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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Yup. 2024-T3 to be exact. Grabbed a piece out of the scrap bin, bent it, lathered it up in Velcro, added two outboard battery packs done.
Ooooh A WF Rat even. Cool.
Thanks! It's a WF re-issue. I had Keith over at Machine Head Pedals mod it with two LEDs that shine through the sides of the case when it's engaged. Here's an older pic.
I call this board iteration "50 Tones Of Grey". Really makes the knobs of the RevivalDrive Compact stand out
That is very aesthetically pleasing.. What are the 3 minis at the far end? I can only make out Bright ???? Pedals.
Here is mine that I am currently using. Running a Casino, Tele, Strat and Les Paul through this into my Blues Deluxe.
They're Bright Onion aux switches for scrolling through presets on the HX Stomp, Nemesis and Ventris respectively.
Wanted a quick and easy pedalboard for jams - Pedaltrain PedalBooster 2 (for raising pedals on a real Pedaltrain Board) was the perfect solution. Added some furniture gripper pads on the bottom and this gives me tuning + transparent overdrive and fits in my gig bag!
Here's mine, I keep things simple.
From right to left
- Boss Tu3 Tuner
- Boss DS-1 Distortion
- Ibanez 850 fuzz
- EHX Neo Mistress
- Mooer Ana echo
Battery powered with a wet and a hof?
I know right? those power supplies in the picture have 9 volts batteries in them and they are for analog od pedals that I rob from my big board or off the book shelf. They have switches on them so I can leave them plugged in but turn them off.
If I use those on the analog ODs, then the digitals will be isolated and quieter (hopefully) when I power them with this, arriving Friday. 10000mAh. Just for fun I tried the HOF2 on a 9volt battery and it lasted about 15 minutes.
Wow. So impressed.
Dude that's awesome. But what about the whole mythic addition of the LED indicator light added to mid 80's post WF altered the tone of the classic WF which is part of the reason the re-issue didn't include an LED? I know there were other differences component-wise in the original WF that contributed to the difference in sound of later iterations, but I also remember the addition of the indicator light being suspect.
And can I get mine modded with red LEDs?
Send Keith over at Machine Head Pedals an e-mail. He can also answer your question about the LED having any effect on the sound. http://www.machineheadpedals.com/
EQD Rocks. I have the Grand Orbiter V3 (I had the V2 originally, I liked the sound but couldn't stand the hard footswitch on the V2, loudest. click. ever.). I also have the Hummingbird Repeat Percussions tremolo and love it too.
How is that Ghost Echo?
I also using one of those on my jam-session board - works fine. No humming, power for at least 6-8 hours; as long as the pedal requires 9V, everything's fine.
hey man! I like the ghost echo a lot, i’ve seen the v3 videos and it looks and sound a little better.
the V2 is rich & dark, you can dial in from a smooth and discrete spring reverb all the way to a powerful dark ambience with some sort of modulation.
i recommend it a lot, i was faithful to the holy grail nano in the past, and i don’t miss it much... this one sound way more natural and has a wider frequency response.
Pretty happy with this setup. Still going to try new dirt pedals from time to time but otherwise I'm set for a while. The board itself is homemade.
Korg PB Mini > Pigtronix Philosopher’s Tone > EHX Pitchfork > EQD Grand Orbiter > TS Mini > Lovepedal Valve Reamer > EHX Green Russian Re-Issue > Proco 1985 WF Rat Re-Issue > Lovepedal Purple Plexi SE > Walrus Julia Chorus > Alexander F-13 Flanger > EQD Hummingbird > MXR Carbon Copy > Lovepedal EPH-3 Tape Delay > Walrus Slo reverb > Lovepedal Reverb 3 > Boss RC-2.
Powered by two Sweetfoot isolated power bases.
I’m really happy with this setup. Gonna swap out the Gunslinger for an Iron Horse and then add some other modulation, looking for a Flint and maybe a chorus. I still have room to work with. Just need a new power supply.