There are inputs and outputs to those pedals, they are just hard to see.
The silver box is a loooper so at anytime I could put and combination or pedals in the loop, or take them out completely so they dont color the tone when not in use.
So, am I correct in saying that the looper allows you to leave all your pedals on and use the looper to turn combinations of pedals on and off with one to two switch buttons? That's what I'm looking to be able to do.
What kind of cases do these lids come off of that I see so many pedal boards made of?
Thanks! You have different pedals than I do, but they are good stuff from what I heard on the manufacturer's websites. Like that Line6 Echo and the tube classic overdrive box. They sound great on the samples I heard.
I've heard if I get a Boss TU-2 or NS-2, I can "daisy-chain" other pedals off of them and run power like that through a loop with just one power supply for up to 8 pedals.
A friend who is a pro bass player gave me a RAT distortion box he's had in his closet since 1991. I love the way that thing sounds. I think I'm gonna send it off to Keeley for the mods and save that thing! I liked it better than the Boss DS-1.
Guess I just need to make a pedal board with all the pedals I currently have. I'll just have to learn to dance. Still, that TC board sounds and looks like my kinda thing, since I'm accustomed to that Line6 Shortboard I had with the flextone amp. I do hate having to spend hours programming patches though.