My Rockman setup

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darthoverdrive
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My Rockman setup

Postby darthoverdrive » Tue Nov 28, 2017 3:43 pm

I had some time over the long weekend to finish setting up my Rockman gear. Modules are mounted on whatever trays I could find. Everything ties into a 5 Ch mixer and feeds to a small amp and bookshelf speakers, just the right volume for playing at home.
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Sunburst
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Re: My Rockman setup

Postby Sunburst » Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:15 pm

Darth,

(Heh...) I am your (heh...) father (heh...)...

Awesome setup! Where is the ULTIMATUM in the chain (in front as an overdrive or in the SUSTAINOR effects loop)?

(heh...)...

Very respectfully,

Sunburst

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Re: My Rockman setup

Postby darthoverdrive » Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:08 pm

Thanks! Actually I run the UDG and AGP in parallel with the Sustainor and other modules. The pedals connect to a mono channel of the mixer and the rock module chain connects to a stereo channel. I use either the pedals or modules by turning up the mixer volume for the one I’m using at the time. Shown but not hooked up is a home built buffer/switcher pedal to switch between different combinations of pedals and modules. The pedal next to the AGP is a FET booster to dirty up the sound from the AGP when needed.

Usually when I use the headphone amps I run them into my PC's powered speakers but I can also connect them to the mixer and use them that way. It's fun coming up with different combinations of hooking things up.

Eventually I’ll get a recorder hooked up to the mixer and try some recording.

As for being your father, search your feelings.
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