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Diary Of An Axeman

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Anything that sounds good.
Since the 1980's, I switched to all M.I.D.I. Implementation, but man, there are too many unique foot pedals than no multi effects unit or rack processors can emulate , so I got a Decibel Eleven Loop Expander to include foot pedals with M.I.D.I. control.
My favorite pedals are ; the Seymour Duncan SFX-1 Pickup Booster ( got two on my board), Arion Hot Watt 2, Behringer AM100 Acoustic Modeler ( sounded better than the Boss AC2 or AC3), Electro Harmonix Ravish pedal, Digitech Freqout pedal, MX 10 band Eq and Boss GE-7 Band Eq, that are in my Decibel Eleven Loop Expander's loops .
 

Diary Of An Axeman

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I can't find a pedalboard case for my multi effects board .
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So now I have to order some 4' ×8' MDF Board whip out my table saw and make one . Order the latches, hinges and locking mechanism.
But first, I have to make Blue print on my computer and design the case.
I want one where I can just take off the lid and just plug in the input and output , going into my rack.
 

Diary Of An Axeman

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I added a Decibel Eleven Loop Expander to include a EHX Ravish Sitar simulator pedal, a Boss GE-7 band Eq ( to simulate a nylon string GTR), MXR 10 band Eq to add more dynamics to my distorted tones. It gives me MIDI Control over those foot pedals.

It has a buffer to convert my guitar signal from high impedance to low impedance.
Cool thing, I can use the 4th loop to change channels on a non MIDI amp.

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bridget_murphy837

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Adding the Decibel Eleven Loop Expander for pedals like the EHX Ravish Sitar simulator, Boss GE-7 band EQ, and MXR 10 band EQ offers great versatility and MIDI control. The buffer ensures signal quality, and using the fourth loop to change amp channels adds flexibility.
 
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