mgbills wrote:My wife found the "Sale" TruTron page up on the computer & bought me one for the Holidays.
Nobody tell her that I figured that out! She'll be disappointed
I sure am a spoiled Dude.
mgbills wrote:#91. A lovely gift. Now I'll contact Mike and see if he'll re-cap and condition my MuIII.
I dig it! First cut at the settings for FOTM/Estimated.
Mu - 6
Pre - Unity
Toggle - Mu
Peak - 5.75
Mode - LP
Envelope Drive - Up
Filter Range - Low
One of these days I got to figure out high quality sound clips. I've been waiting for the right Senn 421U, but …
Anybody have a good USB solution that I could plug into my iMac?
hippieguy1954 wrote:Those settings work well for me too with guitars that have buffer and OBEL. I haven't tried it with a guitar with out the buffer and OBEL, yet.
ccw3432 wrote:Has anyone successfully hooked a Tru-Tron 3x to a pedal power supply? I asked Mike Beigel about doing this and he initially told me not to try it. He later posted on facebook that it can somehow be done but no details. At this point there's not enough certainty for me to try it and risk frying my Tru-Tron.
The output on the Tru-Tron wall wart is 12 volt AC and my Pedal Power 2 Plus only supplies DC outputs. I have read that Line 6 pedals which require 9 volt AC can be run on 12 volt DC without problems. I was wondering if anyone out there is running a Tru-Tron from a pedal power supply.
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