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Discussion in 'Effects Pedals, Strings and more' started by knight_yyz, Oct 29, 2019.

  1. knight_yyz

    knight_yyz Gold Member

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    Location:
    Hamilton, Ontario
    Yes that's right I got 7 pedals from Japan today. The Behringer Vintage phaser which is an exact clone of the
    Phase 90, the Pearl AD-09 Analog Delay with stereo out, and Pearl graphic EQ, Mooer Ana Echo delay which is a Boss DM2 clone and the MXR Micro Amp and the LPB1. Some will be flipped and some will be kept...

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  2. mhammer

    mhammer

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    Location:
    Ottawa, Ontario
    The Pearl pedals are keepers. The Micro-Amp and LPB-1 are more or less past their best-before dates. Once upon a time they were elegant solutions, but there are better things out there for the same purpose. As for the Vintage Phaser, it's a clone of the Small Stone, not the MXR unit.

    There are many easy and worthwhile mods that can be done to both of those phasers. I can talk you through them if you're up to it. Now that we have your Rangemaster working. ;)

    But congrats. That's most of a pedalboard!
     
  3. knight_yyz

    knight_yyz Gold Member

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    Location:
    Hamilton, Ontario
    I fiddled with the MXR micro amp and I really like it! Makes Timmy a medium gain pedal. The LPB1 is a bit noisy for my liking. I have a VFE Enterprise ( 4 knobs and a 3 way switch for #stages and a 2 way for the univibe feature), so I really don't need a fancy phaser.

    As for the Behringer phaser I listened to a demo of it vs the MXR phase 90 and there was no difference at all... so I assumed it was cloned from the MXR...

    My rangemaster is not quite done. Still waiting for the power inverter chip. It's ready to solder but I don't have an enclosure yet so I am taking my time. Going to do something special (paint wise )for the rangemaster and the buffer pedal I made.

    So the plan is the buffer will be mounted to the side of the board. Then into the compressor. Compressor is the switcher input. So to plug into the board I will plug into the side mounted buffer (always on) That way all the other pedals get a dedicated "spot". The LPB1 is a mock up for the rangemaster.... The Mooer will be setup for Slapback the Pearl is for fiddling.... Not sure how I am going to handle the EQ, I may put it on the amp the way a Rangemaster was used in the 60's...

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    Last edited: Oct 29, 2019

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