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Discussion in 'Pedal Pushers Forum' started by Bertotti, Jun 28, 2020.
Don't you play an organ, too?
i effin do. not, mind you, these effin days. you know, before the effin covid.
i really didn’t know about cursing here, and - line cook. sailors got nothing on us.
really wanted the phase reversal switch. probably mounting it under the board as part of final set up.
I probably wasn't very clear - sounds like you will use two sets of buffers: one would be the plus with the switch and options, the other could be the regular one. I also have it mounted under my board as a single place to hook up.
it’s honestly too early to tell what i’ll need to do this right. i’d love to be able to do it with just the one stereo buffer, but phasing with two stereo tremolos, a st reverb, and st looper - with different mono pedals dropped in here and there?
i might need another board just for phase reversal buffers.
(grumble shoulda stuck with the one trem no board set up grumble)
I've had military training in it.
50 years as a stagehand was like grad school for it.
I do a lot of my cussin' in Polish coz it sounds even worse.
Not the pedals, tho. If you don't pick up the bass pedals on a classical organ by the time you're 11 or 12, you never will. Besides---my feet are too big.
i need to brush up on my vulgar french and dust off my russian.
“whaddya say about my mother?”
Slavic languages, even when spoken politely, can bruise the innocent.
My Polish grandmother had a word that none of us could get her to define. Close as we could figure it meant turkey or idiot. The word (phonetically) is pusisvata. Ring any bells?
New one for me. Idiot is idiota. Go with turkey.
indyk is turkey