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  • Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

    It’s time to start assembling a small(er) board since I tore apart my Pedaltrain Mini when I was building my big board.

    First step, assemble the candidates. These are my A-Team of pedals, let’s start whittling away. I have an idea where I’ll end up, but let’s give them all a shot.

    Also, I’ve been interested in a Mobius for like four years, I finally pulled the trigger on an extremely underpriced one. It really is a great pedal, I think it can replace my Modulation pedals for doing the band thing.

    Oh no.....


    Oh Yeah!

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    Re: Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

    Wow, some serious horsepower there.


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      Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
      Itís time to start assembling a small(er) board since I tore apart my Pedaltrain Mini when I was building my big board.

      First step, assemble the candidates. These are my A-Team of pedals, letís start whittling away. I have an idea where Iíll end up, but letís give them all a shot.

      Also, Iíve been interested in a Mobius for like four years, I finally pulled the trigger on an extremely underpriced one. It really is a great pedal, I think it can replace my Modulation pedals for doing the band thing.

      Do you preset or are you an in-the-moment tap-dancer?


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        Some great pedals there. I would love a few hours with that top row.

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          Re: Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

          Originally posted by VinceT View Post
          Do you preset or are you an in-the-moment tap-dancer?


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          The Pedaltrain Mini was tap dancing, but I’m thinking MIDI enabled switcher for this one.

          I’m thinking 4 drives/Fuzzes and the two big Strymons. Previously it was the Pinnacle, FD2 and a Fuzz, I want to try them all together to see what stacks best. Also, I had extra pedals before and after the Mini, I want a little bigger board so it all fits. I keep playing with Pedalboard Planner and Pedal Playground, I’d love if I could get it all on a Metro 24!
          Oh no.....


          Oh Yeah!

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            Re: Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

            Beautiful collection. Please make sure we get to hear it!
            Why don't you take your little Cobra Kais and get outta here?!
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              Re: Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

              Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
              The Pedaltrain Mini was tap dancing, but Iím thinking MIDI enabled switcher for this one.

              Iím thinking 4 drives/Fuzzes and the two big Strymons. Previously it was the Pinnacle, FD2 and a Fuzz, I want to try them all together to see what stacks best. Also, I had extra pedals before and after the Mini, I want a little bigger board so it all fits. I keep playing with Pedalboard Planner and Pedal Playground, Iíd love if I could get it all on a Metro 24!
              Yup, my reason for asking was about the midi capabilities and presets of the Strymonís.

              I think the D&M Drive is definitely high on the list because you can split it with a switcher AND switch the order via your looper.


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                Re: Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

                Originally posted by Blille View Post
                Wow, some serious horsepower there.
                Originally posted by Swampy View Post
                Some great pedals there. I would love a few hours with that top row.
                Originally posted by TwilightOdyssey View Post
                Beautiful collection. Please make sure we get to hear it!
                Thanks guys, I am very fortunate. A lot of selling and trading to get here.


                Originally posted by VinceT View Post
                Yup, my reason for asking was about the midi capabilities and presets of the Strymon’s.

                I think the D&M Drive is definitely high on the list because you can split it with a switcher AND switch the order via your looper.
                I’m torn, I absolutely love the Boost side of the D&M, but I’m liking the Pinnacle better than the Drive side. I also like the Pinnacle better than the SL. Also, I don’t really need the switching with MIDI, most songs are two simultaneous changes at once, but it’s an awesome luxury. I think I do want a switcher though, I could tell I was losing signal with my previous board. Something like an ES-5 can be found used at pretty reasonable prices.
                Oh no.....


                Oh Yeah!

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                  Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
                  Thanks guys, I am very fortunate. A lot of selling and trading to get here.



                  Iím torn, I absolutely love the Boost side of the D&M, but Iím liking the Pinnacle better than the Drive side. I also like the Pinnacle better than the SL. Also, I donít really need the switching with MIDI, most songs are two simultaneous changes at once, but itís an awesome luxury. I think I do want a switcher though, I could tell I was losing signal with my previous board. Something like an ES-5 can be found used at pretty reasonable prices.
                  For switching, I use a Build Your Own Clone Super8. Itís compact and well featured for its price point. Canít complain about tone/circuit, it does just whatís described. Worth a look. I have built several BYOC pedals, but decided to buy the Super8 premade, just for confidenceís sake. Might be worth a look.


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                    Re: Time to start assembling a new Pedalboard... (also NPD)

                    Wow! That would be a blast to play with. I could probably get by with just a few of them, but those are all too nice not to use.
                    Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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