Judge me by my pedalboard

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  1. Rhust

    Rhust Senior Member

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    Lol!! Made me snort coffee man.

    I think that board is solid from top to bottom! Small penis or not
     
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    Can you tell how big my peener isn't from this?:rofl:
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  3. VerbalPuke

    VerbalPuke Senior Member

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    I'll start...

    "If you're going to half ass a pedalboard, that is definitely the way to do it".
     
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    Somebody reads waaay too much Tone Report, and his credit card gets more action than his...
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    VerbalPuke Senior Member

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    You're not wrong...
     
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  6. E1WOOD5150

    E1WOOD5150 Purveyor of Joke Grenades

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    Put the Wampler in between the Polytune and the Tube Screamer, and flame away!
     
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  7. christophervolume

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    DIY wooden board. This is my at home, song writing board. Check out the pedal risers on the top row. I love them. Makes stomping on the top row much easier and I run cables through the bottoms of them. I tend to gig with much less, and take much more to a studio. This is just right for at home wanting to mess with different flavors. Sometimes I'll throw a wah or volume pedal before everything in the chain depending on what I need. Sometimes I'll replace the fuzz factory with a philosophers tone compressor. Especially if I'm playing funk or country stuff. It's all powered by a voodoo labs power plus 2 underneath.
     
  8. northernguitarguy

    northernguitarguy SWeAT hOg

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    Clean fingernails, good smell, and polished shoes; a class act all around.
     
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  9. Classicplayer

    Classicplayer Senior Member

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    Ahh. I can tell you've been on many stages....

    Question: pm me if you will, what is your opinion on the Soul Food? I need to slightly dirty my chimey and cleanish Orange amp, but just a skosh more.....


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  10. Mockbel

    Mockbel Senior Member

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    Can it be any simpler now?

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  11. WhiteEpiLP

    WhiteEpiLP Senior Member

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    Home made board, curly maple sprayed with trans red polyurethane, solid as a rock but tooooo heavy.
    Latest setup, I'm slowly gonna replace most of my boss pedals. Not that they are terrible but i want some differnt modulation pedals. Been eyeing a Strymon blue sky and a timeline, but you know kinda pricey for an at home player. I'll never get rid of the CS-2 or the CH-1 both those are keepers even if they come off the board.
    Next on the list is a pedal switcher, probably a loop master.
    Judge away...I can take it
     
  12. northernguitarguy

    northernguitarguy SWeAT hOg

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    @Classicplayer I really love the Soul Food. It will do EXACTLY what you are hoping it will do. I use it for a clean boost (works perfectly for this), or as an alternative to using my Bad Monkey. The BM is preferred for tones that require more bass and bottom end; the SF is better where a brighter crunch is needed.
     
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    Many thanks, northernguitarguy!


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  14. j5jarod777

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    I've always been a firm believer that everyone other than Jimmy Page that has a Whammy pedal on there board, is a douschebag.
     
  15. WhiteEpiLP

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    Thats too funny. Thats the latest edition to the board and I'm not gonna keep it.
    Its fun but im not good enough to utilize it properly. Just thought I'd give it a whirl.
    I'll add Tom Marello and Jack White to your list thou. They have both made some pretty awesome stuff with a Whammy.
     
  16. j5jarod777

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    Just joking my friend. Killer board!
     
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  18. Mockbel

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    Actually they are two.. the amp's foot switch shouldn't be counted :D
     
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    doitforvangogh Senior Member

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    Three pages of pedals and pedalboards from players that could have saved all that time and money if they had just bought a Peavey Renown.
     

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