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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by CrazyYoshi73 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 3:55 pm

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by KiwiJoe » Tue Nov 26, 2013 1:55 pm

CrazyYoshi73 wrote:Image
:? No Mesa amp + No Mesa pedals = Why is it on a Mesa forum? :?:
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Jackie » Tue Nov 26, 2013 3:41 pm

He does have a red croc Tremoverb. :wink:

This is post your pedalboard, not rig anyway. :)
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by KiwiJoe » Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:52 pm

Jackie wrote:He does have a red croc Tremoverb. :wink:

You have insider info, obviously. :lol:
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by KiwiJoe » Wed Nov 27, 2013 7:49 pm

Grid Slammer is back onboard. It's a great match for the Mini Rec, like having a third channel.

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by gitapik » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:00 pm

KiwiJoe wrote:Grid Slammer is back onboard. It's a great match for the Mini Rec, like having a third channel.

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Nice. What's the gray one in the middle?
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by KiwiJoe » Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:30 pm

gitapik wrote:Nice. What's the gray one in the middle?
Thanks, mate.

Ahhh, that one in question is the Fromel Shape, a quasi-parametric EQ.

http://fromelelectronics.com/pedals/Shape-EQ

Absolutely incredible, intuitive, QUIET "secret sauce" tone shaper. I have it first in the fx loop, set for mid-boost (to help my Mini Rec get closer to the old Marks like yours :wink: ). I can't say enough about it. Highly recommended.
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by gitapik » Wed Nov 27, 2013 11:01 pm

KiwiJoe wrote:
gitapik wrote:Nice. What's the gray one in the middle?
Thanks, mate.

Ahhh, that one in question is the Fromel Shape, a quasi-parametric EQ.

http://fromelelectronics.com/pedals/Shape-EQ

Absolutely incredible, intuitive, QUIET "secret sauce" tone shaper. I have it first in the fx loop, set for mid-boost (to help my Mini Rec get closer to the old Marks like yours :wink: ). I can't say enough about it. Highly recommended.
Cool. Add a lot of colors to that 335. Great rig!
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'11 G&L ASAT Classic
'69 Les Paul Custom
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Blues Jr (BillM mods)
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National Radiotone reso
Fernandez Classical
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Schertler "David" Amp

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Cory » Sat Nov 30, 2013 5:27 pm

KiwiJoe wrote:
skydizzle wrote:Image
Here's a more recent pic of my board, although I've swapped a few things in and out. I'll have to take another pic of my current set up.
:shock: Everything but the kitchen sink...and a Mesa amp. Just sayin', you know, since this is a Mesa forum. :lol:
[/quote]Wow & Why!? - haha. This is crazy. Here I'm concerned about coloring my tone through my 5-pedal true bypass set up lol - does your guitar even sound like a guitar anymore after running through that monster! :shock: In all seriousness, this is super cool - I used to be effects crazy too (had a board about half this size at one point). How's the roadster treatin' ya!?[/quote]
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by FLYING V 83 » Thu Dec 05, 2013 1:47 am

Latest gigging board:
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Chain is:

Wampler Superplex >
Weehbo JCM Drive >
MI Megalith Delta >
Dr. Sci Elements >
Jim Klacik elMore >
C'Bread Naga Viper >
C'Bread SCOD >
POG2 >
C'Bread Semaphore >
ISP Decimator >

Dave Boggs 5-Loooper

1: shared between Boss AC2 & TC Vortex (either/or)
2: Strymon Ola
3: Korg Pitchblack
4: EQD Dispatch Master
5: Morley Maverick

Out to:
Jamman XT Express >

Mesa Boogie DC5 1x12 50w combo

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POG2 has it's own p/s
Strymon Ola uses the One Spot
DC Brick powers the Naga @ 18v, Loooper, Jamman and whole top row minus the EQD & Ola.
PP2+ powers all dirt & EQD.
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by TimeSignature » Mon Dec 23, 2013 10:59 am

CrazyYoshi73 wrote:Image
Love the Peavey Rage! I had one of those in the early 90's. Even used it at band practice. LOL

Some nice pedals, btw.
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by skydizzle » Thu Dec 26, 2013 6:14 am

Cory wrote:
KiwiJoe wrote:
skydizzle wrote:Image
Here's a more recent pic of my board, although I've swapped a few things in and out. I'll have to take another pic of my current set up.
:shock: Everything but the kitchen sink...and a Mesa amp. Just sayin', you know, since this is a Mesa forum. :lol:
Wow & Why!? - haha. This is crazy. Here I'm concerned about coloring my tone through my 5-pedal true bypass set up lol - does your guitar even sound like a guitar anymore after running through that monster! :shock: In all seriousness, this is super cool - I used to be effects crazy too (had a board about half this size at one point). How's the roadster treatin' ya!?[/quote][/quote]

Haha actually I've slimmed my board down a ton. I got a little crazy buying pedals on eBay a while back and just tried them all out to see which ones I liked best. I sold a bunch of them. Now I'm running a tubescreamer, bd2, bf2, ce2, evh phase 90, mxr eq, crybaby, dl4, and a decimator. It's still quite a few but some are only on the clean amps, and some on the dirty amps, so it doesn't color the tone much. I absolutely LOVE my roadster!
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PRS CE22
PRS SE Tremonti
Fender Telecaster Plus
Ibanez GRG7221
Gibson LPJ
Epiphone Les Paul

Mesa Tremoverb
Peavey 6505
EVH 5150 III
Laney Ironheart
Carvin X100B
Marshall 1960B
Marshall 1960A
Randall R412CXM
Orange PPC412C

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by skydizzle » Thu Dec 26, 2013 6:47 am

Image This is what I'm currently using.

Image After selling a bunch of stuff, this is all the excess pedals I have left. If you're interested, PM me. I will also probably post in the classifieds.

I have a Mesa 4FB and an Orange PPC412C on the way. I sold my Marshall DSL100, and I'm troubleshooting my Carvin X100B. Next on the list is a Laney Ironheart. I'm trying to narrow it down between the 6505 and 6505+. And I'm still wanting another Mesa, possibly a Mark V...
PRS Custom 24
PRS CE22
PRS SE Tremonti
Fender Telecaster Plus
Ibanez GRG7221
Gibson LPJ
Epiphone Les Paul

Mesa Tremoverb
Peavey 6505
EVH 5150 III
Laney Ironheart
Carvin X100B
Marshall 1960B
Marshall 1960A
Randall R412CXM
Orange PPC412C

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