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Re: in gear acquisistion do we become a music store?

I'm thinking bout opening up a music store!! ;~)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Denis Aldrich" <joy_top@hotmail.com>
To: <loopers-delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 9:26 AM
Subject: gearackitushoestringlooper

> Well, if we were to add up all the paramiters and variables of the gear
> associated with the members of this list, it would probably stretch to 
> place we wanted to go, assuming we can replace that variable also.
> With racks of racks, my brain becomes racked, my bank account gets 
> and I get racked by my girl friend.
> At what point in gear acquisistion do we become a music store? :-)
> hehehehe
> My brain gets serious fog with so much to control, no it's not just old
> water.
> I am looking to set up my minimal rig, to do as much as I can, with as
> little as can be, with everthing working in a similar way. Just tring to
> conserve brain horsepower.
> I play a 5bass and a double neck 6bass/6guitar.
> I have one rc-20 with plans for another.
> I have one zoom 506 with plans for one more of this type of zoom.
> I have a sterio ernie ball volume that will cross fade with plans to
> another.
> I will use one processor and one rc-20 for each neck, unless I am only
> playing bass, then I'll use both rc-20's. The cross fader will be on the
> output of the rc-20's to enable dropping out a loop slowly while bringing
> another ---- or scratch style effects while playing. The bank advance
> will be connected through a single DPDT foot switch.
> Enabling changing both loop tracks at the same time.
> The zoom 506/505's have the same control system jack. The variable 
> jack of both of these will be connected through one converted ernie ball
> pedal and the bank/location jack connected through a DPDT foot switch.
> will allow changing both patches at the same time.
> An addition of two foot switches will determine if the effects will be 
> or post looper.
> This all will fit into a fairly small pedal board that can be carried 
> one hand. This will keep hernias down to carrying bass/guitar amps.
> Everything will work in similar ways and changes can be made to both
> at one time. No midi needed until I get a bass controller which will then
> connected to the second input(s) on the rc-20. Vocals can also be added 
> another input.
> The zooms are kind of cheezey, but will work. The rc-20's limited in
> functions, but all things together should be easy to manage plus make
> Not to expensive either.
> Feelings?
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