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clarker

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Pretty simple, works for me.
 

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Dann B

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Decided to expand my miniboard to include a Boss RC10R looper. All on a Pedaltrain Nano Plus(18x5):

SST Tuner > Cali 76 > Revival Drive > Iridium >> Zoia >> RC10R >>.
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I have a Disaster Area Micro Ghost on the underside to host USB power if I want to integrate a midi controller with my Zoia. Perfect for my purposes. Output in stereo from the Iridium onward. Zoia provides all the synths and FXs I want. Its not in this photo, but Zoia's Midi Out is connected to the Iridium. The Zoia switches can be tricky, but they are well above the RC10R's face. What else can you do for this footprint.
 
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Old Plank

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Decided to expand my miniboard to include a Boss RC10R looper. All on a Pedaltrain Nano Plus(18x5):

SST Tuner > Cali 76 > Revival Drive > Iridium > Zoia > RC10R. View attachment 1052417 View attachment 1052418
I have a Disaster Area Micro Ghost on the underside to host USB power if I want to integrate a midi controller with my Zoia. Perfect for my purposes. Output in stereo from the Iridium onward. Zoia provides all the synths and FXs I want. Its not in this photo, but Zoia's Midi Out is connected to the Iridium. The Zoia switches can be tricky, but they are above the RC10R's face. What else can you do for this footprint.
That is one space-efficient and tidy-looking board ... well done!
 

pipthepilot

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Here's my rig, love this board. The Strymon Iridium is incredible and I can't rate the Morningstar highly enough.

Signal chain: PolyTune -> JHS Compressor -> Golden Fleece Fuzz -> JHS Morning Glory -> Iridium (IN/FX out) -> Mobius -> Walrus D1 -> Walrus R1 -> Iridium (FX in/OUT) -> DI Box -> UA Apollo

Iridium, Mobius, D1 & R1 all Midi controlled and full Stereo
 

Dann B

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....JHS Morning Glory -> Iridium (IN/FX out) -> Mobius -> Walrus D1 -> Walrus R1 -> Iridium (FX in/OUT) -> DI Box.....
Can you describe how you are using the Iridium with its own "FX loop". I was not aware of this functionality. Thanks.

Is the left channel null cab and the right channel cabbed? Aren't both channel going through the amp sim?
 

pipthepilot

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Can you describe how you are using the Iridium with its own "FX loop". I was not aware of this functionality. Thanks.

Is the left channel null cab and the right channel cabbed? Aren't both channel going through the amp sim?
Hi Dann, Sorry, I provided incorrect information there 😕

I put the board together 18 months ago and was absolutely convince it was with an FX loop. When you asked how, I had to take a look and realised I had remembered wrongly. The walrus R1 goes directly to the DI.
 

wulfenganck

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I dabbled into the wonderful world of Lapsteel lately (mostly because of Megan Lovell from Larkin Poe). I changed an old, beat-up resonator to a lapsteel with a new saddle.
Anyway, good excuse for a new pedalboard.
The EHX The Glove works more as a cleanboost, i don't want too much distortion with the lapsteel, the OCD handles this nicely. The Keeley Verb O Trem is a nice reverb, the guy I bought it from had it modified: you can combine the trem/vibrato settings with spring or plate or the modern/vintage option, which is a kind of high treble-cut.
The Harley Benton delay was a leftover in one of my drawers, but actually, it works quite nice and does it's job.....
the board goes straight into an old Peavey Express solid state amp, will test it next rehearsal.....

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MisterZ

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After 45 years of dealing with cables and boxes littering the floor, I finally broke down and put a board together. I still need a 2' cable to connect the Fuzz Face out to the TS in, but for a first attempt I'm happy.

Snark tuner -> Dyna Comp -> Triangle Big Muff -> Fuzz Face -> (eventually) -> TS9 -> DOD Phasor 201 -> JHS Chorus -> Boss TR-2.

Thoughts from the more experienced folks here?
 

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Snfoilhat

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Here's an example of Joyo's take on the Aclam adhesive-less pedal board system.
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Almost all utilities here so not a very flashy board, but I'm playing a couple non-guitar instruments and wanted always to have a parallel clean signal and a way to A/B different amps or effects for making demos of the amps I build especially.

Input >>> tuner/buffer/mute >>> ABY
B >>> dry signal output
A >>> EFX (loop 1 and loop 2) >>> wet signal output
Loop 1 send >>> RC-5 >>> [any additional gain or EQ] >>> return
Loop 2 >>> BF-2 >>> DC-2 >>> [any additional wet effects] >>> return

Aclam and Joyo both have power supply attachment brackets, neither of which seemed great to me for this setup. I wanted to use the PSU's built in threaded direct mount screws, but the underside of these rails aren't flat -- they're like I-beams. So I partially disassembled the board and removed what aluminum was in the way for a direct mount.

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Two holes down in one of the rail valleys for the mounting screws pull the PSU up flush to the bottom side of the board. You can see a glint of chrome screw heads just north of the flanger. It worked!
 

sax4blues

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After 45 years of dealing with cables and boxes littering the floor, I finally broke down and put a board together. I still need a 2' cable to connect the Fuzz Face out to the TS in, but for a first attempt I'm happy.

Snark tuner -> Dyna Comp -> Triangle Big Muff -> Fuzz Face -> (eventually) -> TS9 -> DOD Phasor 201 -> JHS Chorus -> Boss TR-2.

Thoughts from the more experienced folks here?
I just love how everything is wiggly waggly, mine is too.
 




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