Show your Cornish in your Pedalboard

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by hathisisfunnyha, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. hathisisfunnyha

    hathisisfunnyha Member

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    I am really interested in buying some of the Cornish stuff but I wanted to see who is really using any of it and how its lies in your chain.

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  2. todd richman

    todd richman Senior Member

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  3. Stanley

    Stanley Supporting Member

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    Pete reccommends that you use his pedals from high gai to low gain hence my setup

    Comp > P1 > G2 > SS3 > TC2290 Delay > Cornish Chorus > Amp
     
  4. gweeterman1

    gweeterman1 Supporting Member

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    It needs re-wiring, but here's an indication:

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  6. todd richman

    todd richman Senior Member

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    jimmy, wow!!! Tone report on the Super Chorus, please.
     
  7. Ted Witcher

    Ted Witcher Member

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    Had this...
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    Then went to this...
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    ... where I had my P-2 rehoused in a more ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing way.
     
  8. Guitar James

    Guitar James Member

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    Not on my board in this pic but here are my pedals.

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  9. Stanley

    Stanley Supporting Member

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    Awesome stuff -

    Here is mine (on my desk as im noodling with settings all the time:) )

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    P1 G2 SS3 & Super Chorus

    I need a TES :(
     
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  10. Guitar James

    Guitar James Member

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    Stanley,

    Sweet rig you have there. Is there much difference between the P-1 and the P-2 pedals?
     
  11. Hiwatt Bob

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    currently it's this (ss-2/3 after the fuzzface, before delay):

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    used to be like this when i also owned the P-2:

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  12. Stanley

    Stanley Supporting Member

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    I have not tried the P2 but I know a lot of people on the Gilmour forums who have both say the P2 has more mids. The P1 is based on the rams head muff (is a clone of Gilmours fave muff that he gave to Pete years back) and the P2 is Petes own take on a muff so I believe a fair bit diff!!

    I am the opposite of you and would love to try a P2 lol
     
  13. Guitar James

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    lol yes I would love to try a P-1:p The P-2 is one of my favourite pedals. Huge ,thick distortion.
     
  14. goldie-gold

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    Wow. So Cornish pedals are kind of addictive then?

    Any of you Cornish whores got any clips. I'd love to hear the sounds you are making with them.
     
  15. Stanley

    Stanley Supporting Member

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    They sure are - Pete's stuff is all about the sounds you dont hear. You get pure effect and little noise, hum, clicks etc hence everything sounds pure and the Fuzz pedals have great clarity, balance and amp like response.

    My new pedal the Super Chorus is cool - of course its the CE2 however it is dead silent and AC powered with ridiculous headroom - he has added a parallel mix knob for perfect blend into your signal path which for me is invaluable for my rig - my old CE2 pedal got lost in the mix when placed after my TC2290 etc totally unuseable however I wanted the CE2 sound. Of course it sounds better with the replacement of the cheap components however with the stereo out his features to me make it the best Chorus pedal around sonically and feature wise!

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    I intend making clips when my imac arrives!!!
     
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  16. KennyM

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    Wow, just posted this pic in another thread. Pete Cornish finally made me like pedals. And yes they are addictive.....

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  17. 57special

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    gotta have a double P-2!
     
  18. zachman

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    Cornish Rig: (Not mine, but I thought some of you may appreciate it:

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  19. 57special

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    the NG-2 adds noise and mayhem. I've heard worse (in a good way), but it's pretty trashy.
     
  20. pear gage

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    Pedals that ugly, bulky and expensive MUST sound good!
     

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