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    Aww com'on Walrus, not gonna let a little Suomi bother you?

    Note the Vox coil-cord, probably to add just that proper bit of capacitive-loss before all the gain from that board! Nice touch.
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    Wow, Larry started this post a LONG time ago. Don't hear from him much these days. I hope he's doing okay.
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    Last visit for Larry was June 2013.
    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post

    And I like Harry's approach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idealassets View Post
    Tiki,
    Is that a Janglebox 3? I use my JB 2 all the time with various settings depending on what guitar I am playing. I like using the boost and other settings in the event that a sound man doesn't get around to balancing my guitar, I can do it remotely.
    I just found the old email from Steve Lasko at JangleBox. There were 2 silver JB2's. One was made for export to Europe, and I believe has a different power capacity. The other was an experimental type with a "diode bridge," which is the model I have. No other JB has a diode bridge, according to the email, and that model is a personal favorite among some JB staffers.

    "This is the only JangleBox to use a diode bridge power jack, so you can use either pin-negative OR pin-positive adapters" http://www.janglebox.com/oddsends.html
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    Here's my current board


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    I didn't previously know that particular JB existed. My JB-2 is in my board for my Ric 12 string, but after experimentation I have settings for all my guitars including 6 string acoustics.

    JB's are not cheap, so I can see why many guitarists resort to using a different brand. Once I am sold on a particular component I learn to like it. Guitar center will take trade-in's especially on good condition effects pedals, but always at a considerable reduction in value.
    Last edited by idealassets; 05-09-2016 at 04:03 PM.

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    update:

    small goto-one for sessions and recordings:


    and big one for my band:


    plus a Line6 relay 30 if useful.
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    This is almost my current setup. I exchanged the Flint for a Blue Sky reverb and the CC Hybrid fuzz has since given way for a Pharaoh fuzz which I already had once but sold it because I had an Orange amp and they don't like 'em pedals too much. Now that I have the 2204 JMP I feel like I should buy again all the pedals I once had :D

    I have a Voodoo Lab Pedalpower 2+ as the power source. The little yellow pedal is a custom built Trivibe. Love it. It has definitely survived my board for the longest.

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    my 2 ct, all the best,
    michael.

    * '81 D-46
    * '84 Pilot SB-602
    * '86 T-250
    * '87 Nightingale
    * '89 Pilot SB-602FL
    * '94 Crossroads CR-01
    * '98 Starfire IV
    * '13 GSR T-400
    ...some more stuff and
    myself. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiki295 View Post
    I just found the old email from Steve Lasko at JangleBox. There were 2 silver JB2's. One was made for export to Europe, and I believe has a different power capacity. The other was an experimental type with a "diode bridge," which is the model I have. No other JB has a diode bridge, according to the email, and that model is a personal favorite among some JB staffers.

    "This is the only JangleBox to use a diode bridge power jack, so you can use either pin-negative OR pin-positive adapters" http://www.janglebox.com/oddsends.html
    I have the Byrds JB2 janglebox. It was not cheap but I love it. Also a JB owner can email them directly about anything and usually get a substantial answer the same business day.

    The boost feature saved me when some house PA systems had a "muddy" sound on my guitar.

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