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Discussion in 'Amps, Mics & Pickups [DB]' started by Chris Fitzgerald, Mar 8, 2019.
Anybody tried one? Feature set looks nice, although I can't tell what the input impedance is.
TB's Aged Horse would know for sure... but based on my conversations with him about input inpedence generally, I would guess it's around 1Mohm.
Moving on from the para so quickly!?
Not at all! But I have discovered that it sounds even better in front of the fdeck, and that’s two boxes... variable HPF is just a necessary tool however you slice it.
Be careful......you might end up with a pedal board.
What’s wrong with a pedalboard?
This goes into my powered MAS 18...
That’s quite the impressive set up.
do you run the Tonedexter into the Grace Felix or use them separately with diferent instruments?
The TD and tuner are in the “Insert” (effect) loop. So the signal goes first into the Felix. And once set up, it’s easy to add other pedals into the loop (though I have yet to find a pedal I want to add to the loop)
That's a lot of knobs. Here's mine:
@sevenyearsdown What does the middle pedal do? Is it like botox for piezos?
I wrote a lengthy review for it. I absolutely love what it does, but it's not for purists.
Of course I am envious about the Felix. But if I had a setup like that, I would do an effort to make it work with just the Tonedexter. For simplicity, and the shortest, simplest signal path.
Ideally yes. But I have to run my MAS at full volume and the TD doesn’t quite get there. Also, the Felix does something quite nice to that signal path.
I went with the Fdeck after sound companies took 3 of my Countrymen. (Countryman plural) Honestly, I think the Fdeck is about as good, with more functions. But as someone I respect a lot once said... "The less wires, the better". As much as I try to follow that concept, sometimes ya just gotta hook um up.
The Broughton is my HPF. The countryman allows me split my signal so that I'm sending the same feed to my amp and FOH. The Ampeg is used just as a power amp through the FX return. The pedals are always on, unless really low volume then I don't need a HPF.
I should have clarified.... The Fdeck does the 10 megohm about as well. It also has a HPF and a phase switch. The Countryman is a GREAT 10 megohm DI.
Agreed, it's one of a very few DI that work well wit a Walter Woods Amp and it's built like a tank.
When I used an Underwood pickup, I had a Countryman Velcro'd to the side of the map. Worked very well.
You were on a world tour?
Pedal boards? Just like Charlie's...or Ron's...or Dave's...?