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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
This is it today, but changes are coming. Already swapped out the Soul Food for a PoT.
My chain is Tuner -> LR Baggs Session DI -> Xotic Effects RC Booster -> Electro-Harmonix Soul Food -> TC Electronics Flashback -> MXR Carbon Copy -> Marshall Regenerator -> Boss RV-6 Reverb
Changed it up again. Just a little bit.
Tuner more useful than Switchblade, and the MXR ‘78 is a bit more versatile than the Hendrix.
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Just my spare pedals that I put on my DIY board
Got any demos? I wanna hear that Jeckyll & Hyde.
Nice simple board...love it!
This is the most stripped down it has been for years... guitar > Old School tremolo > Ponyboy OD> Odie OD > Mesa Cal50+ amp and then tuner, chorus, delay and looper in the FX loop. Loving it.
I'm a little surprised that at this point, I'm using a all Boss pedals, pedalboard. These three suit me needs perfectly. The JHS modded TR2 is as close to my Deluxe Reverb trem as I've ever heard! I love the simplicity too! I also use a standard CryBaby and have a Boss 62 Reverb pedal in case of no reverb on an amp.
This is actually 2 Nano+ boards, top one is for my bass.
What are the red & pink ones?
I would just like to say that this has to be the coolest pedal ever.
Haven't seen it before... what is it... what's it do...
Not really a demo but this is me with my buddies jamming! All the distorted sounds here were mostly from my Visual Sound Jeckyl and Hyde, for solo part, I just add a Fulltone Fulldrive II for sustain
Here's both of mine. First one I haven't used in 10 years, second one is what I use right now but with a Shure wireless system.
I reconfigured my diy pedalboard from this...
Ummm... what's the difference you might ask?
Well, I added this!...
In case you didn't notice... what did I "add" exactly you may ask?
I incorporated a power conditioner on the pedalboard hidden underneath all the pedals. I found the power conditioner on Facebook Marketplace for $20.
I am very pleased with my project! What's great about using wood was that it is easy to reconfigure! Unscrew, cut here and there, re-screw... and voila! Reconfigured!
I'm not sure why I'm spending time doing this. I don't even gig out anymore. However, it's nice to have them in one place! But, the GT-100 is not fixed (velcro'd) on the board because sometimes it's the only thing I bring around when I need to play somewhere.
Anyways... for the meantime... Let's light her up! Weeee weeee weeee :headbang:
The only thing I don't like is this...
It looks messy to me and the cables look so strained. Any suggestions? I wonder if those saucer type right angles are shorter than these ones? And, I wonder if they would fit side by side considering that those saucer-types are wider?
I hope you like it!
Very clever! Nicely done! I wouldn't bother much on those cables. As long as they're doing their job, I wont change a thing. I have the same dilemma but figured going with solderless plugs might hit me in the long run. Soldered cable fits the bill. Locked via a cable tie.
I'll be modifying this board to incorporate a Vitoos ISO4S underneath the Cerberus. I might cut a chunk of wood just to have clearance between the power pack and ground. Should be an easy job.