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

  1. Widdlywhaa

    Widdlywhaa TDPRI Member

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    Here's the modest setup I use for my cover band.

    Nothing super boutique, But it gets me by :D

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  2. themandolinguy

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    Exactly.
     
  3. telejnky

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    Here is mine just finished building it yesterday
    cae boost line driver-tu3-cry baby-ocd-blues driver-ge7 eq-CM plexitone-mxr chorus-boss dd3-dunlop volume-aby switch- into blues jr. and spider iv 75

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  4. telejnky

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    woops where is that pic?
     
  5. k.a.s.

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    Thanks, guys!

    Yeah, I thought so too but still have no guts to get rid of my old stuff which been with me for ages - just can't imagine my life without RAT and BlueTube.

    Previously my board was looking like shown, then I decided to put as many switches as possible in one row to feel myself more comfortable at live gigs, but I am too lazy to build a new, bigger board, add something like Octaswitch and save all the pedals so I decided to sacrifice some of them and tried the Quattro.
    I have no regrets at the moment :)


    This is the new "re-issue" version of it, I believe it was made in the late 90's-early 2000's.
    I bought it used in... maybe 2005, someone here in Russia put the new power converter for 220v inside so it still works directly from the AC outlet.

    Great stuff, I just love this pedal, using it as a tone-shaper which is alwas on so in most cases I have the chance to hear something very similar to "my sound" at virtually any gig.
     

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  6. telejnky

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    heres mine , please have patience im learning to upload photos.:confused:
     

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  7. Gassage

    Gassage Tele-Meister

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    I had a Carl Martin Quattro, the same one as you, with Chorus not trem, for ages. Briliant thing, although I think you need to add another flavour of dirt with it. The Echo particularly is superb.

    What's the boss foot pedal?
     
  8. k.a.s.

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    Yeah, this is the reason I have my RAT in the loop :)
    The echo sounds quite old-fashioned, like it.

    The boss pedal on my previous picture is CS-3 compressor, the photo was taken when I just got the Mad Professor and removed my old boss from the board.
    There's a very cool compressor in the Quattro but sometimes I find myself thinking that I miss the Mad Professor's punch.
     
  9. fenderguy72

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    There all wired up and ready for this weekends gig. May squeeze another overdrive or something in there. Any suggestions?
     

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  10. Kestrel

    Kestrel Tele-Afflicted

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    A new addition to the pedalboard.

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  11. El Jefe

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    Nice!

    If your thinking OD I'm always partial to the Boss Blues Driver or TS808/TS9, but the "or something" has me thinking Ibanez PH9 Phaser, ;-)
     
  12. El Jefe

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    Wow. I've been playing for over 25 years and the insane amount of knowledge and information I continually find out I didn't or don't know never ceases to amaze me. That's why I love these forums, I have learned more in the last 3 years on here that has been extremely useful. Thank you! That is another extremely useful bit of information. Me possibly needs to rethink my current configuration.


    I have had mine for at least 20 years and never found a good use for it until I bought my Twin last year. I can't describe what it really does for it because for me it's not so much a "drive" but... a tone shaper just like you said. It just adds a smoothness and warmth that the amp just doesn't have without it. I mean it sounds great by itself but once I added the Blue Tube I find myself not liking the tone with the pedal off.

    Good stuff.
     
  13. fenderguy72

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    My thoughts exactly. Was just looking at Blues Driver yesterday and an MXR phaser. Got about a day before the gig so gonna try add something.
     
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  15. artdecade

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    I like those BeeBuzz pedals. Fun stuff!
     
  16. JesterR

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    Yep my favorite fuzz box I ever tried. Thick fuzz, 60-s thin fuzz. Great stuff.
     
  17. themandolinguy

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    I always enjoy seeing your pedalboards JesterR.
     
  18. fenderguy72

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    So yeah. Made another stop at L&M and picked up a Full-Drive 2. Had to take the Badass 78 Distortion but not worried. Already for the weekend now.
     

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  19. Agitator

    Agitator Friend of Leo's

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    Simplification... finally dumped the compressor from this board and put all the dirt on the lower level:

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    I might almost fit it all on a Pedaltrain Mini if I dumped the Vintage Echo, but I like things spread out. Now, if I can just resist the urge to add another pedal into the gap on the top row between now and tomorrow night...
     
  20. EasilyAmused

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    Here's mine:

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