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  • Awesome boards guys!
    http://www.loop-master.com

    Handmade true bypass loopers, switchers and routers for better and cleaner signal routing in your guitar rigs and pedalboards.

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    • Originally posted by jasonfuzz View Post
      Havent posted one of these in several years. <BR />
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      Please tell us more about your Tele!
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      "Look at it this way: think of how stupid the average person is, and then realize half of 'em are stupider than that."

      - George Carlin

      "It shouldn't be expected that people are necessarily doing what they appear to be doing on records."

      - Sir George Martin, All You Need Is Ears

      "The music business will be revitalized by musicians, not the labels or Live Nation. When the musicians decide to put music first, instead of money, the public will flock to the fruits and the scene will be healthy again."

      - Bob Lefsetz, The Lefsetz Letter

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      • Last edited by foamoi; 04-28-2014, 12:07 PM.

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        • Can anyone see this photo?
          Good deals with: Primo, Hecticone, Bluehuricane (X2), TomCray, Used666, Dettlebach, Tolling_Bells, Cleverbastid, machine gunner, shooto, 2deaconblues, Easyliver, Maxisnotdead, brokenarrow5, Drasp, Viper Jazz, the.bjorndahl, dkhp124

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          • Originally posted by WWW View Post



            Can anyone see this photo?
            Yes, and I love the monochromacity (is that a word? I don't care).
            good guys: english_bob, SG1, red_riviera, chisa, melx, Tayste_2000, tommyld (fuzzhugger), NetStar, bondini, Taylor704, HeartfeltDawn, garethdavies, Uncle Bastard, woolyh, Snufkino, THAT4301, Chugs, Matt0201, fruvai, Prince Squid, eerock, mr benn.

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            • Originally posted by RadioSilence View Post
              Yes, and I love the monochromacity (is that a word? I don't care).

              Excellent!!! and thank you.

              For others trying to post, I had to "toggle advanced editor" (the big A at the top right of the reply box) and post a URL to a photobucket photo.

              Let's see your boards!!!
              Good deals with: Primo, Hecticone, Bluehuricane (X2), TomCray, Used666, Dettlebach, Tolling_Bells, Cleverbastid, machine gunner, shooto, 2deaconblues, Easyliver, Maxisnotdead, brokenarrow5, Drasp, Viper Jazz, the.bjorndahl, dkhp124

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              • The Red Repeat is just there until I get am MXR Carbon Copy
                The case will be a Pedaltrain very soon
                I also will be getting a good chorus

                But for now it's this:

                My rock school: http://rockgp.net
                Anya Karin - Soul Covers http://www.wix.com/rockgp/anyakarinsoul
                Iron Maiden Tribute: http://www.screamformetributo.net

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                • The Red Repeat is just there until I get am MXR Carbon Copy
                  The case will be a Pedaltrain very soon
                  I also will be getting a good chorus

                  But for now it's this:

                  https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.n...74471767_n.jpg
                  My rock school: http://rockgp.net
                  Anya Karin - Soul Covers http://www.wix.com/rockgp/anyakarinsoul
                  Iron Maiden Tribute: http://www.screamformetributo.net

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                  • My pedalboard is a total disaster site at the moment, but this is the gist of it.

                    A bit of a Red Witch and TC fan, if im honest...

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                    • Speaking of pedalboards, I saw a band last night where the guitarist had rc-3 -> tu-2 ->pog2->carbon copy on a piece of old carpet. he then rolled it up and stuffed in his bag when he was done.
                      good transactions: themeanreds, OnWingsOfLead, bass_econo, PumpkinPieces, meganutt7, Used666, mrweems, scoogs, TravvyBear, joeya, wiz-ski, conky

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                      • Ya I know, my board is a bit big



                        DW
                        Last edited by RumRunner; 05-05-2014, 07:52 PM.
                        Yo ho ho and a bottle of Rhum

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                        • Very nice rum runner. Is that a private location where you can open up that beautiful amp?
                          Good deals with: Primo, Hecticone, Bluehuricane (X2), TomCray, Used666, Dettlebach, Tolling_Bells, Cleverbastid, machine gunner, shooto, 2deaconblues, Easyliver, Maxisnotdead, brokenarrow5, Drasp, Viper Jazz, the.bjorndahl, dkhp124

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                          • Nothing fancy sound-wise, but, I am a professional musician (singer/guitarist) and I need a board that is small, dependable, and flexible on stage - fussing with loose connections, pedals that won't click on, or regularly bending over to tweak settings does not work for my show. Since I am stuck to the mic, this board with the Nose volume knob in the middle allows me to adjust my volumes without bending over and/or looking down. Same with clicking on/off the overdrive & distortion (left and right of the volume knob). These Hardware pedals may not be everyone's first choice sound-wise, but, they they are good quality and extremely reliable with their switching. And, they are true bypass - I run these stereo into 2 Fender Hotrod Deville 4x10's set on the clean channel (2 x 60 tube watts). We play big shows regularly so the 2 amps has me covered for loud stages plus I have 2 in case 1 goes down. Connecting these pedals are the George L's with gold plated plugs. After 25 of professional playing, I can attest that gold plating will maintain good connections - nickel and stainless steel usually will not. These George L's are amazing... they are small and assemble easily. And, they are dead quite as far as I can tell. I'm powering this Pedaltrain board with the new 1250 pedal train power supply. I'm also happy with that as well. I have had my Fender amps for about 14 years now, but, pedal wise I've been looking for something that is easy to use live and allows me to deal with variable stage volume conditions. I am really liking this setup and think this one will be a keeper for a long time.

                            Todd
                            www.LastToLeaveBand.com

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                            • Nothing fancy sound-wise, but, I am a professional musician (singer/guitarist) and I need a board that is small, dependable, and flexible on stage - fussing with loose connections, pedals that won't click on, or regularly bending over to tweak settings does not work for my show. Since I am stuck to the mic, this board with the Nose volume knob in the middle allows me to adjust my volumes without bending over and/or looking down. Same with clicking on/off the overdrive & distortion (left and right of the volume knob). These Hardware pedals may not be everyone's first choice sound-wise, but, they they are good quality and extremely reliable with their switching. And, they are true bypass - I run these stereo into 2 Fender Hotrod Deville 4x10's set on the clean channel (2 x 60 tube watts). We play big shows regularly so the 2 amps has me covered for loud stages plus I have 2 in case 1 goes down. Connecting these pedals are the George L's with gold plated plugs. After 25 of professional playing, I can attest that gold plating will maintain good connections - nickel and stainless steel usually will not. These George L's are amazing... they are small and assemble easily. And, they are dead quite as far as I can tell. I'm powering this Pedaltrain board with the new 1250 pedal train power supply. I'm also happy with that as well. I have had my Fender amps for about 14 years now, but, pedal wise I've been looking for something that is easy to use live and allows me to deal with variable stage volume conditions. I am really liking this setup and think this one will be a keeper for a long time.

                              ​Todd
                              www.LastToLeaveBand.com

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                              • Since I'm not playing guitar in my band I've removed my dirt and tuner and added the Holy Grail and Small Stone. I might put a Micro Pog on there if I can nab one on ebay but they're still not cheap, even second hand.

                                good guys: english_bob, SG1, red_riviera, chisa, melx, Tayste_2000, tommyld (fuzzhugger), NetStar, bondini, Taylor704, HeartfeltDawn, garethdavies, Uncle Bastard, woolyh, Snufkino, THAT4301, Chugs, Matt0201, fruvai, Prince Squid, eerock, mr benn.

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