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Help me with my pedalboard...FUN!!!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by what?, Feb 21, 2006.

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    I've got my pedals and pedalboard ready, just thought you guys might be able to help with pedal positioning, but I cant seem to post the pics here. Can anyone tell me how?If possible I'd like to post the pics straight like the ones in pedalboard thread.

    Thanks!
     
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    http://img434.imageshack.us/img434/8779/pedals2ip.jpg

    here's the top view of my pedalboard....the earlier one include a custom build unique meow-er, self powered no need of adapters or batteries and could be harmfull if used excessively:)

    Please suggest some possible positioning of the pedals, I will add a wizard wah later on in the first of the chain and I like my drive pedals start at the lowest to highest gain.
     
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    thanks devil-tone!!:YinYang
     
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    use the one that says hotlink for forums #1 It should start with
     
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    BTW - What the hell is an "Irina" pedals??? Looks like a 4-knob Mosferatu
     
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    yes it is a mosferatu but with custom decal :)...that's my girlfriend's name
     
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    Is the cat true bypass. I bet it makes a great buf-FUR!
     
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    I too use a cat at the beginning of my signal chain, for a warm tone with a bit of fuzz, and bite when I need it. I've heard Zakk Wylde gets some huge tones with rack-mounted mastiff, and I've seen people go whole hog with, well, a whole hog.
     
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    I'll bet that cat pedal screams when you step on it......:rolleyes:
     
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    Grant Ferstat Some guy in obscure bands in a far away place... Silver Supporting Member

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    Is it actually a cat or is it a custom housing for a pedal or something? Perhaps we can auction it for a good cause?
     
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    I dont like blood on my pedalboard so I left it un-truebypassed, the signal would have to go through guts, brain and stuff....BTW I just give my CAT pedal a sterillized mod :)

    Realfi...of course its a real cat, but its also a tone machine :)...

    anyone got suggestions on how my pedals would be best positioned?

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