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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by BOBBO, Sep 16, 2007.
I've gotten my board down to this. There is a wah off the board.
Since my old pic might be wiped out, here's the latest incarnation:
Trying this out for now.
Photobucket finally got to my pics. I deleted all 20 pages of pics from their site and uploaded again to Imgur.
Pics starting with what really put a dent in my pedal acquisitions.
Finally took the plunge and bought an Axe last year.
This is my current live rig
I've also added a Hall Of Fame Mini since I took this. Also not pictured is the receiver for my Line 6 G30 wireless which is mounted to the bottom of the board. Trying to keep it simple and bullet proof.
Love the Buddy Guy Wah
After spending way too much money on too many pedals and effects, I narrowed it down to this. I want things to enhance my sound, not change it - like seasoning on a steak.
I tried going mini HoF but ended up needing to fiddle with it too much - so the full size is a better solution for me.
Occasionally I have a wah on the right and a looper on the left side car style but this is my primary go to. There's a volto2 velcroed underneath - it will run this for about 4-5 hours depending on how many pedals are active at the time.
My mini board, which I've been using for a while. If I need more pedals I hook up the biggie board.
Just got done cleaning it up with new tiny cables and soul food.
How do you like the Soul Food?
It's great. I use it as a classy tubescreamer. Great treble boost drive whatever it is. It's almost always on. Except when I'm playing something VERY clean. The pedal does have plenty of note definition when you balance the treble in as you add drive.
It should cost much more.
You could say I like it. Lol
I got mine a couple of months ago, and really love it. I keep mine on all the time with the volume and treble set just past noon and the drive all the way off. It really "opens" up my amp. It doesn't make it sound as "boxxy", I recommend it too everybody.
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.
Off went the phaser and back goes the Soul Food, I can do far more with it. Still tempted by mini-pedal swaps to free up space.
By looking at your board, ES Gibson, and Goldtop in this pic....I would assume you are a "Pro" guitar player. Meaning you play guitar for a living. I say and ask with the utmost respect, killer looking board!