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Updated Show Your Pedal Board

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by SaintSilas, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. SaintSilas

    SaintSilas Tele-Meister

    Tired of flipping through a hundred pages starting at 2006 to see some newer pedal boards. Tons of great new pedals since 2006. So starting a new thread. Here is my Pedaltrain Jr.
    -T.C Electronic Polytune 2 Tuner
    -Dunlop Crybaby 535Q Wah
    -T.C. Electronic Hypergravity Comp
    -Ibanez TS9 TubeScreamer
    -Friedman BE-OD Overdrive
    -T.C. Electronic Helix Phaser
    -EHX Canyon Delay/Looper

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  2. Paul in Colorado

    Paul in Colorado Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

    Mar 17, 2003
    Fort Collins, CO
    Just start at the last thread and go backwards. We already have a place to post pedalboards and it's kind of redundant to start over.
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  3. SaintSilas

    SaintSilas Tele-Meister

    I'd imagine its for those who haven't posted. Thanks for the input.

  4. MilwMark

    MilwMark Poster Extraordinaire Ad Free Member

    Apr 29, 2013
    near Arnold's
    I'm confused. The other thread is constantly updated.
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  5. SaintSilas

    SaintSilas Tele-Meister

    Maybe its my phone...I have to shuffle through years of pages to get to the newer ones.

  6. ViTaY

    ViTaY TDPRI Member

    Aug 1, 2017
    Portland Oregon
    Well here is "My" revamped pedal arrangement,
    It consists of two boards that are linked together. "One" board has my "Wah's, and an "Envelope Follower" (wanted extra room for the "Rocker" pedals), and the "Other" pedal has everything else.
    Both pedals built by myself, with "Old School" Vibe
    The oldest pedal is a "Late 60's/Early 70's Colorsound "Wah Wah" that I purchased "Used" in 1978 IMG_20170731_110352.jpg IMG_20170731_110101.jpg IMG_20170731_110352.jpg IMG_20170731_110352.jpg IMG_20170731_110101.jpg

  7. ViTaY

    ViTaY TDPRI Member

    Aug 1, 2017
    Portland Oregon
    Sorry for the multiple photo postings, I am "New" and find this forum very confusing

  8. cntry666

    cntry666 Tele-Afflicted

    Aug 16, 2010
    decatur, ga
    I got 3 boards I switch depending on the show.
    IMG_0541.JPG IMG_0539.JPG
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  9. artdecade

    artdecade Poster Extraordinaire

    Dec 6, 2010
    STOP. Use the sticky thread. That is why it is there.

    Last edited: Aug 1, 2017
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  10. Billvsa

    Billvsa NEW MEMBER!

    May 18, 2015
    France / USA
    IMG_0461.JPG IMG_0460.JPG Hello all ! I'm new to this website and Have a question concerning my pedalboard setup:
    I have a one spot pro cs12 to power all my pedals however the pedalboard has a USA IEC 320 C14 to NEMA 5-15R plug adapter (I believe) and I need to run everything on 220 volts since I live in Europe right now... I'm guessing I need to change the adapter since it's probably just for 110 v ???

    IMG_0463.JPG Thanks in advance guys

    Will IMG_0462.JPG

  11. LP26

    LP26 Tele-Meister

    Nov 5, 2017
    Earth (Part-Time)
    This is the small board...
    Pedals mounted on a Pedaltrain Metro 16.
    I use this with a number of amps, but primarily use it as a "grab 'n' go" with my Henriksen Bud which is unseen, but immediately behind the this little board.

    It's a great bit of kit when traveling by subway or cab.

    Last edited: Dec 8, 2017
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  12. Gin Mill Cowboy

    Gin Mill Cowboy TDPRI Member

    Apr 5, 2014
    New Jersey
    How is that Volto working for you? Always considered getting one, but there isn’t a lot of buzz about them.

  13. LP26

    LP26 Tele-Meister

    Nov 5, 2017
    Earth (Part-Time)
    I've only had the Volto for a week or so. I suppose it's a bit premature to issue a blanket endorsement or condemnation.
    I seem to be getting 4-5 hours of of playing time out of a full charge and it does seem to minimize, if not eliminate any hum from the board.

    I had been thinking about picking one up for quite a while, but didn't want to pay 130 bucks for it.
    When they went on sale for $80 I took the plunge.

    So, to sum up, it's quiet, convenient, and it eliminates the need for both batteries and an extension cord or power strip.

    And a question for you...
    I see you have a Belle Epoch. I've been thinking about picking one up.
    I recently bought the Topanga and am delighted with it, hence my interest in the Belle Epoch specifically and Catalibread pedals generally.

    I tend to use any of my pedals somewhat sparingly... I don't lay the effects on thick, preferring to use them in a more subtle way.
    I should probably just take a stroll over to Rudy's, but there are nearly always multiple musicians playing so it can be hard to isolate tone.
    Well that and the fact that most of his clientele is composed of NYC professionals. My modest chops are bush league by comparison.

    Since he moved from 48th Street to Broome Street Rudy's has become my neighborhood guitar shop.
    Lucky me...

  14. LP26

    LP26 Tele-Meister

    Nov 5, 2017
    Earth (Part-Time)
    And how is that Strymon Flint working for you?
    That being another pedal that I've been thinking about.

  15. Plumber

    Plumber Tele-Meister

    Jun 5, 2014
    Flints are great pedals

  16. artdecade

    artdecade Poster Extraordinaire

    Dec 6, 2010
    Still relevant.
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  17. LP26

    LP26 Tele-Meister

    Nov 5, 2017
    Earth (Part-Time)
    Well, pardon my ignorance of protocol, but having joined this forum about a month ago, I'm unfamiliar with the "sticky thread".
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  18. bluzkat

    bluzkat Tele-Meister

    Feb 20, 2011
    Lansing, Michigan
    It's in the section at the top of the page (Show us your Pedalboard).


  19. Platefire

    Platefire Friend of Leo's

    Nov 3, 2003
    North Louisiana around Many
    This is an old SKB PS-25 Pedal-board from the 80's my Son sold me about 25 years ago---still in use. I use the RP-55 mostly for reverb for my DIY non-reverb tube amps and special effects as needed. Platefire
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