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    here's mine...
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  • #2
    It's standard practice around here for people to list the names of the pedals, as well as the signal path of the board (from input to output, as well as mentioning power supplies, tuners, etc.) when posting pics of their pedalboards.
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    • #3
      moderator can close this thread. my pic isn't clear enough.

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      • #4
        Your picture is fine - can you tell us what's plugged into what and what the various pedals are?
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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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        • #5
          'll play! This is my configuration at present and I run it a few different ways depending on what I'm playing and/or playing and recording. The top photo is what I play through most of the time and it's straight forward, goes into the tuner and out of the looper.

          The second photo is a dirt only board and I run it into either the tuner (running through that board does not effect guitar tuning) or the Holy Grail plugs into the first dirt pedal and the noise suppressor plugs into the loop pedal.

          I power everything using Godlyke wall warts for silent running.

          ​In addition to what's below I have a Danelectro Fish and Chip EQ. The EQ pedal will give you a different result with each dirt pedal depending on whether you run it before the first dirt pedal or after the last dirt pedal. One way is suppose to be a Dumble Amp effect but I can't say as I don't own a Dumble but it does give a different result.

          I have a Danelectro Cool Cat Vibrato pedal. I have a Dunlop basic Wah pedal and a Dunlop JD4S Rotovibe (picked up for $35) that I use when the urge hits me.

          I've been putting this together for 20 years and I've done it on the cheap (several stupid deals of the day. Craig's List. Friend's on Forums) and for a long time I've spent more time looking for what I think will work with what I have to give me what I'm looking for rather than causing me to changing pedals in and out. Example, I recently picked up that DOD Boneshaker for under $50 and it can be dialed in to enhance other dirt pedals or distorted amps and does a heck of a job. Another on the cheap example is the Metal Zone pedal that I know someone snickered at; $20. MT2 stacked with the DS1, SD1, or Mojomojo pedal gives great results. The Big Muff with the SD1 or Mojomojo is also nice.



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          Last edited by mikesr1963; 06-24-2018, 02:39 PM.
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            • #7
              up to a dozen pedalboards now but i'll go with this one for show-n-tell, i think it swings well above it's weight class

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              joyo powertune in, ehx cockfight, marvel rumble drive, paul c timmy, ehx pitchfork, digitech ventura vibe, catalinbread BE deluxe, and L6 verbzilla out.
              a mission expressionator allows the bespeco exp pedal to control the fuzz/wah, pitchshifter, and delay
              Last edited by dweebking; 07-01-2018, 08:13 PM.

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                Well here is what I redid today. Removed some of the things I wasn't using much, and went back to my basics. It is hard to see the board itself, but it is a medium sized VooDoo Lab Dingbat with VDL Mondo power supply. At the bottom of the picture is a VDL PX-8 looper with midi.

                #1 is Klon KTR
                #2 is JHS Calhoun v2 Red
                #3 is Eventide H9 with Mission Engineering SP-H9 expression pedal
                #4 is Eventide H9 with Source Audio Footswitch (to engage tuner)
                #7 is Source Audio Nemesis echo
                #8 is Source Audio Ventris reverb

                In front of this board I sometimes use a Fulltone Clyde Deluxe that no longer fits on the pedalboard. I can control most of the board with my MidiMouse. At the end of the midi chain is a VDL midi switcher that I use to control amp reverb and channel selection when using MIDI.

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