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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Here's my FaceBook album w/pix of my pedalboards....
    Sing the Song Bro'
    Play on Drummer

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by maestrovert View Post
    Here's my FaceBook album w/pix of my pedalboards....
    How do you like that RT-20.
    There are only two kinds of people in this world, ignorant and intelligent, which one are you.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtJoe View Post
    How do you like that RT-20.
    i quite like it !
    Sing the Song Bro'
    Play on Drummer

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    I've been thinking about building a new pedalboard for the last year or so and finally got around to it last weekend. My old board was similar, but I had to carry it around in a bag, the cable routing was sloppy, and it was too crowded. A couple of weeks a ago at a gig I went to kick on my chorus in the middle of a song and accidentally hit my tuner muting everything. That's when I decided it was time to build a new board and spread things out a bit.

    I run two chains of effects; The time-based pedals go through the effects loop, and the wah and overdrive pedal feed directly into the amp's input. This leaves me with a number of cables exiting the pedalboard. My goal was to build a board with a removable hinged cover to make it easy to cart around and and to have all the cables connect off of the right side of the board to keep the my stage space clean.

    I had enough scrap wood lying around for the box, so I ended up shelling out only about $15 for the latches and hinges. The handle came from an old Peavey amp.







    A two tiered board is essential for me. I don't want to have to carefully reach my toe over the front row of pedals in order to hit a pedal in the back row. Having the second row raised makes hitting the box a lot easier. They call these stomp boxes for a reason! There are 9V and 18V power supplies mounted under the upper tier.






    Using two Fulldrives gives me all the distortion options I could possibly want. One of the Fulldrives is set to CompCut, so it acts as an overdrive or boost. I use this for a crunchy edge or volume boost. The other one is set on "Vintage" which gives me a creamy distortion.

    In case I happen to use an amp that doesn't have an effects loop, I can run a jumper between the "To Amp" and "Effects In" jacks and connect the "Effects Out" to the amp, thereby linking all of the effects in series.

    The "Guitar In" jacks are connected in parallel. I use the extra jack to link to a Digitech Vocalist harmonizer.

    It wasn't really part of the plan, but I found that the cover makes a nice riser and tilt-back for my amp.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Here's my entire pedal board. Its kind of complicated, but I need all of this stuff to get "my" sound.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Here's mine:



    Signal goes Relay G50 wireless (Polytune on tuner out) --> heavily modded Dunlop wah --> Turbo Rat clone --> Tube Screamer clone --> triboost set to clean boost --> analog chorus --> phaser --> analog delay --> ping pong digital delay --> acoustic sim.

    Except for the Boss pedals they are all BYOC kits I built and tweaked myself.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by bigsby'd View Post
    Here's my entire pedal board. Its kind of complicated, but I need all of this stuff to get "my" sound.
    What the hell is this? Never seen it before!
    - 2006 Les Paul Historic R4 Oxblood
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  9. #169
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Its a Bigsby volume/tone pedal. The volume pedal works normally, but the top swivels side to side and has a passive tone control. Fender had the same set up, but much later. I have a few of these.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by DANELECTRO View Post
    I've been thinking about building a new pedalboard for the last year or so and finally got around to it last weekend...
    Excellent design (very clean and simple). I have the same options (separate loop for amp F/X loop or a jump to run all in front of amp) and love it... all pedalboards should have this option IMO.
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Here's mine:


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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    It's changed a bit since this photo, but here ya go:


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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by cooljuk View Post
    It's changed a bit since this photo, but here ya go:

    Hey, I have a Musket & Carbon Copy on my board.

    The Musket sounds great, but at age 41 I might finally be growing out of Big Muff's.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by sonar View Post
    ... but at age 41 I might finally be growing out of Big Muff's.
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    I mounted my stuff in the lid of an old Fender pedal steel case. Works real nice and kinda has a vintage vibe going for it.

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    Fx Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by style0 View Post
    I mounted my stuff in the lid of an old Fender pedal steel case. Works real nice and kinda has a vintage vibe going for it.

    ...
    looks like a really nice Rock'n'Roll board... very cool...

    PIT...

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Updated below.
    Last edited by jakey; 12-05-10 at 11:55 AM. Reason: Updated below

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!



    TU-2 -> Tone Press -> Ultimate Octave -> FD2 FM -> Sahashrara OD -> Mini Deja Vibe -> Box of Rock
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Some changes on it.


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    Fx Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    very cool and professional board... there is a lot going on on it... ...seen it today at some place else... ...but you might recon mine, too...

    Modded mine yesterday a bit... I relocated the Leslie-16-switch and the tuner. So I gained space for two more pedals... ...relocated the BOSS reverb pedal and added the BOSS Chorus and the MRX phaser...



    Greetings
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    OK, here's the latest version of my main playing gear...

    I have 2 pedalboards. The first one shown below is kept at church and used with either my Strat or C-356 and my Egnater Tweaker amp.
    Everything is run in front of the amp for this smaller setup. The second board is my home/recording board (a heavy back breaker beast).
    It utilizes the amp's F/X send/return loop for the modulation and time-based effects (but this can be bypassed if I ever need to run
    everything in front of the amp). I also love the Tweaker with this setup.

    I keep my amp set clean (USA, Vintage, Clean, Bright, Deep) with the Gain at 9 o'clock and the Treble/Mid/Bass/Master Volume to taste.
    I find this is a wonderful combination that lets me go from Fender cleans to as much Marshally crunch, etc. (love the Crunch Box).
    The amp is kept off the floor on a tilt-back stand and is mic'd slightly off-axis of the center of the cone.

    Praise Band setup:



    Recording setup:

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by DANELECTRO View Post
    I have to consider to copy this....

    Thanks!
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Good threads should never die. Here's my first pedalboard in 20 years. Never was much of a pedal user, but I've aquired some I cant do without.



    Dunlop Dime Custom wah DB_02
    TC Polytune
    MXR Smartgate
    Switchdoctor channel switcher

    Been thinking about replacing the Crybaby with a Chi-wah-wah pedal so it'd mount on my pedaltrain nano, roughly the size of a Boss pedal



    "As with ANY instrument in a scenario like this....if you can hear it fine without reinforcement, it doesn't need to be in the PA..."

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    My PT Nano almost complete, gonna wire and fasten in the power stuff tomorrow. Chose to keep it simple, 1Spot and daisy chain cables.



    "As with ANY instrument in a scenario like this....if you can hear it fine without reinforcement, it doesn't need to be in the PA..."

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  26. #186

    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Thought I'd add my new layout to this thread since I got a load of new stuff.

    Diago Gigman board, Memory Toy, Boss Super Chorus, 1-Spot power supply are all new, with the Rocktron Banshee, Boss tuner, Phase 90 and Dunlop wah carried over from the old board.

    All linked together with Planet Waves.


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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Here's mine. The GE-7 usually sits on top of the amp and runs through the serial loop. The other time based effects run through the parallel loop.


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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

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    I just don'tget it with those buckets!!! Here is my pedals without board , back to basic but terribly efficient ; Analog Dad is no Fake but a true Tribute to Mike Piera (with a little help from Dan's trade secrets!)

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    I'm not a pro, but I like to sound good at jams and open mics...
    Gibson guitar into a TU-2, '80 JEN CryBaby Super, '85 DS-1, '82 TS-9, '75 MXR Phase 90, '82 CS-9 (stereo chorus), '80s Arion analog delay, newish volume pedal, into a '78 Traynor YGM-3. Excuse the cheap cables, it's a work in progress.

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    My main board right now



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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    here's mine...

    guitar: LP Jr57 or Tele 66 or Strat 66
    • Vox Wah
    • Turbo Tuner
    • Sunface
    • EP booster (for clean sounds with Fenders)
    • OCD (low settting)
    • Sole Mate Jr Reverb
    • EP Booster (for lead boost)

    to Fender Brown Super 1962 with Weber speakers (10F125 and 10F150)
    will try a paisley OD before the OCD for fattening fender sounds, had a vintage TS808 here but too much mids...
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    here's mine:
    Equipment:
    1929 Gibson L-00
    1994 Fender Standard Stratocaster
    2006 Gibson Les Paul Vintage Mahogany
    2011 Chris Mitchell Wallace Acoustic
    2012 Chris Mitchell Ashlee USA (LP copy)
    U.S.A made Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Currently this...

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    I found this pic laying around.

    Fender 62 RI Strat (Sunburst) Van Zandt and Fralin pickups
    Gibson '54 Les Paul Historic (Goldtop darkback) Thobak Pickups
    Fender '59 Thin Skin RI Strat (Vintage White) Duncan Antiquity pickups
    Gibson Songbird Deluxe (Antique Natural)
    Gibson J-45 Custom (Tobacco Sunburst)
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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    Quote Originally Posted by misterdistortion View Post
    Currently this...


    Hey we've got the same delay pedal, both missing the battery covers...

    "...this thing is a destroyer of planets, a tonal doom-bringer, a wooden warrior from another dimension." Frutiger

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    ive got a pretty complicated set up going on here. a boss tuner, a crybaby, and a catalinbread dirty little secret(great pedal but i dont use it that much)

    2009 r8 -> pedals -> cranked 50w plexi = my tone (which is amazing, haha)

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    I have made some changes, this is my current setup



    Turbotuner>Clyde Deluxe Wah>Rothwell Hellbender>Catalinbread RAH>Wampler Pinnacle Deluxe>TC Vortex Flanger>MXR Chorus>Malekko Phase>Dr Scientist Tremelo>Nova Repeater>TC Hall of Fame

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    Re: Let's See Your Pedalboard!

    How's this for complex? I sometimes go so far as to add a boost.


    Nothing like my Les Paul cranked "WFO" through my Carmen Ghia...

    2003 R9 (Iced Tea)
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    ThroBak Overdrive/Boost
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    Planet Waves TRU-Strobe

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