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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:New board for me, just waiting for one last pedal to arrive. Will post a pic up early next week once it's all assembled
Well here it is, hoping to get some time this week to spend some time dialing in some sounds. I have my HH Electronic 'Multi Echo' tape in the FX Loop, advantage of this is that I can just turn it on whenever I want it :D

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Just updated with a few additions. May pull off the SD-1W.

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Dano_NZ wrote:Just updated with a few additions. May pull off the SD-1W.

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Hnnnng Flint...

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Have this on the way from the fine gentleman that is Troy, damn I have had a bit of a spendy time lately

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Going to replace the Marshall Guv'nor with it :thumbup:
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Thanks Troy aka JellyBelly, what a GC :thumbup:

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Current iteration:

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Currently waiting on a couple of pedals from Toany and some bits from the rs and ill redo all the cables as they are almost all too short with the new pedalboard.

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A Neunaber Slate is underneath providing reverb for the guitar signal on left channel and drums from the Boss RC-10R on the right (into a Hendriksen PA, which also takes the vocals from the TC Helicon).

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Pedalboard I sold Candeevr4 back in my hands again, Rockboard Mod 1 patchbay has 5 TRS thru sockets, and I have it wired for in / out / effects send / effects receive, and soon to be the GA-FC controller once I have a couple more TRS plugs.

Budget power from a Caline P5 to power it all, and Harley Benton patch cables (which are the easiest ones in the universe to make).

The Infinity 2 and the Mosky Reverb are in the effects loop :)
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Conway wrote:I've downsized my main board from a PT3 to a Temple Board Duo 24. Got a few pedals to sell soon. And a mini number 2 board on a Temple Solo 18.

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Hi All,

I've ticked of all my list (list of Japanese pedals) for the time being and have adjusted my pedalboard. I will probably invest on a switcher next but this will be it for a while.

Feel free to research them. They usually don't have good demos but they sound awesome after trying most of the pedals available

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Very simple but I'm satisfied.

Ever wonder what effects pedal shops in Japan look like?
Here's one.. just a small shop. You're welcome.

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Marshmallow wrote:Hi All,

I've ticked of all my list (list of Japanese pedals) for the time being and have adjusted my pedalboard. I will probably invest on a switcher next but this will be it for a while.

Feel free to research them. They usually don't have good demos but they sound awesome after trying most of the pedals available

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Very simple but I'm satisfied.

Ever wonder what effects pedal shops in Japan look like?
Here's one.. just a small shop. You're welcome.

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Got an 8 loop switcher with midi going if your keen

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Conway wrote:Image

A Neunaber Slate is underneath providing reverb for the guitar signal on left channel and drums from the Boss RC-10R on the right (into a Hendriksen PA, which also takes the vocals from the TC Helicon).
I just spent 10 minutes skimming an hour of videos telling me how easy the Zola was to use. At no point did I find where they stopped talking and actually made a sound. :crazy:
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Current:
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Signal path is into the board via the mod 2, into the compressor, into the es5, then the orion, bronson, rogue, texan and stratus are in the loops, the judge is after the es and the carbon copy is in the Katana's loop.

Es5 is controlling the Katana via midi(channel switching and turning effects off on patch changes) and the moog expression is controlling the Katana'svolume via midi through the es5.

Looking at a new tuner to replace the pitchblack and maybe adding a Joyo American Sound as the Darkglass options are a tad expensive...

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I recommend a tuner with 'sweetened' presets. I tune before gig and in breaks with a Peterson strobe tuner and it's honestly like a light bulb going on it makes such a massive difference. everything sounds sweeter and I don't have to tweak so much in between songs. I use the Peterson guitar preset with a couple of minor edits to suit my ear.

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rickenbackerkid wrote:I recommend a tuner with 'sweetened' presets. I tune before gig and in breaks with a Peterson strobe tuner and it's honestly like a light bulb going on it makes such a massive difference. everything sounds sweeter and I don't have to tweak so much in between songs. I use the Peterson guitar preset with a couple of minor edits to suit my ear.
Can you explain this a bit more Ben? I thought a tuner was a tuner.
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