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RE: Peavey PC-1600x in a rack case?

>Does Willy have the specs on how to do the Pedal conversion for the

When I said he put the pedals in parallel with the faders, I meant 
that they have the top end (probably +5V), the bottom end (probably 
ground) all together and then each slider contact (middle) connected 
to the slider contact of the corresponding fader... its somehow too 
simple to explain. If you are not familiar with electronics, search 
the help of some hobbyist and he will understand "parallel" :-)

As mentioned, this method is not very noble, but works.

I bought a 1600 for the studio and a spare part main pcb for it to 
build it into my new fader pedal board. There I will not have any 
display, but create the setups on the studio unit and then dump them 
to the pedal unit.
I hope I will finally have some time to do this, when the #$^% 
upgrade is perfect... ;-)

>>I would like to put my PC-1600x on a sliding rack
>>shelf. So far the only one I've found with the proper
>>shelf width is the heavy duty one from Middle
>>Aside from the cost($79), my only gripe with this
>>option is that the shelf alone takes up over one rack
>>I'm wondering if any of you PC-1600x users have come
>>up with something better.
>I recently met Willy Strehler, an important contributor to the loop
>delay in terms of sync and crazy live guitar noise maker and studio
>owner, and I took a picture of his PC 1600 with a multicore and 16
>(!) controller pedals, arranged in a box in two rows. He sais its the
>only solution to improvise dynamic complex music...
>look for Willy and his equipment link.
>You can also find a picture of our loved Claude Voit in his garage.
>           ---> http://Matthias.Grob.org


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