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    Re: My pedalboard. Show yours!

    Nice rig!
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    Re: My pedalboard. Show yours!

    Primary Board:


    The Dirt (plugs into the tuner on primary board):

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    Very nice! Both of them!

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    The phtots disappeared.

    I can't seem to post off of facebook right now...
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    Here's mine... Updated today...
    Last edited by harleytech; 03-17-2019 at 04:25 PM. Reason: Updated pedalboard

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    Re: My pedalboard. Show yours!

    Some nice recent additions to this thread!

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    I had some fun building this.









    My Acoustic board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibsonjunkie View Post
    I had some fun building this.

    Great ideas there! I may steal some for mine if you don't mind. I like the way you not only mount power but created a 'basement' for connections/power that does not require so many 'strap downs' that you can't easily change stuff. Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by renderit View Post
    Great ideas there! I may steal some for mine if you don't mind. I like the way you not only mount power but created a 'basement' for connections/power that does not require so many 'strap downs' that you can't easily change stuff. Excellent!
    Be my guest! It's too much of a beast to ever leave the man-cave, but it is fun to work with. The PedalPad Patch is a cool device - wish they still made them. I added a "kickstand" to the board after these phtots were taken so I can get underneath easily.

    On the acoustic board (nothing but a Home Depot shelf with Velcro on it) the T-Rex Chameleon is really handy. It handles 9 volt DC - 12 volt dc and the 12 volt ac (Acoustimax). That was a a DEAL!!! I ordered it from Amazon but the one that arrived was in a ripped box and had obviously been repackaged. Amazon told me I could either return it for a brand new one, or keep this one and get 100% refund. It worked fine so I got it for free!!!

    This phtot is a Gator case that fits the acoustic board perfectly.


    Most of the pedals were either Stupid Deals of the Day or comparable deals...
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    Re: My pedalboard. Show yours!

    Most of you guys are gigging, traveling musicians. So your pedalboards are built with years of trial-and-error and experience. I, on the other hand, play mostly through combo modeling amps, so the majority of the time I'm running clean, letting the amp do the work. But I have toyed with pedals, especially the overdrives, since modeling amps don't do these very well, in my opinion.

    This is a work in progress. The Cry Baby wah is disconnected, and the Fulltone Mini Dejavibe 3 doesn't fit onto the board. Still, there are times a pedal does more in one foot press than tinkering with an amp's settings.



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    Quote Originally Posted by fenderguitar1988 View Post
    Nice stuff!!

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    I have a Mesa/Boogie F30 .........that IS my board....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sérgio View Post
    Nice stuff!!
    Thanks!

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    WOW-- there are some really elaborate feats of engineering posted here---

    I tried pedals before-- bought and sold many-- they typically last 10 minutes--they tended to waste my time and energy--or I found the function or features or SOUND to be crap--

    I find my tone is simple a guitar into a Mesa-- adjust gain and reverb to suit-- or guitar into PEavey 112 Bandit-- and done
    my bass tone is similar-- though I have a MULTIPEDDLE by digitech for bass that models amps (I cant say how accurately Ive never HEARD most the models in person) -- and has a drum machine in it---I use that-- the rest is IMHO crap--

    I recently however was COAXED by members of another forum to TRY using the (2) pedals I had (Joyo Ultimate Drive and EH HOLY GRAIL reverb) and I purchased a Compression pedal -- (again owned two before I flipped traded or sold within days of getting)

    We will see---how this goes-- so far I have not reboxed and shelved the compressor-- Im giving it a true "try" but ---Im also not SOLD on it either -- its a "subtle" difference--- and well-- Im not a pro--Im a home player/hack-so if it just ads more work or time to the equation and takes away from my playing time--- I dont care for it---

    I play to relax and destress and to keep form choking the living shite out of A$$HATS in my life--- its WAY cheaper than therapy way less "invasive" than prison--- so --- I try and make my pedal board and my gear in general -- simple -- and easy to just plug n play
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    Re: My pedalboard. Show yours!

    In fact, it's not so easy to choose a pedal. I read a lot and asked on the forums. Here's a pretty good description to make up my mind https://guitar-amp.com/pedals/. But again, everything is learned by comparison and any pedal should be tried on the basis of personal feelin

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