Xotic EP Booster - placement in chain and dip switch settings

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jbert58, Dec 22, 2009.


  1. jbert58

    jbert58 Silver Supporting Member

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    So what are yours - before or after dirt and stock or vintage ???

    So far mine is before dirt with stock dip switch settings.

    jbert
     
  2. sutherland

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    Right after all my dirt and right before my MXR Carbon Copy.
     
  3. 62Tele

    62Tele Supporting Member

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    Before dirt, stock settings. Sounds great like that so I'm not screwing with it.
     
  4. Hugh DaMann

    Hugh DaMann Silver Supporting Member

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    Stock settings, last in chain after Nova Repeater and MXR Carbon Copy. Haven't messed with anything becasue it sounds great. Should I? I'm not using it a boost, I just leave it on all the time.
     
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    dsmc80 Supporting Member

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    Bass boost off at the end of the chain.
     
  6. MjCartney

    MjCartney Neo-Maxi Zoom Dweebie Silver Supporting Member

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    Ditto that. 9:00 and almost always on is working for me. First pedal is a comp, then vibe, then the EP Boost, then dirt, then mod and delay.
     
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    Put it in the loop if possible. It sounded like ass in front of my with the distortion channel but good into a clean amp. In the loop it works great either way. Plug it in and leave it on.
     
  8. jb1911

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    I've tried it in and out of the loop, in front of a few different amps and with a few guitars with many different pedals and it didn't sound anything like ass in any situation.
     

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