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Re: silencing the boomerang -?

Velcro serves that purpose

On Aug 26, 2017 10:13 AM, "Andy Butler" <info@andybutler.com> wrote:

On 26/08/2017 12:48, Lev 'Ljova' Zhurbin wrote:

my 'rang is on a Pedaltrain and I'm not sure if putting the pedal board
on a carpet helps - can try.

you'd have to put a bit of carpet between rang and pedalboard.

might help a bit

anyone else try anything?

On Sat, Aug 26, 2017, at 05:00 AM, Andy Butler wrote:
i'm looking at a Boomerang iii here,
is that what you have?

You're right, there's a definite click there, although
I'd have to say it's never been a problem to me.

Standing the rang on carpet rather than a hard floor helps a bit.

You could take steps to stop the bottom plate from resonating.

Also sound resonates within the chassis of the device, with the air inlet
grill helping
to boost the sound levels.

I haven't tried taking the unit apart I'm afraid.


On 26/08/2017 04:14, Lev 'Ljova' Zhurbin wrote:
hi folks,

I'm curious, for those of you who are Boomerang owners - have you tried to silence the clicking sound that the Boomerang pedals make? I remember asking Mike about it a while back and he suggested putting some felt under the buttons -- another idea was to put a more flame-retardant fabric, such as some fabric from children's pajamas.

Has anyone tried to silence their Boomerang clicks?

Would be curious to hear. The clicking sound is too much in small venues, I think.

thank you!,

Lev 'Ljova' Zhurbin

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