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  1. Terminals found and crimped. It was a hard-fought battle with the evil Mr. Crimper:
  2. If you find a guide please let me know! I’m just feeling my way through this. But I did make progress on the control and jack plates: Now I’m working on the wiring. Prised the connector off the Standard bridge’s wires: Currently hunting for the right crimp terminals to lock the Ghost wires into the connector:
  3. Made progress on the control plate: Next I have to sand and prep for chrome plating, then it's time to cut and bend the output jack plate.
  4. Yay, less than a month between updates! Widened the output cavity for the VDI and 1/4" jacks the caveman way, with a drill, hammer and chisel: Rather than spend hours designing the top cavity expansion on my Mac I actually drew it freehand right on the Shaper Origin screen, just a polygon with a couple of round corners.
  5. Not stupid question. I'm using a Shaper Origin, which is a handheld CNC machine that sees where it is on the workspace based on the domino strips and moves the cutter accordingly. So I slide the Origin around the piece and it drops, lifts or moves the cutter sideways to autocorrect for my movements.
  6. After months of programming and file import errors, finally got this going again. First, a test cut to make sure I have a good handle on the Shaper Origin. Workspace mapped and the PCB cavity placed on a piece of scrap pine: A few passes to get the deepest layer roughed out: And a pass for the outer perimeter: Testing the PCB fit: Next two layers: Testing the cavity cover fit: The test cuts worked, so now for the real deal: Point of no return. Engraved the cavity cover outline so I don't have to worry about the finish chipping: Many passes later: I don't have quite the right touch with this thing yet. You can see burn marks where I was too slow and some jitter in the lip outline where I was too fast: Testing the fit: Hope I have another update before another 11 months pass.
  7. I have a Variax Standard transplant project in the works. I have the cavities designed, but Fusion360-to-SVG file conversion issues are stopping me from loading them into my CNC at the moment. I'll let you know if I ever get to the finish line successfully. The intended recipient guitar:
  8. I have a similar but slightly different problem. I'm hoping to record video with my iPhone 6 camera with the sound coming from Mobile POD. Even though I have Mobile POD running in the background and can hear the Mobile POD-processed audio via my headphones plugged into my Sonic Port while my camera is recording video, the actual video only gets the dry unprocessed audio. Is there an easy solution to this?
  9. Did you do the mods to Jennifer Batten's 69? Just curious, I've always been amazed by her playing and only just learned that she uses a JTV.
  10. OK, thanks for that. I'll look up your prior posts on this.
  11. Since I'm about to embark on a transplant project, would you please share with me your warnings of what not to do? :) I understand that the models won't sound like L6 intended them.
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    IR referencing and hi cut

    From Ben Adrian over on TGP:
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    IR referencing and hi cut

    Something's definitely not right there. Do you mind posting pics of the signal routing and clips of the recordings?
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    Pitch Shift Issues after the 2.0 Update

    I haven't tried since the update, but even pre-2.0 the Pitch Wham effect was *significantly* more warbly if I set both heel and toe at -1 than if I simply set heel at -1 and toe at 0 and made sure the patch was set to default at full heel.
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