Suhr Badger Effects Loop: Serial or Parallel?

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  1. drweller

    drweller Member

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    Tube driven, yes. Serial or Parallel? Can't find anything that says one way or the other...unless "Tube Driven" is indicative of one or the other.

    Dunno. Curious.

    Cheers!

    DW
     
  2. JoeB63

    JoeB63 Supporting Member

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    Cereal. I think it's Fruit Loops.
     
  3. drweller

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    Cool. Would prefer that - tend to find Serial Killer. :jo
     
  4. Husky

    Husky Gold Supporting Member

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    The badger is a series loop that works with line level or instrument level, you can add a minimix II to turn it into a great mix loop

    On the OD series

    We have two loops, one is tube buffered and series.
    The optional super hybrid loop has a mixer built in, low impedance and better current drive, option for series or parallel and has instrument or line level switch, also better for maintaing tone at lower volumes and still has tube recovery.
     
  5. drweller

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    Great! Thanks for taking the time - and Happy Holidays!

    Have a Badger 30 on the way. Excited - checking on loop type to see how to integrate the G-System and Nova System.
     

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