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  • Birthday 22/03/1995

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  1. Kamiel

    Show us your rig!

    I don't think I would get a sound out of that that I like, but damn that's a sexy looking rig!
  2. Thanks for the input! I'm at my dorm right now, trying to survive my exams. Once that's over I will try to do the following: Take some decent pictures so everything is clear for you guys, and use a multimeter to try and find any mistakes or problems.
  3. My guess would be that it's just a passive switch that conrols a relay, but I'm not a 100% certain.
  4. Okay, thanks. I'll guess I'll have to wait untill I can make use of the multimeter. To be honest, I don't even switch channels that often, I just wanted to include it in my board for completeness, if you get what I mean
  5. The friend that soldered them has one, so that is something I want to try, but I have exams so it's gonna take some time before I can go over there with my board. But the main question here is: Should it work the way I did it?
  6. I don't have a proper photograph of the wiring between them, but it's simply just the same pieces on the two sockets connected. That is indeed the way I use to connect the switch to the amp. All four pairs give the same result, AND all four pairs do work when I use them for putting signal through, so bass in outside socket, corresponding socket into pedal, pedal into other inside socket, corresponding socket into amp... works for all of the pairs. I have tried cables of which I'm sure they work, and they are all just instrument jack-jack cables.
  7. Yes, and when I (for testing) put my bass-signal through it works properly so it appears to be soldered properly...
  8. I don't want to spam my own topic, but I would love some answers, so no I have given the needed info, no idea what could cause the problem?
  9. I have not tried mone ones cause I ordered the stereo ones and I don't want to pay shipmentcost just for new plugs while they do work (for bass -> pedalboard and pedalboard -> amp that is).
  10. I have a Fender Bassman 100t and I use the included footswitch, which works if plugged directly in the amp. These are the sockets I used: https://www.banzaimusic.com/REAN-NYS-2203.html
  11. I'm quoting myself from another topic, maybe here someone can help me, or at least explain why what I want to do is not possible.
  12. Btw there's also some good news, my Q-tron+ seems to be working again. As it turns out my music-shop handy man, who soldered in a new powerconnection, soldered in a normal one instead of the + on the inside one that EHX used. Very thoughtfull of him, except for the fact that he didn't tell me so I still put an adapter in between, baffled about why it wasn't working properly
  13. Finally had the time to do some propper testing and I have one problem. Maybe here someone can help me with it: The 'patchbay' is simply jack connectors connected with each other. They are stereo jacks (bought the wrong ones cause mono would have been okay but I doesn't matter for the signal normally) so it's three little cables soldered between two jacks. The thing that isn't working is my amp-channel-switch, so switch plugged into a jack, and a normal guitarcable from jack to amp. This doesn't work and I don't understand why. Could it be the stereo jack's f-ing things up, or is it just not possible to carry the signal longer than the normal switch-cable length? Or could there be another problem? It's not that the soldering isn't done properly cause they all work for the other appliances.
  14. That will be filled up, rest assured But I'm a student so money is tight, altough I am quite happy with the amount and quality of gear I was able to acquire over the years
  15. Kamiel

    Show us your rig!

    It's odly statisfying how well the 4x10+amp lines up with the 6x10 Nice set you got there!
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