Pedalboard Pictures!

Some like 'em and some don't, but I bet everyone has at least a couple — Analog Delay, Digital Delay, Reverb, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tube Overdrive, Transistor Overdrive, Fuzz, Octave Fuzz, Tremolo, Vibrato, Compressor and the list goes on!

Postby buckkillr8 on Fri Feb 03, 2006 12:44 am

oldmetry wrote:
buckkillr8 wrote:
oldmetry wrote:buckkillr8,

How do you like your looper? Silent?


Completely silent :)


NICE! I'll have to check one out.


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Postby Gladmarr on Fri Feb 03, 2006 7:27 pm

So, if you've got 25 pedals on your board, how do you get to all of them on stage without losing your balance? :lol:
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Postby Tony. on Fri Feb 03, 2006 9:37 pm

Gladmarr wrote:So, if you've got 25 pedals on your board, how do you get to all of them on stage without losing your balance? :lol:


It takes about 15 minutes and an additional bag...

btw, I'd be more worried about the camp wookie as my avatar!!! :shock:
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Postby Danny G on Fri Feb 03, 2006 10:07 pm

Bass pedalboard:

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For my guitar rig: sub the DIY Big Muff with a modded Blues Driver, and the bass wah with a modded Crybaby.
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Postby The Pup on Sat Feb 04, 2006 7:18 am

Gladmarr wrote:So, if you've got 25 pedals on your board, how do you get to all of them on stage without losing your balance? :lol:
The ostrich dance.
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Postby LP Heaven on Sat Feb 04, 2006 1:44 pm

I like postin my schtuf

we gots here a 535Q wha ->VL vibe -> analog man TS9 -> DD6 complete with bad cables and dog hair (sorry, i gave the topless cleaning girl the night off)

look at my TS9 settings - CATS MEOW for 80s metal with my jtm45 normal channel on 2 for those late night basement moments

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SPECIFICATIONS:
Model No. SKB-PS-45
Features:
8 protected 9V DC outlets, 100 MA per outlet, 1A maximum combined current for all outlets. Three widely spaced 120V AC, 15A outlets, allows enough room for "wall warts". (8) 3.5 mm miniplug to 2.1mm x 5mm "DC connector: (1) 3.5mm miniplug to 3.5 miniplug. (1) 3.5mm miniplug to 9 volt battery clip.
Mount Dimensions:
27" x 15"
Overall Dimensions:
28 3/4"X 20 1/2" X 6 1/4"
Weight: 23 lbs.

WARRANTY: lifetime
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Postby The Pup on Sat Feb 04, 2006 7:40 pm

LP Heaven wrote:I like postin my schtuf

we gots here a 535Q wha ->VL vibe -> analog man TS9 -> DD6 complete with bad cables and dog hair (sorry, i gave the topless cleaning girl the night off)

look at my TS9 settings - CATS MEOW for 80s metal with my jtm45 normal channel on 2 for those late night basement moments

Image

SPECIFICATIONS:
Model No. SKB-PS-45
Features:
8 protected 9V DC outlets, 100 MA per outlet, 1A maximum combined current for all outlets. Three widely spaced 120V AC, 15A outlets, allows enough room for "wall warts". (8) 3.5 mm miniplug to 2.1mm x 5mm "DC connector: (1) 3.5mm miniplug to 3.5 miniplug. (1) 3.5mm miniplug to 9 volt battery clip.
Mount Dimensions:
27" x 15"
Overall Dimensions:
28 3/4"X 20 1/2" X 6 1/4"
Weight: 23 lbs.

WARRANTY: lifetime
Cool. I'm using the same board...although somewhat modified.

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Postby ®ëv. ßïll¥ © on Sat Feb 04, 2006 10:12 pm

The Pup wrote:Image


Holy crap, dude...you're like the guy on the street corner who's got 400 watches on the inside of his coat...

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"Pssst...hey, kid....c'mere..."
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Postby Pacafeliz on Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:00 am

®ëv. ßill¥ © wrote:Holy crap, dude...you're like the guy on the street corner who's got 400 watches on the inside of his coat...

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"Pssst...hey, kid....c'mere..."



HAHAHAHAHA rev... i can't believe that you took 25 mins to make that!!! thanks!!! LMAO! :lol:

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Postby The Pup on Sun Feb 05, 2006 2:06 am

®ëv. ßill¥ © wrote:
The Pup wrote:Image


Holy crap, dude...you're like the guy on the street corner who's got 400 watches on the inside of his coat...

Image
"Pssst...hey, kid....c'mere..."
I think I might be able to stuff a pickup booster in the top right corner if I takeout that by-pass switch.
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Postby Ruben0910 on Sun Feb 05, 2006 4:36 pm

This is my current set up guys:

PICTURES: http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Album=FMDBXXJG


Tell me what you think of it!

Guitars
Gibson Les Paul standard '75 (left)
Gibson Les Paul Standard ? (right)

Amps
'62 Vox AC-30 TB (tb fitted at the rear), candy red panel, blue bulldogs
'67 Marshall 'Plexi' Superbass
'79 Marshall checkerboard 4 x 12

Effects
Boss OD-1 (Japan)
TC Dual Parametic EQ
MXR Phase 90 (re-issue)

splitter -> Boss TU-2
-> Electro Harmonix Memory Man

Korg SDD-3000
My band: http://www.rubenhoeke.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ruben.hoeke
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Postby The Pup on Sun Feb 05, 2006 5:41 pm

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Postby Guest on Sun Feb 05, 2006 9:28 pm

Ruben0910 wrote:
Tell me what you think of it!



I think you got great stuff, hope you enjoy it daily! 8)
What's that color on that left Les Paul called?
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Postby Sterling # Sound on Sun Feb 05, 2006 10:17 pm

Nice axes, Ruben - great clips on your wsite too!

What age is the LP on the right, and what do you use the eq for?
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Postby Ruben0910 on Mon Feb 06, 2006 9:25 am

Kitchen-Marshall wrote:
Ruben0910 wrote:
Tell me what you think of it!



I think you got great stuff, hope you enjoy it daily! 8)
What's that color on that left Les Paul called?



That top has been re-finished once by the former owner....Looks great though.
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