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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
We need a better shot of youre guitar to mate!
Fender Cabronita Telecaster MIM... replaced the standard bridge with a Rutter's La Burrito V and the plain white pick guard with a 9mm black pick guard... love the sound of the Fidelitrons so they're staying...
Ahh, there she is in a better view and light. I was thinking that your name/nickname was somehow attached to a guitar somehow Never tried a Cabronita, i asked about that in my local shop but they said Cabronitas are gone.
Yes, I think they were FSR only... you can actually build your own if you buy the body on line off Warmoth or someone like that, then put TV Jones, etc...
The closest thing might be to try one of those Gretsch Jet (solid body), i mean just to hear how the pickups sounds?
They're probably TV Jones on those...
Last gig with my band.
I recognize the tuner, wah, and volume pedal, but not the dark one with orange knobs. Is that an overdrive of some sort?
Fun sound board and straight ahead work board
Fun board is tuner, boss ps6, sub n up, homemade red lama, sp compressor, homemade Timmy, univibe, delay, reverb.
Work board is homemade a/b with switchable buffer, tuner, mi audio blues boy (best pedal on planet), mi audio compressor ( best compressor no one raves about), dual tremulater, el cap delay.
Each board is pretty awesome. Gonna make a sun face for both.
It's a Feather Drive O/D from Selah Fx's in Tasmania... it has a three way toggle... TS, Diode and Plexi... I keep mine on diode 24/7, a beautiful clean boost, the AC30 just sings... love this pedal and it is now part of MY tone... don't picture it leaving my board anytime soon... I'm actually considering buying a second unit to keep in the draw just in case... my rig now is simple, Cabronita > Selah > AC30 (I use other stuff on and off but those three are the backbone)
Well spotted... love this pedal... I'm one of the reviewers (Rod) on that page...
Board number one (mostly for home use):
Korg Pitchblack mini -> TC Electronic HyperGravity mini -> Wampler Tumnus -> Henretta Pinkman dirty boost -> Henretta Orange Whip comp -> Tech21 RK5 (into a Vox Lil Night Train)
Board number two:
Korg Pitchblack tuner -> TC Electronic HyperGravity comp -> TC Electronic MojoMojo overdrive -> Mad Professor Amber overdrive -> Tech21 OMG overdrive -> TC Electronic Spark mini boost -> TC Electronic Flashback Triple delay (into a Fender HotRod Deluxe III)
Pigtronix Philosophers Tone Micro, JHS MG, EHX SF, DOD Carcosa, RAT, POG2, Line 6 M9 + Mission Expression Pedal, MXR Carbon Copy.
We all know this pedalboard will change in a week...
What's the point of owning a cioks DC5 and not hiding it underneath the board???
Unfortunately it doesn't fit under this board (Palmer 50S)
FWIW I think you made an incredible use of space.
That must be the only board it doesn't fit under!
Probably... As you can see it is only 1 or 2 mm too wide to fit in the frame of the board:
I guess it is possible to file/cut the frame so it will fit, but I don't have any proper metalworking tools to do that. (Any good DIY-solutions are welcome).
This is the latest iteration of my big pedalboard. A few band practices illuminated what worked and what didn’t and what I used and what I didn’t use on the prior version.
The biggest change is switching out the Earthquaker Palisades for an Earthquaker Acapulco Gold and pulling the Black Cat Super Fuzz off the board.
The Palisades offered me way more options than I ever used or probably would use and I could never make the Black Cat work for me in this band setting as much as I love it when playing solo. Both pedals, especially the Palisades, have too many knobs and fiddly switches; not something I want to deal with when we start gigging. I appreciate the stoner-metal roar and the One Big-Dumb-Knob simplicity of the Acapulco Gold.
I’m also in the process of rethinking/rerouting the signal chain. For this reason, it’s not entirely cabled yet. I formerly had the dirt boxes, Mel-9 and Ditto in the Loop Gate and the Phase 90 into the DD7 after the loop. Now I’m putting the Acapulco Gold, Mel-9 and Phase 90 in the loop so that the volume pedal runs strait to the DD7 and the Ditto at the end. I’m on the fence with the final signal path position of the Ditto. Any input and opinions would be welcome!
I did change its board position because it was stupidly inconvenient where it was.
Now that I’ve freed up a plug on the Voodoo Lab power supply, I want to send my VP Jr. to JHS to do their active buffer mod.