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    Bri I freaking love it.

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    I really tried to make the Univibe work for me, but I ended up trying to fake the sound of a script Phase 90 about 95% of the time. I also really missed the volume pedal on the input of my old board; I got too used to riding the volume with my foot instead of messing with the guitar controls. The problem was that I didn't have any more power supply outputs for the Phase 90, so something had to give. It turns out that my buddy's shop getting a Strymon Flint was exactly what I needed. In a bit of a cruel trick of fate I ended up daisy-chaining the switcher LEDs off of the tuner while re-wiring, so now I actually have an empty output on the power supply.

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    The board is a Holeyboard Evolution Wide; power courtesy of a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Mondo.
    Signal flow is set up to mimic a two-amp rig I had briefly in the mid 2000s.

    Guitar -> EB Volume -> Wah -> EVH Phase 90 -> Loop-Master Clean/Dirty/Channel Switcher™ w/Combinable Loops & Tuner Out
    Clean: MIJ CS-3 -> GT-500 -> CE-2 -> Flint
    Dirty: Tumnus -> UFO (fuzz / octave) -> Micro Flanger -> MIJ DD-3 (~300ms)
    Tuner: Korg Pitchblack Portable

    The signal and switch outputs from the Loopmaster go to a junction box hidden under the left end of the riser.

    Original NPBD here, while v2 is here, v3 is here, and v4 is here.
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    And that's probably because most people with electric guitars seem more interested in their own performance rather than the effect on the listener ... in fact i don't think many people who own electric guitars even give a poop about the effect on a listener. Which is why many people play electric guitars but very very few of them are actually musicians.

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    FInally dragged mine home from the rehearsal spot. I have to velcro a bunch of pedals and do some serious cable management. Got to get this functional again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Securb View Post
    FInally dragged mine home from the rehearsal spot. I have to velcro a bunch of pedals and do some serious cable management. Got to get this functional again.
    Cable management is bittersweet The initial setup is fun and exciting, but maintenance absolutely sucks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BriGuy1968 View Post
    Cable management is bittersweet The initial setup is fun and exciting, but maintenance absolutely sucks!


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    You put so much effort in, then a couple changes and it’s a rats nest again. Entropy at its finest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PFDarkside View Post
    You put so much effort in, then a couple changes and it’s a rats nest again. Entropy at its finest.
    Yup. One of the benefits of using a loop switcher, I guess.
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    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ujw45jke7p...13925.jpg?dl=0

    Simple but works great!

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    Cry Baby wah with vocal, mid and true bypass mod. Also replaced the pot to a 100k icar and put a bright led in the front.

    All the others are stock. Works just fine for me!Click image for larger version. 

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    I rearranged the placement of the pedals a while back (never buy the SKB velcro rack drawer, pedals don't stick to it very well. I ended up getting a sturdy pull out shelf and Dual Lock - so much better) but the pedals themselves are the same.

    Guitar -> Wireless unit -> Voodoo Labs GCX -> Crybaby Rack -> Green Rhino -> 80's RAT -> Boss HM2 -> Splawn Nitro -> FX Out -> Fortin Zuul -> Chase Bliss Wombtone -> Chase Bliss Spectre -> Chase Bliss Tonal Recall -> Korg Rack Tuner -> FX Return.

    Everything is controlled by a Voodoo Labs Ground Control Pro. I've actually got a Voodoo Labs control switcher in the rack, and that will let me control my footswitchable amp functions via MIDI as well, but I haven't hooked that up. Additionally, I've got a little unit that will let me control the Chase Bliss pedals via midi as well, but again, I haven't hooked that up yet. Yeah, I'm lazy. Also worth noting - the Fortin Zuul gets an input direct of the dry guitar signal from the GCX. This is used to properly trigger the noise gate only when needed.

    Here's a picture of the whole rack. The 2u drawer at the bottom holds all of the cables I need for my rig.

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    Latest update to my big board. Still a work in progress.


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    Working on building the actual board.
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    My pedalboard for bass. Built-in power supply and 12500mah battery, both in the board itself. Super light and last for 2 gigs (maybe more) without recharging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donaldr View Post
    My pedalboard for bass. Built-in power supply and 12500mah battery, both in the board itself. Super light and last for 2 gigs (maybe more) without recharging.
    That is epic. I've seen a few guys use the rechargable battery packs, which I think is a great idea myself. This takes it to another level.

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    ^Looks great. I've been planning adding a battery pack for my mini board, but options have been bit scarce. Mooer power amp needs + 2A output, and many manufacturers don't seem to add info about max. output, or it's not enough for all the pedals.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    I use the latest Volto to power my mini-board, underneath a Pedaltrain Nano, and I can get 4 or 5 gigs out of it. That Nomad board looks really cool.


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

    The beauty about the Nomad is that everything is within the pedalboard frame itself. There's no power supply box and no battery box hanging under.

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

    Last week I bought my first Seymour Duncan pedal: Vapor Trail

    I need to make review about it when I have time to focus. Right now I just say the wet fx-loop function is brilliant, and now I have problem, because the pedal I want in that loop doesn't fit the board...

    EDIT: I would have posted a picture for a mental tetris, but I don't have one right now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacew View Post
    Last week I bought my first Seymour Duncan pedal: Vapor Trail

    I need to make review about it when I have time to focus. Right now I just say the wet fx-loop function is brilliant, and now I have problem, because the pedal I want in that loop doesn't fit the board...

    EDIT: I would have posted a picture for a mental tetris, but I don't have one right now...
    I really, REALLY hope SD eventually releases a v2 of that with a tap tempo switch. You can get both of those features in the DOD rubber neck, but the build quality of that pedal is iffy at best.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    im curious how they work the analog delay with tap tempo. duncan did it on the deja vu but i dont believe the signal path was 100% analog (as opposed to the analogman ardx)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy View Post
    im curious how they work the analog delay with tap tempo. duncan did it on the deja vu but i dont believe the signal path was 100% analog (as opposed to the analogman ardx)
    Wasn't that a digital delay?

    Yeah, I'm curious myself. MXR, Chase Bliss and Stone Deaf have similar offerings. No idea how they do it.
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    Default Re: Lets see those pedal boards you are using right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacew View Post
    Last week I bought my first Seymour Duncan pedal: Vapor Trail

    I need to make review about it when I have time to focus. Right now I just say the wet fx-loop function is brilliant, and now I have problem, because the pedal I want in that loop doesn't fit the board...

    EDIT: I would have posted a picture for a mental tetris, but I don't have one right now...
    Ive got a few Duncan pedals now.
    Silver Lake, Andromeda, 805 and the Vise Grip....all of them are outstanding pedals.

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