Invisible Man wrote:
This would be one of the hardest chains to plan out. How did you decide on that order? Seems super weird, which I intend as a compliment.
I wanted to have at least once reverb before fuzz (hence the afterneath), and I wanted the DS near the end of the chain so that I could feed it almost everything else. Didn't want the freeze all the way at the end, because I love how it sounds when fed to the Reverb. The X2 at the beginning is so that I can feed the board some loops (maybe backwards) and work a sound via the board that I can then either play over, or leave in the end Ditto, reset things, and keep playing. Looking at this again now, I should probably swap the WV over to where the TR is and move the TR+AR over one spot. I like having those next to each other because I can hit both oscillate/hold switches at once.
Ruiner wrote:great selection worra.
That Dream Sequence is looking a little heavy in the thighs though....
So true, it's a bit of a pain to hit. I'm actually considering getting another SMALL board, so I can chain them together. I told myself I'd try to stay away from super massive boards because I feel that a bit of self-limitation spurs creativity - but goddamn if I don't often get mad that I can't squeeze just ONE MORE THING on there.
My current dilemma honestly is power. I have a PP2+ under there, with a power strip in the courtesy outlet, and wall warts in that strip for the AR and the Reverb. I'm slightly underpowering a few things from the PP2+ and I can't help but feel like an Ojai would solve all my problems. I've looked at the MXR ISO brick as well but I'm not sure I love how tall it is. The Ojai is attractive in that I could probably velcro under-mount all of it, and lose my power strip + warts situation. The underside of the board is a mess :/