Let's see your ultra-minimalist boards

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by steam-powered, Aug 27, 2016.

  1. slinger

    slinger Friend of Leo's

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    ya I read it.........that's my minimal.......now if you can build me a single switch that

    can change the 4-6 effects I use ( without scrolling) ...please get in touch
     
  2. slinger

    slinger Friend of Leo's

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  3. bottlenecker

    bottlenecker Friend of Leo's

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    Velcro that to a board and you've got a winner.
     
  4. tube.tone

    tube.tone Tele-Meister

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    Here is mine, simple but covers my stomping ground...
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  5. jsp737

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    Update to my minimalist board and late night bedroom practice rig. Though I keep most of my gear in a different room, I keep a couple guitars in my bedroom that I play every night before bed. To get rid of the cluttered look and to keep the cables out of the vacuum cleaner, I put the board and power supply in the top drawer of my dresser. The power cord and amp cable run out the back of the drawer and through a hole in the back of the dresser. It's worked out really well. Grab a guitar, open the drawer and plug in. Super fast and convenient and keeps the clutter down in the bedroom.
    JP

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  7. mikestar1217

    mikestar1217 TDPRI Member

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    This is literally the first time I've ever seen someone else with an Echophonic. How do you like it?
     
  8. CK5150

    CK5150 Tele-Meister

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    I run this into my tweed champ and can get some screaming sounds.
     
  9. PastorJay

    PastorJay Tele-Afflicted

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    And here's what I used Wednesday night:

    (sorry, I don't have a picture of the cord).
     
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  10. uriah1

    uriah1 Telefied Gold Supporter

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    I had 3 at a gig last week. Actually not bad. Tu3-spark-ts9. Covered lots of territory.
     
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  12. ssmtb

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    Here's mine when I first wired it up. DIY shelf pedalboard. Turns out dremel tools aren't the best for cutting wood... Hehe. image.jpg

    I've put the fuzz first now because it sounds best alone. I might lose it in favor of a comp or a wah. Still room for a tuner pedal too!

    As far as minimalist goes, it depends on the amp, but I could be fine with just the OD3 or the FD2 into a slightly dirty amp. The two pedals stacked together though are fantastic.
     
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  13. Alamo

    Alamo Doctor of Teleocity

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    My trusted Bosch drill case "grab & go board".
    the lid can be detached by pulling the hinge pin.
    Crunch Distortion* -> Boss DD2 -> Tremolo* -> Joyo Ultimate Drive -> American Sound*
    powered by a Caline Mobile Batterie power supply.

    * Harley Benton (joyo)

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  14. John E

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  15. bottlenecker

    bottlenecker Friend of Leo's

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    How many times can you make that joke and still call it minimalist?
     
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  16. thegeezer

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    Might have posted this before...apologies if so. Does everything I need for the material I play with my blues/R&B/rock band. It goes between a Tele and a '54 Deluxe.
     
  17. Minimalist518

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    I just re-did both my boards. This is my minimalist grab-and-go board for open mics or jamming at a friend's house. IMG_2923.JPG
     
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  18. basher

    basher Tele-Afflicted Silver Supporter

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    Here's mine; it's about as maximalist as I let myself get. Russian BMP > Crybaby > homemade Rat > EHX Neo Clone > Visual Sound Axle Grease Delay > Pitchblack Poly.

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  19. Lef T

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    I think this is pretty minimalist.

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  20. the tool

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    Minimalism deluxe!
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