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

  1. SilverTele

    SilverTele NEW MEMBER!

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    Hi everyone!

    I share with you my board (with a topanga added to play at home)
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    and here's some sounds of it:
     
  2. RetroTeleRod

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    Revisions to the travel board. (again) Here it is inside the guitar case.
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    Planning on carrying the Tremolo pedal in the back of my Blues Junior so that I can still get everything in just one trip.
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  3. zingy

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    This is Obsidian.

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    IG: @leonzunec for more colorcoordinated shenanigans.
     
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  6. zingy

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    My St. Paddy's setup for tonight's gig (I will be using the Emerald board on the left, not Jade on the right):

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  7. zingy

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    To avoid any complaints about my previous post being just too da*n green, here's a blue one to even it out:

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  10. RetroTeleRod

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    Thinking about rigging this up for an acoustic guitar board.
    Diamond Compressor
    Hardwire DL-8 Delay
    Hardwire RV-7 Reverb

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  11. Beachbum

    Beachbum Friend of Leo's

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    The only problem with this thing is that since I got my Katana I don't use it anymore and being 70 I've forgotten what they all do.:(

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  12. RetroTeleRod

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    With some planning I was able to squeeze 7 pedals onto my 6 pedal board. This is my main set up to use into my Vox AC-15.
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  13. wulfenganck

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    I do like your sense of colour - but you also do take nerdyness to a new level.....
     
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  14. j5jarod777

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    Went to a head stock tuner to make room for the "chill". This board gets me a lot of different sounds.
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  15. ClashCityTele

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    Looks like the grey one could be an overdrive...or is it the other grey one next to the black one?
    Just turn everything to 12 & stomp on them one at a time.
    Looks good...whatever they do.
    PS I think I've spotted a graphic equalizer.
     
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    Did some reorganizing. Gonna put a barefoot pedals tallboy on my mljr’s tap button so I can tap both the el cap and the mljr at the same time.

    Also looking to replace the fulltone ocd wit either an eqd hoof or a jam rattler. I can’t decide for the life of me


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  17. ClashCityTele

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    That is just plain weird.
    However, I now have a strange urge to colour co-ordinate my pedal boards.
     
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  20. Synchro

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    Here’s mine, an EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master Hall Reverb/Digital Delay, for a quick slapback sound. A Stanley Blue Nebula, for a variety of delays, an Abbey Road Plater Reverb, and assorted other effects, all of which can be saved in up to 256 presets, which can be named for songs, forming a songlist at your feet. The Topanga is a Spring Reverb emulation and very good for a Surf sound. Finally, the TR-2 is a great tremolo, which can come in handy if I’m not working from the presets in the Blue Nebula. The Siamese Cat is on a switch I use for my Winfield Tremor amp, allowing me to turn the tremolo on or off from the pedal board.

    Not much variety, but great sounds.

    PS: I forgot to mention the Truetone Buffer between the first two pedals and the Temple Audio Dual Buffer Mounted on the side of the board. I’m very convinced of the need for adequate buffering.

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