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

  1. sir humphrey

    sir humphrey Friend of Leo's

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    Cool - a Rocktek Chorus. The best crap pedal ever made - you can get some crazy sounds of that.
     
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  2. JesterR

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    C'mon! Tell us about Belle Epoch!
     
  3. aryoprionggo

    aryoprionggo Tele-Meister

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  4. DD7addict

    DD7addict TDPRI Member

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    Current board.

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  5. TieDyedDevil

    TieDyedDevil Tele-Holic

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    OK. I'll start a separate thread.
     
  6. JesterR

    JesterR Tele-Afflicted

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    It would be great!
     
  7. Dimitri92

    Dimitri92 TDPRI Member

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    Amen to that !
     
  8. isaacvining

    isaacvining TDPRI Member

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    I've been absent for quite a while, so as my "hey, I'm back!" here is my most recent pedalboard!

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  9. jamie.pope

    jamie.pope Tele-Meister

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    Cool. How are the Em Drive and Mayflower?
     
  10. juanjosebh

    juanjosebh Tele-Meister

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    Just redid the whole thing.
     

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  11. isaacvining

    isaacvining TDPRI Member

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    The EM-drive has been my go-to "make everything sound better" pedal for the last 6 months or so and have no intentions of using anything different, it just works so well for me. I love it! The mayflower has been awesome so far. It's much closer to what I want as my "second gain stage" pedal to be compared to the TS9. I thought I really loved the mids on the TS9, but now I'm not so sure. The TS9 will almost certainly be replaced by a compressor soon.
     
  12. SockPuppetMasta

    SockPuppetMasta Tele-Meister

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  13. Snufkinoob

    Snufkinoob Tele-Meister

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  14. juanjosebh

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    Hey! We got the same delay, how are you enjoying yours?? Knob use are super useful.
     
  15. Timmysoft

    Timmysoft TDPRI Member

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    Here's my board!

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    I'm currently going through a rebuild stage, i'm going to keep it all really simple, just another overdrive/distortion and some sort of reverb. Then its going to be hooked up to a switcher so i can have a few basic patches, Clean, Broken Clean, Full Dirty, Clean & Verb, Broken Clean & Verb. Pretty minimal requirements really!
     
  16. dagger4

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    This is my contribution to the TDPRI pedalbord thread:
    The base is a Pedaltrain 2 board, powered by a Voodoo lab Iso-5.
    Most of the effects are homebrew or customized by me, including (most of) the graphics.
    From left to right: Guitar input to Amp output.
    Guitar PCB Line buffer and silent tuner output, Tuner out to an old Yamaha YT-2200 Tuner.
    Morley Pro Wah, in a loop provided by a Little Lehle Switcher,
    Vintage MIJ DS-1 modded using the Monte Allums DS-1 kit, Led /lift/asymmetrical Diode,
    BYOC OD-2, Mosfet Conversion for Boost and OD,
    BYOC Phase Royal, (The graphic was shared by one of the BYOC forum members),
    Swamp King, Heartrob/Diaz Tremodillo vintage style tremolo, my own design
    General Guitar Gadgets AD-3203 (the last of the bucket brigade Delays) very cool.
    BYOC Digital (Belton Brick) Reverb (including effect level mod).

    A very versatile board.
    Love the sound of the effects (using a relative clean Tube amp, on the verge of breakup)

    I have some room to spare on the upper right.
    Anny recommendations what to build or buy? :cool:


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  17. Snufkinoob

    Snufkinoob Tele-Meister

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    The Deep Blue Delay? It's fine. Hasn't impressed me as much as other Mad Prof pedals, but it's a great delay. After much trial and error I just prefer digital over analog delays, but want something with a bit of character to the decay, something that's kind of inbetween digital and analog, and the DBD does this.
    I think the C'bread Montavillian and EQD Disaster Transport are based on the same design principle.

    However, I'm really tempted to try out the new C'bread Belle Epoch.
     
  18. Fuzzblaster

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    Here's my recently put together "simple" board. I used to load up my board, but found I was never using everything. So I decided to sell and upgrade to the best stuff around!


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    Fender Telecaster
    Gretsch Historic

    Janglebox
    Polytune
    Java Boost
    Big Green Pi
    Tape Delay
    Rev/Trem Switch
    Pedaltrain PT-1
    Voodoo Labs PP2

    Vox AC30
     
  19. 3rdeyelevel

    3rdeyelevel TDPRI Member

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  20. Suttykins

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    This is a good mentality to have.
     
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