BASS Pedalboard PHOTOS only!

Discussion in 'Bass Area; The Bottom Line' started by ccouch7, Feb 14, 2009.


  1. ccouch7

    ccouch7 Member

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  2. MoPho

    MoPho International Man of Leisure Silver Supporting Member

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    Very nice. Who makes the case?
     
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    +1 Very Nice!
     
  4. guitargod0dmw

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    Very nice! Looks pretty heavy in that case...

    I've gone through a ton of different setups on my board, so here's a few.

    I started with this homebuilt:
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    Then went to a PT Jr...
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    Then onto a PT Pro...
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    Where I constantly changed stuff around...
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    Then got fedup with taking that monster to gigs in it's hardcase...so I went back to the PT Jr. board with different pedals. I don't have any pics of it though...

    Right now it's basically:
    Bass-->BYOC Wah-->MXR EVH Phase 90-->Toneczar Openhaus-->Demeter Opto Compulator-->Boss BF-2-->MXR Carbon Copy-->Catalinbread Semaphore Tremolo-->Amp
     
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    lol nice! ccouch7, I thought you'd start a thread like this, considering how sexy your board looked in the other thread. Build me one! :)
     
  6. ccouch7

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    Originally Posted by tripp2k [​IMG] Very nice. Who makes the case?
    Thanks tripp2k, the case is an Odyssey DJ case I picked up at Guitar Center for $79.00.
    I actually made the board before I got the case, so it was a "lucky" good fit.

    Originally Posted by Sonic Emergence: +1 Very Nice!
    Thanks man, I appreciate it.

    Originally Posted by guitargod0dmw: Very nice! Looks pretty heavy in that case...
    Thanks. It's not so bad, not nearly as heavy as my Amp. Head.
    And it's definatly heavy dudy and well protected.
    Those are some sweet boards you've got (had) also.:BEER

    Originally Posted by MichaelThomas: lol nice! ccouch7, I thought you'd start a thread like this,
    considering how sexy your board looked in the other thread. Build me one! :)
    Thank you Michael, I'm glad you like the board (pictures).
    I've probably got about $35.00 in the board itself.
    $20.00 oak plank, $15.00 for the handles, a friend with a table saw and router,
    primer-paint-brushes-sandpaper-wood filler-glue and screws left over from other projects-
    (studio rack and speaker stands), and an old mountain bike chain.

    Lets see some more pictures of BASS PEDALBOARDS!!
     
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    cooptone Supporting Member

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    The Crown Royal is PIMP!
     
  8. pedalhead

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    as it is at the moment, all though the LoMenzo Hyperdrive is not there but on another board at the minute.
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    as it was a little while ago
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    and as it began, with some extras
     
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    This setup has been working well for me lately.

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  10. ccouch7

    ccouch7 Member

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    Nice!
     
  11. testing1two

    testing1two Gold Supporting Member

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    Here is my minimalist approach:

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    zydeco: I bet that's fun as hell.
     
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    Hey Mr. Pickles, How do you like the Barge Concepts VB-1 blender pedal?
    I've been thinking of trying the smaller version.
     
  17. bassman1981

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    Hi All,

    Cool pedal boards, shame no one has posted any in a long time. Here is my one, i have gone through 10 other pedals to get to this that i am happy with, i sometimes put in a Bass Micro synth or a tone hammer on the side but this is the main way i have it setup. Funny how the use of effects started when i owned a boss GT6B back in the day.

    http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/123/l_891881c1dab3428aaf195fd6c1d150e0.jpg
     
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    Another mini approach!

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    Here's my board:
    Teese RMC-3 wah ->
    BYOC Large Beaver ->
    Analog.Man Juicer ->
    SoulSonic Four Banger ->
    Durham Mucho Boosto ->
    Peterson StroboStomp ->
    Loopmaster triple bypass
    Loop 1: Ibanez TS-10
    Loop 2: Boss FV-100 -> Boss DM-2
    Loop 3: Boss CE-2B -> Boss DD-6
    Gator case and power supply, Lava Cables and plugs (one Monster to the wah)
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    I use this with bass guitar, electric guitar, and double bass. Probably try it with the mando sometime soon.
     

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