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Love me a good project to get some quality time in my shop...especially when it is working on something musical...and seems to be going well 👍🏼

1-Case disassembled and cleaned out (no more acorns or mold ) 😁
2-Harp (tines and tone bars) disassembled, cleaned, reassembled and reinstalled)
3-preamp tested and working well
(Pots feel good, virbrato working well)
4-replacement cheek block and power supply installed
5-pick ups tested, only 1 is bad and is to be replaced 😊
6-key heights checked
7-action (stickiness) checked
8-dampers removed and ready for felt replacements

Still a ways to go, but was fun being able to plug it in and start to hear it take acoustical form 🎹🎶

Tried to upload pics...but jpeg apparently isn't allowed by this forum...
Will try to load them tomorrow

Amps, Effects & Recording Techniques / Re: Good Pedal effects Set-up?
« on: November 13, 2015, 11:40:27 AM »
Here is a pic of current set up

Amps, Effects & Recording Techniques / Re: Good Pedal effects Set-up?
« on: November 13, 2015, 11:35:13 AM »
I'm not sure what is ideal for everyone...
And I'm still in the process of restoring my 1977 73 (previously suitcase model) so I'm not sure how my current set up will sound with the Rhodes.

I do, however, have this set up on my Moog Sub37 and it is SUPER fun!

Xotic SP Compressor (gives a good signal boost, and adds some mild crunch if I push it)
    to a
Boss Chorus CE-5 (will probably not use this, but use the Janus Vibrato instead, for the
    to a
Strymon BigSky Reverb pedal
    to a
Boss Delay (DD-7)  (although I've had my eye on Strymon's Dig, and may replace the DD7 with that soon)

Also, I plan on putting a Mobley ABY (splitter) box in line to push my Moog and the Rhodes through the same effects

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