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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by christianm77
    I like the way I bought a drive pedal and people are still recommending other ones. It’s a true guitarists mindset haha. Surely one drive is never enough?
    I read your OP. And most reply’s. Missed that you got one. Still would recommend a Kingsley.


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  3. #102

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul.trapanese
    I read your OP. And most reply’s. Missed that you got one. Still would recommend a Kingsley.


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    no worries, I don’t mind really I’m not the thread police.

    But I ain’t got no money no more haha

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    Anyone have experience with the Atomic Ampli Firebox?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eck
    Anyone have experience with the Atomic Ampli Firebox?


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    didn't like at all.

    On the original subject, J Rockett "The Dude V2" is the best I've tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzucker
    didn't like at all.

    On the original subject, J Rockett "The Dude V2" is the best I've tried.
    And for those interested in the Dude, v2 is the same circuit as V1: the only change that was made was the value of the volume pot, so v2 has a more gradual taper; v1 went from "zero to hero" very quickly, v2 is much more controllable. But the tones are the same.

  7. #106

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger9
    And for those interested in the Dude, v2 is the same circuit as V1: the only change that was made was the value of the volume pot, so v2 has a more gradual taper; v1 went from "zero to hero" very quickly, v2 is much more controllable. But the tones are the same.
    oddly enough, when I got the V1 version, I hated it because of that and I contacted J Rockett and asked if they could lower the gain or change the value of the pot and they said "NO"...

  8. #107

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzucker
    oddly enough, when I got the V1 version, I hated it because of that and I contacted J Rockett and asked if they could lower the gain or change the value of the pot and they said "NO"...
    Well, that IS interesting... I guess he figured it out! Must have had something to do with the PCB construction, I guess? Making it too difficult to change the pot?

  9. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruger9
    Well, that IS interesting... I guess he figured it out! Must have had something to do with the PCB construction, I guess? Making it too difficult to change the pot?
    or ignoring the problem because he didn't feel like changing the layout or doing a custom, one-off mod...

  10. #109

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzucker
    oddly enough, when I got the V1 version, I hated it because of that and I contacted J Rockett and asked if they could lower the gain or change the value of the pot and they said "NO"...
    That's funny. I wrote to Fishman to complain about the efx controls layout and options on the original Loudbox series (was basically useless) and offered in detail a more flexible and usable layout. They never answered. When they came out with the 2nd (current) version, they're using the exact layout I suggested.

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    I've thought this question over a great deal, and I've come to the conclusion that an SUV or a van would probably be the the best drive to play the fusion music. You would probably need a larger car than a compact to be able to fit the larger amp and all the pedals that you'd need to play that type of music...

    No, you don't have to thank me; helping people out is just my thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgcim
    I've thought this question over a great deal, and I've come to the conclusion that an SUV or a van would probably be the the best drive to play the fusion music. You would probably need a larger car than a compact to be able to fit the larger amp and all the pedals that you'd need to play that type of music...

    No, you don't have to thank me; helping people out is just my thing...
    You would be surprised how much stuff I could stuff in my Subaru Justy. I miss that little three-cylinder econobox.
    On the other hand, at my advanced age, the Rav4 is just the ticket. At least it has a CD player.*
    So, yeah, an SUV it is!

    * The Justy did have a swell cassette player.