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

    the vise grip is analog, the deja vu had both. you could blend between 100% analog and 100% digital. very cool pedal

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

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

    I just swapped out my DIY Stratoblaster in favor of the Mooer Yellow Comp. I'm working up material for a casual little Police/Pretenders project, and figured I need a compressor on the board. The Yellow Comp does wonders for my Hamer Sunburst when I'm copping jangley James Honeyman-Scott stuff like "Brass In Pocket".

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

    They all fit on the board, don’t they?

    Looks like there’s something missing. But here’s how I use this board: I use one or two pedals at a time, taking them to the room where the amp is and plugging them in with a One Spot.

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    Re-did my board today
    Recently replaced my old Crybaby Wah with a 535Q. Finally got around to attaching the pedals and trying to organize everything

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

    How do you like the Sound Tanks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMD View Post
    How do you like the Sound Tanks?
    I like them, they work well and sound good for my use. The switches are starting to be a little intermittent though, as the pedals don't alway come on the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by v8stang289 View Post
    I like them, they work well and sound good for my use. The switches are starting to be a little intermittent though, as the pedals don't alway come on the first time.
    Mine have done the same thing. Good sounding pedals when they work, though.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by stevie_bees View Post


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


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    How do you like the Booster Shot? Seems like a really cool boost

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOnesFang13 View Post
    How do you like the Booster Shot? Seems like a really cool boost
    I like it a lot, and have found that I leave it on more than I turn it off. Usually I only turn it off if I use the phaser, as that has a nice boost to it, and it's just a little too much when they're on together. That being said, the Booster Shot into the 805 then both sides of the Fulldrive gives a wonderful lead tone.


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    Just finished putting this together. Homemade board from leftover wood pieces my dad had laying around and homemade patch bay.

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

    The most basic of my pedal board setups.


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    Ok. My rig has changed a lot. That's my old PRS Custom 22 with Antiquity humbuckers that I've had a long time.

    But I've been playing through a Vox AC30 and a two 12 Matchless cab with a pair of Celestion Alnico 12's from the 60's, and a newish Blackstar Artist with two Celestions. I keep the volume low and clean and my overdrive comes from pedal board.

    I have a TC tuner into a Klon KTR into a Hermida Dover Drive into a Strymon Timeline into a TC Hall of Fame 2 Reverb.

    I use the Klon for more transparent overdrive sounds and the Dover Driver for Eric Johnson style violin tones.

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

    do you stack the drives or always one or the other?

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

    Almost always one or the other. There's a big volume jump when I use both, unless the Klon is set as more of a clean boost. If I set the Klon as a clean boost, then I can drive the Dover Drive with it and they sound great together.
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    The Dover Drive and Klon sound so different from each other that I rarely have both on at the same time.

    The Klon can get a ton of overdrive but it's always transparent and not overly bassy. And it cleans up when I use the guitar's volume control.

    The Dover Drive sounds best set for a warm, fat, slightly fuzzy tone with more bass. Then it gets really close to the sound Eric Johnson gets stacking his Tube Driver and Fuzzface.

    Eric uses a Dover Drive on the small pedal board he brings to clinics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demanic View Post
    The most basic of my pedal board setups.

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    Backup rig left:
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    Newly built, One Control Xenagama, Korg Pitchblack Advanced, Wampler Ego, Fuchs Plush Valve Job, Line 6 HX Stomp, VHT Valvulator and Vox MV50 Clean (that is not being used for now) into Peavey Rockmaster loaded in a Carvin Bel Air cab (amp chassis removed) into a 1969 Fender Bandmaster Reverb head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coma View Post
    Latest iteration
    whats w the red weeping demon?


    NM, just google machined it. didn't know they made a "junior"
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