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 on: Today at 02:18 PM 
Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
I bought some online once and didn't pay attention to the size.....got dime size rubber feet when I wanted something 1.5" in diameter  :facepalm:

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 on: Today at 09:15 AM 
Started by Harley Hexxe - Last post by Harley Hexxe
Richard,

   I've just been going through some of the effects in it on my own. As I spend a bit more time with it and get deeper into it, I'll probably figure out what I need to do.

   I'm just getting into it and tweaking things. If I don't like what I'm hearing, I'll exit it and start over.

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 on: Today at 09:12 AM 
Started by Dante - Last post by Harley Hexxe
I've never found any of them at Ace Hardware, but they aren't expensive, so I just but them online. Sometimes I see them at GC on sale, but I don't go there often.

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 on: Today at 08:57 AM 
Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
I like those little slides, I ended up getting some rubber feet (which you can also mount using one of the existing silver corner screws, btw). They had those slides at the local Ace Hardware store ;) Love that place, they have the most obscure stuff sometimes....but, I opted for the feet and I'll probably change my mind later.

The cab has four big rubber feet, I'll keep those in the front two positions and put the ones I just bought in the back to create a bit of tilt. Not much, about as much as putting a big rock under the front of your cab (which I have done).

I'm surprised at how similar the new cab sounds. Then again, I do have the backs open on the 1x12s too, so that probably helps a lot.

Now, I guess I can sell my oversized 1x12 that I use with the Peavey head. I don't need it anymore, I can use the 2x12 or one of the 1x12s with it.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Harley Hexxe - Last post by rnolan
Hey Harley, that's really disappointing, I'd expect better from Roland. Although it seems to be a trend over the years with most things. 

I expect the best way would be to download the BOSS Tone Studio driver (https://www.boss.info/global/support/by_product/gp-10/updates_drivers/) and the corresponding manual for it (https://static.roland.com/assets/media/pdf/BTS_GP-10_e03_W.pdf).  The Tone Studio manual seems to detail the FX etc. with lots of pics. And IIRC the review I watched said it was the best way to access everything, also to set up Live Sets, groups of patches.  I was going to attach the manual but it's over 6MB (lots of colour pics in it) however the 2nd link above takes you straight there.  What was a bit confusing (at first) is the alphabetic listings for the various bits and pieces isn't alphabetic within each letter group, i.e. under G the GP-10 is toward the top of the listing, not down lower near or just before the GT-x listings (which you might expect  :dunno: ).

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Harley Hexxe - Last post by Harley Hexxe
Richard,

  I went to the Roland/Boss site to try to get some more info on the effects that are in this pedal, specifically, I'm looking for some kind of chart or table that tells you what kind of effect it is and what kind of parameters I can edit. There is nothing apart from the very brief and nearly useless info in the owner's manual. When I try to do a search on the site for info on the GP-10, it says "No Data Available.

That's very odd for a pedal still in production IMHO.  :dunno:

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 on: Time Format 
Started by rnolan - Last post by Harley Hexxe
 :thumb-up:

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Dante - Last post by Harley Hexxe
Dante,

That's a good thing to not have to create new patches for a different speaker cab.

Depending on what kind of feet you want on the cab, you can find a good selection at Antique Electronic Supply. If you want those big rubber ones, you'll probably have to drill into your cab, but looking at your amp corners on there, I think the Fender style sphinx glides will work perfectly and you don't need any extra holes. You just use one of the existing screw holes on the corner.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by Dante - Last post by rnolan
Very cool  >:D O0 :thumb-up:

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 on: Time Format 
Started by ddt - Last post by rnolan
Interesting, MJMP will no doubt know the answer, hope he comes back on board soon.

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