My minimal board is complete, what do you think?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Rock Steady, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. Rock Steady

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    Swap the wah for a tremolo and it'd be my perfect pedalboard ;)
    Great one... but what about a tuner?
     
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    I have a clamp-on tuner on my guitars headstock. It works great and saves me some pedal real estate :)
     
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    I like minimal boards, with four, three, or even just two pedals (not counting a tuner).
     
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    Nice. makes me realize I have way too many pedals. Is that the Morley wah that doubles as a vol pedal?
     
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    Do you like the MXR Modified OD? I have one coming on Monday, clips sound really good.
     
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    Not a fan of the MXR OD at all, but other than that it looks great!
     
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    Its just the morley mini wah. no volume :)
     
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    I love it. It sounds very organic and natural. It has a nice classic rock feel as you begin to crank the gain. The 100hz knob is a great addition as it fattens up your tone in a good way. Any setting sounds great. For $100 or so its just a fantastic deal. Than I use the plimsoul for leads. The plimsoul is like the opposite of the modified od. Its raunchy, in your face but it has a unique sound which I admire very much nonetheless
     
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