A Crazy Idea I had for a Grab-N-Go Board -

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by eric-d, Sep 7, 2008.

  1. eric-d

    eric-d Member

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    This is just getting stupid...... :crazy

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  2. bchamorro

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    Very cool, but I wouldn't include a wah on the actual board. Some people don't always like their wah pointing straight
     
  3. eric-d

    eric-d Member

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    Actually - this would just be for me ... :p

     
  4. TRUEMAN

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    hell i'd buy one!
     
  5. gibson08

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    Obviously you dont have a clue,,,,,,,,,,,,(haha)the tuner should be built in, then I would buy one!! Do we have options on the dist/od sounds???
     
  6. trumpus

    trumpus Supporting Member

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    I'd buy one if it were reasonably priced. However, with all those independant BYOC kits, time, and other supplies, it would likely be over $400!

    Brian
     
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    If it works ok and sounds good it WOULD be worth over $400 !!
     
  8. macmax77

    macmax77 Supporting Member

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    i need the chorus b4 the tremolo, hehehhehe
     
  9. wingwalker

    wingwalker Fuzzy Guitars

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    You're a mad man!

    I dig it!!!!
     
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    orange worker Member

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    are you gonna make it with that cheesy 80s spray on gray-grit or is just kinda marbleized?
     
  12. kldonegan

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    Ibanez did something like this in the 80's. I'd love to have something simple like that for fly gigs!
     
  13. 908SSP

    908SSP Supporting Member

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    Rodger Mayer's new Vision Wah does that.

    If you need someone to build the custom chassis to hold your BYOC pedals give me shout.
     
  14. Mr. Kite

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    Cool idea, If you want to spray the chassis with bed liner material let me know. That stuff is indestructible.
     
  15. jaywalker

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    I love those kinds of boards too. i tried a Carl martin Quatro a while back and liked it. the concept is simple, exactly like the old Ibanez or yamaha 'multi' effects units of yore.
     
  16. DK207

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    Very cool idea. Can you just buy the boards/components from BYOC to cut down on your costs a bit as you do not need the enclosures/jacks/power jacks? You could probably get your enclosure made at a local metal shop, too for not too much money. Keep us posted!
     
  17. novawind

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    BYOC only sells the full kits or the PCBs. You'd have to go to allparts or somewhere like that to get all the electronic components. That board does look awesome though.
     
  18. GenoBluzGtr

    GenoBluzGtr Silver Supporting Member

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    Why not just add the innards of a good tuner to the board. On switch for silent tuning, and a small patch to display the LED and a couple of strobes? Could be the finishing touch!
     
  19. musickbox

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    Very cool. I would buy one.
     

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