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Old 04-07-2015, 04:20 AM   #31
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I said left of compressor Boss. Upper center
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Old 04-07-2015, 01:00 PM   #32
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I said left of compressor Boss. Upper center
Oh sorry 'bout that, I was just going left to right and totally missed you got that. Ha ha, oops! Yeah, that looks like the Vemuran pedal that's been pointed out.
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Old 04-07-2015, 05:03 PM   #33
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Dont worry mate!! But the question now is in the left of vemuram what is?
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Old 04-07-2015, 11:59 PM   #34
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Vemuram is fuzz pedal, right? just askin'
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Old 04-08-2015, 04:24 AM   #35
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No. Booster. Like boss FA1
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Old 04-08-2015, 07:58 PM   #36
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The Edge's new rig

words of Bob Bradshaw answering a question about digitech Dl8 in facebook. "Sorry..DL-8 just a place holder" and about de TC2290 officialy retired, the delay of TC2290 will be emulated with AXE FX XL #4, also words of Bob.


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Old 04-09-2015, 12:06 AM   #37
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Isn't Vemuran sort of fuzz because it's based on Rangemaster, the famous fuzz people used in 60s and it's kind of shaped like that.


EDIT: found out, it's versatile so if you roll the volume off, it'll sound like booster and if you turn up, it'll be classic germanium fuzz.
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Old 04-09-2015, 12:07 AM   #38
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Why the TC was retired? I thought it was reliable!
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I guess having everything in one unit is very convenient. and if TC breaks (big if), then nobody can fix it properly 'cause it's out of production.
I agree with him on not using TC because it's easily replicated with any sort of good digital delay.
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and don't worry.... By Bob, the FA-1 is in the rack possibly hidden but is in there...
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I was surprised to see that Edge replaced the 2290 alright, he's had them for years. But then again, the Axe pretty much covers all of his sounds.

I know the Delays on the Axe are great, I thought he could have replaced the 2290 with some TC D Two units, they are quite a good unit, and of course are the 2290's younger brother, and they are not as big, saving rack space.

Also interesting is that Edge now has his Stompboxes in a drawer, rather than on top of the rack. I suppose it must have been time consuming when they were on top, having to take them off and take all the cables out at the end of a gig,and then having to put them back on top and rewire it all at the next gig, now Dallas does not have to do that, because they are all connected to the CAE pedal looper/switcher permanently.


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If that delay is just a placeholder, we can just assume that not all of pedals shown wont end up in the thing

I know 4 axe-fx's are bit too much, thou I assume that everything is backed-up one way or another, so even pedals are for redundancy.
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no. maybe in the back of these must be the FA1 and the Harmonic Transformer


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Also interesting is that Edge now has his Stompboxes in a drawer, rather than on top of the rack. I suppose it must have been time consuming when they were on top, having to take them off and take all the cables out at the end of a gig,and then having to put them back on top and rewire it all at the next gig, now Dallas does not have to do that, because they are all connected to the CAE pedal looper/switcher permanently.
Or..... far more likely, they just lowered the board onto which they were fixed to a flat position and put a cover over it. Like I can do with my rack. I highly doubt a single pedal was taken off after a show, other then to be replaced by a different pedal. The whole point of having these pro built rigs not just integration, its to facilitate changeovers. All your effect units in a casing that is easy to hook up before a show and easy to break down afterwards.

I suspect that the reason that the pedals were on top in a slanted position was so the guitarist could still have easy access to them during a live show. After all, rack units have presets, pedals generally don't. So some knob twiddling was to be expected. Since the trend however seems to be with guitarists to have their rig off stage with their guitar tech there is no more need to have pedals on top. Thus the drawers.
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The Edge's new rig

i have another question. the rack wah is a new one right? i think is a new built. cause the old one the xlr was connected in the fron and that is connected in the back because the wah pedal in the pedalboard has his cable that goes to the rack. well it goes to the lower rack the splitter or something and later i imagine that goes to the back


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