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

  1. gpasq

    gpasq Friend of Leo's

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    Here's my latest. Everything I need for my current band situation for electric, acoustic, and mandolin.

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  2. artdecade

    artdecade Poster Extraordinaire

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    ^ That's just cheating.... :)
     
  3. City Sirens

    City Sirens Tele-Meister

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    If there was an AUX patch-in between the OD section and the reverb/delay, that would be a great unit.
     
  4. gpasq

    gpasq Friend of Leo's

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    When I purchased it, I thought it was a weird, inflexible set of pedals, and that I'd have issues with it. But it turns out, it fits what I do _perfectly_. Who knew? I have even saved the packaging because I expected to bring it back!

    EDIT: And, I should add, it sounds AWESOME. I play a tele and an SG into a Vox amp, and it's pure rock!
     
  5. chuck_zc

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    Works great. Bright and fast response. Built really solid for a cheap pedal. Also has a button for 1/2 step flat..
     
  6. n2greg

    n2greg TDPRI Member

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    Here is the latest manifestation of my pedalboard:

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    Three fuzzes.. :twisted:
     
  7. KCJonez

    KCJonez Tele-Holic

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    faifield circuitry has a presence in singapore? That's cool.
     
  8. n2greg

    n2greg TDPRI Member

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    Nope they dont. I actually had it shipped to a friend's address in the states then had my brother pick it up for me while he went visiting and bring it back. Quite a lot of trouble and wait, but it was worth it.
     
  9. simonsp

    simonsp Friend of Leo's

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    How does it work out with the four stages of tone control, do you have to do a lot of tweaking?
     
  10. SynMike

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    I love the Boss BCB-60 case. It holds quite a few pedals and is very compact. I can easily swap any 9 in and out. No velcro, everything just stays in place and the lid holds it all when shut.

    I have a few pedals that are not so common but no boutique pedals for me. I have 4 dirt pedals, sometimes used in combination but the BD-2 gets most use. I love Phaser so I have 2 different ones. The Akai is more nasally than the warmer MXR. The first TC Delay is mostly used in this rig as a chorus and I use the bigger one for its tap tempo.

    The ME-50, when in this setup, is mostly used for flanger, univibe, phaser, vibrato, noise suppressor, reverb, and volume pedal. But I can take just the ME-50 and have all the basics covered in one unit.

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  11. gpasq

    gpasq Friend of Leo's

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    No. I pretty much set it all up in about 10 minutes. The overdrive and distortion have a bit of tone set, the delay and reverb do not.

    Interesting about the reverb... the setting I use is actually a bit of chorus, built into the effect.
     
  12. juanjosebh

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    Incoming are a ditto, a malekko fuzz and possible a line 6 FM4
     

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  13. Mr. Scary

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    Changed out some pedals, stripped down the chain a bit, and now i use this.

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    Pedals are a blast, but can be very addicting. Also, i'm finding out the less is more philosophy applies! With a boat load of pedals chained, it really takes work to get them in the right place, and dialed in to the effect/sound your lookin' for and have them all play nice!

    All part of the fun!
     
  14. seventyeight

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    What's the pink one on the right?
     
  15. Caillon

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    No change since a very long time !

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  16. juanjosebh

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    It's a junkie tone (Mexican boutique builder) Purple Hiss Germanium fuzz with an on/off buffer and a bias knob, I actually have it up for sale cause it was a much warmer fuzz than I wanted/expected.
     
  17. seventyeight

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    Cool. I'm sorted for fuzz but will check out the company. Thanks!
     
  18. JBOWLES

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    Mine for the gig tonight.
     

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  19. Paul G.

    Paul G. Friend of Leo's

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    After years of playing straight into amp, I'm back at using pedals. This is what I came up with, 5 quality pedals because I know, 3 pieces of Cheap and Cheerful Chinese Cheese because I'm experimenting,


    Flow is Tuner > Joyo Sweet Baby >Fulltone OCD > EP Booster > Vox Wah (modded) > Joyo DynaComp > Behrenger RM 600 Rotary Machine > MXR Carbon Copy.

    All mounted on a PedalTrain Jr and Powered by a Visual Sound OneSpot.

    Works great, quick set up, a lot of variety. Covers just about everything.

    The Rotary thing is a novelty, I'll keep it 'til it dies.

    Definitely will replace Sweet Baby with a Sweet Honey once I get a bit of dough. It sounds great, but looks like it could break easy.

    The DynaComp works fine. If it lasts a few years, great.

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  20. juanjosebh

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    Why not rehouse the sweet baby? It's funny I had a joyo tubes creamer that looked like it could kill somebody if thrown at.
     
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