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Acoustic pedalboard, currently in transit:



This new pedalboard is a twin to my small jam board I posted earlier in the thread. It has the same color and dimensions. Main difference is the platform, led color, and internal power wiring.

The platform will house a compressor and parametric EQ. The "main floor" will house a LR Baggs venue, a chorus and Fishman reverb.
Here it is, all assembled and wired:

 

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For posterity. Moved the reverb and Soul Food to the frontline. SF is there as a clean boost (patched into the OD channel, it pushes the Bad Monkey nicely). Had space to squeeze the reverb pedal in; it's the most used pedal in my FX loop, so now I have front row access. And finally, the pièce de résistance, my new to me Friedman BE-OD. This has really changed the way I look at distortion pedals. I never thought it possible to get great tube crunch sound from diodes, but this one nails it and makes me really happy.

 

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i dont have a board, they are just sitting on the floor, but this is my current setup. im gonna build a board next weekend.

 

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Latest update.. this empty space beside the wah pedal is for a tube screamer which I haven’t purchased yet :D
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How do you like the drop tune? I’ve been using a friends whammy from detuning and it seems good to about a half a tone - to a full tone, after that it starts to sound very processed.
 

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How do you like the drop tune? I’ve been using a friends whammy from detuning and it seems good to about a half a tone - to a full tone, after that it starts to sound very processed.
I hear same complaint alot but for me I use it just to drop half step and very rarely a full step so it sounds very natural.. I tried the full octave and it was acceptable to me too (sounding like a bass)
 

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There's plenty of room on that board for a second row of regular sized pedals.

This reminded me that I have a 33"x6"x1/4" hunk of aluminum plate that would make a right "blingy" pedal board :D with some clear acrylic feet. I'd likely cut it in two and tier them as an 18" and a 15" but I haven't figured out yet how to do that.

For now I'll stick with my solid acrylic "invisible" board.
 




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