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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
To infinity and beyond!
My favourite toys being worked on by my son's favourite toy.
After a lot of effort, I have arrived at this.
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I'm pretty set with this.. reverb and tremolo are in my amp.
Steady set up for me for now.
Ernie Ball volume, danelectro delay, Boss ce-2, Boss ge-7, EHX east river drive. Fender tuner on left used at mute for acoustic.
Apologies for useless pic,
The latest one.. trying it direct, and will take out the tech21 blonde for an extra od soon.
I had put together a small board and realized that my main board could be small with a little rearranging. I made the board out of scrap plywood I had in the garage. It's 15 inches x 9 inches and fits in my gear bag with my cables, extra strings, picks, etc.
The Biyang Tri Reverb and Caline Pure Sky were bought on a whim for the small board but they sound so good I sold other pedals that are 2 and 3 times their price.
I just noticed that my main board has been without a change since 18th September 2018 - the only thing I changed was having a multicore (4 cables: board to amp, effects send/return, channel switch) done to connect board and amp.
And I don't miss a thing.....do I have to leave this group???
Still have my giant board, but have some session work coming up and just wanted the essentials for our first rehearsal tomorrow. These are all typically on my bigger tour board but this gives me quite a few drive options, some classic slapback, and the Flint is awesome for a little reverb and/or tremolo. Plus this setup doesn't weigh over 70lbs like the other board does in it's flight case.
Some nice pedals! But you must have the feet of a ballet-dancer - there'd be no way for me to hit the Way Huge without hitting either the Flint or the KOT occasionally!
My secret is pointy toed cowboy boots. Even then it's tricky sometimes, and that's when I miss using the big board.
Finished. For now...
My small, mono board for gigging and rehearsing with my current band.
And my stereo big board for experimenting and noodling at home
I’ll eventually move the big board onto a Templeboard duo24.