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

  1. bwires

    bwires Tele-Meister

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    Here's a shot of the rig:
     

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  2. jaded_musician

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    You can get these from here:
    http://www.redco.com/shopexd.asp?id=1287

    There's a few ways you can use the jacks. This was my first idea:
    1. Guitar In
    2. Amp Out
    3. Effects loop In
    4. Effects loop Out

    I could run a patch cable from the Amp Out to Effects in and use it without a loop too.

    The way I have it hooked up now is like this:
    1. Guitar In
    2. Amp Out
    3. Stereo TRS effects loop with Y splitter on both sides of cable, this gives me an effects loop with one jack.
    4. TRS Channel/Solo switch for my Mesa Lonestar.

    By taking advantage of the stereo trs jacks I'm able to squeeze another line out of the 4 connectors. Plus I can still split the Y cable on the effects loop to patch it in from the amp out connector. If that makes sense.....
     
  3. Aras Bruce

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    Here's my homemade pedal board. That's maple frame, with some wicked flame/figure. Won't say much else unless people can't tell from the pic what the pedals are.
     
  4. jaded_musician

    jaded_musician TDPRI Member

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    Nice combination and the wood is spectacular.
     
  5. doinsjames

    doinsjames TDPRI Member

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    That makes perfect sense. Thank you very much:D

    I like the first setup you mentioned; I think it would work best woth my amp...a tweed bassman.

    Thank you for the link, also. It makes my search so much easier:D
     
  6. andrewsadlon

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    Man I've been gassing for an FD2, but don't have no cash and plus, I already have an 808 so I can't justify it. How's it sound?

    "It's ironic- I used to play in my bedroom pretending I'm onstage; now I play onstage and pretend I'm in my bedroom."
     
  7. Aras Bruce

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    Nice combination and the wood is spectacular.[/QUOTE]


    Thank you very much!
     
  8. migra dude

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    How'd you go about drilling the holes for the Redco jacks? (Technique, tools, tips?) I just got a couple in the mail.
     
  9. Jimmy Rocket

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    I've gone from a big board, to no board, to this for now:

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    pedalboard 1/25/13 by jimmyrocket02, on Flickr

    I had another overdrive and a fuzz on there, but missed having delay, so I picked up a DD-3 and modded it last night. I've had a ton of different delays and for my money, a well modded DD-3 compares favorably with the lot of them.
     
  10. GregWV

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  11. bwires

    bwires Tele-Meister

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    The thing about the FD2 is that it's so versatile. Not only do you get a boost with it, the comp-cut/fm/vintage options yield so many different sounds that you can dial in exactly what you want. It easily kicked my TS-9 off my board.

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  12. andrewsadlon

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    Dude... Not helping the GAS... Haha.

    "It's ironic- I used to play in my bedroom pretending I'm onstage; now I play onstage and pretend I'm in my bedroom."
     
  13. jmontgomery

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    Here's mine. I really like these Mesa pedals. I first bought the Flux and the Tone Burst. I liked them so much that I bought the other two. I'm really diggin this board.

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  14. BadgerDBad

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    Mine at the moment, planning to change to the joyo crunch distortion for a Mooer black secret and the nobels for a lovepedal od11 in the future
     

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  15. phoenixash

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    I'm almost embarrassed to show mine made from a removable side of a computer case this is steel not aluminum, held together with velcro, ties and gaffa, the feet are from the same case. The only new pedal here is the Joyo Ultimate Drive, the rest are relics from the 80's yeah I know what a cheap b****d.

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  16. pokett

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    No need to apologize for the DIY nature if your board, mine is made from an ikea shelf... Looks awesome and I never would've thought to use the side of a case like that, did you find the idea somewhere or just have a moment of inspiration?
     
  17. phoenixash

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    Inspiration I even went out and bought some scrap ply the day before and this old case was sitting in my room right in front of me and I noticed the air vents and thought hmm perfect spot for ties to secure the power board.
     
  18. telemaster7082

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    Currenty how it looks, but can change almost daily.

    Guitar->535q wah->paisley drive->ts9->mini deja vibe->carbon copy->TR2->Big Shot EFX Loop->(loop 1)- tuner -(loop 2)- EHX Freeze- (out of looper) -> EP Booster -> amp

    I probably use the TS9 and Deja Vibe the most, if i were in a pinch if bring those 2 pedals with me.
     

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  19. ProdableOne

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    Figured it was about time I posted mine, seeing I just got done wiring up a few new pedals.

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  20. Suttykins

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    Just added the Cusack Tap-A-Whirl. I'm not sure how I feel about it yet, it's got so many features that sometimes it's hard to get just a simple, decent trem sound out of it but we'll see how it goes.

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    I've been given this Electric Mistress to have a mess around with too so there's lots of fun to be had over the next few days.

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