First Dead & Company Show For Me :-)

Had an absolute blast last night at the Dead & Company show at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. For gear, the now-usual JMOD, Fender Dual Professional, and Victoria Reverberato. Here is a couple of shots of the settings John's been using the last couple of shows. The pedals themselves were housed in a road case off to the side. Couldn't really see much of anything in there. The show sounded amazing and not one instrument was a heck louder than the other. Most of the night I was underneath the stadium speaker stack so I could hear the amps first hand. To my surprise, it wasn't crazy loud (and as also indicated by the Fender Dual Professional volume at level 3). I'm waiting for the FLA

More Adventures in AP-1 Land!

My original idea was to retrofit a Way Huge Aqua-Puss Mk1 cloned circuit into a Mk2 enclosure. I designed the circuit in Eagle and started to design the PCB to match the original layout. Around that time, Madbean Pedals received a shipment of their AquaBoy PCBs so I changed gears a little. I ran into all sorts of problems with getting the AquaBoy PCB to fit in the Mk2 enclosure to my comfort level. I again, switched gears to follow the AquaBoy standard 125b enclosure which I still make today. Ok, long background story to where I am today which is FINALLY retrofitting a Mk1 PCB into a Mk2 enclosure! Some of my John Mayer message board friends were asking for this specific combination so I wa

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