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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by BOBBO, Sep 16, 2007.
Got rid of the Phase 90 and Blue Faze and picked up a new board
Reduced to the max
THREE Basic Audio fuzzes? Hot damn! Love it.
Variations on the same theme, on board No.2. TCE Vortex out, BuggFX OP-1 in.
I got a new board & power supply for Christmas, I got a Holeyboard Dragonfly 2.0 & a CIOKS CIOKOLATE power supply. I love the ergonomics & size of the board & the power supply easily powers everything on the board & it looks awesome.
When I was upgrading from my cheap ghetto flat plywood board, I seriously considered the Holeyboard. Yeah, the ergonomics and layout were really appealing. I went back and forth between that and a Pedaltrain for a few months. Ultimately I went with the Pedaltrain, and I'm happy, but looking at your board now I'm now struggling with a case of the "what ifs...". Your board looks killer!
Havent posted a pic for a while. Lots has changed in the last couple months.
New being Zuma, Timeline, KoT, Xotic wah and Ep booster.
20171216_131343 by WhiteEpiLP posted Dec 29, 2017 at 1:22 PM
I can only post the plans, but here it is:
It looks like two wahs, but the one on the floor will be either my Teese Picture or the BMF wah. The “wah” on the board is just a placeholder for the Fulltone MDV-2, since they’re the same size.
I think I’m gonna build it 26x12!!
The chain will be
Brass Knuckles (BMF small box CompCut pedal)
Analogman Mini Chorus
It’s kind of a lot, and I’m hoping to avoid a second buffer, earlier in the chain, since everything else is TB. I might look into that This1isMyne buffer, as it’s tiny, cheap and well-reviewed. I don’t want one, but I’ll try plugging in through the whole chain, then plug straight into the Topanga and see if there’s a big difference. I use a 15’ cord to the board, so it’ll be close.
I can’t wait to get off the ship and build this beast.
M&M....that board would be awesome with a loop-strip.
I mean you're not wrong, but this is hilarious
Am I becoming too predictable?
I bet it would be. It would solve my “Will I need a buffer?” problem, but that becomes a whole other thing to do, and I want this thing built.
Plus, when I see loop strips, I expect someone to be able to absolutely rip on a guitar. I’ve got my moments, but I don’t need that kind of pressure.
I think the board is 26x12, and I could go x14 very easily, to accommodate a long narrow loop switcher.
But the one I’d want would be pretty expensive, and I’m itching to be done. I’ve got probably enough pancakes to get this one wired. If I get a loop strip, it’s gonna be overthought and overdone.
Best to keep it simple for me, although the troubleshooting and A/B testing capability of a loop strip keeps it from being completely outside the realm of possibility.
Finally got a "Real" pedal board......
1st - Use to just have 'em on a piece of wood lol
and for the Egnater Tweaker...
Guitar >RAT>Tweaker...... (The Flanger, Tremelo, Chorus and HOF are in the Tweaker Effects Loop)
Still need a looper, Mooer e-lady, and mxr analog chorus.
The angry driver is 2 pedals in one, my attempt to get the most out of my space, instead of buying the blues driver & angry Charlie separate.
Love the Behringer Vintage Tube Overdrive. It was my first ever overdrive pedal, and a good buddy of mine has one on his board
picked up a new to me tele so i put together a "tele-fied" board. not pictured, but i put an ernie ball volume pedal in front of everything to get pedal steel swells. classic blues and r&b tone can be had just by plugging in. the compressor sounds great doing the your funk 9 chords.
can still get plenty of rock tones with the BOR but this rig really shines with the morning glory side always on of the double barrel with a pinch of slap back from my milkman pedal. perfect greasy honky tonk tones. on a side note, the bridge pickup on this tele is crazy good compared to other teles i've had in the past. fat, warm and articulate but classic twang and spank when i dig in!
That is a beautiful Telecaster!