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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
And one DMM goes here
I think I was lost in Space.
My daughter bedazzled a Silver Pony I made, it replaced the Soul Food on my big board
In order: Polytune > Dynacomp > Pitchfork (+Expression pedal) > Catalyst > Micro Vibe > OCD > Phasor > Envelope Filter > Trelicopter > front of Traynor YGL1 combo amp. Effects loop: Carbon Copy > Seraphim > Ditto > back to amp. All connected by Lava Piston cables. All powered by V Labs Power Plus 2 and a few splitter cords. The Seraphim is the only buffered bypass pedal. I wonder if a buffer pedal would help in front of the amp? All connecting cords total 50 ft.
Thanks for the advice on setup!
TRR, you're an example for us all to follow.
And this is a good lookin' stomp.
Love that RE-301!
Went back to a Xotic ACplus
Just updated. Lots of dirt, probably too much, lots of options and the Ethos gives me direct/speaker sim as I play direct half the time. Also the DD20/Flint give me stereo out direct if I wanted too.
Really nice artwork! Hope there's some kind of spray sealer or something on it? Amazing design.
Oh man, how do you like that SA KM Fuzz? I've been eyeballing one just for the versatility of what it does.
I have a Tone Block 200 and I know they were built so they can go right on the pedal board but I just seem to like mine sitting on top of a 2x12. Maybe I'll have to try it though since both my pedal boards are only like 2-4 items each. Speaking of which I need to get pictures.
I really like that pedal. It has a bunch of great options for sure. I have been experimenting with a couple of the presets loaded online and they are pretty good. I like the stock fuzz face and the Big Muff is a really nice tone. There are so many options with routing, dual drives/stacking, parallel, stereo switchable with a favorite switch I have barely touched the surface on it.
Right now they are working on a Klon engine so that might be really good pushing into my Ethos ODS...if it were a real Klon into a Real Dumble, the apocalypse could be warded off by that mighty tone.
Overall great pedal with really good sounds and flexible but pretty dang easy to use.
Right now I have the 3 stock presets, plus higher Gain TS9, A clean boost and a low gain setting.
Yeah it works great on that setup especially when I play where we have the cab off of the stage or a long ways away. Just a quick reach down to change anything. It's setup great as I only need 1 power cord, 1 guitar in and 1 speaker out and I'm done. Setup and teardown is really easy even with pedals in the loop. The voodoo labs powers the Mini 101.
Posted this on the 'Worship Boards' as well:
I sold off my Germanium Muff and bought a true bypass looper. It's a Loop Master brand with 5 loops and a tuner out. I'm currently borrowing my friend's Ego Comp.
Signal as follows:
Guitar>Ego Comp>Volume Pedal>Jetter Jet Drive>Barber Direct Drive Compact>OCD>Fatboost>looper in -
Loop 1: Empress Tremolo
Loop 2: Joyo American Sound (for direct in amp sim)
Loop 3: Way Huge Supa Puss
Loop 4: TC Alter Ego x4
Loop 5: Strymon blueSky
Looper out> Boss TU-2>amp
Current guitar list:
* Gretsch 5420t
* Gibson Les Paul Studio
* Gibson Les Paul Classic
Current Amp List:
Fender Twin Amp
Supro Thunderbolt Plus
Bad Cat Classic Cat
I did the raw enclosure in 3 coats of sparkly silver, she did the art work and then I put a coat of clear over it. It took some testing as she used a very fine permanent artist marker and I had to find a clear that would not make the ink run. I used a cheapo rattle can spray. thx
And here is the backup board for just messing around with the Pro Jr. (Requires reverb):
You can kind of see it at the lower left
Each loop has a single pedal in it? Aren't those pedals true bypass?
Yes, but I found that by taking them out of the signal loop unless I'm using them, I'm getting less noise and my tone is a little stronger going clean. Believe it or not, it's made a pretty big difference.
A pic of my lil jam board. Lighter then my other PT1 board.