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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
That’s an awesome looking board. Love those SiB! Effects.
This is V3 of my Pedal Pad, after installing a One Spot CS12 under it. Here’s the pedals in order of signal chain:
Mosky Pure Buffer
Dunlop cry baby wah
Korg pitchblack mini
Mosky Amp (MXR Micro Amp Clone)
Voodoo Labs Micro Vibe
Mosky Tone Bus (MXR Dyna Comp, Tube Screamer, OCD clones)
Vick Audio Tree of Life
Mosky Golden Horse
MXR Distortion+ (vintage 80s)
Mosky Red Fox (Timmy OD clone, fx loop to a vintage Morley volume pedal, Chorus, Delay)
Catalinbread Belle Epoch
Joyo American Sound
Valeton Coral Mod (set for tremolo)
TC Hall of Fame
Here is my sit in board I recently put together. Was running batteries but think I’m gonna stick with this setup for awhile so wired up a one spot/daisy chain. The Hot Cake does make a really good transparent volume boost with gain rolled back.
I think that is a Chase Bliss pedal called Warped Vinyl. They use the same box format for most of their stuff, and you can see the dip switches on the back. I feel like I can barely read the “War . . .”
Had an important change for my session-board: I love my amp (Hughes & Kettner Edition Tube Anniversary) but the spring-reverb is somehow indifferent.
I also wanted a booster for solo-spots AND: my main shop sells the T-Rex Space Master for less than 70 Euro. I am quite happy with the board.
Signal is guitar - T-Rex Gull Wah - T-Rex Alberta II - amp input; amp effects send to Rocktron Hush - Z-CAT Q-Mod - TC Nova Delay - T-Rex Space Master - amp effects return.
The Nova Delay is not the best sounding delay I have, but certainly the most versatile and therefore ideal for sessions - and that what the board is all about!
New setup for new band..THE LEAFS...Canadian rock tribute.70's 80's and 90's
I have a really old small stone my cousin gave me. Said it didn't work; Been in a drawer for years. I need to get it out and see if I can get it to work; or break it some more.
Enjoying the simple life...
Cheap One-Spot-esque daisy chain underneath, going into a slightly broken up Peavey Classic 30. All EQ's at noon, just a little reverb
I have a classic 30 for grab n go that I use a bad monkey alone for small gigs...platinum sound at sheet metal prices..fat and tight sound
The C30 has to be best bang for your buck imo for valve amps, a speaker swap may be on the cards for me though. That Blue Marvel speaker just isn't quite doing it for me.
The Hairy Tounge.. that sounds disturbing. (Ina good way)
Going direct to the PA with a Neunaber Iconoclast cabsim in stereo.
^ I have the bottom row, but minus that Korg tuner.
Best back-end combo ever. Thanks for the like.
Knob/box ratio is off the charts man! Very cool board.
Sounds like a party I don't want to attend. Gotta watch that knob/box ratio.
Got to try out a few new things during band jamming earlier this week.....also was playing with a Reverend Double Agent into a VOX AC15c1
Slight update on my "Quick & Dirty"-board for jams and open stage nights.
Guitar into HoTone Soulpress Wah, Harley Benton Clean Glass, TC Electronics Dark Matter, HoTone Skyline Trem, T-Rex Reptile into Amp (Peavey Express or whatever's around). Powered by a Harley Benton Powerbank.
Here are mine as of this morning.
The main one:
TC Hyper Gravity Comp > MXR CMBAOD >Ibanez Jet Driver > EB VP > TC NOVA Modulator . TC NOVA Delay. One Spot CS7 for power. Korg Pitchblack Tuner from tuner out on the VP
I use this one mostly with the Tele and Lap Steel. The Dyna Comp is an ancient Rochester one. From there BBE Green Screamer > Zen Drive > Barber Direct Drive > Boss DC-2 > HoTone Tremolo > Ibanex VL-10 VP > Boss DD-2 Delay. (And another Korg Pitchblack Tuner fed from the VP) I use a One Spot for power. It powers them all!
This is the experimental stereo/ambient board. BBE Bench Press Comp > Biyang Mouse > A/B (A to tuner > B to the next pedal) > NuX Mod Core > TC Alter Ego V2 > Zoom MS70 CDR and there's a Digitech DigiDelay in the loop of the amp. Right now I'm using it in mono until I drag another amp upstairs.