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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse View Post
    sweet setup Nick, how does that boss unit work???

    All of the pedals go into the back of the unit and form separate loops. When a pedal isn't on the patch selected it's completely taken out of the signal chain. Then there's also midi that's going into the amp that controls the channel switches. So I can choose 5 separate loops (chain of pedals) along with programming the channel changes on the amp with the Boss unit.

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    See thats what I was wondering about when I first saw it (bypassed when out of loop), and I was just sitting there thinking about all of the combinations you have there. I bet thats awesome once you get it figured out.
    What are you doing for noise reduction? Are you using a power conditioner or something else to ensure the mV stay constant for your pedal chain?
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    Nick, can you do a video showing what it can do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalchurch View Post
    See thats what I was wondering about when I first saw it (bypassed when out of loop), and I was just sitting there thinking about all of the combinations you have there. I bet thats awesome once you get it figured out.
    What are you doing for noise reduction? Are you using a power conditioner or something else to ensure the mV stay constant for your pedal chain?
    I didn't point it out in the video but the HOF and Strymon are on a riser and there's a Strymon power supply underneath there powering the entire board so I don't have to worry about the pedals getting correct power.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse View Post
    Nick, can you do a video showing what it can do?
    Yea I definitely will. Anything in particular you'd like to see? It's literally only a few buttons to add or remove pedals.

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    Just rip into something and do some patch changes
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    demo video!


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    how does the selector designate order of the pedals you select on each patch ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllroyPA View Post
    how does the selector designate order of the pedals you select on each patch ?
    Each pedal is in a designated 5 loop layout and I can set up those loops in any order I want. So it's really up to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiftpoint View Post
    Each pedal is in a designated 5 loop layout and I can set up those loops in any order I want. So it's really up to you.
    That's pretty neat, so you can play around with having this pedal in front of that, or that pedal in front of this without physically changing anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftrb View Post
    That's pretty neat, so you can play around with having this pedal in front of that, or that pedal in front of this without physically changing anything?
    Yup, there's a menu that allows you to select the order of each loop so if you want one pedal in front of the other it lets you do that.

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