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i think that pedalboard is worth more than my house

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Thanks, guys! It is the result of a bit of trial and error (a few pedals came and went in the process) and many hours of youtube videos.

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I've nearly finished my collection.
I'm after a Danelectro Dan-O-Wah if anyone knows of one.
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sunburster wrote:
Sat Jul 18, 2020 4:22 pm
Here's mine! I love all these pedals.

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Signal Chain: Tube Screamer Mini > Loomer > Pitchfactor > DD-500 > Ola > Flint > Timeline > Big Sky > Immerse MKII

All arranged on a Pedaltrain Classic 1 with nary a centimeter to spare. Powered by the excellent Eventide PowerMAX which is mounted on the underside with the official GRIP.

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NOTES: The Pitchfactor has a great tuner built-in. I use the Loomer almost exclusively as a Big Muff-style Fuzz (it has a great EQ selection and just sounds great overall). TS Mini is my favorite overdrive and takes up almost no space. The Immerse MKII is at the end of the chain because it is buffered bypass (the only buffer in my chain) and it sums to mono (unlike the Big Sky) for those times when I only want to play through one amp.

I put this together over the past two months. I sold my Boss GT-1000 to help fund this, and while that is a great unit for what it is, it is hard to express in words how much more I am enjoying these pedals without resorting to hyperbolic cliches. Suffice it to say I will never go back to a multi-effects unit.
That is a damn fine board, kudos to you. I realise that you have zero space but let me know if you wanted a Boss MD-500 as I'm selling mine - would look pretty good next to your DD-500 !!
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Thanks, if I were in the market for an MD-500 yours looks like a great deal. I don't have the space or need for one though. Might sell the DD-500 too as I have a Dig and DD-7 coming soon and those could fit in the DD-500's spot. Then I could run one before the Timeline and one after. :D I'll see, though. If I prefer the sound of the DD-500 it will stay on the board.

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sunburster wrote:
Fri Jul 31, 2020 2:25 pm
Thanks, if I were in the market for an MD-500 yours looks like a great deal. I don't have the space or need for one though. Might sell the DD-500 too as I have a Dig and DD-7 coming soon and those could fit in the DD-500's spot. Then I could run one before the Timeline and one after. :D I'll see, though. If I prefer the sound of the DD-500 it will stay on the board.
The DIG's look good, remember being impressed by it on one of the 'That Pedal Show' episodes a while back. Think the best delay I ever had on my board was the Volante, would like to get one of those again at some point :thumbup:
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Mini Forklift wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 9:30 am
Think the best delay I ever had on my board was the Volante, would like to get one of those again at some point :thumbup:

Why did you sell the Volante, out of interest?

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Very modest pedalboard for moi, but it brings me much joy-o :mental:
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jeremyb wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 11:02 am
Very modest pedalboard for moi, but it brings me much joy-o :mental:
that's really well put together!!! looks a million dollars!!!
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jeremyb wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 11:02 am
Very modest pedalboard for moi, but it brings me much joy-o :mental:
How do you find the Sirius and what sort of stuff do you use it for?

I scored one in a trade, being keen on NZ made stuff, especially with a forum connection, but found its too much fuzz for me.

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jimi wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 2:11 pm
jeremyb wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 11:02 am
Very modest pedalboard for moi, but it brings me much joy-o :mental:
too much fuzz
What the fuck does this mean?

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jimi wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 2:11 pm
jeremyb wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 11:02 am
Very modest pedalboard for moi, but it brings me much joy-o :mental:
How do you find the Sirius and what sort of stuff do you use it for?

I scored one in a trade, being keen on NZ made stuff, especially with a forum connection, but found its too much fuzz for me.
It's got a lot of gain eh!! Try it on the setting in my picture, it's quite smooth like this with my Strat, kinda after a mild fuzz tone for hendrixy fuzz face tones, fully realise it's an IC based muff but....

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AiRdAd wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 1:58 pm
jeremyb wrote:
Mon Aug 03, 2020 11:02 am
Very modest pedalboard for moi, but it brings me much joy-o :mental:
that's really well put together!!! looks a million dollars!!!
Cheers Danny!! Got a lot jammed in there, all my delays, reverb, and modulation stuff is done on the katana, just prefer actual pedals for adding dirt :)

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robthemac wrote:
Sun Aug 02, 2020 10:43 am
Why did you sell the Volante, out of interest?
Can't remember, likely to fund some other GAS I'm sure :lol:
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