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Finally finished the new travel pedal board...

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Ed DeGenaro, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    After the last one died a horrible death in Austin I broke down and got a mid size Pedaltrain with the flight case. I'm guessing that might survive the next couple of gigs. Plus it clocks in right below the airline restrictions weight wise fully loaded.
    I'm stoked.
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  2. t3oi

    t3oi Silver Supporting Member

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    In the first pic, the dog seems to be guarding the pedalboard, but in the last pic, he's viewing the Line 6 as a fire hydrant...
     
  3. Todd Lynch

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    What's the crazy purple pedal (not the Ibanez), Ed?
     
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    Bullhonky Deluxe Supporting Member

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    Hell yeah, cram 'em on there Ed!
     
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    That's the Demeter FOD-1 Fat Drive. Sorry, I'm not Ed but I figured I'd chime in. Great fat boost pedal.
     
  6. Ed DeGenaro

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    What he said... #13 actually. :)
     
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    Looking good man. Your dog rocks!!
     
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    Looks a tad crammed, like you should have got the next size up.
    But if it works for ya......
     
  9. Ed DeGenaro

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    the next size would be too heavy for airline regulations.
    My in town board is 2 1/2 times the size.
     
  10. Ed DeGenaro

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    which one, there are 2 in those pictures of the current 2 dozen rescues I have at my place.
     
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    Had any trouble from your Valvulator? Mine keeps blowing fuses.

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  12. Ed DeGenaro

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    none whatsoever...did you try changing the tube?
     
  13. James Knox

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    Ed - I LOVE the "mad science experiment" look to the lay out!
     
  14. Ed DeGenaro

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    feel free to use it on your site as a warning as to what not to do...:RoCkIn
     
  15. Ed DeGenaro

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    depends, either in the neighborhood of 280ms or 110 ms, way in the back, about 3 repeats. I just ahhed it againm hadn't used it in years.
    But my buddy Chris Nix is using two delays and that was the bomb, hell he's my bpatd advisor anyways.
     
  16. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    Cool Ed, I will have to try some of those pedals some day.
     
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    +1..i've got a green/black marbled one. good stuff. ne'er leaving.


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    whats the 2 delay theory? akin to stacking OD's? BTW love my Pedaltrain too, good work Bluzbreaker!
     
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    You're a good man Ed. The world needs more people like you.:BEER
     
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    You have two dozen, as in 24, dogs at your home? Big yard? That's alot of dogs!

    If you can take care of that many, good on you, and very very nice of you as well!
     

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