Sun Lion, size ?

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  1. pepperco

    pepperco Member

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    hello,

    Ever clear out a space on your cramped pedalboard for
    an incoming pedal ? The waiting is the hardest part.

    I'm going to say the Sun lion is
    4 and 1/2 wide, by
    3 and 1/2 deep ?

    Am I right ?

    THANKS !!!
     
  2. bullet69

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    ask analogmike he makes them
     
  3. basscracker

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    with the KOT out again,i don't think Mike has much time for mesuring pedals.pretty sure it's right around [FONT=arial,helvetica,sans-serif][FONT=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]4.7" x 3.7" x 1.18.these #s are from a Hammond BB clone box.
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  4. Jemlite

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    Looks like the same box as his big Bicomp and Clone Chorus turned sideways, or the KOT.

    Not much going on inside...
    http://www.analogman.com/sunlion.htm

    ...But, on my list of pedals to hunt down someday.
     
  5. Teahead

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    Having owned both parts separately, I can assure you there's everything you need in there.
     
  6. bduguay

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    Did anyone else notice that the first pictureof the Sunlion, the outside veiw, shows the in and out jacks mounted to the top of the enclosure and the second picture, the inside shot, shows them mounted to the sides of the enclosure?
    How do they move around like that I wonder?;)
    B.
     
  7. pepperco

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    thanks man !

    I sure hope the inputs are on the top....!

    or else I'm going to need a new pedalboard :cool: :rotflmao
    :p :p
     
  8. Jemlite

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    My point was more or less that the box didn't need to be all that big.

    ...I've spent some time with a SunFace and dug it.
     
  9. theelectic

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    What's the order of the FX, fuzz into treble boost or treble boost into fuzz?
     
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  11. jdsgilmour

    jdsgilmour Suffering from chronic gearitis Gold Supporting Member

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    As far as the jacks go, the very early ones (prototypes and maybe the first 10) had the jacks on the sides. Mike then moved them to the top as he thought it was more pedalboard friendly (other reasons may have been involved, too, but that's the reason he told me). When I ordered mine from Mike, he told me I could have one that he just made with the jacks on the side, or wait a week or two and get it with the jacks on the top. I took the one that was already made. Because it is #9, I'm guessing maybe only the first 10 or so have side mounted jacks.

    John
     

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