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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Raymond, Aug 2, 2014.

  1. ESPImperium

    ESPImperium New Member

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    Jonny Five is Alive:

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    Finally got the project finished today. Now to update the firmware and programme the thing.

    Next projects: S2 Singlecut, SE SVN and then a Bass amp with a Bass Pedalboard.
     
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  2. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Great looking board, ESP! First class build.
     
  3. Alnus Rubra

    Alnus Rubra Loving nature’s wonders

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    “You’re gonna need a bigger board!”;)

     
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  4. Iceman101

    Iceman101 There's always room for one more.....

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    Voodoo lab dingbat with pedalpower supply and px8. The vox-wah is not in this picture. There's very little programming involved. I also use a TC Nova system or a rack with amongst other stuff a TC G-force and Rocktron all access controller.
    This one I use with a Fender super 60 (very loud clean), the nova goes in front of a Koch Twintone II and the G-force is used with my Mark IV.
     
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  5. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Nice. Clean, too!
     
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  6. Tramp

    Tramp To and Fro, Mostly Fro

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    Here's what I've come up with after a good 15 years of serious pedal board experimentation. The Harlot is my go-to pedal with all HB guitars, including my PRSs. Truly amazing! The Chase Tone Secret Preamp is my other secret weapon. The KoT is mostly for use with single coils and is set up clean boost left/OD right. The Landgraff MoD serves to kick things up a notch (or three). I use delay extensively. The AM/Nemesis duo gives me lots of great options on that front. The Infinity's ability to do two loops is great, though I rarely use the second. And the tuner... Truth be told, it's the most valuable thing here. Enjoy!

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  7. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc Get in, loser, we’re going shopping.

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    Man... I'm circling that Cali76 pretty hard! I don't know why I haven't had the strength to pull the trigger yet.
     
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  8. Tramp

    Tramp To and Fro, Mostly Fro

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    The Cali76 is pretty sweet! I tend to use compressors on light settings to fatten up the tone of single coils. The Cali does this as well as the great pedal it replaced--an RAF Mirage--but does so much more. IMHO, it's well worth springing for the Deluxe version with the mix knob, if you do decide to go that route.
     
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  9. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc Get in, loser, we’re going shopping.

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    Ugh, I want at least one person to tell me to get the cheaper one.:oops:

    I just need to do it already! Although I'll wait until I completely reconfigure my pedalboard and nail everything down so I can tear it back up again....
     
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  10. RaySachs

    RaySachs New Member

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    Here's my minimalist board. I did have a reversed A-B switch so I could keep two guitars always plugged in and hanging on the wall above the board. But I only have one electric guitar these days, so I took that off and created a lot of room on the top row. I could probably take the mini-wha off given how little I use it, but then I'd use it even less. I added the Spark in front of the OD specifically for the split coil setting on my 594. I keep a bit of delay and reverb on almost all the time and just kick the OD and the boost on and off as needed. And I use the looper a lot, so I have the pedals that get stomped on the most on the front row where they're easier to reach without messing something else up.

    [​IMG]untitled-1 by Ray, on Flickr

    Edited a month and a half later:

    [​IMG]untitled-1-3 by Ray, on Flickr

    I haven't added much - this was mostly just to give myself more room so I'm not stepping on the wrong pedals anymore - it was getting a little tight on that front row. So I got a bigger board. I put the A-B back because I'm playing two electrics again, and added a second boost for settings to equalize output between my 594 humbuckers, 594 split-coil, and Strat single coil. And because I love the sound of the Spark. I tried a compressor, but found it added a good bit of boost and the Spark adds a good bit of compression and I just liked the Spark more, so I returned the compressor and got a second spark. I don't love the feel of the mini-wha and I could fit a full size wah again, but I don't play wah that much, so it seems kind of stupid to commit more $$ and space to something I use so rarely, so this is probably it for a while. I still can't find a productive way to use modulation effects, but I guess I could fit a small multi-modulation unit on the top row if I ever do...

    -Ray
     
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  11. Adambomb

    Adambomb ACB Studio

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  12. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Nice stuff, guys!
    But that’s what pedalboards are for! Build ‘em up, tear ‘em apart, build ‘em up.

    If you can do it at least once every few days, you win a prize.
     
  13. Alnus Rubra

    Alnus Rubra Loving nature’s wonders

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    A 594 soapbar?;)
     
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  14. g.wizz

    g.wizz Nabs

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    WOW
     
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  15. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    Not exactly.
     
  16. Alnus Rubra

    Alnus Rubra Loving nature’s wonders

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    A bar of soap:(:rolleyes:
     
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  17. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    A really nice bar of soap.
     
  18. Alnus Rubra

    Alnus Rubra Loving nature’s wonders

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    Some Private Stock “Lily of the Valley” ;):D
     
  19. matt3310

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  20. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc Get in, loser, we’re going shopping.

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    Is that a tuner in a wah or volume pedal at the bottom right?
     

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