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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Here's my DIY board.
Sweet setup. That BB+ is a sweet pedal. Idk why I don't see more people use them. I did a demo of one on my first GarysGearReviews YouTube video and I was really impressed by it. The EQ controls are insanely useful. I'm going to buy one I think. Maybe just the regular BB because my board is really small and there's not much room left, lol.
Ha! All you'd need!
HoleyBoard filling out nicely, a work in progress ..
i was thinking of getting the holeyboard, or a monkey LED Bored, or just making one my self. i like the idea of using zip ties instead of velcro. as im just at home user.
your board looks great, what is the large wah pedal?
seems much bigger than most.
Lots of great boards here! Here is my latest. I just added the Barber Half Gainer and it may be my favorite dirt box yet.
Where's the Faux echo and the Sex Drive, Gary?
Here's mine, the fender fuzz wah to the right didn't fit, which gave me an excuse to buy more pedals to fill the gap! Signal chain is Fuzz Wah, Big Muff, Tuner, Soul Preacher, Boss PH-3, TC Spark Booster, Soul Food, Marshall Vibratrem, Analog Chorus, Dr Tone Analog Delay, Echo-Puss Analog Delay, and Marshall Reflector.
I also make and sell these smaller boards, which I find useful for pub gigs where the stages are small or I don't need as many effects.
Pics of current board
Malekko E Filter
BBE Opto Stomp
Electro Harmonix Nano Big Muff
Guyatone Slow Volume SV-2
MXR CSP105 '75 Vintage Phase 45
MXR M-133 Micro Amp
TC Electronic Flashback x4 Delay
Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Max
MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay
Joyo JF-09 Tremolo
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Not sure what you mean?
My whole board right now is the Barber Tone Press Compact > Durham Sex Drive > Gain Changer > Wampler Faux-Echo. Need an EQ/boost, probably gonna be the EQD Tone Job.
If you're asking about the video demos, I did the Faux Echo a while ago it's on my YouTube page. The Sex Drive I haven't done yet but I will.
Sorry, I thought the quote was your board; realize now you were commenting on another.
Always switching pedals on my board. Xotic Ac Boost has always been my go to Dirt pedal, but playing with the Zendrive. Mainly play at church, so will add or subtract pedals based on songs we are that week.
I just rearranged my pedalboard tonight and I'm pretty happy with it right now:
TU-2, Dunlop Volume, Super Duper, Batch O'Ass, Carbon Copy, Boss Digital Delay, digital Space Echo, Line 6 delay and out to the amp.
It's powered by a DC Brick strapped to the bottom along with a PSU for the Line 6.
Thanks, the large wah is a vtg Fender Fuzz-Wah. Very big wah, but nothing else like it
Haven't been here in a while. Here's the latest incarnation.
Here's my board: Morley Bad horsie II > Digitech whammy v > NS-2 loop >Joyo Sweet baby > Dyna comp > OCD > Jeckyll & Hyde > FAB flanger > GE-7 > exit NS-2 loop > Visual Sound Phaser >CH-1 > TR-2 > DL4 > LPB-1
Not your standard worship board. I like it!
Guitar > Dunlop Germanium Fuzz Face Mini > Fulltone Catalyst > BOSS NS-2 Noise Suppressor > TC Electronics Mini Polytune > Dunlop 535Q Crybaby > Moen Jimi Vibe > Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer > AMP > FX SEND > BOSS BF-3 Flanger > MXR Carbon Copy > BOSS DD-3 Delay > TC Electronics Corona Chorus > FX RETURN
Revised for the umpteenth time.
Zoom MS-50G -> Keeley bypass looper -> Zoom MS-100BT -> Mooer Micro DI.
Powered by a Pedaltrain Volto power supply
All on a Pedaltrain Nano board which makes a very mobile and compact setup using a Mono Vertigo case and a Mono Tick bag