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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby negninegaw » Fri Oct 02, 2020 7:04 pm

Thanks,
I still have hopes it will be possible to get close to the 'the 'Savage' delay with just 1 Nux,
as I don't have room for another pedal on my board.
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby dave robinson » Sat Oct 03, 2020 12:33 am

I think the best way to get that effect would be to set the third head to 360ms with some repeats because that ls the one that stands out on the Meazzi.
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby negninegaw » Sun Oct 04, 2020 11:16 pm

Thanks, I'll try that !
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby negninegaw » Wed Oct 07, 2020 12:26 am

I did manage to download the firmware and software,
At first I was wondering what the blinking orange (instead of steady red) led on the pedal meant,
but I use an old CIOX AC Rider power supply on my pedal board, which delivers 9V, but only 75mA.
This pedal requires 103 mA, so I can only use it with the 9V battery, which will probably last only a few hours.
Also, it is unfortunate that the settings of the 3 remaining pots cannot be stored.
So you have to dial in a 'common denominator' for the 3 pots, if you quickly want to change presets on stage.
So I doubt if I will use this pedal much...
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby emielvisser » Sat Oct 17, 2020 6:27 pm

I bought a second Zoom ms50g for my amp in the living room. They other one is in my mancave. So if I want to I can have 12 heads to programme.... :lol:
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby dave robinson » Sun Oct 18, 2020 1:35 am

Been there done that with my two Zoom MS-100 BT pedals but it's a waste f time as you only need four heads for most of the tunes. I discovered that it was easy to ruin the sound by trying to use too many taps.
I picked up the second MS-100BT on eBay for back up. :)
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby emielvisser » Sun Oct 18, 2020 7:22 am

You are wright, it is useless, was just the thought.
I programmed my Zoom's with five heads and an equalizer, that is enough.
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Re: NUX Tape Core pedal

Postby dave robinson » Sun Oct 18, 2020 11:12 am

The Zoom pedals are still great pieces of kit though and I recommend those very highly if you understand how to use them. :)
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