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    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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    GuitarGuy503, what is that switcher you have there?
    Looks like you can switch to one of 2 or 3 loops, or loop through more that one loop, or bypass the loops and go strait to the amp, or kill everything and go to the tuner?
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    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.
    So TimmyPage, what don't you like about the variable power settings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by J E C View Post
    GuitarGuy503, what is that switcher you have there?
    Looks like you can switch to one of 2 or 3 loops, or loop through more that one loop, or bypass the loops and go strait to the amp, or kill everything and go to the tuner?
    It's a Loopmaster Clean/Dirty Switcher. Left to right is tuner out, channel toggle with an effects loops attached to both the clean and dirty channel, effects loop combine, and line polarity which basically flips the effects loops around so you can use an effect when it's not in the right loop. I also have a master bypass but it's on the back of the switcher. I use effects on the clean channel only.
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    This is my rig atm. Goes from the G50 wireless to my board, then to my amp.
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    Will not buy anything new for a long while


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    FINALLY got my board finished. Thanks to everyone who posted pictures of their board. It helped making some of the decisions for my board.
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    Long overdue posting this one:





    Loving the 3M Dual Lock. I should have bought that stuff years ago.

    Signal is pretty simple, but I dig it (my amps have reverb and trem so I don't need much):

    Front Loop -> LD-1 Buffer -> Mesa Flux Five -> ST200 Tuner
    FX Loop -> Cornish CC-1 -> Maxon AD999 -> Boomerang III

    The FX router I built (details in another thread) combines the 2 loops when not using an FX loop automatically without having to re-patch anything.

    The Mulder Audio cables and Cornish buffering really keeps things punchy and clear even with decently long instrument cables (15').
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    Just set up a simple pedaltrain classic. TC polytune, Pigtronix Philosopher's Tone, Ibanez TLWd7 wah, Tech 21 Flyrig, Joyo tremolo....TRex Fueltank Chameleon power...****ty temp connector cables

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarSQUIRELL View Post
    FINALLY got my board finished. Thanks to everyone who posted pictures of their board. It helped making some of the decisions for my board.
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    Wow! I knew David Hasselhoff was big in Germany as a singer, but didnt know he had a sig pedal. HOF.. haha

    Cool board! nice wire routing...
    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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    Edit: Board in progress... Will post updated shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by That90'sGuy View Post
    Mulder Audio cables
    Did Fox Mulder from the X Files start making audio cables?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarFanatic View Post
    Did Fox Mulder from the X Files start making audio cables?
    Well, they are out of this world!
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    Quote Originally Posted by That90'sGuy View Post
    Well, they are out of this world!
    Lol. I'm sure Scully has her own rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cvansickle View Post
    That is cool how the tuner is "integrated" into that ..
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by That90'sGuy View Post
    Long overdue posting this one:





    Loving the 3M Dual Lock. I should have bought that stuff years ago.

    Signal is pretty simple, but I dig it (my amps have reverb and trem so I don't need much):

    Front Loop -> LD-1 Buffer -> Mesa Flux Five -> ST200 Tuner
    FX Loop -> Cornish CC-1 -> Maxon AD999 -> Boomerang III

    The FX router I built (details in another thread) combines the 2 loops when not using an FX loop automatically without having to re-patch anything.

    The Mulder Audio cables and Cornish buffering really keeps things punchy and clear even with decently long instrument cables (15').
    Thats a great idea labeling the inputs on the power supply . I wish Id have done that. I had to redo one of mine and it was a nightmare trying to figure which cable went to which pedal. Especially cuz I have those plastic sheaths (cant think of the proper name right now) that have the split in the side and you put all the wires inside them.. Anyhow, was alot of work to try to figure which was which.
    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.

    Jol Dantzig

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnthomas View Post
    Just set up a simple pedaltrain classic. TC polytune, Pigtronix Philosopher's Tone, Ibanez TLWd7 wah, Tech 21 Flyrig, Joyo tremolo....TRex Fueltank Chameleon power...****ty temp connector cables

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodRose View Post
    Thats a great idea labeling the inputs on the power supply . I wish Id have done that. I had to redo one of mine and it was a nightmare trying to figure which cable went to which pedal. Especially cuz I have those plastic sheaths (cant think of the proper name right now) that have the split in the side and you put all the wires inside them.. Anyhow, was alot of work to try to figure which was which.
    I did too! I bolted my Pedal Power 4x4 on, then thought "how the heck do I know which output is which?"

    Mine is less refined, duct tape and sharpie....
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