Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Bobbofallenstar, Mar 25, 2015.
You forgot to ask about weight. To the exact thousandth.
How many hours does the speaker have on it, in increments of 10 minutes?
You’re a lawyer, this one should be easy.
RIP Joao Gilberto
If we were on the same continent I’d do us both a favor and take the 10” Gold off your hands.
First gear oriented thing I did after getting home from vacation today? Plugged into the @ClinchFX EP-Pre that was waiting for me!
My brothers, you need one of these. All of you.
Every time @erksin or someone else talks about how the EP-3 makes everything sound bigger and better (even without the echo) --- you get that with the EP-Pre.
And while you won't know this from his site (fix that, Peter!) the pedal now has an external early/late preamp voicing toggle.
Yep - Fox Tower. I hate that theater though, lol.
Yeah also that.
So are you planning to use the EP-Pre in the same signal chain with one of your Echoplexes?
I’ve done similar with zero issues.
Not 100% sure.
The likeliest scenario is that I'll use it before my analog delay when I don't feel like firing up the Echoplex for whatever reason (e.g., very low volume playing when the mechanical noise of the EP-3 is most noticeable.)
Good to know!
I find the mechanical noise soothing. lol
Ha. Yeah, it's not bad at all.
I'm talking very low volume situations --- like when I want to play while watching a show on tv. I don't need the full ep-3 experience then, soothing or not.
TOAN SOFA FTMFW
Got dam right!
I attributed omissions of Mitchell and Blaine (or Carol Kaye!) interviews to their health. That being said, being given so little attention was glaring. Joni, in particular. I'd include the entire "Wrecking Crew" in this assessment, as well. I also felt that Arthur Lee and Love should've at least been mentioned. The Doors weren't mentioned, but I could attribute that to their not being "folk rock".
I also felt that the modern artist "super group" (Jacob Dylan, Beck, Regina Spector, Fiona Apple, Norah Jones, Cat Power, Justine Bennett, and Jade Castrinos) was fairly uninspiring (the backing band was very cool - I want to be in that band!).
"Criticisms" aside, the Clapton & Stills guitar overdub sessions were cool and the Neil Young overdub session (closed the film) was EPIC!!!!
They should have had Jonathan Wilson and Jenny Lewis in that band instead of Beck and Jade.
Jade and Regina showed far more personality than any of the other singers. The others may have been reverent, but those two looked like they were enjoying themselves.
I have a guy that is really good. Let me know if you ever need an in...
Thanks for the kind words. It's nice to know that we're still the one.
What power supply voltage are you running, 9V or 12V?
There's a new website on the way, hopefully within a month. It will cover the changes and will have a shopping cart. There didn't seem to be much point in updating the existing website.