Another "Show us your pedal board" thread

ToneRanger

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Jun 8, 2009
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Area 51
Continuing the 5-S of my rig - along with the Headrush FRFR108 cab I have en route (the little Yamaha is just a placeholder for now,) I found another one used on Reverb for a great price, so I'll be able to run two of them in stereo if I want.
Most of the clutter around the board is gone too - once the cabs are in I may put both of them on the open back half of the board, or I may just put one up on the stand and keep one at home - I'm not sure yet.

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Murdog

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May 7, 2021
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Continuing the 5-S of my rig - along with the Headrush FRFR108 cab I have en route (the little Yamaha is just a placeholder for now,) I found another one used on Reverb for a great price, so I'll be able to run two of them in stereo if I want.
Most of the clutter around the board is gone too - once the cabs are in I may put both of them on the open back half of the board, or I may just put one up on the stand and keep one at home - I'm not sure yet.

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It's coming along, can't wait to see it completed!
 

eclecticsynergy

Senior Stratmaster
Sep 23, 2014
4,255
NY
I redid my small board a couple of months ago. Had to position things carefully to fit it all with connectors & power on a little Metro 20, but it still fits in its case. OneSpot Pro CS6 underneath powers it all, with the silver one-knob Deadbat to sag voltage for one of the fuzzes. Tiny green box is an always-on EP preamp, the Henretta Emerald Prince.



Some have remarked on an excess of drives. But the two foundation drives in the back row are only used when running through a clean backline amp. And I only kick on the Blue Rain (with the Echophonic) for pick drags. The Fuzz 50 and one side of the JMP Eleven act as base flavors - when I run one, it stays on through a few songs or a whole jam.

So basically my drives are fuzz (the Bonetender, starved), OD (the TS-type Pale Horse), and the JMP side of the JMP Eleven serving as hot-button lead channel for solos & feedback.
 

fos1

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Nov 7, 2018
2,293
Texas
I just ordered a 21" tall adjustable laptop stand. I am going to try putting my small pedal board on it near my chair. I am hoping it will make them easy to adjust and utilize. The floor is hard for me with my poor vision. ???

I'll post pictures after I get it setup.

PS. I still haven't started assembly of my Stewmac Klon Klone. I've been in Florida for two weeks. ;( My very young granddaughters arrive tomorrow for a week. Maybe after that...
 

Murdog

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May 7, 2021
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I broke up my monster board to better serve particular amps with less adjustment (new theory)…and now have five smaller dedicated boards.

Quilter
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Supro

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DV Mark (Joyos and up)
Excelsior (bottom row)

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Alternate practice space

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Yes, it is excess, but it has kept me busy. Yes, it will probably change again.
Billionaire! I like the Danelectro board. I have a Texas Trouble pedal which I'm very fond of! I took it off my board as I used it as a standalone nowadays.
 
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stormsedge

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Jun 7, 2012
3,375
East Tennessee, USA
Billionaire! I like the Danelectro board. I have a Texas Trouble pedal which I'm very fond of! I took it off my board as I used it as a standalone nowadays.

I think the Texas Trouble is the same as my Pride of Texas...a "SRV TS808/TS8" clone.

The Billionaire store demo/display board was in the first round of pedals I purchased (with a tuner and wah). As noted, I recently put them back together, on the OEM board...made more sense. They are good pedals.

I recently traded away a Cool Cat Metal...just too in your face for me.
 


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