low gain. Not much else though.
     
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    exactly what they say about the DMM.
     

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