Pedal Train PT2

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  1. Dandy13

    Dandy13 Member

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    I'm gearing up to buy one of these boards and want to get an idea of what I'll be able to fit on it. I was wondering:
    1) How many pedals do you have on your pt2?
    2) What pedals are they?
     
  2. jbgordon

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    I just upgraded to the PT pro, but I had the PT2.

    On it I had a Keeley Comp, BD-2, MI Audio Crunch Box, Boss TU-2, Fulltone Clyde Deluxe wah, VP Jr., DD-5, DL-4, and my PP2+.

    It all fit on top.
     
  3. DaveG

    DaveG Gold Supporting Member

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    You can cram an awful lot of pedals onto a PT2... :AOK

    On mine I've got a Tonefactor Nebula & Analogue Filter, HBE PowerScreamer, Barber Small Fry, Bad Bob Boost, EB VP Jr, AM DD-3, Strobostomp, and an Easy Button... And I could easily squeeze a couple more pedals on it.

    Btw, there are lots of good pics of loaded PT2's in THIS THREAD from a few months ago.
     
  4. minjason

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    At one point, I had the following pedals on my PT-2:

    - Ernie Ball Volume
    - Fulltone Clyde Wah
    - AYA Drivesta
    - T-Rex Replica
    - Maxon AD-999
    - Klon
    - Timmy
    - Peterson Strobostomp
    - RC Booster

    I had my T-Rex Fuel Tank mounted underneath my PT-2.
     
  5. jb1911

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    This was about 20 posts down from yours...

    http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=262072
     
  7. MoPho

    MoPho International Man of Leisure Silver Supporting Member

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    Kinda similar to JB...

    ...but it has changed quite a bit since. Digidelay, Nova, Addrock, FD2 and GSB have been replaced or in the process of being replaced with others, but should give you an idea given some of these are rather large form factor. Trying to move to smaller boxes to get more on the board. I want that looper to select 3 different drives: Analogman Sunface, Barber Direct Drive and Analogman Maxon OD-9 Silver. In the picture, I was using loop #3 to kick the Digidelay on for Delay Hold ala Eric Johnson. Loop #2 stacked the GSB and the FD2 which was nice.

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  8. Flyin' Brian

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    I leave a LOT of space and still have 8 pedals plus tuner.

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  9. mikeller

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    I have 7 pedals plus a power supply and the drive channel switch for my amp on mine and still have a little room to spare...

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  10. RickB

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    Here's what I have on mine.

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  11. Dandy13

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    cool thanks, i forgot about that other thread:Spank
     
  12. jaywalker

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    I dunno guys, for something labelled as a 'PRO' product, the pedaltrain 2 looks awfully small to me, as does the pro. It's more of a pub sized board in my opinion. I've never seen one used in a studio, with the exception of a few blues guys who have only a handfull of pedals.

    I can get that amount of pedals in my EHX gig bag, so I've never seen the point of buying an expensive piece of alliminium to do the same job.

    But then again, I'm a pedal junkie.....
     

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