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Line6 M13 on Pedalboards - Let me see 'em!

selahvie

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I just sold my DL-4, MM-4, and Verbzilla and ordered an M13. It seemed like a no-brainer to me given that it has all the same sounds but adds so much more. I'm going to mount it on my board and I'm trying to figure out what pedals to use with it. I'd love to see some of your pedalboards incorporating the M13 and also describe how you are using other pedals with it (pre, post, in the loop). Thanks!
 

theGhost

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you're kidding, right? I mean, the m13 is great, but to put it ON pedal board is kinda pointless. that thing is huge. it IS a pedal board...
 

selahvie

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:) Nope, Not kidding. It's still just a pedal, though a big one. It's 14" wide - most people have much wider/bigger boards than that and have the need to use other pedals with it, as I will. Just wondering what others are doing. Not pointless at all. With all due respect, your POST was pointless.
 

theGhost

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Oh, for sure my post was pointless, but that was the point. My only point was to say why "on" instead of "with". I love semantics...
 

selahvie

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:) I'll take pedalboards "with" the M13 too. I'm just wanting to see how people are incorporating them into their setups.
 

DavidE

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Wireless receiver, Dunlop switchless wah, Rockland Amps Bluestone, Tube Zone (earlier version) and M13. I run that into the front end of a Naylor SD60 set on the edge of breakup. I use the Bluestone alot for low gain. I don't use the TubeZone all that much as the M13 has some nice high gain pedal models.

I like a simple rig, so I only use one scene. They go 1-4, left to right. The left column consists of 3 gain pedals with low gain on the bottom, medium in the middle and high gain on the top. Column 2 is all modulation effects. Chorus on the bottom, phase shifter in the middle and leslie on top. Column 3 is all Delays with various settings. Column 4 is lead boost/comp on the bottom, tremolo in the middle and '63 reverb on the top.

I have it set up so if I use the 4 cable method, column 1 goes before the amp and the rest are in the loop.

This setup work great for me.
 




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