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knockeduptele

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Bit dumb building a board for a single pedal, but I needed to speed up my guitar changes and had one of these lying around - not the best pedal in the world but being active, it at least it drives the extra cable run. Problem was gaffa'd to the stage, it would last half a set before it started following me around.

So I built this little board for it. It is extremely heavy with three sheets of 4mm roofing lead sandwiched in-between the mdf layers and a corrugated rubber sheet glued to the bottom - doesn't go anywhere

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telemnemonics

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Not arguing, but why just plug straight into the amp?
True that a little board is bound to stroll...
 

Maguchi

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Bit dumb building a board for a single pedal, but I needed to speed up my guitar changes and had one of these lying around - not the best pedal in the world but being active, it at least it drives the extra cable run. Problem was gaffa'd to the stage, it would last half a set before it started following me around.

So I built this little board for it. It is extremely heavy with three sheets of 4mm roofing lead sandwiched in-between the mdf layers and a corrugated rubber sheet glued to the bottom - doesn't go anywhere

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Ibañez AD-9 Analog Delay and a '80s MiJ Boss CE-2 Chorus

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zencat

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Bit dumb building a board for a single pedal, but I needed to speed up my guitar changes and had one of these lying around - not the best pedal in the world but being active, it at least it drives the extra cable run. Problem was gaffa'd to the stage, it would last half a set before it started following me around.

So I built this little board for it. It is extremely heavy with three sheets of 4mm roofing lead sandwiched in-between the mdf layers and a corrugated rubber sheet glued to the bottom - doesn't go anywhere

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Technically not a "pedal board" but one I choose over my full pedal board for simplicity's sake - and I get all the effects I need.
 

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GTRANIMAL

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So I wanted to down size and wen with mini- pedals. I use Smokin Amp A-B, Carbon Copy, Phase 95, Sugar Drive, Nobel mini Nad crybaby Mini wah.
All into a 68 DRRI.
 

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Gaz_

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As small as I could make it... Guitar into compressor, then into a split n blend. Loop one goes to a multi effect, then an octave pedal, then a vibrato and back to the split and blend. You can then wet/dry the original guitar signal with the effects signal, into an american sound and out to the amp.

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And it fit neatly in the case!
 




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