Show us your Pedal board.

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. robottyme

    robottyme NEW MEMBER!

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    I've been lurking on this site for a long time and it's about time I join. Not all my pedals on at the time on this little amp but you can pull out how many jacks you need from the front and the switch at the side turns on all the pedals which all plug in inside the cabinet, along with the amp. Nice n' ez. Oh and a big hello to everyone.
     
  2. eugenedunn

    eugenedunn Friend of Leo's

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    Welcome Robottyme!

    That's an unusual amp / cabinet you have....what's going on there? I didn't understand your description...can you elaborate why there's a pedal stuck on the side?
     
  3. Strongpersuader

    Strongpersuader Tele-Meister

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    Hi Guys!

    Let me show you my humble pedalboard. I have been trying to keep it as simple as it is possible and the final result is here.

    The signal chain is the following: 51Tele or AmDlx Strat -> Ernie Ball Jr Volume pedal -> Dunlop Crybaby Classic Wah -> Xotic BB Preamp -> Zendrive II -> MXR Carbon Copy Delay -> Fulltone Supa Trem. The power supply is a Dunlop DC Brick.

    I do also have a Turbo Tuner attached to the volume pedal tuner out and I keep the footswitch of my Fender Hot Rod Deluxe in the board, for wherever my Blues Jr don't fit the venue.

    Cheers.

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  4. genesiospinola

    genesiospinola Tele-Meister

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    Awesome pedalboard bro! Less is more! So...play the blues! ;-) Cheers!
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  5. awfulguitarnois

    awfulguitarnois Tele-Holic

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    Here's mine. The board itself is homemade, and works great.

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    In case you can't see them, they're listed in my sig... the Hot Fudge provides the trem.
     
  6. robottyme

    robottyme NEW MEMBER!

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    The side pedal in an ehx inline booster which is always used so i hung it up out of the way. This is just a practice amp I have with an old sears silvertone ss head and some unusual 3 way speaker underneath with a crappy box. It has a cool sound to it though. The pedal jacks are all daisy chained and just pull out a little hole i drilled through the front. They plug into a few plugs I wired up inside and the switch on the side of the amp turns them all on or off. The amp plugs in there too so theres only 1 plug going to the wall. It's kind of an eyesore but I log endless hours on it. Only put it on this thread cause its kinda like a pedal board too.
     
  7. swla

    swla TDPRI Member

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    A lot of great sounds on this one!

     
  8. juxtapolice

    juxtapolice Tele-Holic

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    pedalboard.jpg <-- still waiting for the trem to complete
     
  9. JeradP

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    EHX Hum Debugger (always on)-Dano Fish and Chips EQ (always on)-Dano Fab Echo (always on)-Ibanez DE7 (always on)-Fender Starcaster Chorus-Boss Chorus Ensemble-Boss Super Chorus-MI Audio Blues Pro Overdrive-Ibaenez TS7 (Analog Man modded to 808)-DOD 250-Boss DS1-Digitech Bad Monkey-Boss CS3 compressor (always on)-Dano Pepperoni Phaser-Fender PT10 tuner

    The 4 "real" pedals (Hum DB not included) are on for tone. The Echo and DE7 are basically like reverb. I play through solid states so I use whatever I can to get a nice thick tone. The DS1 actually has a use to it!! :eek:
     

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  10. Teleworshipkid

    Teleworshipkid Friend of Leo's

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    @jaredp

    WHY on earth is your tuner last? Especially with all those effects that you leave on all the time! Doesn't that make tuning a pain?
     
  11. travisham

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    Great to see someone else digging the Dead Hipster!
     
  12. hou35male

    hou35male Tele-Meister

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    Man, I know this is to post about pedal boards, but I'm digging that Hot Fudge amp!!! :cool:
     
  13. JeradP

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    The tuner is first.
    Amp-Hum Debugger-rest of pedals-tuner-guitar. I had it last but needed the space, and no, there weren't any problems despite having effects on
     
  14. Teleworshipkid

    Teleworshipkid Friend of Leo's

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    Haha ok I was reading your list like it was first-last. My bad!
     
  15. mrkm

    mrkm Former Member

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    I've been using a combination of these two boards; either the DMM in place of the Echoczar or the NG-2 (sometimes an old Univox Superfuzz) in place of the Fuzzaround & Prometheus:

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    Looking to add a CAE wah as well as a digital delay (Replica or DD-2).
     
  16. slotted screw

    slotted screw Tele-Meister

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    nice boards and strat mrkm!
     
  17. Clean Channel

    Clean Channel TDPRI Member

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    I like this!
     
  18. mattbrennan

    mattbrennan NEW MEMBER!

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    My board

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    WEM Copicat IC300
    Dunlop Crybaby GCB95
    Marshall Compressor
    Marshall Jackhammer Overdrive
    Electro Harmonix Small Clone chorus
    Electro Harmonix Little big Muff
    Footswitch for Carlsbro TC60#

    :)

    Sorry, this is my first post, still getting to grips with the forum, always found it a great resource so finally decided to make an account. :)
     
  19. Mr Dynamite

    Mr Dynamite TDPRI Member

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    Just finished my pedalboard. Added an patchbay with Neutrik locking jacks and powercon power connector.
    Right now I'm just using guitar in and out but also room for fx loop send and return and a footswitch that comes with my next amp ;)
    Also added 2 new pedals, an micro vibe and the corona chorus, really like them.

    Anyway, pics!

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    Signal chain:

    Guitar -> Wah -> Polytune -> Micro Vibe -> Fatboost -> "The Crossroads" -> Corona Chorus -> Carbon Copy -> EQ -> Amp
     
  20. RawjerLee

    RawjerLee Tele-Meister

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    WOW. Dude, you gotta post a tutorial or something to how you built that killer board. That's an awesome idea (with the patch bay), how'd you power it, is that near the patching area?
     
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