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  • Recommend me a Pedal Board. GO!

    Budget: $150
    Preferrably something with a patch bay and power, but I'm open to most suggestions.
    spacey and melodic guitar experiments:

  • #2
    I bought this used in perfect condition for like $100. I love it, but the patch bay is worthless junk on mine so I don't use it. The power section of it is great.

    It's a Furman board.

    (this is just a random pic I found, not my actual board)

    Originally Posted by Rampage

    **************** cleans, play distortion?

    Originally Posted by RiffDaemon

    The scratchy high-end sounds like a wreck in Excitebike

    Originally Posted by buddhapaugh

    I had a nightmare experience like yours, Nerine, when I was in my late 20's/early 30's and was doing the tag-team thing with my buddy over the toilet. Now that was something----

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    • #3
      Gorm from IKEA along with a 1-spot.
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      Dude you have excellent taste. Teh butt is so much more important than teh bewbz.


      • #4
        I got both of my Pedatrain PT-1's from guitar center for 120 and they came with a Hardcase. I think its a running in store deal.
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        • #5
          I don't know how many pedals you have, but an 18" puma board is $150.
          I have a few amps, several pedals, and a few guitars.

          Originally Posted by Roger Daltry



          • #6
            a gorm shelf from ikea, the braces that go with it, a little bit of ingenuity and time.

            Then get a 1 spot or 2 and BAM. Powered pedalboard.

            And it'll end up costing you maaaaaybe $40 total.
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            Originally Posted by Dolf

            This thread is full of ****************ing pussies.


            • #7
              I don't think that I'm overall interested in the IKEA gorm board thing. I guess I'd have to see one done up really nice before I decide on that route, feel free to post pics of your gorm boards! I have a hand-made board that "works," but I want something more substantial with it's own power, preferrably some sort of power conditioner. I also don't really have the tools to build my own.
              spacey and melodic guitar experiments:


              • #8
                FX forum has discussed this ad nauseum or whatever. and they have alot of pics too!


                • #9
                  G&L ASAT Classic - Goose Fuzz - Line6 M9 - EHX DMM - Orange TT - Avatar 2x12

                  We make pedals, so you can make cool music, so we can have cool music to listen to, while we make pedals.

                  List of expression pedals and their pot values
                  (updates welcomed)


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                    • #11
                      I have 4 boards dependant on what I`m doing, the Pedal train Pro with two voodoo labs PP2`s attached for my larger gigs, a great board if not a little heavy with 16 pedals on board, I also have 2 BC 60s and a BC 30, great for smaller gigs


                      • #12
                        Ikea gorm + 1-spot
                        - ESP Original Forest GT
                        - Edwards E-LP-98LTS
                        - LTD M-1000
                        - Seagull S6

                        - Mesa/Boogie Mark IV

                        - Maxon OD808
                        - MXR Smart gate
                        - MXR Carbon copy
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                        - TC Electronic Polytune


                        • #13
                          I don't think that I'm overall interested in the IKEA gorm board thing. I guess I'd have to see one done up really nice before I decide on that route, feel free to post pics of your gorm boards!

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                          • #14
                            Another vote for Pedaltrain and a One Spot or Godlyke Powerall. You could do the Voodoo Labs Pedal Power II as well. It's much tidier, but way more expensive.

                            The Pedaltrain is light, indestructible and comes with a case. I found one on FleaBay for a really good price.
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                            • #15
                              Ikea Gorm + Voodoo ISO 5 or PP+

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