pics of your pedalboard

Kezia

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I should probably invest in a bigger board

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Damn a lot's changed

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e44crowe

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Here is my board.
 

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studio1087

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I have three. The bases are all from PedalTrain and the power supplies are all 1-Spots.

Little Guy.........

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Medium Guy.........

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Big Guy........

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The medium one is my favorite. It has everything (for me). The little board gets used with several low power amps that lack tremolo or reverb. The little board has the basic stuff that I truly need (comp, OD, tremolo and reverb. The big board is overkill. I often think about parting it out but I would never sell the Barber Half Gainer or the MHP 72. I have about 45 loose pedals but those are the organized boards.
 

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This is the most recent pic I have but it's already changed. I removed the Retroman Beano (gold, top-left) back in December. I just removed this week the Yamaha chorus and the Hiwatt tremolo. Both will be replaced by a Strymon Lex and Strymon Favorite Switch (which I should receive this week).

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Added the MXR Fullbore Metal and moved the Keeley comp after the dirt. I still mainly use the comp for cleans, but I discovered it's actually more useable after the dirt than it was before. It's still not an "always on" pedal, but it gets more use now.

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Real high dollar board here! :rofl:The Rat clone was built using a board that I found on line that is supposedly the same circuit as the first generation from the 80's. The A/B takes the tuner out of the signal chain and also acts as a mute. The boost pedal is the Orman design that I built on perfboard. All this plugs into a home built 5E3 circuit amp.

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