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    This is my bass rig. Bamboo chopping board velcroed up on one side, with rubber feet on the other. Tuner, and DIY bass pedal with compressor, fuzz, and NE-1 bass preamp (all on vero) with balanced XLR and mono 1/4 outputs. All powered by a Joyo JMP-01 pedal battery thing.
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    In the middle of building this one...routing power now, then will tackle patch cables.

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    In the middle of building this one...routing power now, then will tackle patch cables.
    I like the Temple Audio boards but mounting a power supply sucks. It either takes up a ton of real estate up top, or, if you fit one underneath, you lose access to the thumbscrews for the plates for pedals sitting over the power supply. You have to pull the supply to get access. Not a big deal if you get an oversized board, or if you have your pedal chain all set and don't fiddle with it much or you daisy chain a one spot. But for mounting the isolated supplies, they'd probably have to make the boards a little taller to give some clearance between a supply mounted underneath and the thumbscrew, but if they did that and came up with a fast on-off mounting system for underneath mounted power supplies so you could get to the thumbscrews and move pedals quick, I think they'd have the perfect board.

    Anyway. Cool board.
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    God, I couldn't agree more...first thing I did was remove the center brace underneath and feed that tripp-lite in there, and it became immediately apparent that I couldn't mount any pedals anywhere in the location that the power strip sat. Not only could you not get to the thumb screws...but there wasn't physical room for the thumb screws even if you didn't need to access them. I was considering a smaller option for power, that may give me room for the thumb screws all over...and will probably have to go to that in the future when I go to a loop switcher for the pedals up top, because it will take up the physical space where the giant power strip is now...but its hard to find a power option that will power all the items I need. The thing that's not in that picture up there that needs powered is an Electro-Harmonix Bi-filter, which requres 18VAC - 1000mA. That Pigtronix Envelope Phaser requires 12VAC - 833mA, which is a problem too...I really feel a power strip is the best option for the particular mix of pedals I have, but the Temple Audio board just doesn't accommodate that option very gracefully. Especially after you factor in all the wall-warts that will be stuck to it.

    Up on top like that was the best, cleanest option I could come up with for now. Good thing about the temple audio board, is how easy it is to let it evolve as you change things around. We will see how it goes. Here's a picture of the whole rig I'm powering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarSQUIRELL View Post
    I think you should be a Spokesperson for Mad Professor with all them pedals lol.
    Ha! Man I just really dig them!

    I am currently minus the "1" Pedal, just wasn't getting used but it gets a killer Brown Tone.

    But you now know why I love the Golden Cello so much!

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    My updated board

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    My current pedal board ...

    Still trying to get used to the SD-1, though.

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    This is current my grab n' go pedalboard. Fits smartly in a pedalboard gigbag.;



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    Current pedalboard, I'm still kind of working out the layout and waiting for my power brick mounting kit and some slightly better cables before I stick it all down.
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    Current pedalboard, I'm still kind of working out the layout and waiting for my power brick mounting kit and some slightly better cables before I stick it all down.
    Novo 18 (or is it a 24). I'm not a big pedal guy but I have the 18.
    How is that Iso Brick working out? I posted a question/comment about them a while back. Good price for the capacity assuming that it's quiet and durable. Especially though, I like the small size. Not a huge fan of the wall wart type supply to the brick but if I was still using my Temple Audio board, I would consider one.

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    This is just one of the latest pedal board setups that I am using...
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    Here is an older one!

    But not exactly a pedal board since it is a G-Major and 11 Rack setup...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darg1911 View Post
    Novo 18 (or is it a 24). I'm not a big pedal guy but I have the 18.
    How is that Iso Brick working out? I posted a question/comment about them a while back. Good price for the capacity assuming that it's quiet and durable. Especially though, I like the small size. Not a huge fan of the wall wart type supply to the brick but if I was still using my Temple Audio board, I would consider one.
    Yeah it is the Novo 18, it just worked better with the two micro pedals I have, and pedals seem to sit on it a bit tighter, I like it! The ISO brick is great, it runs my board completely silently. My only small complaint is that I wish the variable power settings weren't there, and just replaced with regular 9v ones. Other than that, it's fantastic.
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    WILLYBOMB, where did you get that wide velcro? All I can find is thin strips at home depot..

    Treyhaislip, Does that 1 pedal deliver the goods on the brown tone? Ive tried a few "brown" pedals and have yet to find one that really nails it..

    Highdeaf1080p, I was about to say what a nice looking board... But looks dont overcome the functional shortcomings.. thats a bummer...
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    I didnt realize I hadn't posted my board since I revamped it. Here is the current version:



    the wah "shelf" pushes in for storage and transport. Here is pushed in:

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyPage View Post
    Yeah it is the Novo 18, it just worked better with the two micro pedals I have, and pedals seem to sit on it a bit tighter, I like it! The ISO brick is great, it runs my board completely silently. My only small complaint is that I wish the variable power settings weren't there, and just replaced with regular 9v ones. Other than that, it's fantastic.
    Cool. Thanks. I'll have to keep the MXR in mind if I ever resurrect the Temple board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodRose View Post
    WILLYBOMB, where did you get that wide velcro? All I can find is thin strips at home depot..

    Treyhaislip, Does that 1 pedal deliver the goods on the brown tone? Ive tried a few "brown" pedals and have yet to find one that really nails it..

    Highdeaf1080p, I was about to say what a nice looking board... But looks dont overcome the functional shortcomings.. thats a bummer...
    I found the wide 2 inch velcro at my local lowes. Not sure where he found it.
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    Don't have an actual pedalboard but heres my setup....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodRose View Post
    WILLYBOMB, where did you get that wide velcro? All I can find is thin strips at home depot..
    Treyhaislip, Does that 1 pedal deliver the goods on the brown tone? Ive tried a few "brown" pedals and have yet to find one that really nails it..

    Highdeaf1080p, I was about to say what a nice looking board... But looks dont overcome the functional shortcomings.. thats a bummer...
    Amazon is great ... if you have Prime.

    I'm not sure if this is what's on my current board but I've used it before and, if I recall, it's worked well. I hope anyway, because I have a spare box of it. Expensive here. I think I paid closer to 15 bucks.

    http://www.amazon.com/VELCRO-Industr...=2+inch+velcro

    Found this generic stuff. Much cheaper. 1/2 the price after shipping. Not many reviews but they are all positive.

    http://www.amazon.com/BlueDot-Tradin...=2+inch+velcro

    Edit. There's this one too. I think this actually may be the one that's on my board and pedals now.

    http://www.amazon.com/Adhesive-Velcr...words=2+velcro
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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarSQUIRELL View Post
    I found the wide 2 inch velcro at my local lowes. Not sure where he found it.
    thanks!!
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