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  1. CoreyT

    CoreyT PRS Addiction

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  2. WeFixFlats

    WeFixFlats Respect The Clave

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    This is all we need running into my Vibroking, the amp does the rest...
     
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    WeFixFlats Respect The Clave

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    This is David Grissom's Live Performance Pedalboard, as of 9/9 at the Saxon Pub, Austin, Texas
     
  4. cayle

    cayle New Member

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    Here's mine:

    Half Gainer -> Bogner Ecstasy Blue -> Suhr Riot -> Diamond ML Jr.

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  5. Mike Duncan

    Mike Duncan DGT Club Vice President

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    I've got so many pedals...I should go see someone for professional help.
     
  6. Mike Duncan

    Mike Duncan DGT Club Vice President

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    Those settings on Grissom's El Cap are pretty tame. I wonder what he's got the secondary settings are doing?
     
  7. Asimauve

    Asimauve New Member

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    Busy but all the tools i need !

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  8. WeFixFlats

    WeFixFlats Respect The Clave

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    The Reverb on the amp is turned all the way down and from where I was sitting, there's 'just enough' depth not to sound 'too dry'.
     
  9. nosidamde

    nosidamde Taco Flavored Kisses

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    My current pedalboard setup. The order of the pedal chain and their placement makes it look a little messy with the cables unfortunately.

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    Tremonti Sig -> Line 6 G50 -> Morpheus DropTune -> Morley Tremonti Wah -> T-Rex Tremonti Phaser -> TC Electronic Flashback Delay -> TC Electronic Spark Booster -> Dunlop DVP1 (->TC Electronic Polytune 2) -> Boss NS-2 -> Archon
     
  10. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Looks like a nicely wired board to me!
     
  11. nosidamde

    nosidamde Taco Flavored Kisses

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    Thanks! I have been heavily considering routing the cables (power and patch) through and under the board. Only problem with that is if I want to change things around again it would look pretty bad with the extra holes in the board.
     
  12. Agileguy

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    This board has been in the making for the better part of three years. I finally finished it a few months ago with the DMC6D to control the H9 and the Strymons.

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    Latest one for me:

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  14. vr6corrado

    vr6corrado New Member

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    Yep, it's too heavy

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  15. Danerada

    Danerada Goatee Practitioner

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    Excellent board!

     
  16. Laars

    Laars New Member

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    My pedal board I'm currently using.

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  17. Egads

    Egads Happy

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    The Vibroking is one of my all time favorite amps, but the damn thing is sofa king loud! Running it at noon is glorious, but I haven't been on a stage that could take at much volume in a while (and when I was on a stage like that, I still shouldn't have been that loud). I hope you have the chance to crank that baby.
     
  18. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Super-clean board, Laars! Nice work!

    Heck, it's an amplifier, it's s'posed to be loud! :)

    Seriously, though, it doesn't have to be if you run it with a few well chosen pedals.
     
  19. CoreyT

    CoreyT PRS Addiction

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    An update to my Pedal Train Junior for my bass.
    Added a TC Flashback and an Expression pedal for the Talking Machine.
    Can also use it with the bigger X4 Flashback on my guitar board.

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  20. Egads

    Egads Happy

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    Yeah, but like so many amps, it hits it's most touch sensitive, blooming potential at a level that rules out so many venues (especially my house!). You know me: I have a split personality when it comes to amps. I love a great single channel amp at I can push, but I also love the flexibility of channels and options. With one band, I have to cover a huge range, including a couple guitars and a lapsteel. I've settled into a programmable multi-channel tube amp for the flexibility it provides. For my original band, I play a single channel beast cranked as loud as I can (not that loud anymore), and control gain from the guitar's volume. I also run a hefty pedalboard with that band.
     

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