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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. Daytona.57

    Daytona.57 Tele-Meister

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    My board for COVID-19:

    Barbershop V2, preamp, boost
    Compact Gain Changer
    Direct Drive V1
    Burn Unit EQ
    Green Rhino Mark II
    Red Llama 25th, Camel Toe combo
    Saucy Box
    Archer Ikon
    Diamond compressor
    Tuna Melt trem
    Boss RV-3 delay
    Diamond Counterpoint delay
    Boss RV-3 reverb/delay, slight
    Boss CS-2 compressor sustainer
    MXR 10 band EQ, on amp

    Fender PA 100 head and Avatar 2x12 cab.

    Fender Pro Jr IV Tweed and 1x12 cab with a Cannabis Rex, mainly for slide and lap steel.

    I planned and use the same pedalboard and settings, with both amps.

    Fender 60th Anniversary US Telecaster.

    VM Fender Thinline Telecaster, natural

    2008 Fender Road Worn 60s Strat,
    CS Fat 50s, loaded pickguard.

    VM Fender 70s Strat.

    Epiphone Les Paul Limited Edition Goldtop, MFJ, set up for slide and lap steel.


    COVID-19 project:

    I run three stacked delays for Ry Cooder's slide sound.

    I add two compressors, for Gilmourish slide tones.


    YMMV
     
  2. jannodude

    jannodude Tele-Afflicted

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    My bass pedalboard:
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  3. rbcarleton

    rbcarleton TDPRI Member

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    Here's my first try at a pedal board. I was so ambivalent about getting locked in, it's just a bunch of velcro stuck on a "board":

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  4. TX_Slinger

    TX_Slinger Tele-Meister

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    Yeah but you left yourself room to move stuff around before you settle on a layout for your next board ;)
     
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  5. Itgoesto11

    Itgoesto11 Tele-Meister

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    Iridium into Friedman FRFR
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  6. jondanger

    jondanger Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    Here’s a revision to my toolbox board. I found this toolbox from my dad’s showroom stock racing days in the trash bin. It has some old placards on it from the late 60s / early 70s, as well as that radical old R Crumb sticker. It had a tray that had lost its handle, but the tray brackets support the board and there is space for cables and such underneath.

    I keep starting and abandoning this board. Here’s the latest (re)vision. 1) A board for the living room doesn’t need dirt because why would you want to blast your family out of the common space? 2) if you have an amp that can do dirt and clean, you don’t *need* another dirt pedal on the board. My gig-size amp is a Fender Prosonic. Dirt is covered.

    I wanted an 80s sounding compressor and stumbled across this DOD FX-80B at Music Go Round for $45. It’s exactly what I was looking for. Clangy and a little over the top. I recently got the Ibanez FL-9 too. A nice sounding subtle flanger. 2 delays because . . . because . . . because . . .

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  7. wulfenganck

    wulfenganck Tele-Afflicted

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    Nice Box!
    How do you power the board? Batteries?
     
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  8. Alamo

    Alamo Doctor of Teleocity

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    My all Joyo + one NUX Tape Delay board in the Bosch case.

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  9. jondanger

    jondanger Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    Just a daisy chain.
     
  10. GreatDaneRock

    GreatDaneRock Tele-Holic

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    Here they are in order; first my main pedalboard that drives my creativity at home, next is my gigging solution for programmed tempos and setlist programming as well, and last is my backup to my gigging board.

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  11. rbcarleton

    rbcarleton TDPRI Member

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    Here's the latest iteration. It's updated to run stereo balanced outputs to the board. A JDX Direct-Drive replaces using a traditional amplifier. It also provides a way to tap off the signal before it goes off to the modulation effects.

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  12. Hobbo

    Hobbo TDPRI Member

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    New board!

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  13. RetroTeleRod

    RetroTeleRod Poster Extraordinaire

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  14. Nick-O

    Nick-O TDPRI Member

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  15. T-Bone

    T-Bone Tele-Afflicted

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    Changed my board up a bit. Used for lap steel and harmonica. The new JHS Whitey Tighty compressor is always on.
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  16. burntfrijoles

    burntfrijoles Poster Extraordinaire

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    Which one? I now have three but they are in a constant state of flux.
    I have one pedal board for my PRRI and one for my Tone King Gremlin, plus I have a small desk pedalboard that i assemble when I’m trying to nail a new tone. It’s easier to tweak knobs sitting down than stooping to the floor.
     
  17. Norris Vulcan

    Norris Vulcan Tele-Afflicted

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    I'm really interested in the Simplifier - how is it for you ?
     
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  18. Nick-O

    Nick-O TDPRI Member

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    I am pretty impressed with it, particularly the Marshall and 4x12. I have a Helix and had 2 Kempers, all are good, but this has a feel to it like a Marshall. Hard to explain, but to answer your question...very happy with it!
     
  19. Norris Vulcan

    Norris Vulcan Tele-Afflicted

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    Thanks, I must check one out. They go for £299 over here, $400 :eek:
     
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  20. Nick-O

    Nick-O TDPRI Member

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    Hmm....that is a bunch. If you NEED it I can see it. If you are playing into an amp, I don't know if it will be the same benefit. I play it into either FOH mixing board, my PowerCab or a powered FRFR. I think it is redundant otherwise. But that being said, the price will come down in time I'm sure.
     
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