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  1. Originally Posted by aj_guitarist Looks great. It wouldn't it have been better to the input socket on the side? (just me i know!). That should last a lot longer then the normal wall-plug thanks I agree that it would look better on the side, only did it to save space (on the pedal board)
  2. Originally Posted by aj_guitarist Looks great. It wouldn't it have been better to the input socket on the side? (just me i know!). That should last a lot longer then the normal wall-plug thanks I agree that it would look better on the side, only did it to save space (on the pedal board)
  3. this forum always {censored}s the bed, then comes back for a bit, {censored}s the bed again. routine
  4. this forum always {censored}s the bed, then comes back for a bit, {censored}s the bed again. routine
  5. Originally Posted by macadood thats kick ass well done. though i've never had a boss psa fail on me the only problem I keep having with them is the cable fraying where it joins the housing, I have about 6 broken ones at home. I've repaired them numerous times, I guess I'm hard on my gear Originally Posted by duncan Looks fantastic! thanks Duncan, your new rig is amazing
  6. Originally Posted by macadood thats kick ass well done. though i've never had a boss psa fail on me the only problem I keep having with them is the cable fraying where it joins the housing, I have about 6 broken ones at home. I've repaired them numerous times, I guess I'm hard on my gear Originally Posted by duncan Looks fantastic! thanks Duncan, your new rig is amazing
  7. Originally Posted by k tone That looks cool. If you move {censored} around you could put a footswitch on top to power off your board. not a bad idea. I was thinking about putting a toggle switch with a big indicator light on it. Originally Posted by King Rat Nice. thanks, it should be way more reliable, so I think it was worth it.
  8. Originally Posted by k tone That looks cool. If you move {censored} around you could put a footswitch on top to power off your board. not a bad idea. I was thinking about putting a toggle switch with a big indicator light on it. Originally Posted by King Rat Nice. thanks, it should be way more reliable, so I think it was worth it.
  9. got sick of fixing mine all the time, so I rehoused the sumbitch. this one's a PSA-120, my next one will be an odschool ACA. started as a busted one of these soldered some new leads to the AC receptacle, reattatched the DC lead, stuffed it into a Hammond box the AC receptacle looks stupid on top, but it will save pedalboard real estate, I have a right angle AC cable as well so it won't stick up in the air. voila
  10. Originally Posted by macadood There's a rc-2 on TGP for $120 right now. Again, for that price, i'd much rather just use the looper mode on the DD-7. and get all of the fantastic delays along with it too. I completely agree with the DD-7 suggestion. I have an RC-2 and since I've owned the DD-7, I don't use it (or like it).
  11. Originally Posted by macadood There's a rc-2 on TGP for $120 right now. Again, for that price, i'd much rather just use the looper mode on the DD-7. and get all of the fantastic delays along with it too. I completely agree with the DD-7 suggestion. I have an RC-2 and since I've owned the DD-7, I don't use it (or like it).
  12. Originally Posted by brokenfixed Yeah so my bassist came over with a (2) 15" PA Cabinet and thought it was 8ohms so we hooked up next to a a 4X10 Hartke Cab and pushed it with my Yorkville 400watt bass head. It lasted a few hours and just cut out and wont turn on now. I'm assuming the cab was a 4ohm and we were pushing 2 ohms total and it overheated. My question is what to do now? What exactly broke? How do I check it out myself? What am I looking for here? Do modern bass heads have a fuse or thermal switch inside them? I'd assume they would. Heres what the head looks like Any help would be appreciated. the old Traynor heads had a pushbutton fuse, which was handy. not sure about the newer Bassmaster you have there. I'd pop the lid and see if there's an internal fuse. solid state heads aren't as sensitive to impedance mismatches, so it seems odd. were you really pushing it hard? if so I would expect transformer failure, but maybe/hopefully there's thermal protection. if you didn't see any smoke or smell anything burning, you're probably ok.
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