Bare Bones Nano Board

Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by Marshallfender, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. Marshallfender

    Marshallfender Tele-Meister

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    Put this together to hit a open jam last weekend. Used my LSL TBONE Into a Blues Jr. Sounded sweet. IMG_5323.JPG
     
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  2. sliberty

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    I envy your discipline. Thee’s Unused space on that board that I would have been compelled to fill.
     
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  3. thegeezer

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    I like what you've done...I made the change a while back and stuck my big board in the closet. I love it. I've squeezed a comp on a couple of times but don't need it with the amp I use so I'm sold on a tuner and two pedals as well.

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  4. sliberty

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    Here is mine. Not as minimal, but it has everything I'd need in a small package.

    Right to left:

    Donner Tuner
    MonoPrice Compressor (Diamond clone)
    Jan Ray clone
    KoT clone
    Donner Yellow Fall (delay)
    Tone City Tiny Spring (Reverb)

    Battery powered underneath - no electrical connection to the wall (Yipee!!!)

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    I have several pedal boards. One of them is just a piece of plywood with Veltex that will hold three pedals. Keeps things simple.
     
  6. LP26

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    Here's my small board...
    The range of tones I get from this small rigger so gratifying that I rarely use the big board.

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  7. blowtorch

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    i don't understand how you guys can hit the right button in the heat of battle, with all those mini pedals being so close to each other. I'm guessing you don't have to sing while trying to do the tapdance
     
  8. wulfenganck

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    Yep, some of those boards are really tiny....I rearranged all my boards several times, until I found the right amount of space between the pedals. one more to the front, another a bit more in the back, some pedals swapped due to height differences....and I put the mike stand a bit lower for singing and still keeping an eye on the board!
     
  9. cntry666

    cntry666 Friend of Leo's

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    I got this Everlasting Cases board for $38. I have 3 boards with 8 pedals on them but this is my favorite.

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  10. sliberty

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    I see you build your own pedals. What are they?
     
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    cntry666 Friend of Leo's

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    This is an Everlasting Cases pedal board and Chicago Stompworks pedals. I have the green ringer, Red llama and a boost.
     
  12. sliberty

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    So Chicago Stompworks leaves their pedals completely unbranded / unmarked. Odd.
     
  13. cntry666

    cntry666 Friend of Leo's

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    No they sell them for $50 unbranded. You want them with paint it’s closer to $100. They are fantastic pedals though.
     
  14. mgar64

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    I have a gator mini bone. Its smaaaall! Could probably fit 4-5 mini pedals. I already have TC mini tuner, tc mini flashback delay, tc mini hof reverb and tc mini ditto. What would you add / remove?
     
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