Show us your Pedal board.

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

  1. TheRumRunner

    TheRumRunner Tele-Afflicted

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    My board changes up just like the seasons and right now is seems that Fuller owns my front row lol

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  2. telemaster7082

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    Is that a classic? I have a classic "1960" bought in 2003. Nice player. Quite the pedalboard.
     
  3. TheRumRunner

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    It's a '94 Standard, my only LP. The board is always changing and every time I think about doing up a smaller board with just 4-6 pedals I get cold feet. lol

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  4. telemaster7082

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    They must have changed the color scheme/ LP model because mine is the same color but is a "classic".
     
  5. teleup

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    heres an up to date pic. of the enterprise :)

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  6. Trey jr.

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    What in the world kind of music do you play?!
     
  7. teleup

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    it`s complicated ;)
     
  8. doinsjames

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    My Danelectro PedalTrain...

    :lol:...okay, you inspred me...gave me an excuse to get another pedal:lol:

    This pedalboard has people asking questions all the time...everyone acts as though they have never seen such a pedalboard:eek:

    18 pedals...and counting...?

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  9. King Creole

    King Creole Friend of Leo's

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    The stages I play on are so small, I'd have to put my monitor on top of one end of this pedal board and stand on the other end of it.

    This board sure looks like fun, though.
     
  10. doinsjames

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    I think this is a good opportunity to show the growth of my pedalboard...this will show why I needed to get a pedaltrain...although I love the Danelectro pedalboard, it just was not enough to hold everything without cramping up my system...so, I bought a pedaltrain, that I may have more real estate for my effects...

    Here is the link to see the different levels of my pedalboard...

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/doinsjames/
     
  11. andrewnelles

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    My pedalboard has been changing rapidly lately, this is the current version, eliminated a few pedals to clean it up tonight. Currently using this for guitar and a baritone (tuned E-e) running into a Hiwatt 50W clone with a 70's Kustom 2x15.

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    The pedals are pretty self explanatory. The LPB-2 is the only odd-ball. It was an empty shell that I was given, I built a replica circuit around an old 2N5133 transistor, which is what I think it would have originally had. I'll be adding and LED to it soon, that's been driving me nuts.
     
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  12. Daddy Hojo

    Daddy Hojo Friend of Leo's

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    Lol. You don't have enough fuzz pedals on there.
     
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    My current PB:

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    The MXR ZX44 is interchangeable with my Ibanez TS808...
     
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    My pedalboard right now. It's a real mess because I still have to receive patch cables and decide about the position of each pedal...

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  15. Kestrel

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    Here's mine:

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    How are you liking the Flashback X4 so far?
     
  17. Kestrel

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    Love it! All the modes sound great, especially the Space mode (based on the Roland Space Echo) which is to die for. It's an extremely easy to use delay pedal too.
     
  18. pokett

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    I agree completely, it was the one thing I really wanted for christmas and the wife came through. Have you found any toneprints that you like?
     
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    Haven't had a chance to mess with the Toneprints yet. I got the X4 more because of it's versatility and sound rather than the ability to emulate an artist's delay settings, although I might be interested in checking out the EP-3 Toneprint by Andy from PGS.
     
  20. pokett

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    Makes sense. Mine was an upgrade from a digitech delay partnered with a home made external tap tempo footswitch, so the upgrade for me has definitely been eye opening. :)
     
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