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

  1. jnepo1

    jnepo1 Tele-Meister

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  2. waparker4

    waparker4 Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Yes!! Looking great!

    [except that case looks too empty, like it needs a towel or something under the board to keep it from sliding around]
     
  3. Jimmy Dean

    Jimmy Dean Friend of Leo's

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    Very impressive board. You could use it as collateral for a home loan.
     
  4. Hollandcaster

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    Hey great advice! Thanks!
     
  5. Dunzie

    Dunzie Tele-Holic

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    Impressed. Very clean, very high quality, very tight. Would be a fun board to live with I think.
     
  6. TheletterJ

    TheletterJ Tele-Afflicted

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    Yeah, that's incredible! /thread
     
  7. artdecade

    artdecade Poster Extraordinaire

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    Yeah, that's overkill. /thread. :lol:

    All in the eye of the beholder. ;)
     
  8. telerocker1988

    telerocker1988 Tele-Afflicted

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  9. smoss469

    smoss469 Tele-Afflicted

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    Serious question, weren't you the guy that used to have a pedal board that was like 9-10 dirt pedals? If so, what made you drop down to just a few?
     
  10. telerocker1988

    telerocker1988 Tele-Afflicted

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    Time passes, things change...in tastes and musical direction.

    Back then I had a tribute band and would literally dial in each pedal for 3-5 songs and had a pedal for each 5 songs for different sounds. Now I'm in a cover band doing modern country music and classic rock (which for all intents & purposes is the same stuff guitar-wise) and don't need to be as picky or be as exact.

    And most of my dirts are mass produced. I fell out of the boutique swing and haven't got back on. I still have a boutique OD as I haven't found something mass produced that is better but I got the Nobels and Mostortion and I was really set for ODs other than something Marshallesque (box of rock), something gritty and clean (lightspeed), and the fat sandwich which I treat as a mild fuzz.

    I have another board which has only 3 drives which I use for small gigs and local jams. On that it's another nobels (reissue instead of original), a mxr modified od, and an old catalinbread DLS.
     
  11. waparker4

    waparker4 Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Last gig went really well. This was the pedal board. The unlabled mini on the right is a Stratoblaster. I park a wah in front of the board, battery powered.. Hence the username :lol:

    Amp was a 68 custom Twin reverb ... Sounded awesome. The switch on the top left operated the amp's tremolo.


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  12. funkpunk

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    My Pedalboard (2015)

    Hello everyone!

    This is my pedalboard (for now)...
    I'm making a rundown of my rig and I intend to post it here soon.
     

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  13. Hollandcaster

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    Very good first post sir!
     
  14. La Mousse

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    Here's mine,

    All the essentials for my coverband,

    This board will get me true most popular genres with my AC30 and one of my lovely tele's.

    I just changed the Mooer Blues driver copy for a Ibanez Mini Tube Screamer Mini yesterday.

    Can't wait to test her out.
     

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  15. richiek65

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    That's a nice board!
     
  16. Hollandcaster

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    TS9 and AC Booster off, Blues Pro and noiseclamp on.
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  17. jez79

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    Epic looping solo/busking board

    Hey folks, I've been a regular on TalkBass.com for years. Got a nice Tele a few years ago, and have been working on solo/busking jazzy repertoire. The pedalboard has grown in the past few years, and is now at a peak of epicness. Lots of interesting synthy sounds. My repertoire needs to grow.. summer vacation July will be learning 50 odd songs.
    The addition of the beatbuddy just a few weeks ago changes EVERYTHING! Great device.
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    HumDebugger > Octabass > VitruvianMod > BitCommander > Mutidrive > Organizer > Enigma > Compressor > Heliotrope > RainbowMachine > Flanger > Delay > Reverb > ChannelSelector (bass/guitar) > Stereo BeatBuddy > Stereo DittoX2 > bass channel gets LoFi Machine
     
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  18. WilburBufferson

    WilburBufferson Friend of Leo's

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    Time for me to contribute to this thread: ImageUploadedByTDPRI1434318214.753387.jpg
     
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  20. Edgar Allan Presley

    Edgar Allan Presley Friend of Leo's

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    Wow. You could get some really wild sounds from that board.
     
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