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ha i'm not the only one, it seems like he might need a crybaby (if it is one) for the audience is listening, the horsie's are a little more subtleLordHar wrote:Am I seeing things, or isn't he using his Bad Horsey anymore but a Crybaby instead?
sry didn't see the bottom partJeroen wrote:I think it's jem => volume => wah => ds1/ts => whammy => mxr. But don't read it as gospel, I'm not 100% sure.pagliai wrote:Ok,
First of all thank you so much to you Jeroen, you rule.
Now of course i 've got some technical questions for ya.
Here he goes into the wha ----ibanez screamer-----ds1-------volume-----phaser--------whammy?
Because i think he goes with volume into FX loop
So what is the correct signal path for this pedalboard?
Don't know. I figgured he used one for mains, one for the fretless neck of the double neck / accoustic and one for backup in case one blows.Amps
Does he still use main amp for send /return and return amp for return?
Eek! What I know is that the Zoom is there for the cat sound of the fretless part of the double neck (for 'Glorious').RacK
FRom send to zoom outL/R ----------------gforce down(comp + delay)-------gforce up(delay+chorus) is it correct?
FX preset for this preset
Zoom is a slapback delay is it right?
gforce 1 is a long delay
gforce 2 is a stereo delay + doubling with chorus?
Seems to me both G-forces sits in the loop of each of the active Legacys (which matches with the legacy layout I mentioned above).
They're both on preset with Delay and Compression. I'm sure that there are also presets with chorus and other delay settings (for example for Whispering, one part needs a specific delay). But he can switch those from his DMC ground Control.
These are my (uneducated) guesses.is it correct?
Please Jeroen you were really a golden help so if you can replay at these questions i 'll really grateful ,really.
Thank you so much in avance
Oh, and the dunlop wah is there because of the particular sound Steve needs for "The Audience Is Listning", my guess it's too much trouble to bring out a BH also, given the chronic lack of pedalboard real estate and the need to replug a lot during the show.
you're right RAI, he's already getting endorsed for the alligator anyway
www.tceletronic.com should work... musician's friend sells the g-force for about $1500 and the g-major for about $400.blackwell wrote:could someone send me a link or something for the g-force or g-major system and how much they go for, tah!!!