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  1. #251

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    Just got one of these (Junior Barnyard) yesterday... wanted one for years. I've only had a few minutes with it, so no time to explore it at all, but just plugging it in, it sounds pretty authentic to me. I need some time with it, especially since NOTHING is labeled LOL... I've been digging, and I guess one toggle is a bass cut, and the other is a high cut. I'll figure it out.

    Now we need to somehow setup a comparison between the JB and the JJ-150! (the "other octal preamp pedal")

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  3. #252

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger9
    Just got one of these (Junior Barnyard) yesterday... wanted one for years. I've only had a few minutes with it, so no time to explore it at all, but just plugging it in, it sounds pretty authentic to me. I need some time with it, especially since NOTHING is labeled LOL... I've been digging, and I guess one toggle is a bass cut, and the other is a high cut. I'll figure it out.

    Now we need to somehow setup a comparison between the JB and the JJ-150! (the "other octal preamp pedal")
    Here's an image that explains the controls on the Jr. Barnyard pedal: Google Image Result for http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1080/6428/products/Jr_Barnyard_MANUAL_2020_grande.png?v=1604892009

  4. #253

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    Yeah, I found that pic, it was helpful. I basically leave both switches UP, which on my pedal means the left toggle (bright switch) is OFF, and the right toggle is UP, which means bass is CUT when I engage the boost side. Right now I'm running the preamp vol on about 10:30 and the boost vol at 0 (still adds gain), which allows me to toggle between 2 different gain settings***, with too much increase in volume.

    ***similar to the other "octal" pedal(thread here), the LL-150 demo video: they call one side "Oscar Moore" and the gainier side "Junior Banard" LOL

    I'd still like to check out the LL-150... for the sole fact that is has a master volume, or output control, if you will. Tavo never puts that on his pedals for some reason, and I find them quite handy... but no complaints about the tones of the JB: Tavo nailed it, imo. And if you have seen the videos of Johnathan Stout using one (in threads here), look them up! It really is like an EH-185 in a box. EHIAB lol
    Last edited by ruger9; 02-28-2021 at 02:51 PM.

  5. #254

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger9
    Yeah, I found that pic, it was helpful. I basically leave both switches UP, which on my pedal means the left toggle (bright switch) is OFF, and the right toggle is UP, which means bass is CUT when I engage the boost side. Right now I'm running the preamp vol on about 10:30 and the boost vol at 0 (still adds gain), which allows me to toggle between 2 different gain settings***, with too much increase in volume.

    ***similar to the other "octal" pedal(thread here), the LL-150 demo video: they call one side "Oscar Moore" and the gainier side "Junior Banard" LOL

    I'd still like to check out the LL-150... for the sole fact that is has a master volume, or output control, if you will. Tavo never puts that on his pedals for some reason, and I find them quite handy... but no complaints about the tones of the JB: Tavo nailed it, imo. And if you have seen the videos of Johnathan Stout using one (in threads here), look them up! It really is like an EH-185 in a box. EHIAB lol
    Your V2. Jr Barnyard ships on monday.. teheheheh

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  7. #256

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    The boost switch and knob on the v1 model has been been replaced with a blend control... you blend in the "mic channel" side as much as you want. All the same tones are still there, the boost just isn't foot switchable anymore. I like the new design. V1 will still be available for those who want the foot switchable boost.

  8. #257

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    Awesome awesome awesome. I love it even more than V1 !! I don't need the foot switchable boost, as to me this pedal is an AMP- I set it for the old-school tone and play. I use the blend knob for a dirt/EQ adjustment control....


    Turns my Gretsch(or tele)>PRRI into an ES-125>ES-150! Well, you know... kinda'... with an actual jazzbox, I would expect great results.


    Stellar work, Tavo!!Nocturne The Jr. Barnyard Preamp-img_1866-jpg

  9. #258

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    thanks, glad its workin out.

  10. #259

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nocturne Brain
    Your V2. Jr Barnyard ships on monday.. teheheheh
    And thanks for the El Pescadoro! I'm lovin' both parts of this ultra-hip pedal!

  11. #260

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    my pleasure!

  12. #261

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    Quote Originally Posted by clebergf
    Hello there friends. We recorded a new video for Quarantine Session and I used Jr. + AER Compact 60.
    I hope you enjoy it.


    awesome talent

  13. #262

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tavo Vega
    awesome talent
    WOW!!! Thank you so much!! W

  14. #263

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    how much cleaner can the nocturne get than your demo? I have the same AER setup. Lately I've been running my Vox pathfinder lineout into the AER effects return to bypass the AER eq/preamp in favor of the vox, but still have all the AER's volume. Way too much work!

    So i've got the aer and it might be nice to have this pedal to shape the sound a bit. I

  15. #264

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    I'm presently using my El Pescadoro (with its Jr. B. section) to warm up my Acoustic Image Series III Corus. Awesome Jazz Tone!

  16. #265

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    Quote Originally Posted by callouscallus
    how much cleaner can the nocturne get than your demo? I have the same AER setup. Lately I've been running my Vox pathfinder lineout into the AER effects return to bypass the AER eq/preamp in favor of the vox, but still have all the AER's volume. Way too much work!

    So i've got the aer and it might be nice to have this pedal to shape the sound a bit. I
    It can get a lot cleaner than Satin Doll video for sure. I like this little "crank" in the tone but you can control it.


    Here are some videos from others songs and there is more in my channel.





    Last edited by clebergf; 07-21-2021 at 01:00 PM.

  17. #266

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    I quite like the El Pescadoro for contemporary jazz tones, weirdly