a new pedal-rack...

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by mibu » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:46 pm

to get the GCP velcroed, you have to open the unit and then remove the four rubber feets.

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by Benguitar » Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:24 am

mibu wrote:to get the GCP velcroed, you have to open the unit and then remove the four rubber feets.

Ah-Ha, I'll give it a shot~ ;) :)

Hmm, Looks like this is more difficult than I thought..

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by robbydanger » Thu Jun 24, 2010 9:18 pm

Hey man,

Great looking rig and super clean. I've got two questions if that's cool:

1) What is the brand of the cream coloured pedal board in the 6th pic? I'm setting up my new rig at the moment and that looks like the perfect size for me.

2) On the updated board there is what looks like a Midi splitter? What is that?

Thanks

Robbydanger.

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by mibu » Thu Jun 24, 2010 10:18 pm

hi robbydabger
- the pedalboard is an older version of a Pedaltrain
- the midi splitter is a midi splitter from Midi Solutions, called Quadra Thru (very handy when you have to send midi to multiple units that have no midi thru connectors)

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by AnthonyLee » Fri Aug 12, 2011 1:18 am

Very Very Nice :D

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by domct203 » Thu Oct 06, 2011 5:54 am

mibu wrote:to get the GCP velcroed, you have to open the unit and then remove the four rubber feets.
I simply drilled 3/4" holes in the board to clear the rubber feet, YMMV.

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by LABANA » Tue May 15, 2012 12:54 pm

WOW MAn!... Very Very Nice looking!...
I wonder dough, could you please post the routing on the 2 GCX's??

I'd apreciated

PS: U could use one of these forms:
http://www.voodoolab.com/gcxdiagrams/bl ... heet_p.pdf

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by mibu » Tue May 15, 2012 10:03 pm

sorry labana, have no time to do a schematic for the routing, but all is very simple - all the pedals are in series. plus the midi circuit, which controls the 2 gcx, the lehle switcher on the pedalboard, the whammy and the delay. the main concern was the ground loop noises and this was solved by using transformers to galvanic separate the gcx units from the rest of the circuit.

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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by LABANA » Tue May 22, 2012 4:53 pm

Hey Amigo!!

Thanx any way, I apreciate your posting!

I just have a little question, why are you usig this connection on the picture I post!,
Do you really need to go over those in/out/thru ??

http://dany-labana.com/Transfer/LABANALIVE/PLUGS.tiff
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Re: a new pedal-rack...

Post by mibu » Tue May 22, 2012 10:13 pm

that’s because I used the input buffer on the first gcx and the input signal comes at the rear of the unit, so it must be wired to the front to go to the buffered input.

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