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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
The board on the right is the effects loop.
my space stereo rig.
joyo pipebomb > donner stylish fuzz > wah > tuner > joyo american sound > fat fuzz factory > joyo phaser > nux atlantic > gig fx chopper (Turns to stereo here) > digitech polara > joyo vision
i guess i like joyo pedals?
my heavy fuzz board
into the mosky xp boost and then into the big shot aby which splits the signal.
channel 1 - tonebender clone > caline puresky > ibanez de7
channel 2 - sunfuzz clone -> donner green > joyo phaser
both channels meet back at the mimiq doubler and then out to 2 separate amps.
Here is my bass pedalboard. Boss Tuner, Boss OC-2, EHX Bassballs, EHX Bass Big Muff, Boss Bass Chorus, and Ampeg SCR-DI. Powered by an MXR ISO-Brick mini and sitting on a Pedaltrain Jr.
Yummy. What bass amp are you using and tell me more about the SCR-DI.
First one. Only stuck mine together this morning. I need a few more cables and eventually about 3 more pedals.
Pretty simple but covers everything I need.
Pedalboard sans board.
I use a fender rumble 500 head into either a bag end 15 or(and) a Fender Rumble 210 cab. But I end up going ampless quite often.
The SCR-DI is ridiculously useful. It has a headphone jack and aux in for practicing along to music. It has an over drive channel with a blend knob which makes it very versatile (although it’s not my OD). It has the classic Ampeg tone controls and sound. And obviously it has a DI out. Furthermore, you can run the DI XLR to the PA and run your 1/4” out to your amp either via the “output” (meaning the preamp will affect the XLR AND 1/4” signal) or you can use the “through” (meaning only the XLR out will have the Ampeg tone, and the 1/4” signal will bypass the Ampeg so that your amp isn’t colored by the Ampeg).
I want to play in this thread too!
Thanks. After years of chasing high gain sounds I’ve accepted that less is more when it comes to OD. I may replace that Sugar Drive with the MXR Timmy at some point, but I’m happy with what I have now. All fed into a Vox AC10.
This is mine until I get the call about a Timmy V3 available. Then I’ll see which drive it displaces. The tremolo is still up in the air but I’m trying it out in a song Sunday. The Carbo Copy is now my favorite pedal seconded by the OD250.
New year small board. Lots of sounds here!
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If anyone gets bored it’s fun to go
back to page 1 and see what everyone used “back in the day”. I’m amazed we got good tone at all with all the boss pedals. Lol.
Can't do without 'em.
Here is my board. It took a long time to get it to where I'm really happy with it!
I like to keep my board small and simple because I’m also lugging the PA and setting up the whole band. This keeps the amount of gear to a minimum but yet enough to get the sounds I need.
I need to build a physical board.
i did that but this case is handier to gig with.
Greetings from Philippines, here's my current pedalboard signal chain set-up.I use my OD-3 as a booster pedal.
Pedalboard: Boss BCB60
Boss Volume Pedal