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    Modulation - What's currently on your board?

    I play Blues, Rock, Ambient... Fulltone Clyde Deluxe wah DryBell Vibe Machine V1 Fulltone Supa-Trem Skreddy Echo delay with modulation
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    Show Your Pedalboard: 2020

    I haven't bought any pedals in years! This still works very well for me, although I may be looking for a replacement of some sort for the Drybell Vibe. .
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    What is your main overdrive pedal? (2020 Edition)

    Timmy V2 Wampler Ecstacy (Euphoria)
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    Confessions of a Delay Whore...

    For me that would be the Maxon AD999. Delicious!
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    (homemade Only) Pedalboard Pics

    'Thrown together' with dovetail joints... very nice!
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    (homemade Only) Pedalboard Pics

    That's such a California colour :) Well done!
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    (homemade Only) Pedalboard Pics

    ^^^ Cool little setup. Nice work :)
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    2015 What are your favorite high end cables for guitar effects?

    I used to use George L's on my pedalboard but switched to Evidence Monorail and haven't looked back.
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    Which drive has stood the test of time for you?

    Wampler Ecstasy (now Euphoria) for me. Extremely flexible and plays well with fuzz, wah, other overdrives, you name it.
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    Show Your Pedalboard Thread #40-49 And Following

    My kind of board. Excellent!
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    Show Your Pedalboard Thread #40-49 And Following

    That's a very fine looking board. Love it!
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    Best Semi-Hollow under $2000

    I went through a similar search not that long ago and decided on a Yamaha SA2200. Personally I would not trade it for anything.
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    Show Your Pedalboard Thread #40-49 And Following

    Not sure when I last posted an update...
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    How much fuzz is on your board?

    DAM Drag'n'Fly, sometimes in concert with a DAM Red Rooster.
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    Picking Picks (Picks, not pickups)

    I've been using Blue Chip picks for the last few years (TAD-50 or TAD-60, depending on the guitar). I wish they were more affordable, but the same picks last me for years without showing wear and they do offer the best tone for my playing.