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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    Quote Originally Posted by bluzman
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    wow, these are all yours??? :shock:

    still waiting for a set of george l. cables, but this is my new board:
    guitar -> korg pitchblack 2 tuner -> eh the worm -> koch pedaltone preamp {fx send ->t.c. nova delay -> little lehle switch -> vox dynamic looper -> little lehle switch -> fx return} -> full tube (power-) amp :
    my 2 ct, all the best,
    michael.

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    myself. ;)

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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    I'm diggin VFE Effects right now. Great new builder with great value. Wah is an Area51 kit.

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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    This is how we 'Pedal our Boards' in Texas, boys. 8)

    In a meandering but generally clockwise direction, signal-chain starts in lower right hand corner, at 5 o'clock. AB box into either: A) Tuner or B) old Wah pedal > Ibanez TS9 > Custom 'Clean Boost' pedal (with bass & treble controls) > Klon Centaur > Ernie Ball volume pedal > TC Electronics Chorus Flanger > Custom Leslie effect called a Rotasia (built on a Ross Flanger chassis; fast, slow, 'motor-brakes' like a Leslie), A/B/A+B box (split for amps) > small looper for the two Boss delay pedals (1st: single slap back, 2nd: 3-4 slaps) > out of looper to small amp AB output-box in upper right corner. Powered by a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power, mounted upside down underneath the Tuner.

    The idea is, wah if you need it, 3 basic kinds of Overdrive, Volume pedal, two sweetener pedals, simple delays, then throw it into 2 different amps.
    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post

    And I like Harry's approach.
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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    I had this and went on a gear purge.


    Now this is what I am left with


    I've got way better gain options with the Pearl and one knob fuzz.

    Battery powered pedal board. I love this thing.

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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    okay, here's my mess. not pretty, but I know where everything is and how to use it. :lol:

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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    These are the pedals I use, I have no pedal board since I don`t take them anywhere.


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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    Here's what I was using.....
    This.......

    ...into this....


    This is what I'm considering wiring up with a few small changes....


    And finally the 'My name is DasBeef, and I have a problem' shot (minus a few recent additions)......

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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    ^^^^
    When you gig, to you have to hire a few people from the Scottish Tap Dancing Academy to help you out? :shock: :D
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    '55 X-50, '61 SFIII, '13 NS M75 , '13 Orpheum 12 Fret Dread,
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    Re: Lets see them pedal boards!

    This is where I admit that I don't even gig. Purely a hobby/habbit.....

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