Gonna build a pedal board

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  1. Jared macneill

    Jared macneill TDPRI Member

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    So i have been playing guitars for about 12 years now. I have always had a pedal or two .now im wanting to build a pedal board . Now some i all ready have and some that i have i won't be using . It will be a long term project due to the price of some of the pedals . There will be aprox eight pedals from overdrives to delays ect .
    These are the pedals im looking at now i have the hotwax and ce-5 . I have the earthquacker coming in aprox two weeks.the why three gain stages two will be set up for different songs and the third for leads same with the delay . I might even throw in my dd6.again diffrent pedals for different songs. I dont like freggin around with stuff after its set up properly . The compressor due to the fact it can be switch between the single coil and humbucker . [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    24 track Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    sounds like fun , I like the creation process as much as the playing process, have a blast!!!!

    I got silly with mine, bur I like it

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    Cool . Them multi effect pedals confuse me tho lol


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    I built the swithching to eliminate my confusion , the roland GR55 is controlled off of the guitar and the H9 Max is controlled off of the Ipad.... pretty simple :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    I highly recommend a Strymon Zuma to power those pedals. I have one and I love it. $250 but worth every penny because I have no noise. I also use Mogami Overdrive cables from my guitar through all of the pedals and finally to the amp. No noise and an incredible tone!! The Zuma power supply can also be extended if you you need to with the Strymon Oaji. I run 2 18v pedals and 6 9v pedals.
     
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    AngelStrummer Friend of Leo's

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    Who are you? The Edge?
     
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    I have no noise too with a visual sound 1 spot and two Harley Benton power supply of 10 euro each. :):):)
     
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    Lots of pics please!
     
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    bftfender Friend of Leo's

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    Dirty Shirley is a great pedal & the amp even better ! Just finished a 2nd tier on mine yesterday. & 2 daisy chained runs of power..buffer is hidden..no noise..dead quiet. Put the lid on , grab & go Pboard19 (2).jpg Pboard19a (2).jpg
     
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    I have tried pedals 1,3,5, and 7 and liked all of them. The avalanche run especially.
     
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