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My first pedalboard. Mainly comprised of items purchased from forum members over the past few months. I'm proud of how tidy I've made everything.
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robthemac wrote:My first pedalboard. Mainly comprised of items purchased from forum members over the past few months. I'm proud of how tidy I've made everything.
What's the amp? Some sort of Fender reverb it appears. How do you like the Hotcake with that?

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Fender Vibrasonic reissue from the mid-90s. Kinda like a Twin but with a 15-inch speaker.

The Hotcake is needed to beef up the Strat. Works great for that. The pedal next to it is an OCD clone for use with my LP. The Hotcake is too muddy with humbuckers, to my ears at least.

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robthemac wrote:My first pedalboard. Mainly comprised of items purchased from forum members over the past few months. I'm proud of how tidy I've made everything.

Can you write out the sequence please? I assume Korg Tuner first....cheers.
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Marshmallow wrote:Update:

Got my MXR reverb and whipped out the old blue overdrive that is now discontinued. After checking my luggage here in Japan I don't know how I ended up with 2 of every pedal except chorus and the blue one haha

The size of my board is 455x255mm. Basically my ideal board. Required a lot of organizing though to make sure they all fit. Even the wiring was a nightmare. When I come back you guys can try my board!

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Free The Tone!
Miles - Mingus - Monk
Fender - Steinberger- Tobias
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foal30 wrote: Can you write out the sequence please? I assume Korg Tuner first....cheers.
Korg, Pigtronix, Wah, Hotcake, OCD clone, Alter Ego, RC30. The Reverb/Trem switch is not part of it, just there for convenience's sake.

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All the gear... absolutely no idea...

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Current Iteration. Added the GAFC and Moog Expression to the board and moved the delays to the bottom.
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Not gigged with this yet and still getting my head around the Clusterflux. The Deluxe Deluxe Plus is for when I use the non-reverb/trem practice amp.

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Radial PZ-pre with Boss tuner on the tuner output.

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Getting close to happy with this direct to PA pedalboard.
Latest version:
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Reg18 wrote:Getting close to happy with this direct to PA pedalboard.
Latest version:
Hey Reg how do you power your HXS? I’m figuring out how to power my HXS with a zuma/ojai

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KNNZ wrote:
Reg18 wrote:Getting close to happy with this direct to PA pedalboard.
Latest version:
Hey Reg how do you power your HXS? I’m figuring out how to power my HXS with a zuma/ojai
True Tone CS7, seems to work fine.

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I don't really have enough pedals to put on a board and I use them very infrequently.
I don't have any form of distortion or overdrive, I let the valves in the amp do that. It helps immensely having a built in switchable "Iron Man" attenuation in the amp.
Delay is a Danelectro 'Reel Echo' which is a modern digital delay with a Lo Fi setting that sounds like an old Tape Echo, in fact it sounds like my old Watkins Copy Cat did.
Dunlop Wah.
Janglebox, so my 12 string sounds like Roger McGuinn from the 60's .
If you haven't heard a Janglebox here's a couple of samples of one. It's an awesome device : -
http://www.janglebox.com/assets/chimes.mp3
http://www.janglebox.com/assets/bells-of-rhymney.mp3
http://www.janglebox.com/assets/turn!-turn!-turn!.mp3
A TC Electronics Arena Reverb and a Boss TR2 Trem as the Tone King Majesty hasn't got them built in.
And that's it.

Must admit that I have had a bit of a hankering for an Electric Mistress after listening to some early Andy Summers Police stuff.

Cheers and Enjoy the Janglebox clips.
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Philip_J_Fry wrote: Delay is a Danelectro 'Reel Echo' which is a modern digital delay with a Lo Fi setting that sounds like an old Tape Echo, in fact it sounds like my old Watkins Copy Cat did.
Dibs on the Reel Echo.
Gibson 335, Harmony H671, Epiphone Riviera & EJ200CE, Hagstrom Viking Bass, Doubleneck bass/guitar.
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