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  1. 127MancMatt

    127MancMatt Active Member

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    So this is my Gigging pedal board!
    So yeah its only a small one but ive not changed anything in a 6-8 months now so i think ive found my board! Outta of the Distortions ive gone through over the years ive finally settled on the Ds-1!

    But it goes straight in to the front on my JCM 900.
    Tu-3

    Ds-1 (depending on songs this is id say 40% of my distortion,sometimes i use it as a little boost on my amp distortion channel. I also use this on clean channel when use it behind the big muff seems to give the muff a bit of clarity)

    Phase 90 (I use this alot! But genrally on octave chords or certain solos and when we get all psychedelic even for a punk/ska band we do! 20160124_173133.jpg )

    Spark( use this when i play leads or if my singer isnt playing guitar, mainly over ds-1)

    Big muff (outta all my bands songs i only use it on 2 of the 20+ we have. But its a must and the sound on those songs are empty without it)

    Small clone (Same as big muff only use it a select few times on parts of songs. Always on clean arpeggio)
     
  2. nrussell23

    nrussell23 Mr. Crown Royal Staff Member

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    My working board. Goes out to a Yamaha DXR10 monitor, then to front of house.


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    Here's mine

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    Tough to see but it goes as follows:

    GTR-->TU-2-->Ernie Ball Wah-->iStomp(strato boost)-->Boss OD-1-->Hardwire SC-2-->RP360XP-->istomp(angelic choir which is a shimmer verb)-->out to either board or amp.

    I use a Fender Twin amp / cab model when going direct.
     
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    zisme Well-Known Member

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    for the umpteenth time...:p

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    Dano Fish'n'Chips (always on), Marshall Supervibe Chorus, Danelectro Fab Chorus (always on, set as a very subtle 'thickener' for my sound), Wasabi Rock-a-bye Overdrive, Boss DS-1 (with 'snip snip' mod), Vox Wah, Polytune. Top pedal is the channel/drive for the Classic 30.

    There's also a Dano Fab Delay that isn't in the photo.

    All on a home-made Ikea shelf pedalboard with rear picture light on industrial Velcro.
     
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    Setup as 1/2 before amp input, 3/4 in efx loop.


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    nrussell23 Mr. Crown Royal Staff Member

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    I'm thinking of buying another M9 (sold my last one a few years ago) to pair with my Tech 21 Fly Rig 5 and a Polytune.

    Figure I could cover everything I need with that. I'm content with my main board, but could bring this as a backup or use it as my main just to switch things up if I get bored.

    Have you had any issues with your switches failing or sticking? Also, think I would be able to power those 3 things with 1-Spot?
     
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    sloopdawg Well-Known Member Supporting Member+

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    Same Rig I've Used for Awhile Now...
    Although I Don't Play Out Like I Used To
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    RockYoWorld Well-Known Member

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    Pre-Amplifier
    • AKG Wireless Guitar
    • Korg Pitch Black Tuner
    • Classic Cry Baby Wah Wah
    • MXR Wylde Overdrive
    • LPB-1 Clean Boost
    Peavey 6505MH Amp, Then Effects Loop:
    • Morley Optical Volume Plus
    • MXR Black Label Chorus
    • Flashback Delay
    • BBE Sonic Stomp


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    I have some other pedals laying around, namely distortion pedals. I might try auditioning them again to see if they'd be useful since I have an empty spot on my Joyo Power Supply that I won in a facebook contest. Granted, I'm going to have to get another power connector for it since I had the one not being used in my gig bag and someone walked off with it at my school jazz concert...
     
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    eldos1 Well-Known Member

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    The M13 power supply is a 9V AC 2000 ma output. No problem with switches, but I do not gig it.
     
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    Whats that TC Flashback like ? Ive got dd3 and dd7 at home. Ive never found a delay ive liked.
     
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    I really like it. There's one feature that I love that is also my only dislike for the pedal: the tap tempo. You can set the delay time by holding the button a couple seconds and strumming which is really cool. However, I wish I had the bigger one (but it's too big and expensive) that has a tap tempo button you can hit with your foot so you can adjust it while you play. Or, it would be cool if they only muted your output for that if it was off initially and keep your signal going through if it started on when you pushed the button.

    But there's a bunch of good delays to choose from and then the toneprint library that's really cool to beam from your phone into your pickups.
     
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    Gonna look intoo it next month the flashback. Ill google this toneprint pedal tonight, sounds intresting. You tried it ?
     
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    Yeah. Toneprint is cool. You look through the app on your smartphone and pick an effect you want and beam it into your pedal through your guitar
     
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    This is an old pic. The vintage phaser has been replaced with a Ross. Not pictured is my talk box and Leslie w/ speed pedal.

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    Im guessing people can upload there settings aswell and you can try them out
     
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    RockYoWorld Well-Known Member

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    I don't think so. I think only artists working with TC Electronics get to make their own delays
     
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    GFS Tuner>GFS Sweet Sparkle Compressor>Spark Boost>Soul Food OD>Effects Loop Pedal>GFS Pro Chorus>Custom Phaser>Custom Tremelo>GFS Pro Delay

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    Spike Well-Known Member

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    Here's the latest version. It should stay this way for a while.
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