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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Twangbanger, Aug 23, 2006.
Hoping this doesn't trigger you neat-freaks too much
Design by Picasso?
design by IDGAF
I’ve been changing up my board a good amount this year. I’m very happy with it now. The dirt section is all Australian, the Bluezer is a very light OD. Gold class boost and a full on fuzz by Anarchy Audio. ...
Trem and delay go through the effects loop and the od and fuzz go in front...
My compact all-in-one board. Mooer Audiofile headphone amp was replaced by Palmer Pocket Amp mk2. I was prepared to lose another pedal too, but they fit when reorganized.
In the end had too many issues with Mooer. Dark sounding, sometimes nice and musical, but thick and then again created wolf tone kind of issues and weird overtones at some frequencies. Despite trying with two different guitars.
Palmer ain't perfect, but it's an improvement.
Well, kind of not huge sized at least, it's Diago PB08 Commuter model . Pretty tightly packed though.
Just plug the guitar and headphones > ready to roll
A/B, stereo or wet/dry?
What's the signal-chain?
If you're running your Palmer Pocket Amp clean, check out the Radial JDX Direct-Drive. I prefer the Palmer for some things, but the JDX Direct-Drive has cabinet selector, polarity and bright switches. It's an analog device.
Wow, I never thought I could live with @blowtorch's pedalboard. Okay, I might have to straighten it out a bit though.
Whew, that is a heck of a set-up. I think it would take me a few decades just to learn the possibilities.
Its a "sandbox" for sure. Spend most of my time on the ambient side of things. I let it take me really. I have me favorites but its nice to have options.
Thanks, need to check it too! I try to stay as analog as reasonable. And using only headphones when playing home at the moment.
That's one thing I particularly like about the Palmer. You can use it for headphone practice, but expect it to sound pretty much the same when you send it to the board for recording or live performance.
This is my latest slide board, It has boost, overdrives, fuzz, octaver, three compressors and three delays.
I use the Boss CP-1X, at the front for regular slide and the Diamond and Boss CS-2, for Gilmourish slide sounds.
I play only at home for myself. when I want a sound I patch things together.
I have a lot of things, different combinations of things for different sounds and processing.
It's easier to go to the shelf, box, where ever and select what I need at the moment.
A caveat: patch cords, i.e. the spaghetti, and the tedium of find out why the in signal is not coming out.
Many of us are possibly ,maybe hmmm hum hmmm, familiar with what in my case is what's known as the dreaded user error
YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER TO PLUG THE GUITAR IN (or whatever valley girl accent) into the signal chain
(slaps forehead with palm of hand ,stops for a cup of coffee, the jolt of caffeine only contributes to apparent attention deficit,
another pause he groans)
One of the wonders for me when using REASON 11.3: I can patch everything together ,every patch cord works every single time and they are always the perfect length.
so here's some of the not- pedalboard ingredients displayed . There are a bunch of Boss, DoD, Digitech, T.C. electronic, Electro Harmonix stomp boxes not included
( I have been discreetly collecting for 35 years.)
I also add a cry-baby wah loose on the right side when I feel like it.
considering swapping out the BOG fuzz for the Timmy mini pedal I have, to play around with some gain-staging.