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Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by StratGuy4692, Aug 1, 2019.
Nothing that can't be fixed though.
Lol! I should have you come over and tune all my guitars!
Current Signal chain
Foxrox Octron 3
Fulltone MDV mkII
Whirlwind Orange Phaser
Teese RMC-10 Wah
That's awesome! Not a lot you couldn't do with a board like that.
My new pedal philosophy is to dump all compression-type pedals. And try for a more natural sounding overdrive. I love my AC 30 C1
1. BSM- BM-Q (trebleboost)
2. Analogman Beano Boost
3. Xotic EP Boost
4. Marc Tremonti Wah
5. EH Pitch Fork
In the efx loop:
1. TC Electronic Spark Boost
2. EH Electric Mistress
3. TC Electronic Flashback Delay
Reintroduced compression to my pedalboard for the first time in over 7 years - added a second loop switcher so I can have the TC Hypergravity on the clean only, as I'm not a fan of compression with my dirt pedals:
I have over 100 pedals squeezed into a tiny pedal board.
Okay, not much of a pedal guy.
now in better shape.the big one withe the stickers ia an sd-1 and the other is a SHOD clone
Here is how my set up looks now
I’m reviving this thread rather than starting a new one, and yes, I saw that there was supposedly an older one, which I couldn’t find.
My first pedal board:
Jim Dunlop Cry Baby
Lovepedal Vintage Modern
MXR Super Comp (used as boost)
MXR Echoplex Preamp (always on)
MXR Echoplex Delay
Pretty crammed so maybe should have got a larger board but this should be everything I ever want and glad to have a smaller 14”x11” board.
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Nice and neat
Nothing fancy, but easy to manage. I haven't changed it in 5 years or more.
The Atomic Energy Commission will be coming after you !!!
I just started working with pedals last year. I got a killer deal on a Temple Audio platform and here is what I'm currently working with:
And I settled on this power Supply from JOYO - has 8 inputs, 3 of them are 500mA, 4 are 100mA and one is a variable 100mA that you can set to accommodate 9v, 12v or 18v unit:
I have it tucked away under the Temple Audio board.
Really cool thing about this Power Supply: it has a USB power supply for a Phone or Tablet and it also has a built in rechargeable Lithium battery that will allow you to go power cord free for at least 2 hours and up to 6 or 8 hours (depending on how many pedals you have plugged in and what mA's they draw).
I think I paid $65 for it. Very happy with it so far - haven't tested the battery life at a gig yet.
Right now I'm playing around with this. It's a DOD Invasion!
Th VOX Wah is actual not connected, need a new poti first...
I have went and set my pedals up on the same table my amps sit on. I got 16 ten foot cables and am able to move my board up so its easy to reach. I run a 8 pedal switcher on the floor along with other floor switchers Amp, Trio+ and expression pedal. the order I run my gear is EQ to switcher the 8 pedals are on the board and the other EQ is hooked to the OD. Then from the switcher to a looper then Trio+ and last is my 3 amps. I run all but the jam man looper and the Trio+ off two one spot power supplies and one off them is for the switcher so 1 One spot powers all of my 10 pedals and every thing is plugged into one outlet using a power strip that is surge protector with on off switch so I flip one switch and every thing comes on. I can move all of my floor units 6' away from the table.