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Started by van Sinn - Last post by van Sinn
Guitars and bass from pencils and epoxy :o  well, why not :dunno: :bow: :


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Started by Yazoo55 - Last post by rnolan
Wow nice job  :thumb-up: :whoohoo!:

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Started by rabidgerry - Last post by rabidgerry
I checked mine about a month ago for the pure fun of it, and I couldn't believe it, but it appeared to be working perfectly apart from one dodgey switch.  Now going from completely dead to this is quit a turn around.  I didn't play with it long enough to get to use it properly.  It's complicated enough unit.  I still have my doubts as to whether or not it has enough distortion for me but I really hope so as I always loved the rockman tones.  Dunno why any of the stuff I've bought to get these tones has always disappointed.  Sounds heavy on records.  Feels weak in reality.

Keen to hear how you get on with your SST

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Started by rabidgerry - Last post by kawai2g4b
Hey everyone, I just got one of these for cheap on eBay. It should be in by the end of next week. I’m hoping it’s a good one because parts are likely to be hard to come by.

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Started by bunkyloo - Last post by Zilthy
I think a somewhat important distinction in dialing in a tone with AxeFX, Kemper, Pod, whatever is that you end up dialing in a 'record' tone rather than 'live' tone.  IE: Dialing in the mic/ambience etc in addition to what you hear from a guitar amp.  It ends up having a different quality to it.

Sounds great, but in addition to the different 'feel' that none of the modellers quite have, ends up being a different sound.  Personally, I am okay with it using in ear monitors and like it, but when I try to use something like that through FRFR it never ends up feeling right or satisfying.

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Started by Yazoo55 - Last post by MarshallJMP
Nice :thumb-up:

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Started by Yazoo55 - Last post by bunkyloo
 :thumb-up: Totally cool!

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Started by Yazoo55 - Last post by Yazoo55
I went ahead and built this and it works which is always a relief. I used the schematics from this site. I was a bit worried about a note describing a current limiting piggyback board which was retrofitted to the main board. I couldn't work out how this was wired. Fortunately, my build seems perfectly happy without this. I haven't had any blown fuses. I bought a cheap KVM rack off eBay to fit it all in and got the main PCB manufactured in China. I used a couple of back-to-back transformers in place of the custom transformer which supplies the 12AX7 heater and plate voltages. These were quite cheap, again off eBay.

I have attached a picture. I am using it with a clone of the Alembic F2B I built and it gives a very clean sound.

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Started by Chamai - Last post by rnolan
Hey RG, sorry, replace all "roctron" with Peavy Rockmaster (my bad  :facepalm: ) is what I meant (post edited).  I also didn't realise (until now) the NS-50 is stereo (2 ch). So they way you have it is mixing up gains a bit ie inst level on NS-50 ch1 > GX700 in inst level, RM out line level to NS-50 ch2 in and ch2 out (line level ?) to GX700 return,  So NS-50 is running inst level on ch1 and line level on ch2. Try removing  either (or both) NS-50 ch's from the set up and see if it changes the tone  :dunno: .

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Started by BenG - Last post by Samuraipanda
I have a US Mesa 295 early serial# 1312. 110V that I'm getting ready to sell.

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