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 Michael Patrick on Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:59 pm

I posted this in the other pedalboard thread as well... Not much wasted space here...

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Postby Bulldog on Tue Oct 31, 2006 8:52 pm

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Just posted a whole thread on this sucker over at the gear page:

http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=172035
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Postby thebugman on Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:47 pm

here's mine with the pedals I use most often. The footswitch is for the Space Echo.

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Postby GregOT on Wed Nov 01, 2006 4:49 am

Michael Patrick wrote:I posted this in the other pedalboard thread as well... Not much wasted space here...

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this is killer!

how does the scod compare to the tube driver? to the rams head? i LOVE my rams head.

:D

thanks!
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Postby GregOT on Wed Nov 01, 2006 4:51 am

thebugman wrote:here's mine with the pedals I use most often. The footswitch is for the Space Echo.

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this MAY be my fav out of the thread.
ill buy all of it ;)
actually, i own all of those pedals (minus the space echo).....and goddamnmit, they are amazing.

excellent choices.
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Postby Pacafeliz on Wed Nov 01, 2006 10:11 pm

GregOT wrote:
thebugman wrote:here's mine with the pedals I use most often. The footswitch is for the Space Echo.

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this MAY be my fav out of the thread.
ill buy all of it ;)
actually, i own all of those pedals (minus the space echo).....and goddamnmit, they are amazing.

excellent choices.


yeah man i'd love to hear some sound clips!
how's the POG? i was always curious...

good luck!

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Postby npminard on Wed Nov 01, 2006 10:53 pm

I read on the AnalogMan website that the makers of Captain Coconut 2 aren't producing them anymore :shock:
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Postby thebugman on Wed Nov 01, 2006 11:29 pm

GregOT wrote:
thebugman wrote:here's mine with the pedals I use most often. The footswitch is for the Space Echo.

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this MAY be my fav out of the thread.
ill buy all of it ;)
actually, i own all of those pedals (minus the space echo).....and goddamnmit, they are amazing.

excellent choices.

hey, thanks! Yes, I like those too, they can make great far out textures as well, which is great.
No clips at the moment, but our band has recorded a CD and that setup (minus the POG) can be heard, though only lightly. Other pedals waiting to be used include these...
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Postby thebugman on Wed Nov 01, 2006 11:38 pm

Pacafeliz wrote:yeah man i'd love to hear some sound clips!
how's the POG? i was always curious...

good luck!

Pat.

Hey Pat,
the POG is great at what it does. It costs a lot, that's a bit of a drawback...still, when kicked in in the right moment for some organ or 12-string touch or the occassional harmonic detuned wash it's excellent. Really cool pedal to mess around with, also in combination with other pedals.
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Postby Stu K on Thu Nov 02, 2006 5:23 am

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Custom pedalboard wiring for anyone interested.

Postby RACKDOCTOR on Thu Nov 02, 2006 10:38 am

There is a company in Los Angeles called L.A. Sound Design that offers the highest quality custom pedalboard & rack wiring available. They also offer custom power supplies, interface boxes, A/B boxes and loop boxes as well as amp and pedal mods.

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http://www.lasounddesign.net
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Re: Custom pedalboard wiring for anyone interested.

Postby B-Squared on Thu Nov 02, 2006 12:22 pm

RACKDOCTOR wrote:There is a company in Los Angeles called L.A. Sound Design that offers the highest quality custom pedalboard & rack wiring available. They also offer custom power supplies, interface boxes, A/B boxes and loop boxes as well as amp and pedal mods.

David

http://www.lasounddesign.net


Is that a self-indulgent plug? (Hmmm, The RackDoctor, from LA...) :)
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Re: Custom pedalboard wiring for anyone interested.

Postby RACKDOCTOR on Thu Nov 02, 2006 5:25 pm

B-Squared wrote:
RACKDOCTOR wrote:There is a company in Los Angeles called L.A. Sound Design that offers the highest quality custom pedalboard & rack wiring available. They also offer custom power supplies, interface boxes, A/B boxes and loop boxes as well as amp and pedal mods.

David

http://www.lasounddesign.net


Is that a self-indulgent plug? (Hmmm, The RackDoctor, from LA...) :)


I am a breast surgeon. :wink: Sorry for the plug, just thought it would be helpful.

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Postby SquawkVox on Fri Nov 03, 2006 5:23 am

Ok here's my little technological horror. :twisted:

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I call it home. :P
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Postby Friedmett on Fri Nov 03, 2006 8:45 pm

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No board !

Just Dunlop univibe, Carl Martin hot drive'n' boost MkII, Vox wah(stock at that time) and original Fuzz face from the 70ties with BC108 transistors completly stock.

That setup is my favorite Marshall setup.
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