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Discussion in 'Tone Zone' started by Sustainamaniac, Jan 24, 2015.
bump & update....
still have the VOX, though this is what I use now
This is all I really use anymore. No board required.
Wasn't there a more recent thread on pedalboards? I remember replying to it.
This is all I need...
Well, until I could afford the GT-1000.
What I use these days, works for me.
Loop jacks (left) Power input (covered right)
Guitar input (chrome) board output black
Signal path from the input jack is (top shelf small section) Korg Pitchblack tuner > Outlaw Effects Wrangler Compressor > Danelectro Billion Dollar Boost > (bottom shelf) Morley Bad Horsie wah wah> Mooer Ninety Orange phaser (the position is supposedly an EVH thing) > Danelectro Cool Cat Drive (CD-1) V.1 > Danelectro Daddy-O > Danelectro Fab Tone > Danelectro Cool Cat Tremolo (CT-1) > (top shelf) Monoprice Flanger > Danelectro Cool Cat Chorus (18v) > Danelectro Cool Cat Chorus (CC-1) > Danelectro DanEcho > DigiTech Hardwire DL-8 delay/ looper > DigiTech DigiVerb > output.
Link in sig.
I've come a long way from my previous literal boards, now have two FIX boards loaded with some nice stuff. Still running off One Spots for now but I'm probably gonna try a power supply soon, both boards have space for one.
clockwise on top board- Fulltone 2B, Morley JD 10, Supro drive, Malekko Spring Chicken, Hardwire Trem, Hardwire Delay, Keeley Memphis Sun and Boss RC2
Clockwise bottom board- Nocturne Atomic Brain, Landgraf Rat clone, Mahoney Fuzztite, Red witch Fuzzgod 2, Fulltone Clyde Deluxe (on table), Boss OC3, Ibanez AD9, Keeley Mag Echo.
It's been an evolution...
Peak Pedal Nerd:
And here's what I'm using today, much more simple yet super-flexible.
I sold off almost all of my pedals and bought a couple of nice guitars.
Wow. That's one hell of a configuration. Especially the tuner on the side.
How do you operate that thing during a performance without doing a tap dance?
It's no problem. It feeds a Wet/Dry rig with the Fender amp dry and (currently) the Marshall amp wet. Only one or two pedals at a time are in use in each bank. The pedals feeding the Marshall go into the effects loop, allowing a single switch on the Marshall switch to turn them all on or off as needed. The drive pedals on the lower bank feed both amps and are easy enough to reach.