Do you guys think my board is okay-ish?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by natebrown, Apr 9, 2015.

  1. natebrown

    natebrown Member

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    I was thinking about showing off my board. Is it okay? I have a second Vox wahwah around here laying around.[​IMG]


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  2. drifterphase

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    Of course it is! Anything you enjoy playing through is ok. I'm ok, you're ok.
     
  3. fenderdude109

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    Agreed. If you like it, that's all that matters. I love my board, but to most others, it's major overkill.
     
  4. natebrown

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    And just so you guys know, that's a Squier California Series Stratocaster. Don't mind the crappy Behringer amp. It's the only 2x12 I have. It's sure heavy too.


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    Guitar ,cables ,pedals,floor ,amp :aok
     
  6. natebrown

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    Haha. It's a decent rig but I'm planning on buying a few new guitars from a pawn shop. They're so cheap down there!


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  7. jordane93

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    Looks fine to me.
     
  8. natebrown

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    I had to modify the boss bcb60 to house my Wah. *facepalms* my mother doesn't know that a pedalboard needs to have space for a Wah.


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  9. Cgkindler

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    I think it's awesome man. I bet you can make it sing too.

    Sometimes, I kike the challenge of NOT having $4k in effects, $4500 in amps and $6k in guitars. Frankly, I'm no where near good enough to have all this crap.

    Good stuff man, play it like you're in front of a stadium full of fans brother!
     
  10. natebrown

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    Whatever floats their boat I suppose. I did have a Boss TR2 but I sold it.


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  11. tremolo3

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    No timmy, turbo tuner, strymon, pedal power 2, boutique amp, boutique guitar.

    WHY?!

    Just kidding. You are good. I see that you are fairly new on this forum, please post your board in Dec 2015 :)
     
  12. jeff_lebowski

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    I once played a 15 watt tone blaster with a yamaha eg112 and ds1



    was so ****ing happy to be sweating my ass off in my tiny little room learning the riffs from Californication.


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    You are set dude. As long as you like what you have, no need to make changes :)
     
  14. King Rat

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    Is this the reaction you were fishing for?
     
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  16. Bradleyonmic

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    No boutique pedal I've ever bought has brought any where near the thrill the very first pedal I bought 16 years ago at the local music store (they still existed then), a Boss DS-1. I know it's one of the worst sounding pedals now, but I just couldn't wait for the part of the song where I got to press it and kick the amp up to 11!
     
  17. Ghost Dancer

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    Vox wah, OD-3 (?), French Toast, and an Ibanez tone-lok (which one?)- killer set up as far as I'm concerned.
     
  18. natebrown

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    It's an SD1 after the Wah, and the Ibanez Tone Lok Phaser.


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  19. Gonkboy

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    That's a decent little setup. Nice wah, the SD1 is a solid workhorse, the French Toast (which is well generally well respected) is a clone of a great octave fuzz, and I always thought the Tone Lok pedals were great sounding pedals (the DE7 is loved by a lot of posters here).

    I used a Squier guitar for years in my previous band. They are well built guitars.

    I've never tried a Behringer amp, but I have a Behringer pedal that I really like.

    I'm not sure what kind of replies you were expecting, but your setup is fine. I play shows semi-regularly and use Behringer and Danelectro pedals (Pan/Trem and Chicken Salad). The most important thing is how you use what you have.

    Keep on rocking, amigo!
     
  20. natebrown

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    Yeah, This amp sounds like a Marshall on Steroids in the OD section, and a Fender on steroids in the clean.:cool:
     

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