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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by TremoJem » Thu Apr 05, 2012 6:26 am

I love the sound of the V30s in the Tremoverbs.

I do, however, love the bottom end and punch of the Marshall's 75s.

Here is the rub.

The Tremoverbs are semi-open back so there really isn't any punch or authority with the bottom end.

The Marshall has the 75s in it and I am not a fan of them.

If you look at the pic you will see that the combos are on stands and the Marshall has the wheels removed and is sitting on the floor.

This is intentional, as I get the sweet V30s in my face and the bottom end from the Marshall below my belt, although the frequencies from the Marshall that I don't like can still be heard depending on where you stand, so I am not convinced that by it's placement below my belt, that I can state that it is sweeping below me and therefore non existent except for non-directional lower frequencies (if it even matters).

It is all relevant, as we all like different flavors of ice cream, so I don't want to put it down, it's just that I would be happier with all V30s.

If you like the 75s then I can say that they crush with this setup.

They are bone crushing.

Back in the 90s I had two of these cabs and a rig that was all digital.

I had 800 digital super clean, and I mean clean, watts of power 400/400.

I had a digital preamp and effects processor.

My band played covers like Whitesnake when Vai played with them etc. and this rig was amazing.

What was missing with that rig was tubes...tubes...tubes.

I would never go back.

First of all, everything was mic'd. Stage volumes were low.

The few times I turned it up LOUD it kinda sounded thin I guess, but whatever, that was then and this is now.

I will say that when I turn up my two Tremoverbs to half the volume of the other rig when I played it LOUD my ears would bleed.

No comparison.
Ibanez Jem 7VWH > Bad Horsie II Wah > Radial JX-2 ABY Switch > Two Tremoverb Combos
Mesa Channel Switch DTDP & Mesa FXLoop Switch DTDP
TC Electronic G-Major & Ernie Ball Volume Pedal & Behringer FCB 1010
Assorted Tubes
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Shadow.Se7en » Mon Apr 30, 2012 5:54 pm

Hello Ben,

Thanks for the info! I'm going to look into it, I'm looking for something that will make it just a bit easier to control my effects. Something for the smaller gigs.......This might be it.......

Thanks again!
S7 :twisted:


Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
Mesa Boogie 4X12 Std Cab
Marshall 1960 4x12 Cab
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Ibanez RG570
Ibanez RG350 DX
Ibanez 321MH

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by geetar_geek79 » Tue May 15, 2012 8:59 am

This is the first time I have ever put a pedalboard together. I have not heard or played an SLO before but the S2 sounds killer on its own right (and very versatile)...

it's a mixture of cheap to high end pedals; I just go with what I like pretty much.

any suggestion on ONE power supply that can power it all that'll fit under that board (with the exception of the magnum because I'm sure that would be too much)? right now just i'm using a one-spot and the power supplies that came with the timeline and ethos. it's all a mess underneath it. :roll:


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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Mobi » Mon May 21, 2012 10:27 am

My current Pedalboard. I have installed some blue leds underneath, powered by the pedal power 2 plus.


And a small vid about the LEDs... :

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by MesaENGR412 » Thu Aug 09, 2012 4:41 pm

New (to me) SKB pedalboard




Info on the setup:
Added The Line 6 Relay G50 wireless system and replaced the Maxon OD808 with a MXR ZW44 overdrive as a boost.
Everything is labeled with gaff tape, so, no residue.

Fractal Axe FX II MK II/GCP
Multiwatt Dual Rec Blackface/White tolex-EL34
Recto 4x12-C90/V30 x pattern, RK 2x12 - White Bronco/Black grille
Schecter SLS-FR/Hellraiser Extreme-FR/Blackjack C7-FR
Endorsements: Mesa Boogie/Schecter/Planet Waves/D'Addario

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Triaxstasy » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:43 pm

Very simple:
Lexicon MPX-R1 plus Rocktron HEX (used as expression pedal hooked up to the R1)

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by roushracer » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:50 am


Bogner Blue is gone and guitars have changed to a PRS SC245 and old Gibson LP Special DC.

Love this amp!!! Also have a few other Mesas, but this is my favorite!

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by jmontgomery » Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:02 am

Here's one I built. Took about a half hour including a coat of paint. Used scrap lumber from a shelving project. I'll post another when its finished.

Jeff M.

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Trey Blue » Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:45 am

My current board.

I have been running it with a PRS Hollowbody II into a MkIII Blue/2x12v. It's raised 4" in the back - I think it improves the sweep of the volume and the wah, plus it makes it easier to access the upper level without hitting the dials of the lower level.

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by bendo » Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:03 pm

Throttle Box and SmartGate are new additions.


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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by jdurso » Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:25 pm

roushracer wrote:Image

Bogner Blue is gone and guitars have changed to a PRS SC245 and old Gibson LP Special DC.

Love this amp!!! Also have a few other Mesas, but this is my favorite!

Just curious as to what you thought of the Bogner Blue? Just sold my roadster to fund an ED and when I last played an ED I demo'd it with the Bogner Red and was floored.
Amps: LSC 1x12
Cabs: Basson 2x12
Guitars: PRS "McBraz" Brazilian McCarty
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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by FLYING V 83 » Wed Aug 14, 2013 11:14 pm

New to the forums (just bought a DC5 tonight!)
Here's my current gigging board:


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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by Dino. » Fri Aug 16, 2013 1:23 am

Wow, there are some NICE pedals here!
My pedalboard is pretty boring in comparison. :lol:

* PRS and Gibson Guitars
* Mesa Dual Rectifier and 4x12 Recto Cabinet
* Peavey (1st gen) 5150 head w/ (2) Marshall 1960A/B 4x12 cabinets

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by TimeSignature » Sat Aug 17, 2013 9:36 pm

My main board at the moment with my wild card OD / Distortion pedals.

Marshall JVM210h / PRS 2x12 cab
Fender: US Strat, Performer; Gibson: LP Std, LP Trad Pro, Classic; PRS Cust24, Ibanez: FP77, JPM100 P1, FR1620, RT452, RG470, RG752

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Re: Post your pedalboard

Post by ironjose » Thu Sep 12, 2013 3:25 am


This is my board...
The Joyo PXL PRO was a saver for me... it can change the channels on my Roadster so now I program everything...
the Joyo Vintage OD its freaking awesome... it boost like no other... just took away the Bad Monkey for it...

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