Pedalboard in Progress... comments?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by StratManKudzu, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. StratManKudzu

    StratManKudzu Member

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    Hello all,
    I'm still pretty new to the boards here, and currently building a pedal setup. I'm about half done buying pedals but this is what I have in mind...


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    Note: The Dunlop pedals are left to right: a volume, a classic fasel wah, a buddy guy wah and a volume.

    (the magic of paint and copy/paste :D)
     
  2. Godspeed64

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    You sure you want a stock DS-1 bro? Maybe a Keeley modded one would suffice.. Same goes for the TS.. ;)
     
  3. StratManKudzu

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    oh that's in the works, lol, i forgot to mention I'm getting them modded.:jo
     
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    also all the novas will be in the effects loop
     
  5. Godspeed64

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    Otherwise it looks pretty cool..
    2 volumes dude? Lol.. You got plenty of modulations, and one of each type of drive (dist,od,fuzz) and a boost at least, so I suppose it is sufficient! :D
    Running it through what amp and guitar?
     
  6. D 2 Z

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    looks like a lonestar...looks good. You'll have fun with those T.C. pedals.
     
  7. HurricaneJesus

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    If you're gonna go, go big. Two wahs, though? What's that all about?
     
  8. StratManKudzu

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    On the two volumes:
    one will be after the preamp of my lonestar, before the novas. The Loopy (the top right pedal) takes the novas out of the effects loop, since the loop on my amp in not foot-switchable. So when the loop is off no more volume control, so the second is as close to post gain as possible.

    On the two wahs:
    I really like the sound of both wahs and i discovered a very usable sound by running a wah into a parked wah. so one is a wah and one is a flilter, or both filters. Truth is I like the classic and the BG and cant pick my favorite :AOK
     
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    Oh yeah, its an AM Deluxe HSS strat and a Lonestar classic 2x12.
     
  10. HurricaneJesus

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    Honestly "pedalboard assembly day" is almost as fun as "Let's attack my new axe with the screwdrivers and truss-rod wrench" day. Call me crazy, but fiddling with stuff is just as fun as actually playing music.
     
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    I always wire any effects with tap tempo in the front of my pedal board... still last in the chain though... just so I can use the tap effeciently.
     

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