Size of TIM and TIMMY

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  1. doomy3

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    I have one of each on the way, and am trying to leave room on my pedal board for them...can someone please tell me the dimensions of them? Thanks
     
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    Man, I've scoured this entire board to find them - the dimensions are nowhere to be found. Tim - I'm not so sure about...but I realized Timmy looks like it's housed in a standard MXR style box. Which is 2 3/8" X 4 3/8". I've been trying to get in touch with Paul C for the past two evenings to order a Timmy - If I get through tonight I'll be sure to ask him.
     
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    the foot print of the tim is roughly twice that of a timmy, the tim is considerably taller and there are 2 knobs on the front(away from you) and the loop jacks so yeah it is twice the size if a mxr pedal for a ballpark size.
     
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    From pics it looks like the TIM is about the size of a Fulldrive 2...Is that about right?
     
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    timmy is the size of an mxr pedal. I just got mine today =).
     
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    I will say from my memoryof mine that it is a hammond 1590u box at 4.7x4.7x2.17. but I could be wrong.:jo
     
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    Are the input and output jacks on the sides of both of these pedals?
     
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    Anybody know if this is right? 4.7x4.7?
     
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    Close, it's 3.7x4.7x2.2, Hammond 1950C. The knobs on the back stick out about 3/4 of an inch or an inch if you have the drive pulled out.
     
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    OK thanks, now is the 3.7 this way <-------> or is it 4.7 accross?
     
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    Very cool, I believe that the "rare orange" Timmy pedal is mine! :dude Here's a pic with my Tim, the pedal looks more red in my picture.

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