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Wonderlove/Boss LS-2 question... in or after loop?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by enjoi1018, Dec 3, 2012.


  1. enjoi1018

    enjoi1018 Supporting Member

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    Is there anyway (with any type switcher such as the LS-2 or other switcher of some sort) to have a effect either in the loop of the Wonderlove or after it?

    Specifically, I'm speaking a true bypass strip with most of my effects loaded in it. :D

    I love what I can do with all of it in the filter, but sometimes I want that filter quack to be delayed, not filter the delay. I thought maybe a LS-2 could work its magic, but I haven't solved this. Maybe I should try again on paper...

    If this could be solved with some type of cheap bypass switch of some sort, I'd be floored.

    HALP! Please!
     
  2. alec

    alec

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    Some Wounded Paw Blenders have a knob that lets you run two loops either in parallel, or series A>B or B>A. This wouldn't use the Wonderlove's FX loop - instead you'd run a cable into the Blender, then put the Wonderlove in one loop and delay, etc in the other loop.

    Or Spencer might be able to customise a Wonderlove so the loop could be switched before or after the filter.
     
  3. enjoi1018

    enjoi1018 Supporting Member

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    Cool. I'm really set on having the Wonderlove's input coming straight from my bass to maximize dynamics. So I guess it's really a matter of the loop and the out jacks. Maybe I'm asking too much.

    I've got two ideas that would make the WL worth $400 to me personally. It would be worth what I paid, plus the pedalboard adjustment funds I would make. I just know he's super busy.

    Maybe he can chime in here!
     
  4. enjoi1018

    enjoi1018 Supporting Member

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    bump for a remedy!
     
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  6. enjoi1018

    enjoi1018 Supporting Member

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    Got an email from Spencer saying he was going to think on the idea, but says it would probably have to be a separate stomp box. I'm fine with that! That allows the most customization.

    Any gurus out have a helping hand?
     

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