waldo041 wrote:BASS = OFF (COMPLETELY)
MIDS = 5 1/2
TREB = 10 (ALL THE WAY UP)
BRIGHT SWITCH = OFF
VOL 4 1/2 NOR MORE THEN 5 1/2 WHEN PREAMPED TO A SS AMP.
bdhact1 wrote:Is there any reverb adjustment as well ?
waldo041 wrote:swapping the stock reverb potentiometer from Linear to Log/Audio allows you to run the reverb at the position jerry has stated and is seen using. set around 5 with the stock pot adds way too much splashy/surfy reverb. the reverb should be set to the room, and the stock pot kinda limits itself to nothing above 4, if that.
Chuckles wrote:I guess this is the right thread to add this...
I've owned one of Waldo's buffers for about a year and finally had it in a guitar that I played Monday at our band's first practice in a couple of months. While I'd like to think some of it is because of the new guitar (or- ahem - my greatly increased facility on the instrument... yeah right ), I attribute much of what my bandmates called, variously, a "more smooth sound" or "a truer representation of what I was trying to do" (our bass player is a philosophical sort! ) to the TPC1. Simply a very impressive addition to the signal chain - one that could total up to about 40- 60 feet of cable if everything were thrown in the mix.
Nice work Mike!
playingdead wrote:What I've learned about reverb from multitracking the band and remixing, is you need a little more on the guitar than you think you do listening to it on its own, because it really washes out in the mix. Trying to match the level of Jerry's reverb heard on the soundboards, your guitar is going to be a little dry in the mix.
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