Timmy pedal help

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by johnnyguitar, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. johnnyguitar

    johnnyguitar Long in the tooth Silver Supporting Member

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    can someone help me with how to set the switch inside a Timmy pedal..just got one but no manual..thanks in advance jearlyc@comcast.net
     
  2. erksin

    erksin Member

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    What exactly are you wanting to do?

    If you want it in the stock non-compressed mode - both dip switches down

    Asymetrical - either one up or down

    Most compressed - both up
     
  3. JPB

    JPB Member

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    How do you guys use the dipswitches? I like it most stock (both down) and haven't found a use for the other positions. Any Tips??
     
  4. tthompso7

    tthompso7 Guest

    I thought they sounded best as delivered (Paul's default)
     
  5. esoteric pete

    esoteric pete Member

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    +1
     
  6. erksin

    erksin Member

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    Me too - I have other OD boxes with compression so having the Timmy set to it's most open setting is a nice balance, especially is you stack them.
     
  7. 6789

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    I haven't looked inside the Timmy in a while, but I remember the switches being sideways - not up or down. If I hold the pedal vertically the switches go to the left or right. why do people say up or down? or am I not remembering correctly.

    so do people mean to the right is down and to the left is up?
     
  8. tthompso7

    tthompso7 Guest

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    You're correct but Paul refers to them as up and down on the instruction sheet...
     
  9. 6789

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    So to the left is up and to the right is down?
     

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