New Trailer Trash Pedalboard!!!!

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    Sweet, I love that cane cloth look!
     
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    Nice rig you got there, some tone machines on that small but potent pedalboard, must sound great! I think I will have to investigate these Trailer Trash pedalboards, mighty cool they are.

    TheGrooveking
     
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    What cracks me up is, I can identify all your pedals even from that angle. A year ago I couldn't do that. I see a board and I start to look 'em over. I should prolly focus my energies on something else lol...

    Awesome set-up man.
     
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    Great looking rig you have, Trailer Trash Pedalboards are so cool and highly functional.
     
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    Thanks for all the nice comments. Some have pm'd me about the cost and where I got it. I special ordered it through Tom at www.formusiciansonly.com and Rooster installed a pedal power 2+ I sent him on the underside. Both Rooster and Tom were very helpful throughout the process. Considering the board and installation cost about the same as a nice pedal, I think I got a lot of bang for my buck. :AOK

    Also, in resonse to some other questions, Rooster mounted the pp2+ underneath to power the pedals. The FDII is using 2 spots because I have it running on 18v, but I have one spot left for a future addition.

    There is a plug on the side of the board if I need to power something externally (wah or maybe even the amp), and there is another plug underneath on the pp2 in case I need to plug something in under there, a onespot maybe?

    Highly recommended!!! :AOK
     
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    nice setup! what mods do you have done to the amp? I've got a drri, and I'm thinking about a speaker change at least in the next month or so.
     
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    I haven't changed a thing other than a noisy tube when I first bought it. That and the green jewel at my kid's request. ;) I understand changing the speaker is beneficial, but I'm currently happy with the stock Jensen. :BEER

    What speaker are you looking to put in it?
     
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    I think I read somewhere that you have to send in your pedals to have them mounted to the Trailer Trash boards. Is that correct? How are they mounted? If this is the case, does that mean that you don't have the option of switching pedals out or moving them around? Maybe I'm all mixed up here. Let me know.
     
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    nice board! that looks SICK!


    ....you know those monster cables are stretching out all your jacks right?
     
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    You have the option of sending your pedals in and having the cables run under the board for an additional fee. I imagine this would be suggested if you are getting a glowtop, or a hardtop (my top is called the veltop). I am wiring the board myself, so I will leave enough wiggle room so later changes should not be an issue. I imagine Rooster mounts them with velcro.
     
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    Did not know that. I just got some George Ls from a follow forum member, so I'll use them on some of the pedals. :AOK
     
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    Very nice!! Great choice in pedals too.
     
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    Welcome to the club USC96.

    If the "USC' IN USC96 stands for Southern Cal -- then I should change my Username to USC79.

    I was there with Lott, White, Muñoz, Allen and the rest of the boys.
     
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    I just rewired it with George Ls and now I have room for that Landgraff DO I ordered last month. :RoCkIn
     
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