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

  1. smokeygills

    smokeygills Tele-Meister

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    A work in progress..
    Dano EQ
    MXR Super Comp
    Artec Cool Drive
    Fender Fuzz Wah
    Dano Vibrato
    Dano Tremolo
    Rogue Analog Delay
    Joyo D-Seed Digital Delay

    Fender Excelsior Pro amp
     

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  2. Revv23

    Revv23 Friend of Leo's

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    Cool board did you make that?

    Need to start using those wire holes. :)
     
  3. Dunzie

    Dunzie Tele-Holic

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    Upped the size of my board to try and keep fewer pedals off it and at home, and even with a Pedaltrain Pro I still have to keep a couple off. Guess that's a sign I need to sell a couple I don't use much. Recently added an Analogman Prince of Tone, a Catalinbread DLS MkIII, and the MXR DC Brick power supply (will likely add a second now that I've tried it).

    Still working on arranging things where I want them and then I need to route wires, but I think this is roughly where I'll be at.

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  4. jjlikesguitar

    jjlikesguitar Tele-Meister

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    Here's my little pedalboard...


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  5. zingy

    zingy Tele-Meister

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    Very cool Nano! I like your choice of pedals, nice!
     
  6. gypsyseven

    gypsyseven Friend of Leo's

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    Here's my current pedalboard:

    Korg Pitchblack Tuner

    EHX Soulfood

    MXR Classic 108 Fuzz

    Menatone Red Snapper

    MXR Echoplex

    MXR Carbon Copy

    Boss FRV-1

    TC-Electronic Ditto



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  7. gypsyseven

    gypsyseven Friend of Leo's

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    What's the pink pedal?!
     
  8. Taylorcaster

    Taylorcaster TDPRI Member

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    I've posted my board before but I recently added an Earthquaker Devices Organizer so here it is with the new addition.

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  9. Gunerius

    Gunerius Tele-Holic

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    That's the catlinbread kama sutre... I like the idea of that one...
     
  10. GaryOsborne

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    How do you like that SFT? I've wanted one for a while for mid-gain sounds. What do you use it for?
     
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  11. jjlikesguitar

    jjlikesguitar Tele-Meister

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    Yes, a Catalinbread Karma Suture. It's based on a circuit from the '70s called the Harmonic Percolator. It's a fuzz/distortion unit that generates "even-order harmonics", which makes it very musical sounding. It gives me GREAT overdrive, gritty distortion and fuzz and responds very well to playing dynamics, guitar volume/tone settings and different pickups. I love it!
     
  12. Buzzin_Cousin

    Buzzin_Cousin Tele-Holic

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    What did you use to make that pedal board?
    Sweet
     
  13. Taylorcaster

    Taylorcaster TDPRI Member

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    I absolutely adore my SFT. It has a nice distortion range. But when I kick in the RC Booster in front of the SFT I can get some really nice, heavy sounds.
     
  14. mrtso

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    I've always been pretty satisfied with just an overdrive and a reverb (for the Champ), but here's what I've ended up with over the years:

    Boss Overdrive (OD-3)
    Ibanez UE 300 (an absolute joy -old school tube screamer, great compressor, natural sounding chorus)
    EH Little Big Muff
    Pro-Co Rat
    Behringer TP-300 Tremolo-Pan (cheap knock-off but does the trick if you only need a wee bit of tremolo)
    Boss Digital Delay (DD-2)
    Marshall RF-1 Reflector

    (I've left a bit of space before the Marshall, for the Hoton Wally Looper which I'm expecting any day now:))

    I use a Strat Deluxe with Texas Special Pickups and (recently) a Tele AVRI 52. The rig goes simultaneously to a Fender Champ 600 and an Orange Crush 35 LDX, which I basically use as a flat speaker)


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  15. Dunzie

    Dunzie Tele-Holic

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    One more update. Gone are the VS-XO (really unsure about that move as it was a fantastic double OD), and moved the delay and reverb onto a different setup, so here's my pre-mod board (pretty happy with my drive selections now).

    Added... a surf green limited edition Timmy for low-gain and a Barber Compact Direct Drive for the other end of the gain spectrum, as well as a second power supply.

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  16. Tritone

    Tritone TDPRI Member

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    Hmm... Needs more drive pedals :p
     
  17. Dunzie

    Dunzie Tele-Holic

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    I'm only time and money short!! :oops:

    I always think I'm an addict in need of help, until I see some other people's boards around here!!
     
  18. Snowwizard

    Snowwizard Tele-Holic

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    Here's mine.
     

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  19. Chickin-Pickin

    Chickin-Pickin Tele-Meister

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    My current set up. ImageUploadedByTDPRI1406201669.678270.jpg
     
  20. stantonmanton

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    What patch cables are you using there? How do you like them?
     
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