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

  1. FilthyFur74

    FilthyFur74 Tele-Holic

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    947C8201-65F3-49D8-97D1-C4A72296C819.jpeg Small and simple(r) board this evening.
     
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  2. 55er

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    It’s getting smaller and smaller, I’ve been selling off surplus pedals to fund another guitar lately. That and I’ve also gone back to using a DrZ mini Z a lot more from my 18w Marshall, the Mini Z doesn’t really need dirt pedals. The mythical just gets used for solos or if I really want to drive it hard.

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    Typical case of less is more... nice board man... what's the toggle on the MO...
     
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  4. 55er

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    Gday mate, from the manufacturers website....

    "The toggle switch selects from the two clipping options using 1N34 / OA126 diodes

    Low Clippers
    1N34 - vintage clipping at lower gain settings, germanium diodes provide warm tube amp like breakup

    High Clippers
    OA126 - NOS German Telefunken ( germanium based ) very rare and unique germanium in that is clips at a very high forward voltage resulting in germanium distortion tones at higher volume levels than normally associated with germanium diodes."
     
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  5. EuroBailey

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    Looks cool.... micro drummer a bit like a beat buddy? How are you using the boss drum machine? Single hits/rhythms into a loop?
     
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    That’s amazingly neat for something as wide as your pedal board. I bet you have to sidestep to step on the ones at the far end of each other!
     
  7. Skip Reid

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    My country board. I will be glad when the Supa Trem Jr comes out.

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    This feels very right. If only Boss would make BCB-40, so I could slip in TU-3... :)
     
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    You *might* be able to squeeze a TU-3S in the upper left corner, but cabling might be a problem.
     
  10. Frfly

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    My humble board on a Nano+. I have not tested it out yet.

    Kalamazoo is from a recent lovepedal sale, and then Moog is discontinuing their pedals (!?) so I got the ring mod on clearance.
    So now I feel like I'm ready to be a rock star.

    The wires and velcro still need some work (edit: switched the ring mod and delay and re-uploaded)
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  11. karpis

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    TU-3s is not an option, since it can’t be muted - in that case my mini headstock tuner is better, since I can roll of guitar volume;)
     
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    My new amp-less direct board

    Tuner - Tone Press - SHO clone - ERD - volume pedal - Blonde Deluxe (M5 and Tri Reverb in the FX loop of the blonde deluxe)
     
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    1CA107E8-BC85-4028-9FBD-DD86AA2BD4C8.jpeg Trying out a Moog Expression Pedal and a Dunlop Mini X Volume pedal on the board
     
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  16. FilthyFur74

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    :D:lol::D:lol: My NYs resolution is alway “Never Enough Pedals”! I’m blessed that my wife is so understanding of my only vice in life. Hopefully she’ll never leave me, alone, in an apartment, playing guitar....... Actually that doesn’t sound that bad!!
    Only joking ;)
    I have just had a very indulgent couple of hours getting my inner Fripp on - and didn’t wake the baby, so all is good!
     
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    When it comes to pedal junkies, it takes one to know one!!
     
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    Well, gee, my joke seems to have brought this thread to a screeching halt. Just to illustrate that I'm no less crazy than anyone else here, this is Pedalboard 3, v2. I just put this together a couple months ago and found that I really wanted the clean subtlety of the SP compressor together with the Sugar Drive, which has been a revelation and then I was also captivated by the Mash switch, the "Crystal Delay" mode and the three Tone Print slots on the new Flashback 2. I'm using one of the Tone Print slots for Chorus. Attachment-1.jpeg
     
  19. FilthyFur74

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    A like minded soul! It’s good to meet someone else who appreciates those small metal boxes of love :)

    I loved your joke!

    Your pedalboard looks sweet! The Exotic SP is on my shopping list, just my head is always too easily turned by that painted Jezebel of the pedal world - Fuzz :D
     
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    Just got an ”aha” moment looking at those zip ties going around the board. and i feel stupid... there was a moment a few years ago my brain just didnt thought that up...
     
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