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    ^ Yellow Phase 90?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB_From_Hell View Post
    ^ Yellow Phase 90?
    Itís orange in real life
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    what is that in the center of the board?
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    It’s a patch panel. He can plug in jumper cables and insert new effects or re-route that are already in place.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    This is what my organ board looks like.


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    Latest configuration of the big board!


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    I'm considering purchasing a tuner. The Boss TU-3W comes to mind...
    Also, do you know which power supply, brick, Zuma, whatever would be cool to power all these pedals at once, making space for at least 2-3 future pedals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OsvyRock View Post


    I'm considering purchasing a tuner. The Boss TU-3W comes to mind...
    Also, do you know which power supply, brick, Zuma, whatever would be cool to power all these pedals at once, making space for at least 2-3 future pedals?
    I personally use the Truetone cs7 and Iím very happy. You could have something even smaller like the Mini ISO Brick or the Cioks Adam of r DC5 (that I used to own) since those 3 look daisy-chainable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blille View Post
    I personally use the Truetone cs7 and I’m very happy. You could have something even smaller like the Mini ISO Brick or the Cioks Adam of r DC5 (that I used to own) since those 3 look daisy-chainable.
    I see amazing reviews for the Trueton 1 Spot Pro CS7. The Dunlop ISO Brick has been on my sight for a while, but I'm worried about noise, interference, and all that stuff. That's why I wrote about the ZUMA, but if I could get an amazing one at a great price. I'm actually plugging all the factory 9v power supplies to each one of them. I have to connect three cables at the moment. Wouldn't it would be nice to just plug one in, and we're ready to rock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OsvyRock View Post
    I see amazing reviews for the Trueton 1 Spot Pro CS7. The Dunlop ISO Brick has been on my sight for a while, but I'm worried about noise, interference, and all that stuff. That's why I wrote about the ZUMA, but if I could get an amazing one at a great price. I'm actually plugging all the factory 9v power supplies to each one of them. I have to connect three cables at the moment. Wouldn't it would be nice to just plug one in, and we're ready to rock?
    Those three pedals are analog so you should be fine daisy chaining them.

    Iíve never used a Zuma but itís got great reviews. Itís designed for pedals that use a LOT of power (500ma)like the big sky or timeline. A bit overkill for most applications but of course we donít k ow what else you want to put there

    There are several Dunlop / MXR bricks. One is not isolated (DC Brick) the other two are isolated: iso-brick and mini-iso which I think could be a good fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blille View Post
    Those three pedals are analog so you should be fine daisy chaining them.

    I’ve never used a Zuma but it’s got great reviews. It’s designed for pedals that use a LOT of power (500ma)like the big sky or timeline. A bit overkill for most applications but of course we don’t k ow what else you want to put there

    There are several Dunlop / MXR bricks. One is not isolated (DC Brick) the other two are isolated: iso-brick and mini-iso which I think could be a good fit.
    A BOSS TU-3W is definitely on plans. In my over 11 years live careers I never used or needed one, but I definitely would prefer one for my electric show comeback.
    I have been playing acoustic for the past 5 years. Only 4 electric shows in that time frame, but many want me to return to electric shows. Let's see if it happens this year.

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    It looks like this now but probably will change by the end of the day. I'm picking up a Boss MD-500.
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    Got everything off my old board and there's just enough room for what I want!

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