Lets see your loaded Pedaltrain JRs!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jnco, Oct 14, 2006.

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  1. jnco

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    I'm looking at getting a pedaltrain jr. I think I have measured everything out to where all my stuff will fit on it....but I want to see what other people have been able to fit on theirs!
     
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    nice board! :dude

    I'm trying to fit all of this on the JR:

    reverend drivetrain II
    barge concept bb-1 classic
    Peterson strobostomp
    ibanez pt999
    ibanez ad99
    ehx DMM

    it seems to fit on paper...but barely.
     
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    Here's a work in progress. Not really into too many pedals any longer but want a functional rig.

    Dang, looks like there's room for one more.. :jo

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    nice board matt! but I see room for two more ;)
     
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    You are right !!!

    Pedal addiction!! NOOOOHHH!

    :rotflmao
     
  8. jnco

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    :BOUNCE


    whats the big orange fuzz/booster/bender pedal?
     
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    looking to add a Mayo and an empress trem (and a Mule and Radical Red Reverberator and screwdriver and.... [the Peachfuzz and the tuner may have to get bumped not to mention a smaller Loooper on the right side]).[​IMG]
     
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    very succulent choice in pedals! :crazyguy

    I'm in the process of trying to find a smaller od that I like as much as the drivetrain...so I can squeeze in a supa trem with my other stuff. any suggestions?

    what power supply are you using?
     
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    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change!

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    To me "loaded" and pedaltrain jr. dont seem to go together.
     
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    hey, don't hate. :)







    :crazy
     
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    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change!

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    lol, im not hating it just seems silly. I use their bigger boards and absolutely love them.
     
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    Some old pics of my PT Jr. very old but you get the idea.
     
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    unfortunately I have to stick with a small board to control my GAS.

    if I had a pedaltrain pro, I'd be eating ramen for months at a time :worried






    Nice board lefty! I'm hunting for an ad80 right now to replace my ad99. they have about 300ms delay time correct?
     
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    I use a DC Brick for power, works fine/no noise. Jnco, keep the drivetrain and get a semaphore instead of a supatrem (smaller with more tweakability).
     
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    yeah I'm using a dcbrick at the moment...do you have it mounted underneath?

    I was looking at the semaphore too, but I like the layout of the supatrem a bit better....with the footswitchable half speed and hard/soft switch.

    I have to downsize something to fit either one though...its going to be a tight fit as is...I'll probably switch my ibanez ad99 to a maxon ad80 and that'll give me enough space. :)
     
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    oh wow just checked the fulltone site, and the supatrem is quite a bit bigger than the semaphore! :(

    semaphore it is :)
     
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    thats a Phoenix Custom Electronics Combo/Custom Pedal... It looks like a combo "Ranger" (Rangemaster) "The Fuzz" (Fuzz Face) and a "Little Red Rocket" (Tonebender MKII)...

    I use the Lady Stardust, and its pretty slick.

    Check them out at:
    http://www.phoenixcustomelectronics.com/pix.html
     
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    thanks bulldog...their stuff looks pretty nice.

    no price on that specific pedal though.....how much do they normally run?:confused:
     
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