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Re: NGD: TC Electronic G-System!!
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

Richard,

I know that pic from the back looked awful, here's a pic of the front. It's a bit cleaner from this angle ;)

Usually, it sits on the speaker cab to the left, tilted back. Right now, i'm still fiddling with knobs, so it's easier to do when it's sitting on the Viper. I'm not using the combo with the rack at all.
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Hey Dante, as you say looks cleaner from the front, careful though, like rats, pedals breed  :wave:
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Re: NGD: TC Electronic G-System!!
« Reply #17 on: Time Format »

UPDATE: I'm leaning towards the Ibanez TS-9 and the TCE Mojomojo in my rig, and that means the Boss Dyna-Drive is gonna go.

By itself, the Dyna Drive is great. It's a 2nd channel on any amp. It literally gives the MP-1 Classic's Brown sound a run for it's money. When you crank the gain though, the pedal is a bit more mushy than the MP-1 Classic. Otherwise, pretty dang respectable. Keep the gain low, use it for your 'cake' not your 'icing'.

The TS-9 and the Mojomojo are great at icing. I am going to try setting the third loop button to turn them both on at the same time - muhuahaha
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