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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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The extremist, and the minimalist. I love them both.
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sizzlingbadger wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 4:46 pm IMG_5452.jpeg
An invisible pedalboard, I've seen it all now! :mental:
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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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jeremyb wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 5:47 pm
sizzlingbadger wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 4:46 pm IMG_5452.jpeg
An invisible pedalboard, I've seen it all now! :mental:
My thought too :)
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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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MikeC wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 6:31 pm
jeremyb wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 5:47 pm
sizzlingbadger wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 4:46 pm IMG_5452.jpeg
An invisible pedalboard, I've seen it all now! :mental:
My thought too :)
Naaah... I'd like to think Nik took inspiration from the "infinity pool", and now has an infinite (at least room-sized) pedal board!

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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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Maybe it's a hover board... :lol:
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We need a "Show us your pedalfloor" thread :mrgreen:
Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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jeremyb wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 6:54 pm We need a "Show us your pedalfloor" thread :mrgreen:
I remember those days! It was the unevenness of carpet that caused me to make my first ‘pedalboard’; it was a bread board I stole from the kitchen. Screwed a couple of risers onto the back and it was good to go! Lasted until I discovered the pleasures of impractically large pedals
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jeremyb wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 5:47 pm
sizzlingbadger wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 4:46 pm IMG_5452.jpeg
An invisible pedalboard, I've seen it all now! :mental:
Or not seen it, as the case may be...
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2010 rig compared to now, not sure it’s better tbh….just different.
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Nice progression there Reg, current board is looking good. Nice to see your Lester is operational and has risen from the ashes!
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Nice, Reg! What happened to that Mesa vertical cab? I need a 2nd :D

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robthemac wrote: Fri Jan 06, 2023 9:04 pm Latest iteration.

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Signal path: tuner --> Alpha Haunt --> Saint Mantis --> Sunset --> Flint --> MD-500 --> Volante --> NightSky.
Christ there's a lot of power on this board.

Not sure I really need anything more. Four gain stages of varying flavours, traditional reverbs from the Flint, fruity reverbs from the NightSky, super versatile modulation from the MD-500. Sounds absolutely huge.

The MD-500 can run two different modulations simultaneously. I have them in series at the moment. Works really well for subtle settings (e.g. vibrato + chorus with both really low depth). I think you can also run them in parallel (separate parameters for left and right). Quite a learning curve. Did a couple of quick recordings with the Iridium and the modulation adds so much character.
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robthemac wrote: Mon Jan 09, 2023 10:06 am The MD-500 can run two different modulations simultaneously. I have them in series at the moment. Works really well for subtle settings (e.g. vibrato + chorus with both really low depth). I think you can also run them in parallel (separate parameters for left and right). Quite a learning curve. Did a couple of quick recordings with the Iridium and the modulation adds so much character.
It's a fantastic unit, one of my favourite in the multi-effects space. Did take me a while to figure out how to have two effects running simultaneously on the same patch, but once I did it gave me a whole 'nother level of appreciation for it. I also took the time to figure out how to use one of the footswitches as a slow/fast button for the leslie :thumbup:
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Uni-Vibe and Mythos Octave arrived today, have put them onto the board and will give everything a good blast tomorrow :D

WAH → OCTAVE → UNI-VIBE → FUZZ → GUV’NOR → GE-7 → FLANGER → DELAY → HEADRUSH GIGBOARD → LANEY LH50R
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Very simple at the moment
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