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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Latest version of my traveling board.
You got a new guitar case?
Just changed a pedal out.
Got the small board just right for what I originally made it for. A small board for BIG fuzzers!
Here’s a little board I made with some stragglers.
It fits in the top tray support of an old tool box that I rescued from my dad’s trash pile.
Cords and such can go in the bottom. [emoji41]
I have to admit, I love the tool box concept and the vintage "Keep on Truckin" decal is the icing on the cake. Awesome!
Temple Boards Trio28
Now Thats a toolbox with mojo!!! Wow. There is soul and spirit in that one. It will defenitively make your pedals sound better
I'm a big fan of simple pedalboards man, the tool box is a cool idea too, well done...
Here’s the gig and practice pedalboard since today. In order:
Tc electronic polytune noir mini.
Mooer triangle buff.
Dunlop Cry baby mini.
Subdecay Quantum Quasar.
Proco You dirty RAT.
Marshall Guv’nor 2.
Tc electronic flashback x4. (I need to change the ‘sweet’ tape top ‘tap gallop’)
Tc electronic spark.
Boss RC3, Trio, Boss NS2, Digitech Whammy 5
New here. This is my board used with my tele and epi casino
Newest board. Walrus audio fathom is great for really effected reverb tones and really digging the neo vent
I just updated my board by removing an OCD and replacing it with a Swollen Pickle. I found that stacking the Swollen Pickle at low gain into the Red Llama, low gain into Barbershop V2 was a good combination. My son and I jammed together on the weekend. He played a Les Paul and I played drums. The Swollen pickle and Red Llama cut through the drums. YMMV.
The Helix in all its Glory
Your guitar is stealing the glory big time...
That’s a spendy-looking board, but there are some nice pedals on there. Care to give us a breakdown of your signal chain?
Sure thing! Took some patience and trades/sells to get it to this but I'm super happy. I'm really digging the temple audio system since it's clean and you can use all the surface on the board.
Tele or 335
-TC polytune mini
- this will do: compressor/clean boost/overdrive/distortion/fuzz - all round jack of all trades tone shaper
-Analogman KOT (waited on the list ha, worth it IMO)
-Neo Vent Mini II (leslie)
-Strymon El Cap Delay
-Strymon Flint Verb/trem
-walrus audio fathom (effect/stunt reverb)
-switcher for long vibey delay in the cap and a dedicated harmonic trem setting on the flint
Amp is either a Swart AST or Victoria LP tweed twin
The gold button covers are just so I can get to the hold functions on the delay and verb easy. I usually always have one side of the KOT on with a little verb and slap back and everything else for specific songs/inspiration. Both sides of the KOT are set in "boost" mode for highest headroom, the left side has more treble and I run the gain high on the right side, this way when I switch the right side on or the hamstead on its for more gain but I keep the signal cleanish and high headroom.
My new pedalboard is the perfect match for my Tweed Super amp.