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New pedal Board from Vertex Effects!

the-tone

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And here is the finished product from the master of electronic wizardry and custom pedal boards. Mason Marangella from Vertex Effects. Contact this dude, for your next build! IMHO, he's the best and his knowledge is out of this world!





 

the-tone

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All the connectors and cable are brand new products from Vertex and is made to his exact specs!
 

the-tone

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Thanks:) I appreciate it. Mason is just great. He just finished up boards for Landau and Robben Ford too. He's the real deal for sure.
 

Grant Ferstat

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I'm interested in what gets used for and with what.

For example, are drives stacked or used alone? Is the Giggity used as a drive/boost or for matching with different amps?
 

the-tone

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Wonder why the fire red didn't make it into the looper...?
Cause I prefer fuzz circuits before the buffered signal. Fuzz-buff-Loop-buff;)

How is it weight wise? Looks great man
I think it's just under 17lbs.


I'm interested in what gets used for and with what.

For example, are drives stacked or used alone? Is the Giggity used as a drive/boost or for matching with different amps?
It's plain straight forward. No combinations of stacking, unless u engage both drives of course. Giggity is used for a straight solo boost with slightly boosted mids.
 

Grant Ferstat

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Cause I prefer fuzz circuits before the buffered signal. Fuzz-buff-Loop-buff;)

I think it's just under 17lbs.

It's plain straight forward. No combinations of stacking, unless u engage both drives of course. Giggity is used for a straight solo boost with slightly boosted mids.
Cool.

Sent from my iPhone. Please excuse typos
 

killer blues

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I haven't bought anything in a long time, but this has my eye. I love how neat and professional that board looks
 

the-tone

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Thanks. Also that it's actually fairly small too. He really outdid himself this time I think.
 




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