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  • tone1tone1 Frets: 1862
    edited November 2018
    tone1 said:
    Always like delay last.... I haven’t tried it before Reverb for ages.... but seeing as it’s raining, I’ll give it go and report back....
    Just reporting back....Well it turns out I prefer delay before Reverb... I’ve also simplified by going back to my single row Smorg board and adding the Skreddy 1971 and temporarily removing my Palmer Distortion...........So it goes, Skreddy 1971>Hudson 9v Broadcast >Analogman Chorus>Boss DD2 delay>Strymon Flint..... :)

    https://i.imgur.com/6vVdbn1.jpg
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  • GadgetGadget Frets: 622
    tone1 said:
    tone1 said:
    Always like delay last.... I haven’t tried it before Reverb for ages.... but seeing as it’s raining, I’ll give it go and report back....
    Just reporting back....Well it turns out I prefer delay before Reverb... I’ve also simplified by going back to my single row Smorg board and adding the Skreddy 1971 and temporarily removing my Palmer Distortion...........So it goes, Skreddy 1971>Hudson 9v Broadcast >Analogman Chorus>Boss DD2 delay>Strymon Flint..... :)

    https://i.imgur.com/6vVdbn1.jpg
    You know it makes sense ;)

    Nice looking little board there.
    I think, therefore.... I... ummmm........
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  • Paul_CPaul_C Frets: 4667

    This "should" be the last layout for a while* ;)

    httpwwwarrowheadguitarscoukpicspeds2018jpg

    *at least until after Christmas.
    CEO ACME Moats Inc.
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  • UnclePsychosisUnclePsychosis Frets: 5459
    edited November 2018
    https://imgur.com/tt9APUW.jpg

    Really happy with this. You have my permission to abuse me if you see me buying anything new anytime soon. 

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  • pmgpmg Frets: 230
    Lebarque said:
    darcym said:
    nice to see an orginal Tim getting some love. 
    Curious knobs on it though. Sure mine didn't have ones like that! It's a little known fact, but Tim sounds better than Timmy. 
    Wisdom awarded for this
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  • FezFez Frets: 203


    I have downsized to a pedalboard with a soft case from one with it's own gravitational field.
    The Wah won't fit on and I haven't found a mini one I like as yet.
    I swapped the Marshall Ed the compressor for a mini Hypergravity.
    Don't touch that dial.
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  • LebarqueLebarque Frets: 1009
    Fez said:


    I have downsized to a pedalboard with a soft case from one with it's own gravitational field.
    The Wah won't fit on and I haven't found a mini one I like as yet.
    I swapped the Marshall Ed the compressor for a mini Hypergravity.
    @Fez Grab an Xotic wah. By far the best I've tried, and I've tried many! Small enough to fit on your board too I should think.
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  • FezFez Frets: 203
    @Lebarque ; I shall look at the Xotic wah then. It's not an immediate concern as the off board solution is ok but it would be neater to have it all on board.
    Don't touch that dial.
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  • MayneheadMaynehead Frets: 1352
    Here’s mine after swapping out an Xotic SL Drive for a JRAD .45 Caliber, and upgrading my Polytune 2 for a polytune 3 with the Bonafide buffer built in. I was using the Soul Food as a buffer but it wasn’t buffering the wah or the tuner due to its location. The looper is looping both the delay and EQ, and I use it as a solo boost in the fx loop.

    https://i.imgur.com/fPKQdvT.jpg

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  • FezFez Frets: 203
    Lebarque said:
    Fez said:


    I have downsized to a pedalboard with a soft case from one with it's own gravitational field.
    The Wah won't fit on and I haven't found a mini one I like as yet.
    I swapped the Marshall Ed the compressor for a mini Hypergravity.
    @Fez Grab an Xotic wah. By far the best I've tried, and I've tried many! Small enough to fit on your board too I should think.
    The Xotic wah looks well exotic and the size good but damn it's pricey. I can't help thinking that Vox (Korg) have missed a trick by not putting out a midget wah.
    Don't touch that dial.
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  • LebarqueLebarque Frets: 1009
    Fez said:
    Lebarque said:
    Fez said:


    I have downsized to a pedalboard with a soft case from one with it's own gravitational field.
    The Wah won't fit on and I haven't found a mini one I like as yet.
    I swapped the Marshall Ed the compressor for a mini Hypergravity.
    @Fez Grab an Xotic wah. By far the best I've tried, and I've tried many! Small enough to fit on your board too I should think.
    The Xotic wah looks well exotic and the size good but damn it's pricey. I can't help thinking that Vox (Korg) have missed a trick by not putting out a midget wah.
    @Fez ; Yes, it's pricey, but worth it IMO. They do pop up fairly regularly on here too. too loveliness, but smoothed out a bit, with EQ. Great size too. The mini ones feel too small to me, but Xotic is perfect. It's beaten plenty of boutique off my board, including Teese RMC, Fulltone Clyde, Wilson, CAE. Very impressive.
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  • Fishboy7Fishboy7 Frets: 348
    edited December 2018
      

    The latest arrangement.  The pedaltrain metro 20 is too narrow for 2 rows so it's time to look for a bigger pedalboard I guess
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  • VJIvesVJIves Frets: 244
    Fishboy7 said:
      

    The latest arrangement.  The pedaltrain metro 20 is too narrow for 2 rows so it's time to look for a bigger pedalboard I guess
    I'd want that on some kind of revolving disc, microwave style
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  • FezFez Frets: 203
    @Fishboy7 I've just come down to a metro 20 from a pedaldeck and I am still tweeking the positions.
    Don't touch that dial.
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  • JotaJota Frets: 93
    Fishboy7 said:
      

    The latest arrangement.  The pedaltrain metro 20 is too narrow for 2 rows so it's time to look for a bigger pedalboard I guess
    Sorry but you're just bad at Pedal Tetris!
    You may need longer cables.
    (Canyon in place of the W&C)

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  • downbytheriverdownbytheriver Frets: 232
    edited December 2018
    Complete revision - fuzzbubble out, babyface Tremolo out, Sugar drive in, third dimension in, deep blue delay in. Thinking about the Rumble Seat - truly great pedal but do I use it to best effect? Might replace it with a MIAB and use amp Reverb. The Joe Walsh Double Classic stays forever - the heart of the system. 
    https://i.imgur.com/zQV5qK4.jpg
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  • Fishboy7Fishboy7 Frets: 348
    Jota said:
    Fishboy7 said:
      

    The latest arrangement.  The pedaltrain metro 20 is too narrow for 2 rows so it's time to look for a bigger pedalboard I guess
    Sorry but you're just bad at Pedal Tetris!
    You may need longer cables.
    (Canyon in place of the W&C)

    Ha. Thats awsome! 
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  • Complete revision - fuzzbubble out, babyface Tremolo out, Sugar drive in, third dimension in, deep blue delay in. Thinking about the Rumble Seat - truly great pedal but do I use it to best effect? Might replace it with a MIAB and use amp Reverb. The Joe Walsh Double Classic stays forever - the heart of the system. 
    https://i.imgur.com/zQV5qK4.jpg
    Ultra successful- bandmate said he couldn’t believe how good the tone is. Putting it down to the Sugar Drive - always on, nearly clean. Third dimension is interesting but yet to find its niche. Deep Blue delay on very short single repeat (thank you Matt Schofield) is brilliant for solos. Rumble Seat... still love it’s delay for slapback rockabilly style and the Marshall sound is staggering but I use it once in the set. Still thinking
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  • tone1tone1 Frets: 1862
    Updated one from me.....I took my Palmer Distortion off for about 10 minutes and realised resistance was useless, so it’s back on permanently..... My GAS is pretty minimal at the moment but that Free the tone String Slinger looks nice..... anyway I think this is me until the next time... :)

    https://i.imgur.com/uzktmsR.jpg
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  • dindudedindude Frets: 5821
    Latest iteration...

    https://i.imgur.com/SDyiMrC.jpg

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  • tone1tone1 Frets: 1862
    @dindude ;

    I thought the LGW had been changed? I see you’ve also succumbed to the Duellist... :)
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  • dindudedindude Frets: 5821
    tone1 said:
    @dindude ;

    I thought the LGW had been changed? I see you’ve also succumbed to the Duellist... :)
    Had it off the board for a few months but really missed it, it’s been a big part of my boards for around 6 years prior so it’s early it’s place. The Duellist is fantastic.
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  • Paul7926Paul7926 Frets: 173
    Starting to dabble in this pedal addiction.  As can be seen from the below pic I'm doing this 'on the cheap' and have no real clue at all.   :)



    I'e added a Ditto Looper to the end of this recently.  That's a lot of fun.
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  • KeefyKeefy Frets: 376
    dindude said:
    Now that is one well-sorted board Mr @dindude!
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  • Paul7926 said:
    Starting to dabble in this pedal addiction.  As can be seen from the below pic I'm doing this 'on the cheap' and have no real clue at all.   :)



    I'e added a Ditto Looper to the end of this recently.  That's a lot of fun.
    How is that Donner tuner? I've been looking on and off at budget friendly tuners. 
    Dum dum dum, dum dum de dum, dum dum dum, dum dummmm.
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  • dindudedindude Frets: 5821
    Keefy said:
    dindude said:
    Latest iteration...


    Now that is one well-sorted board Mr @dindude!
    Cheers, it's been an evolution for a while!
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  • Paul7926Paul7926 Frets: 173
    How is that Donner tuner? I've been looking on and off at budget friendly tuners. 
    Seems fine to me.  I got it second hand. It's as accurate as the head stock tuner I used to use and they both agree with each other.  More than that I can't really say.  It does it's job fine.  It's a 'string at a time' tuner and I don't use any fancy tunings so I'm not expecting much from it.

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  • Paul7926 said:
    How is that Donner tuner? I've been looking on and off at budget friendly tuners. 
    Seems fine to me.  I got it second hand. It's as accurate as the head stock tuner I used to use and they both agree with each other.  More than that I can't really say.  It does it's job fine.  It's a 'string at a time' tuner and I don't use any fancy tunings so I'm not expecting much from it.

    I'm not keen on the multi string type ones ( I know what you mean, I just can't think of the proper term). Ta. 
    Dum dum dum, dum dum de dum, dum dum dum, dum dummmm.
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  • teradaterada Frets: 3667
    Mine has changed quite a bit since my last pic, the RC3 lives off board as I only use it at home and I find it easier to use that way...




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  • Sick of 3dpt. Sick of overpriced hyped up pedals pedals. Slowly going back to basics with boss and dod. Got an audition coming up, this board just feels right and sounds good.

    Ps 3 there for wonk options and detune sounds better than chorus

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