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Offline Bacchulum

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Re: New working from home station
« Reply #15 on: September 29, 2020, 05:16:23 PM »
I had a buttkicker once.
I only wanted it for curbs, but it runs off the woofer, so was constantly on in a V8 which annoyed me.
It sat around until corrosion set in, so became scrap.

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Re: New working from home station
« Reply #16 on: September 29, 2020, 05:33:30 PM »
I had a buttkicker once.
I only wanted it for curbs, but it runs off the woofer, so was constantly on in a V8 which annoyed me.
It sat around until corrosion set in, so became scrap.

Thanks for the heads up mate. I think to get around that problem people run some software called simvibe which you can use to direct specific elements to the buttkicker (ie curbs and gear changes). Yeah I’m not totally sold on it myself yet I hear good and bad things. I’d say I would be better off investing in a good set of lcm pedals and get rid of my t3pa’s before doing the buttkicker thing.

 

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