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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
updated my board replacing a couple and adding loops
by Progbusters, on Flickr
Was like this...
After i'll put the new one
Thanks for the acknowledgement of the groovy Expandora and Space Station.....they do stuff nothing else can.
I think I bought my Expandora when they first came out in 1995 or so...... it's been my ONLY distortion device for all these years!!!!
The Space Station is quirky noisemaker, and it does a few things AMAZINGLY well....like the freakin' string-synth swell..... gads... it's a mind blower.
Almost had the chance to buy an Expandora today on Ebay. 75 bucks, I got outbidded though, with 1 minute left.
Ive got a space station would never sell or trade away. amazing effect.
Got my SKB Stage Five back last week from SKB warranty replacement. Only took a week and they sent me a brand new board. It's perfect and they were super easy to deal with. They really do follow thru on their "Million Mile" Promise! No questions asked, replaced!
Can't say enough about how nice they were to deal with! (no I dont work for them)
Got my board set up again, always a pain but this time it will stay. While I was in there, I replaced my MXR Classic Overdrive with a Way Huge Green Rhino MkII. LOVE IT! Best OD I've ever had!
My most recent board!
Here's what I'm using right now:
Keeley Mello modded Vox Wah
Whammy IV (modded true bypass + etc. etc.)
Cause & Effect FET Dream
Blackout Effectors Mantra (in limited black on black with low gain switch mod)
Blackout Effectors Very Special Twosome
Dr. Scientist Reverberator
Boss RC2 Loop Station
Mojo Hand Dual Boost
Underneath there are two PP2+s.
It's all in a pedal board from Road Rage Pro Gear, and the inside frame that supports the pedals is home made.
Now is like that!
Nice! less is more. Looks similar to my board.
Thanks bro! Less is more and using 10 fingers...heheh ;-)
The XP-300 Space Station's Synth Swell voices are so trippy.... I like all of them: the octave swell, the 4ths, the 5ths, the chorus swell.... amazing.
You don't hear too much about this pedal....it's too bad.
Work in progress
This is a little project I started while bored - could have used the time to clean the house or something, but that would make my life way too easy.
This is definitely a work in progress. I made a basic shelf with a boxed area behind. That is going to have a hinged, closable top on it. I was going to extend a top across the whole opening because I was planning to use a surge bar, but since finding the ISO-5 I don't need to go that route. Instead, I'm gonna make a hinged top over the power source, but put a permanent top over the rest and put some velcro on there...just in case. Obviously, I still have to velcro the shelf for the pedals. As soon as I decide whether or not I'm gonna add a boost box, I'll make room for it on the main shelf by putting my tuner up top. As for planned upgrades to the gear itself, I've already got a line on some George L connector cables for the boxes. I'll also be changing to a Wampler Ego Compressor pedal, and possibly adding a boost. I also intend to varnish the wood and add some rubber pads to the bottom. I'll post pics again when it's completed.
Love this picture, but it must be hell stepping on one of them without knocking the rest over
It's about time I joined in.
The ones on there are my core pedals that never get removed
Menatone Foxy Brown
Durham Sex Drive
BBE Sonic Stomp
Channel changer for my amp (I'm changing the lead to be detachable tomorrow)
The few extras are for when I'm using a different amp. My Tube Zone, Airbag compressor and Mr. Springgy reverb have been booted off the board to make way for the channel changer of my Supro Dual Tone (which is a rehoused Zinly Blue Velvet). They go back on if I'm using my ZT Club. I have limited use for fuzz but everyone needs a fuzz pedal I'll be carrying the reverb with me just in case the reverb on the amp packs up unexpectedly.
Nice to see Space Station's around. Got mine for $75 when nobody wanted em. Went to check ebay last year for a backup/second and Yowza! Did they just get 'discovered' all of a sudden or did someone famous use one?
Bit older pic but:
PW Tuner > Dunlop Volume > Budda Wah > Rat > Tube Screamer > Space Station > Marshall Regenerator > DL4 > Hardwire Reverb > Verbzilla > Jamman Looper all in a homemade case with Furman Power and Supa Charger
What do you use the Marshall Regenerator for? How do you like it?
Never really bonded with the Marshall and sold it off. I mostly used the vibe setting which was pretty decent for a cheaper pedal(paid 50). Like most multi pedals I found it does everything ok but nothing really great. Overall not a bad pedal, well built, but the sounds were rather generic and didn't really grab me. I did have some fun making loops using the step phaser and an ebow.