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    Finally got mine put together

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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by v8stang289 View Post
    Finally got mine put together

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    Clean, simple, effective. I like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harri Georgesson View Post
    Finished this one up this year. Took a while, but it was a labor of love. Attachment 83747
    This board is formidable ...lol...

    at what point do you break a board into two or even three boards?

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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Here's my latest update:



    I replaced my trusty DD-3 and Mooer Ana Echo with the Grand Canyon. Shrinking the Pitchblack tuner down to the "mini" version allowed me to squeeze in one more gain pedal, the DIY Stratoblaster in the industrial black box. The old deck had been through too many iterations, so I made a new one in shiny silver hammertone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_S View Post
    Here's my latest update:


    Is that a safe knob on your DIY pedal? Love that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swampy View Post
    Is that a safe knob on your DIY pedal? Love that.
    It's from a 1970-vintage General Electric 25 HP DC drive. I recently engineering the replacement of the ancient analog drive with a modern digital one for a paper-mill customer. I absconded with three of the knobs before the old drive went in the dumpster.

    I have one knob left, but the machine still has several drives in need of replacement. If the customer decides to spring for new ones this year, I'll make sure I rescue ALL the knobs at the project's end. They are really cool for 1-knob boost pedals.

    You gotta love a big hunk of metal with the numbers cast into it. These days, we just type numbers into a screen instead of turning knobs.

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    He's the pedal board I built today with embedded power distribution. this one is for the other guitarist in my band. We do a lot of fly with our guitars and pedals and have backline provided so small is good

    I have 2 mini boards -one at the amp for mostly full time effects, and one at Stage front for switching. I don't dig the big boards mostly anyways -but I like looking at all ya'llz crazy giant shoulder killing ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NegativeEase View Post
    He's the pedal board I built today with embedded power distribution. this one is for the other guitarist in my band. We do a lot of fly with our guitars and pedals and have backline provided so small is good

    I have 2 mini boards -one at the amp for mostly full time effects, and one at Stage front for switching. I don't dig the big boards mostly anyways -but I like looking at all ya'llz crazy giant shoulder killing ones.

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    Will it, following the recent thread on the topic, feature a chorus pedal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirion View Post
    Will it, following the recent thread on the topic, feature a chorus pedal?
    Ha...... too soon!

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    It'll get there eventually, mark my words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_S View Post
    You gotta love a big hunk of metal with the numbers cast into it. These days, we just type numbers into a screen instead of turning knobs.
    And that’s why we suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Pigbacon View Post
    And that’s why we suck.
    Correction: That's why my job sucks. My pedalboard is all knobs and switches; no blue tooth, no USB, no apps. I seriously considered switching to an MS-3 this time around, but I just couldn't do it. Too much like work.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Post birthday/Christmas pedalboard update.



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    Pedalboard updated with a new pedal.


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    Heres one of mine -this one sits on the AMP or at the side stage -Nothing here is engaged during a song -only between or always on -so spacing isn't as much of a concern. I have a different setup for front of stage which is same size that has a TU-2, MXR CBA, GE-7 and sometimes a Biff Muff etc which are engaged often during songs -They are designed to be small for travel and carry on. -I guess I'm different than most boards posted on here in that I do not like bigger boards with every pedal option -I prefer 1 or 2 much smaller ones because of travel, reliability and on stage confusion if I've have a few beers. Both have redundant power supplies..on the bottom mounted with space to on the fly hang off other pedals -like when I use a B9 pedal on some sets but don't need it on my board. I use the Strymon Ojais due to their size and also I find they are the quietest supply for noisier digital pedals (I'm pointing my finger at your Electro Harmonix! you beautiful noisy people).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_S View Post
    Here's my latest update:



    I replaced my trusty DD-3 and Mooer Ana Echo with the Grand Canyon. Shrinking the Pitchblack tuner down to the "mini" version allowed me to squeeze in one more gain pedal, the DIY Stratoblaster in the industrial black box. The old deck had been through too many iterations, so I made a new one in shiny silver hammertone.
    nice work. This is more up my alley than most boards on here. Organized, spaced, practical, reliable, power not visible where possible. This is board your could actually travel with and get expected results every night. This is Pedal board setup to do what a Pedal Board is intended for.

    Except that Flanger and Chorus,..... Sorry, it's my cross to bear.... it's a character flaw according to Aceman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Noord View Post
    Tell me a little about these "HDtone" mini amps -what, where, why etc....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NegativeEase View Post
    Tell me a little about these "HDtone" mini amps -what, where, why etc....
    That would be Ho Tone. Or Hot One. Or as they pronounce it “Hot Tone”.
    Oh no.....


    Oh Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFDarkside View Post
    That would be Ho Tone. Or Hot One. Or as they pronounce it “Hot Tone”.
    Ha, ok now I can google.

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