Show us your Pedal board.

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

  1. Caillon

    Caillon Tele-Meister

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    My current PB (a bit messy I must confess) :

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  2. revelator

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    All I need on a PTjr. What you can't see very well is the T1M A/B switch under the tuner. This lets me select between 2 outputs. 1 goes to my amp & the other to a DI box mounted to the front of the board for my acoustic. This lets me use the one board for both acoustic & electric playing at the same gig (which happens often for me).

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  3. meneerrobin

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    My IKEA pedalboard (posted also in that topic)


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    I know it's HUGE and not moveable... but that wasn't my intention.
    I just wanted it to match my 'playing room' :)


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  4. ShadowChancer

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    Im a crappy capenter (really bad) so I keep my home mades simple , scavenged block board (from work) rattle can black , two rubber door stops , and 3 self adhesive carpet tiles fron the £1 shop , this setup works for me (see other posts) Re tasked my A / B to send signal to either amps or desk so if I`m noodling of a day in the studio and suddenly feel the need to commit to the drive , I can dial it straight in to the system and its a take IMG_0047.jpg

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  5. codywylde

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    Thought is show off my pedal board I've just currently started working with pedals so tips will be appreciated

    But here it is pedal train mini
    Behringer chromatic tuner .....planning on upgrading it to a polytune or boss
    MXR super comp
    MXR phase 45
    Joyo tremolo
    Garage tone delay
    EP booster

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  6. DD7addict

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    My current board, which will probably stay the same for quite a while. Only thing i really want is an analog delay but that isn't a necessity.

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  7. jnepo1

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    I'm a big fan of the original TC effects line, love em. The new line are good as well, specifically the HOF and Flashback.
     
  8. LaBamba

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    One of the best display i've ever seen, very clean.
     
  9. Wrong-Note Rod

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    All i can say is, you must not be married.
     
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    Maybe they're both lawyers?
     
  11. artdecade

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    Those pedals look like they have never been used.
     
  12. MatthewDickin

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    How do you find the cioks power supplies?
     
  13. Wrong-Note Rod

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    yeah.... and I'm the CEO...... yeah, that's the ticket!
     
  14. russpurdy

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    Just built a brother for my current board. Needed more room and wanted them to flank a mic stand.
     

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  15. k tone

    k tone Tele-Afflicted

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    I like those boards. They are well laid out. The cabling cascades like a waterfall.
     
  16. SSgt93

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    PedalShark carries them. Great service.
     
  17. MatthewDickin

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    Thanks, I'll look into it.

    How do they compare to the usual suspects (Voodoo Labs, T-Rex, BBE, etc)?
     
  18. jnepo1

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    Not understanding your statement. I've been happily married for 22 years with 2 great kids.
     
  19. jnepo1

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    Thank you!
     
  20. jnepo1

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    Much to your assumptions, I do alot of studio work now and do a couple gigs a week. I build my own boards and do my own wiring as well as many other musicians. So I keep my boards maintained, and am not abussive with my gear.

    The TC Electronic effects on my main board (second row) are their original line that I've had since I bought them in the late 70's and 80's.
     
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