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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Latest pedal set-up.
I was in need of a highly portable board so I made this to fit a 15” laptop bag:
Very impressed with the quality of those MIC el Cheapo mini pedals, btw!
Long time lurker here. Recent events have finally allowed me to dust off my old IKEA GORM board and fix it up. Pretty happy with the result
Wow, what patch cables are those?
I posted this in another thread. My home only, single lift board (easy to clean under). Made from a repurposed teak door mat. Rails instead of velcro, and power on top to make pedal changes easy. No fancy underchassis wiring, all accessed from the top.
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I keep switching out the dirt pedals looking for the best combo. Wish more of these were the smaller mini enclosures so I could fit more on the board. OCD is new, got the covid 19 15% discount last month. Really liking it.
Just built my first pedal board (yes, it’s just two pieces of wood I found in my garage and trimmed down and screwed together). Also, this is the most complex my rig has ever been.
Gold archer Ikon doing it’s Klone thing.
Really nice Harmonic Percolator clone from Fredric Effects.
Modern Big Muff
Stereo Memory Man w/ Hazarai (brand new addition, still learning all about the weird stuff it can do)
Nothing like a homemade pedal! Congrats
I really do finally think this is it ....
Route is: In -->Tuner-->Tech21-->Vortex-->ViscousVibe-->SparkBoost-->Flashback2-->VerboTrem-GaussEcho-->Out
Needless to say, not entirely happy with the cables but it's currently proving impossible to get exactly what I'd like.
Did think about a Looper at the end, but know that the second, and longer set, Delay will be much more useful to me.
June 8, 2019: 35th(-ish) reunion of my old college new wave band.
Just under a year later, I've revised my board four times and tonight it is (DOH!) back the way it was. The paisley Rat is back, having won out over a Big Muff and two different compressors.
Improvements since last June include better input/output jacks, a hard master-bypass button with blindingly bright green/yellow status indicators, and the expression pedal for the Grand Canyon.
Here is my cover band board as of today. It's always in a state of change.
Temple Pedalboard by TommyBaltimore posted May 31, 2020 at 12:23 PM
<sigh> I can't wait to play again...
How do you like the Secret Preamp? Do you have it dead last in the chain?
Hello neighbor! Dead-last and set to add a 3D sparkle but no boost. A wonderful addition to the pedalboard.
Good to hear, I have one on order. Never played with an EP preamp before so the lead time is killing me.
Lots of experience showing there. Nice job.
Just noticed, over two years without changes: