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

  1. jnepo1

    jnepo1 Tele-Meister

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    I love them. I also use VL PSU's as well as the CAE MC-403 Power Unit. But the Cioks Professional Series PSU are so versatile and have plenty of power. my friend Brian Spencer is an authorized dealer of Cioks as well as many boutique effects: Pedalshark.com
     
  2. jnepo1

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    Thanks!
     
  3. snakestrecher$

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    Perfect size pedalboard!

    http://youtu.be/r2Uk1Dk4E5s
     
  4. k tone

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    No problem. In the second picture your cabling appears to go under the pedals. Is each pedal on a riser? As well did you solder your own cables? They are custom lengths no?

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  5. ShadowChancer

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    My copyright lawyer will be in touch LOL :lol::lol::lol: :cool:
     
  6. jnepo1

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    Yes, I do make my own cables,in custom lengths. I am actually using a prototype cable on my small board that the manufacturer sent me to try out, it's a solid copper center wire with braided sleeve.

    The back row of pedals are on risers and I used Dual Lock on all my pedals, which gives enough clearance to route cabling underneath the pedals if I want. These cables are about the same thickness/diameter as most instrument cables like Mogami 2524 and EA Reveal. But they fit underneath the pedals or risers.
     
  7. Kestrel

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    Added the Boss Tera Echo.

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  8. k tone

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    How do you like it?
     
  9. Lunchie

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    Here is what I am using for my Yamaha NTX 700 through my Behringer Ultra Acoustic 450. It still needs to be cleaned up and velcro'd down.
     

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  10. Kestrel

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    It's a cool sounding pedal if you're into spacey ambient music. It's sound is what I would describe as a mix of reverb+echo with a trippy modulated filter effect. Definitely not a pedal for everyone, so if your musical tastes are more traditional or mainstream don't run out and buy it unless you're the type that likes to experiment. This pedal is best suited for those into more ambient styles of music: ethereal, post-rock, shoegaze/dreampop, etc..

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  11. backsideslappy

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    Not much to look at compared to some of the boards in this thread, but I like to keep things pretty simple.

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  12. jeyvii

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    Hey, here is my last week end project
    I went from 33" large to 27" placing the pedals i don't tweak underneath my pedalboard. Much more small club friendly !

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  13. JesterR

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  14. smoss469

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    From an almost all Menatone board to an almost Menatoneless board :D
     
  15. Bluegroove

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    So, I guess this is the best place to put this pic...

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    This is the unwired setup for the spring tour. Maybe just the first leg of it. We're running each guitar through this with a Boss GE-1 in front of some of them flat with just a bit of boost. Then out to a real '65 fender spring reverb, then into a '64 fender Bandmaster. A nice lightweight setup on a 36"x18" Trailer Trash board with Voodoo labs Pedal Power 2 and an Iso 5. The only thing missing is my wah which is being built right now.
     
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    [​IMG] Haven't posted the board for a couple of years.
     

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  17. juxtapolice

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    lovepedal si fuzzmaster>fulltone octafuzz>fulltone wah>xotic sp comp>keeley katana (boost)> fulltone fd2>xotic ep booster>volume>mxr cc> boss dd6>arion chorus>red witch trem

    I occasionally throw in/swap a zvex ff/keeley comp/emma reezfratzitz

    but this cover most ground, deluxe reverb and tele ;)
     
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  18. JesterR

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    Yep, but both Menatone MiaB are still with me. One on this board, and one on another.
     
  19. Delta63

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    How do the delay repeats compare to the DD-X series?
     
  20. russpurdy

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    Haha. I like a little riser but not as much as most boards use. This one only has an inch rise courtesy of some scrap trim from home depot
     
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