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Freddy V-C wrote:I didn't like the idea of spending the best part of £100 on a board only a few inches wider than my previous one, so erm...
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daaaaaamn... go big or go home, fred! saw your comment about top mounting power, and with that much real estate, it totally makes sense!

i'm actually considering setting up a small pedal board for quick and dirty, easy travelling. haven't decided what "essentials" i'd want to put on it.
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ekwatts wrote:So, too late for Freddy, but if anyone else fancies an absurdly big metal pedalboard with accompanying bag, then hit me up. £45? Although I won't get around to sending it for like two weeks.
As if, hahaha. I've fucked it here. Could have saved myself £40!
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Post: # 1426209Post Bacchus »

Slight tweaking of the boards. Heading for a jam with a drummer and a bassist tomorrow for some experimental stuff. This should do it.

Dropped the Dreambox and the OCD/DLS. The Matamp along with the two McPherson dirt pedals (first in chain) is all the dirt I think I'll need for this.

Mooer SkyVerb is there to join the two boards together until I make a longer patch cable or think of something else to place above the wah.

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ekwatts wrote: So, too late for Freddy, but if anyone else fancies an absurdly big metal pedalboard with accompanying bag, then hit me up. £45? Although I won't get around to sending it for like two weeks.
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I put this together tonight. Won't have chance to play loud until Thursday, but having had a knock around through a practice amp for 20 minutes I'm feeling pretty thrilled about it!

I did try mounting the power supply on the bottom, because the board is designed with that in mind, but it wasn't working for me.

It doesn't look as bare as I feared it might, and to be honest I'm clumsy enough that having the pedals a couple of inches apart will definitely make my life easier. I kept hitting two pedals at once by mistake on my old board.

I'm not dead set on the layout, and I may end up reordering the signal chain (chorus after dirt, perhaps?), but right now it goes:

Boss DD3 > TC Electronic Sub 'n' Up (replacing my Mooer Pure Octave which shit the bed) > TC Electronic June 60 > TC Electronic Eyemaster > Electro-Harmonix Silencer > Tomsline Black Teeth > Behringer TU300

Also planning to add a second DD3, replace the Black Teeth with a proper RAT (haven't had any problems with it in almost 2 years but it feels flimsy so I don't trust it), and possibly add a Big Muff into the mix. The PWT80 is only designed to power 8 pedals, but I thiiink I could just daisy chain a couple of the less power hungry ones if I needed 9 (can anyone confirm/deny?). I'm also tempted to experiment with the Silencer's effects loop at some point.
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Post: # 1426737Post Bacchus »

Added some dirt back in by way of a Fuzz Factory. I love that pedal.

Think I'm settled on this. There's so many noises to be had out of this set up now.

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Yep, liking this very much. Gonnae dump ideas and tonez here.



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I'm always taking photos of knob settings then forgetting I have them.

Also running out of room on the nano+. I do like having only one line of pedals though.

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What do you think of the ODR-1, Thom? Funnily enough was looking at them earlier today.
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Post: # 1428077Post Thom »

I only got it this week so it’s early days but I like it a lot so far. It has got a ton of bass and sounds really fat with single coils. Pretty natural response and stacks well. The spectrum control is unusual but not in a bad way. Sounds mega through the bassman, not quite as good through the Marshall.
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