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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Looks great Mr. Scary!
May I ask why 2 eqs?
I see some boards with 20+ pedals, but this to me feels like being spoiled. I have way more options than I can justify and it all is just too delicious. I even managed to configure that polysaturator to be oriented correctly instead of sideways Been using this in my jazz/funk/fusion trio and we have a good time.
Pretty minimal. I always have the Radial ABY, reverb, and tuner. Sometimes an EQ and a boost/OD, which get switched around. The Diamond and the TS Mini are new. Great pedals.
It's the best amp purchase I ever made. I was fortunate to get one from eBay that was pretty much mint for very little money. I've seen poor reports of them on the net but I've always been very happy with mine. Take out the attenuator and fx and it's a 65 Princeton circuit apparently. The ability to turn it up to 4 at home in an apartment and control the volume via the attenuator is great. I don't use the inbuilt OD or Comp much but they're useful to have and the comp can dial in a lot of squish.
I think a lot of the bad reports came from Attenuator failures, often from it getting damaged in transit but the name gives the clue, it's a Recording Amp and will happily sit in a studio all day long giving fantastic cleans.
Here is the one i built....heavy as hell cause of the pedals, my back is gonna punish me some day hahahaha
Pedalboard: Pedaltrain Nano
Sonic Research Turbo Tuner ST-300
Xotic SP Compressor
Barber LTD SR
Paul Cochrane Audio Timmy
Xotic EP Booster (v1)
Power: Cioks DC5
Cable: Lava Soldierless
(bottom right to upper left)
Korg Pitchblack Tuner
Carl Martin Optical Envelope
Greer Lightspeed OD
Diamond Memory Lane Jr.
Is your comp last before the amp?
Dang, I really like your board. Well thought out with just the right stuff and with good stuff. Nice job.
Thanks Obsessed! Its been a seven year journey, but I think I've got what I need/want for pedals.
DannyStereo... I've used the compressor at the beginning and the end, but I've decided I want to compress the whole package on those few occasions when I do choose to use it.
Interesting! I do miss my SP comp... Especially for parts where I tap with my right hand
Sorry for the delayed response I've been sick. As for why 2 EQ's dlew919, first they aren't set yet in these pics. I use one of them usually for just a nice clean boost, sometimes for a specific situation, but mostly just for a clean boost. The other is usually EQ'd for when I swap to acoustic. I play alot of today's country and go back and forth electric/acoustic. Just makes life a bit easier, swap guitars, hit the EQ, and off I go Works good for me anyway. I'm still fiddlin' with the Turnip Greens as well as the new Boss OD. I should have taken a pic of the pedals before I started on the board. Oh well,,,,won't be the first time i had to start from scratch dialing everything in, I guess that's part of the fun. Sometimes you run across a cool something something setting wise when you are trying to dial what you had and then you say, 'hey, that's kinda cool'! Anyway, like I said, that's all part of the fun of pedals.
Hi Pinkfreud! I like it too.
Custom shop, 1963 NOS
I don't play out any more and am pretty much home bound due to Multiple Myeloma and being on daily chemo. So what I do for entertainment should be pretty evident.
Have one pedal on the way - Digitech Polara Reverb. That should do it for some time, I hope.
Every. Shade. Of. Dirt. Ever. Lol
Very nice man! How do you like the OneSpot pro?
I see quite a few pedals that I have always wanted to try and some that I really enjoy myself. The board looks like fun man. What amp are you using and what kind of music do you play?
I really enjoyed my Polara reverb when I had it. I only got rid of it because I needed more than one preset for reverb. Other than that, it sounded incredible!
50 shades of dirt
Do you stack the Simble with the Archer or blue note?
CRIMENEE!!! I thought I had a bunch of pedals!!!! LOLLOL!!! Nice board bro!