Pedalboard

Discussion in 'Pedals' started by aryasridhar, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. aryasridhar

    aryasridhar Senior Member

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    After changing several pedals, I now have the right combination to go with my Blues Junior, with my plexi the only change is going to be, Soul Food Out, TS Mini In.

    With the Mesa, I don't really need anything!!

    Sound bytes, Guitar, FMR100TR & Blues Junior...

    https://soundcloud.com/aryasridhar/my-complete-pedalboard-demo

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  2. penguinchit

    penguinchit Senior Member

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    I love the combination of my TS9 and BJR.
     
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    Guitaraxe Senior Member

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    I like it!
     
  4. kevinpaul

    kevinpaul Premium Member

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    That Boss Chorus Pedal is one great item. It is one of the few pedals that I leave on often.
    Sometimes in the past I have had to work with very weak rhythm guitar players. That pedal gives my tone a little more fullness. You have it set pretty much the same way I leave mine.
     
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    aryasridhar Senior Member

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    Oh, could you share your settings please? Would love to try..
     
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    kevinpaul Premium Member

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    I will take a photo for you tomorrow ok?
     
  7. aryasridhar

    aryasridhar Senior Member

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    Sure, that'd be great, Thank You
     
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    kevinpaul Premium Member

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    The picture with my iPad could have been better. I keep them all near 12 and depending on the guitar I turn it lower to the amp. The drive setting varies as to if and by what way am I recording. The size of the place we are playing in. The Boss Chorus is the pedal that Johnny Winter used and he left it on all the time. The chorus can make it sound like more than one guitar playing.
     
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    rogue3 Senior Member

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    ^So true.Thickens tone.Can be set for as subtle as u want.Warm analog.( early 90's Boss CE5 Analog Chorus user here).
     
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    Rhust Senior Member

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    it gets a bad rep, but I love my CE-5 you can dial back the effect level and make it subtle, almost disappear, or you can make it very noticeable.
     
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    rogue3 Senior Member

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    It sounds leslie-like in some settings...rich thick grinding rotary sound.A chameleon of time-based pedals,it covers a lot of ground.:thumb:...I a/b'd it against a lot of my other pedals...some newer.It stands tall with classic Boss phase,and then some.
     
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    Kilometers Davis Junior Member

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    I see you have pancake plugs, I just picked up some myself and about to put a new board together wiring my own cables (something I haven't done before). I don't mean to hijack the thread but I gotta ask, how important is heat shrink tubing?

    Btw, nice board! :cheers2:
     

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