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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Subject to change daily, but as of this morning...
Details, man! What's that?
Here's today's board. I just added the Blackout Effectors Blunderbuss Fuzz and the Fulltone Soul-Bender.
Pedalboard, July 1, 2017-2 by tele_pathic posted Jul 1, 2017 at 6:23 PM
It's an Emma AmARHyll PedalBoard-61
As of yesterday. Put TS-9 on in place of the PlimSoul.
Hey man... cheers for posting that... never hear of Emma... I just checked them out... love their DiscumBOBulator... pricey... but I think I might look into it...
Just when I thought I was done with pedals, this happens!!!
I have zero experience with their pedals, but this board is quality!
Finished loading her up (well, twice actually, as I had to debug some hum = bad cable):
Pretty cool board
Gonna replace the MXR 5150 with a J ROCKETT ARCHER. The 5150 doesn't sound good with my Orange Rocker 32 but the Archer does. The 5150 has a weird treble zing that I can't dial out. It also does this with my DR Z MAZ 18 and my Vox AC 10c1. I don't hear this strange treble in Eddie's sound. Not that I'm trying to sound like him. It just sounds bad to my ears. So the 5150 HAS TO GO.
Still pretty minimal. Added a Boss CS-3
Behold the Pedal Floor!
OK, so it's not much yet, and technically there is no pedal board so maybe I shouldn't even be posting it here I've been playing for a little over a year now, and my wife was kind enough to get me a GC gift card for Fathers Day and I decided I wanted to start developing a pedal board to experiment with. I found some great deals through GC's used page and I figure that between these four pedals and the reverb on my amp, I can get more than enough sounds to keep me entertained for a long time.
Long live The Pedal Floor!
Whaaat? Just because the Plimsol is the wrong color?
Of course! Actually I've already replaced the TS-9 with my Gain Changer. The white colored GC goes great with the Hot Cake.
It's a very simple board. Bad Monkey to throw some dirt on the clean channel and the Keeley half bake TS9 for lead. Super Chorus to add to my clean sound and my new delay, TC Electronics Flashback. I have never used a delay before, but thought I could experiment with one. It's too soon to see if it will make my cut. I use my amps (Blackstar ht40) reverb and it's 2nd channel for modern rock. It has a lot of gain. Anything over 5 is too much for me, but I have it if needed.
That's a great starting point! As for next purchases (just a matter of time, trust me!), look at the following:
A tuner pedal
A power supply for your pedals
All of these will still work without a real board, just leave them on the floor.
Building your own board (DIY!) is a nice project and not too complex if you have some scrap wood, screws, an electric saw and a power drill. Buy some velcro and four rubber feet online, and you're good to go!
Have you tried putting the ts9 before the compressor? You might like it. It lets your playing dynamics affect the ts9.