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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by BOBBO, Sep 16, 2007.
nice set up BADHABIT! ANY SOUND CLIPS OF THAT AWESOME SET UP?
Since he has a metal zone, my first guess is SHOUT AT THE DEVIL!
Actually we do a mix of stuff that you'd currently hear on a lot of Christian FM radio (Casting Crowns, Third Day, Matt Redmon, etc.) but we also mix in a secular song every once in a while if it fits with that week's message. We just did Nickelback's "If Everyone Cared" and we've even done things like Daniel Powter's "You Had A Bad Day" and some U2. So we cover a lot of territory musically. I need a pedalboard that can give me a mix of stuff.
I have a customer that plays jazz that uses a Metal Zone.
Warren uses a Metal Zone with the Allmans... not exactly your typical head bangers but it works
Or: Running with the Devil!
We do a lot of the same stuff! I find that the combination of my JTM45 and Tube Driver get me anywhere I need to go these days.
I'll send you a link to our band page, where we post our weekly song list.
Completely homemade, inexpensive, but surprisingly substantial pedals (minus the Digitech Death Metal, it's only there to take up space) and I've made room for a comp and flange that are in the mail.
BTW- The chain may appear backwards, because I'm right-handed and left-footed, so it goes: Epi LP> DOD FX55> DOD FX100> Lyon Chorus (I know, but I like it)> Dano PB&J Delay> Dunlop Crybaby> Fender Automatic SE
Would be looking at maybe a treble booster or an EQ to either replace the LPB-1 or just to put before it. The LPB-1 is currently my always on pedal, giving my cleans some crunch. Can't use it to cut through the mix because of the annoying pop and isn't really working right.
What is the rule-of-thumb for pedal placement in the chain? Which can go through the front of the amp, which should go to the send and return loops.
Currently I've got 2 different boards - the first one is used in my home studio and has "everything"
(at least until I have another GAS attack) on it, while the one below it is smaller in size and is what
I take to gigs and use with my church's praise band...
You guys inspired me to put together a pedalboard...here it is:
Whoops!...here it is...
Doesn't look stage friendly !! I like my stuff organized !! Can't step on the wrong thing at a gig !
Agree about the stage application...I just use it at home for now. Once I have figured out what I want/need for live performance, I'll rearrange for ease of use on stage...will probably have more than one board!
I'm down to just an OD and Delay !!
currently in the process of building my boards, hope one day to add some zvex in it..
I have tweaked my board for the last 30 days, and I have arrived at this version which I really like...it's a little cleaner than my previous arrangement.
Digitech RP500 is what I am currently using as my road rig, it doubles as an effects pedal board and amp simulator for direct recording.
I still have my old pedalboard at home using older Boss effects, Marshall Guvn'or for OD, and a Nady wireless.
The RP500 is pretty impressive and records well in hotel rooms.