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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by BOBBO, Sep 16, 2007.
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!
Haven’t posted on this site for a long time. Anyway here’s my current board. Nice & simple. The Chorus & Delay are in the loop. I use the SD-1w to put a bit of hair on my clean channel and then to send the Overdrive channel over the edge.
I just re-did this tonight! Added the Colour Box and rotated in a new set of dirt pedals. I just realized that I have pedals ranging in price from $20 to $400.
The Colour Box runs XLR into my Focusrite interface, and the JamMan outputs go to the two amps pictured.
Hi... i got a new board today... i have just finished moving the pedals from old one to new one... so here is the first pic...
Nothing stays forever
Ditched the Whammy and added a ParaEQ and Zero Point Flanger.
My first go at a board:
I just picked up the Boss DS-1; I've been watching countless YouTube clips of high gain/metal pedals and got the idea of feeding the J. Rockett Tim Pierce OD with a DS-1. Saved myself at least $100 dollars using this stacked combo and it sounds awesome!
I'm borrowing the Keeley compressor and the vintage TC chorus/flanger. As good as the Keeley is I'm saving up for a more flexible comp. The TC is amaze-balls; maybe not the most flexible thing but it does something special with EQ and attack. I'm coveteting, coveting hard, but he won't sell it.
Eventually I will also replace the Reverb/Delay combo pedal with some sort of dark sounding analog delay. I just use the DD-5 for slapback on country/rockabilly stuff and the reverse delay for ambient stuff. The RV-3 is set for a mid length 3-peat sort of thing for solos. It sounds ok, not great.
This is going into a Hot Rod Deluxe and overall sounds pretty damn good. I'm not in love with the amp. I have a early '90's Fender "The Twin" that sounds a lot better but it's damn heavy and damn loud. I also have a JCM800 but it's just not flexible enough for my tastes and damn heavy and damn loud.
Here's what I have now...next I want the new Diezel Herbert pedal that was shown at NAMM!
I've had my Blues Driver and Vox Wah for almost ten years. I don't think I've owned another pedal for more than 6 months
Great picture, beautiful guitar and amp, and an awesome setup overall. We have very similar tastes. feel like I could hop right on your rig and play a full gig with no issues at all.
I love the vinyl you've got going on a well. Also, is that a Blackface Fender welcome mat by the door? Killer if so.
Thanks! I actually gig with about half these pedals if you can believe it. I like to have this many on my home board to experiment with. Yes the door mat is a balxkface fender. It was a gift.
I started the year with this and so far there's nothing I would change.
Considering a new ‘board as I’m not convinced I have the solderless neutric jacks secured properly with only one screw hitting wood ... we’ll see how it holds up for a couple more gigs and in the meantime, I’ve added the footswitch for my new (to me) Orange AD30 head.
With two amp channels and the Euphoria for “goosing” ‘em on leads, there’s an argument for the Box of Rock being superfluous but, given I have the space and power for it, it’s staying. Always handy if I’m using a different amp and need more gain options, I guess.