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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Simple But Effective
This does the trick for me.
Nice pedalboard gtrplr2! I am fond of the RGW Electronics stuff myself
The Pistol Pete's are rare, only 20 made.
Here is my pedalboard:
Here is my pedalboard I'm working on...I've been assembling this the last couple of weeks or so...I still have to add a MXR Distortion + and I am swapping out the Line 6 Liqua Flange for a Constrictor Gate and getting rid of the Noise Supressor and just using the gate.....any recommendations?
Thanks Robbie! My Pistol Pete is #14, and my Bad Bob is #80. I wish I could get a bigger pic uploaded, but I can not figure out how to do it.
im the last one!
Here's mine. The only addition since this pic was taken is the Korg dt-10 tuner.
MI Audio Tube Zone (for my heavier overdrive/distortion needs) -->
TIM Overdrive (my light/base overdrive) -->
Timmy Overdrive (usually a solo boost, but is sometimes used for a medium overdrive too) -->
Marshall ED-1 compressor (mainly used as a clean solo/volume boost) -->
Danelectro Tune Melt tremolo (really a "great bang for the buck" pedal !) -->
Line6 Echo Park delay
Boss PSM-5 is used to power up the pedals through the daisy chain except the Echo Park which has an isolated power supply.
Nice pedalboards..I'm am almost done putting mine together..I will show it when I am finished getting my power supply..I have a question though about the Gator Power supplies and the Voodoo labs Power supplies or any power supply at that...do you have to have an adapter for pedals like the Electro Harmonix or the older DOD pedals that have the 1/8" power jack? or do the power bricks come with those cables....?????
I just have to add my loop-master and my Rat and I'm done..I've managed to fit my Gator Power supply under the pedalboard so there is extra room on the top...it's a pedaltrain too...i'll post pictures next week....
just bought a pedaltrain from our other guitar player who decided to go (almost) pedalfree (just a TS-9) for €50 for the pedalboard, cables AND a KORG tuner - I believe I made a good deal - still waiting for it though, he's bringing it in at next rehearsal
then I can start to figure out how to fit the following
2 BOSS SD-1 - cannot EVER do without AT LEAST 1
1 VoodooLab Sparkle Drive - no can do without
1 Ibanez TS-9 - could do without
1 Ibanez CP-10 - could do without, depending on the gig
1 T-Rex Dr Swamp - could do without, but only if I get to take 2 SD-1's
1 Visual Sound H2O - no can do without, unless I get another (smaller sized) delay pedal, the chorus is never used
1 Korg Tuner - or BOSS TU-2
1 BOSS TU-2 - need this if he takes off the power supply but then the Korg can go
1 Vox Wah - well, I guess I could put that on the floor next to the board, but...
This is mine, for this week anyway
nice boards!.. i'll post pics of mine soon.. when i finish it.. just gotta get that delay up there and tuner.. hmmmm..
ACDC Power Bank
Marshall EH-1 Echohead
Big Muff Pi (Built in the heart of the Soviet Union)
ProCo Rat 2 Distortion
Boss DS-1 Distortion
Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer
Rocktron Black Cat Moan
Daphon Guitar Tuner
Digitech Whammy 4
Zvex Fuzz Factory
what i've noticed on some of these pedalboards is the lack of organization with the cables....some pedalboards have a way to tuck them under the board some don't...is there a good way to organize, or hide your cables?
My pedal board.... Hi tech, complicated stuff I know....
Amen BritishBluesBoy I use the K*I*S*S Method myself
What's the K*I*S*S Method then...??
Keep It Simple Sucker
i cant be bothered with hiding cables - it means drilling holes into the wood, and if you get a new pedal, you often re-arrange the pedal board.
theres nowt wrong with having the cables on show
Wow, this pic is almost 2 years old. A lot has changed since then ...
Austin Gold, original Expandora, Deep Blue chorus, DynaComp, Hush Pedal, Korg DT7 tuner, EB volume pedal.
Now it's: Sparkle Drive, DS1, Deep Blue, Behringer Tremolo, Hush, Korg, EB.