I have my tank on top of the case in a small wooden box originally made to
store tea in... it works.
On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 3:35 PM, Zo� Blade <zoe@...> wrote:
> Ah. I'm not really familiar enough with spring reverb in general (the
> A-199 is the only one I've had) to realise the drip effect I'm missing,
> But I should clarify/amend something I wrote earlier:
> >> * The spring reverb tank picks up the mains power conversion hum very
> easily. I've got mine sitting on a box next to the Doepfer case, rather
> than leaving it *in* the case, and it sounds fine, although it looks a
> little awkward. One day I'll probably get a custom case and install the DIY
> bus board which uses an external power brick, which I'm guessing should fix
> this issue.
> I've since switched to a G6 rack case, and Nina and I managed to mount the
> spring reverb tank in the top left back of it, by poking cable ties through
> the holes of both the tank and the G6 (those little airvents). I can't hear
> any mains hum anymore, so this setup is perfect for me... although if you
> like to pluck the springs as en effect, it's probably less useful for that.
> All the best,
> A very A-100-heavy album of catchy melodies for anyone interested:
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