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    Default One step closer to pedalboard greatness

    I still need a dyna comp, a marshall shred master, a fender phaser, the fulltone deja vibe... etc snotty stuff.

    whats your board looking like?

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    Default Re: One step closer to pedalboard greatness

    what kind of board is that? looks like just what I need...


    Also, I'm still doin the EB VPjr-korg ***** plack-crybaby-ts9-cathedral, but i'm lookin to add:

    another dirt pedal (maybe OG marshall guv'nor)
    digitech jamman
    possibly digitech harmonyman or 2 other pedals
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    its a pedal train pro.

    i dont recommend the jam man. i have one at work... that isnt working.

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    Default Re: One step closer to pedalboard greatness

    mine has shrunk down to one pedal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibson175 View Post
    mine has shrunk down to one pedal.
    Metal Zone?

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    I use one Zoom 9.2tt multi-FX unit...it gives me everything I want for now. If I ever want to add more it has send and return loop, so I can use that.

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    That's an awful lot of pedals, bet it sound cool though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrozombie View Post
    its a pedal train pro.

    i dont recommend the jam man. i have one at work... that isnt working.
    russian circles and boris both use em...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratherdashing View Post
    Metal Zone?
    nah! metal core all the way! lol metal zones are for pussies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astrozombie View Post
    i dont recommend the jam man. i have one at work... that isnt working.
    Do you know what is wrong with it?

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    I reckon I need a PTPro. I am in the midst of rethinking my entire approach. Geting rid of many of my old pedals and adding some I never even thought about B4. Nice Rig Astro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gibson175 View Post
    nah! metal core all the way! lol metal zones are for pussies.
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    metal zones are for pussies.

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    hahaha

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    Where's your Freeze, AZ?
    I am so close to retirement that I could play in a band full time. All I have to do is improve my playing, learn some songs, and find some other musicians more talented than me who will do exactly as they're told. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibson175 View Post
    nah! metal core all the way! lol metal zones are for pussies.
    im suprised you didnt say Grunge pedal..
    Believe me when I say that some of the most amazing music in history was made on equipment that's not as good as what you own right now.

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    Pretty awesome board, man. I dig it.

    Is that a volume or a wah on the right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kam View Post
    Pretty awesome board, man. I dig it.

    Is that a volume or a wah on the right?
    It's a Crybaby. I'd like a volume pedal, I do some swells on this new song... it's not hard to do with my volume knob but I feel like it would be more freeing to just play away and do it all with my foot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lazarus1140 View Post
    Where's your Freeze, AZ?
    A man after my own heart. The idea was to pick up some pedals I thought esential to what I wanted to do as fast as I could, then pickup my "luxury" (read: not needed) pedals by saving up for them, as opposed to mindless spending.

    Quote Originally Posted by MetalManiac View Post
    I reckon I need a PTPro. I am in the midst of rethinking my entire approach. Geting rid of many of my old pedals and adding some I never even thought about B4. Nice Rig Astro.
    You really do. My bassist bought the PT3... and I havent told him what I really think about it, but he knows: he needs something bigger.

    I'm posting a picture at the bottom.

    Quote Originally Posted by guitarrob View Post
    Do you know what is wrong with it?
    As far as functioning: it does. it plays and records fine... but theres no volume. I have to crank the pedal and crank the amp to get what sounds like a quiet lo fi version of the loop.

    Quote Originally Posted by drew_half_empty View Post
    russian circles and boris both use em...
    I'd recommend the line 6 DL4 for looping. My giga delay has a GREAT looper, dont get me wrong, but the DL4 has four buttons that you can use in loop mode

    the left most button records. press it to record... and let go to start playback.

    the next one towards the right is the play button.

    the next one plays your loop ONCE.

    the last one is a half speed button. if you press it during a loop, it will play at half speed and drop in pitch accordingly... the thing is, the DL4 has 14 seconds of looping, but if you keep the half speed on, you can record 28 seconds, in that case pressing that button plays your loop at double speed with the pitch higher as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bludave View Post
    That's an awful lot of pedals, bet it sound cool though!
    ...sometimes. I know I don't have a lot of boutique-y pedals, but I like what I have. I bought what I knew I wanted to HEAR, not see on my board. I have the SD-1 on there because I found out that The Edge used it to give his dotted eights some edge. I also heard Zakk Wylde rave about it, as well as some of my other favorite musicans, like Robert Smith.

    I got the DS-2 and Small Clone on there cause... you know... 90s alt rock anthems man. I'm a fan boy.

    and so on. there isnt really stuff id like to get rid of (save for the clone theory which I use for vibe).

    Quote Originally Posted by ratherdashing View Post
    Metal Zone?
    (edit: I of course caught the joke! )

    I almost got one. of course, I didnt accept it in a trade, though later on my bassist said "you should have gotten it and have it on your board just to mess with people.

    -whats that cool distortion?

    oh i use a metal zone...

    and whats really on is the Muff.


    this is my bassist's board, for size comparision. this is the one before my PT pro, which is the , largest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astrozombie View Post
    I'd recommend the line 6 DL4 for looping. My giga delay has a GREAT looper, dont get me wrong, but the DL4 has four buttons that you can use in loop mode
    yeahhh but it'd be nice to be able to record rhythms for jazz tunes and practice with em--it'd save me the trouble of pirating aebersold
    Quote Originally Posted by gibson175 View Post
    metal zones are for pussies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew_half_empty View Post
    yeahhh but it'd be nice to be able to record rhythms for jazz tunes and practice with em--it'd save me the trouble of pirating aebersold
    you dont think you can record the rhythms with the DL4.... ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by astrozombie View Post
    I still need a dyna comp, a marshall shred master, a fender phaser, the fulltone deja vibe... etc snotty stuff.

    whats your board looking like?

    I'm going use the same remark you made on mine before, "looks good minus all those BOSS pedals..." hahahaha

    No, seriously nice board.
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