Gear Questions

Questions on RigShare are asked and answered by the members of our community.

1

Is this is a durable power supply?

I like the size of this power supply, but don't see a lot of people using it. Would love to hear from some folks that have used one for a while.
MXR Pedals Dc Brick® Power Supply on RigShare
MXR Pedals
mxrpedals
Dc Brick® Power Supply

8

Version 3 upgrade anyone?

Anyone thinking about upgrading to the new Deep Six Compressor? It has a new tone know to shape low end. Check it out! https://rigshare.com/products/deep-six-compressor-v3-521544
Walrus Audio Deep Six Compressor on RigShare
Walrus Audio
walrusaudio
Deep Six Compressor
  • David Leøng
    leongd  
    I would, because I love Walrus, but I have no need for compression.

2

Strymon Timeline

Anyone know how to setup a delay for doing solos? I mainly play Worship/Praise. And how to setup a dotted 8 delay. Thanks for the help in advance
Strymon Timeline on RigShare
Strymon
strymon
Timeline
  • Strymon
    strymon  
    Hi Anthony, If you just want a standard clean dotted 8th delay, use the DIGITAL algorithm. Turn GRIT and FILTER all the way off, and in the PARAMS menu, set the TAPDIV parameter to "dotted." Set the SMEAR parameter to off, and turn RPTDYN off as well. This will give you a clean dotted 8th note delay. Thanks :)

8

Good first delay pedal?

I'm thinking of getting a Flashback 2 as my first delay pedal. It appears versatile and it has multiple delay types so I'm able to see what I actually like. Is this a good way of thinking?
TC Electronic Flashback 2 Delay on RigShare
TC Electronic
tcelectronic
Flashback 2 Delay
  • Thiery Laverdure
    thierylaverdure  
    Yeah I think you’re right on. I used to play one of these for a while. I would have kept it if I could have saved presets and controlled changes via midi. Great sounding delay though with tons to explore!
  • TC Electronic
    tcelectronic  
    Absolutely. All the basic delay types are covered by the default presets so you can quickly and easily find your flavor - perfect for first-timers! And once you've got the hang of things there's endless tweaking fun to be had in the TonePrint Editor, if that's your thing!

2

Should the Dry knob make noise in the signal while turning it?

Does anyone one else’s @origineffects Cali76 CD dry knob make a lot of noise when turning it? Sounds like a scratchy pot, but for some reason I thought that’s typical of some knobs like those... there’s no noise when playing. It’s only during turning the knob.
Origin Effects Cali76 Compact Deluxe on RigShare
Origin Effects
origineffects
Cali76 Compact Deluxe
  • Nicholas Kirk
    nicholaskirk  
    Mine doesn't. Could be a dirty/bad pot?
  • RigShare
    rigshare  
    @origineffects
  • Jack Dunwoody
    Jack Dunwoody
    jackorigineffects  
    Hey. Some of our controls carry DC on the pot which can make a scratchy sound when turned. If the pot seems to be functioning correctly apart from that noise when turned, then I would assume that there is no fault.

7

What do you love about the Strat?

Tell us, what makes the Stratocaster stand out amongst the rest?
Fender Standard Stratocaster® on RigShare
Fender
fender
Standard Stratocaster®
  • Lee Baker
    leebaker  
    A classic, what I love is how many amazing songs were recorded on this guitar and the fact that you can recognize the sound of it so easily.
  • Jameson Allen
    jamesonlynwood  
    It’s a one of a kind musical icon. There’s nothing like it! And so versatile. I hope to always have one, at least borrowable nearby if I can’t own it :)
  • Chris Barnes
    Chris Barnes
    digsy66  
    The unique sound is so identifiable, but for me personally, cranking out some SRV sounds on my neck pup is where the love for my Strat comes from .. I can’t get that sound anywhere else.
  • Nicholas Kirk
    nicholaskirk  
    It's all about the sound. It's the most unique sounding electric guitar IMO. Instantly recognizable. Most electric guitars sound like, well, electric guitars- but a Stratocaster sounds like a Stratocaster. God bless you, Leo Fender.
  • Noah Bennett
    noahbennett  
    Love the crisp tone when it is on the bridge pickup!
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6

Why the Lightspeed?

What is it about the lightspeed that made you choose it for your rig?
Greer Amps Lightspeed Organic Drive on RigShare
Greer Amps
greeramps
Lightspeed Organic Drive
  • sean K moore
    sean K moore
    skmoor77  
    It's the best 1st stage drive I've ever tried. I got it after I was super disapointed with the morning glory. Needless to say...it's always on and it's never leaving my board. It's super attack responsive and plays easily. Sounds great with any amp.

7

The Cali in your setup.

How do you use the Cali most in your rig? What other pedals do you play along side it?
Origin Effects Cali76 Compact Deluxe on RigShare
Origin Effects
origineffects
Cali76 Compact Deluxe
  • Jameson Allen
    jamesonlynwood  
    Always on, first in the chain, compression as smooth and clean as it gets. My clean tone is this + JHS Prestige, then my money drive tone is Cali + Prince of Tone.
  • Kristopher Criado
    krcriado  
    In front of my Noble preamp for my bass rig. Absolutely game changing. I barely know it’s on but I can hear the sustain and life it brought when I turn it back off.

6

Let's talk about it!

What do you like most about the Polytune 2 mini? How does it compare to others?
TC Electronic Polytune 2 Mini on RigShare
TC Electronic
tcelectronic
Polytune 2 Mini
  • Richard Gatton
    richardgatton  
    3 words - clear, small, strobe
  • Noah Bennett
    noahbennett  
    The simplicity of the pedal is the best part
  • David Leøng
    leongd  
    Tuners are utility pedals, and therefore have no reason to be bigger than this. There are other mini tuners out there, but the polytune function is a gamechanger. The whole thing is super sexy too.