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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
I clicked "Like" because I'm a big fan of smaller boards but I really have no clue what pedals you have... lol
January 2019 revision.
I sold the Boss RC-30, Analogman Mini Bi-Comp, and an Earthquaker Grand Orbiter to free up funds for another guitar. Added a Wampler Latitude and. Boss CS-2. I moved the junction box to the bottom, and I like it better there.
I was going to use my small board for our February show but I’m having second thoughts . . .
Gets it done for almost anything.
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Must Have Supa-trem!
Here is my board. It gets me to where I want to be.
If you are looking for a versatile phaser for your board to go with your Orange...the MXR Phase 95 is great. It has a very small footprint and packs 4 different phasers. I love mine.
This is the third overhaul of my pedalboards. This time I divided my pedals into two groups, on the right board are the pedals that run before the amp, and on the left board are all the pedals that go in the amp's effect loop... That design helps me simplify the wiring up of the amp. I also added a DI box to the end of the chain so I can go straight into a PA if desired. I also removed the Wah and Volume pedals from the boards because I hardly ever use them. That shrunk the size of one of the boards considerably.
Currently find I’m using my small board - with just big box fuzzies, delay and Reverb + boost - instead of my big board.
Had a bit of a new year shake up. Trying to avoid getting a bigger board but I can feel myself fighting a losing battle on that.
Latest version of my board. Settings for reference.
I love it, and I need to do something like it for my self
I like how you ran the cables, can’t even see them
My board in a pedal gig bag. It goes into a modeler but works well with a tube amp
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My well used country setup, dirt and all. Velcro on the bottom of the PB1000. The Ernie Ball is a 25k JR. I'd really like to squeeze a MIB pedal in there, and downsize my delay(s). I only need a slapback, plus a tap tempo, both warm analog/tape styles.
Here's my pedalboard, in constant flux, this is version 4.0.
Finally someone else rocking a Barber gain changer. Mine is the same as yours, same white color. I love it and it's stacked with a Timmy clone (Caline Pure Sky), Pure Sky feeds into Barber gain changer. I can then just change the gain structure of the Barber GC to the amount of gain needed for a specific tune.
Latest revision with My new Supa-trem
You win, shut down the thread