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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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Nice board Chur, like chorus much :lol: So do you use actually use the wah with your left foot or you just deliberately make it hard on yourself :?:

I have a rather nice new shiny dual pedal on the way. Should have it by early next week so will post up a pic of the new board once it's on
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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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MiniForklift wrote: Wed Jun 01, 2022 10:47 am Nice board Chur, like chorus much :lol: So do you use actually use the wah with your left foot or you just deliberately make it hard on yourself :?:

I have a rather nice new shiny dual pedal on the way. Should have it by early next week so will post up a pic of the new board once it's on
Yep, only use my left. I was using it last night and found because I practice standing most of the time, I'm more stable standing on my right leg with the left moving the pedal. Maybe that's the key, its not so much the foot using the pedal, I just favour putting my weight on the stronger/favoured side/leg. Who knows, just makes laying a board out a pain in the dick..
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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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Candeevr4 wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 11:21 pm
ALTOIDS wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 10:33 pm
Candeevr4 wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 9:18 pm So new pedalboard status:
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Will probably get another power supply (either a cs6 or an R30 low profile) to stick underneath.

Toying up which expression to get to pair with the Stomp as well.
What’s the pedalboard?
Rockboard Duo 2.2
Thanks. I'm cutting down my pedal board size as well & looking at the duo range.
I haven't seen a lot of examples of isolated power supply fitting under duos.
Let me know how CS6 or R30 goes with the board.

I was thinking about getting a Fender Engine Room, and sticking it on top because it looks good. :D
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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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ALTOIDS wrote: Wed Jun 01, 2022 11:20 am
Candeevr4 wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 11:21 pm
ALTOIDS wrote: Tue May 31, 2022 10:33 pm

What’s the pedalboard?
Rockboard Duo 2.2
Thanks. I'm cutting down my pedal board size as well & looking at the duo range.
I haven't seen a lot of examples of isolated power supply fitting under duos.
Let me know how CS6 or R30 goes with the board.

I was thinking about getting a Fender Engine Room, and sticking it on top because it looks good. :D
Heres a cs6 under the Duo 2.1.
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And the R30:

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the 2.2 has an extra bay in the middle to help with this and it also can take the tray which helps too!

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Thanks Candeevr4.
CS6 seems pretty cramped.
I guess R30 is the best fit.
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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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ALTOIDS wrote: Wed Jun 01, 2022 11:47 am Thanks Candeevr4.
CS6 seems pretty cramped.
I guess R30 is the best fit.
Yeah it is a little cramped but I find the cs's are nicer in the fact I don't have to bridge multiple inputs to get the power for the stomp. :D

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New delay/reverb in and on :)
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My latest iteration, after convincing myself I was very happy with my boss GT1 set up, I made the mistake of plugging actual pedals back in…

Apologies to those of you who care about things like pedals being sideways or 180deg. But it all fits on a pt-jnr.

Vapor trail is always on and the volume pedal controls the delay mix, the Roland sustain pedal is my tap tempo for the dd5, I like sustain pedals for that job.
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This has been my pedal board for the last couple of weeks.
I've sold most of my pedals and the board.
A new pedalboard and a couple of pedals are on the way.

But this cut-down board has been an interesting experience.
This goes into a DarkTerror with the gain set to low.
Now I'm playing more with a clean tone + always on delay.
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jeremyb wrote: Sat Apr 16, 2022 3:55 pm Got the ODR-1 mini on there now and setup with stereo out from the flint :)
How's the odr-1 mini compare to the 'non mini'. Love my odr-1 but these mini pedals imo are generally great, and space saving obviously.

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hudsonsaul wrote: Mon Jun 06, 2022 7:56 pm
jeremyb wrote: Sat Apr 16, 2022 3:55 pm Got the ODR-1 mini on there now and setup with stereo out from the flint :)
How's the odr-1 mini compare to the 'non mini'. Love my odr-1 but these mini pedals imo are generally great, and space saving obviously.
Never tried the full size unfortunately! It now has a new home with Slowy :-)
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“Never tried the full size”

Well I never
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Current state of the boards at my place. Main board and the "gone a bit loopy" board.

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Phwoar!!! How do you find the Zoia? There's one on TM at the mo that I'm sniffing around.

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Conway wrote: Thu Jun 09, 2022 4:33 pm Current state of the boards at my place. Main board and the "gone a bit loopy" board.
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