Show Us Your 100% Analog Pedalboards!! *Excluding Tuners

Walrus82

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I'm in the process of slowly going all analog again for my pedalboard and it got me thinking...we need an all analog show & tell thread. I'd love to see what you pros are up to. ***EXCLUDING TUNERS***
 
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steam-powered

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Great idea for a thread! For my needs, nothing sounds better than analog effects. Here's my board, playing into a Rivera Venus 3 1x12.



Tuner>Empress Comp>Rockbox Boiling Point>Maxon AD10>Moog MF Trem
 

mutron

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Thank you. I am seriously so tired of seeing all Strymon everything. No judgment but it's no fun to look at for us vintage/analog junkies.
Please continue - more analog porn please.
 

Ghost Dancer

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Gah! An AD10, AD999, and DM-2 all posted consecutively!:drool:thud

I really don't get much pedal GAS these days, but lately I've really been hankerin' for a nice analog delay.

Steam, how do you find the AD10? Any comparisons to the AD999 (other than the 600 vs 900ms delay)?
 

steam-powered

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Steam, how do you find the AD10? Any comparisons to the AD999 (other than the 600 vs 900ms delay)?
The AD999 has two outputs: one amp can receive the delayed signal and the other receiving the dry signal. If I used two amps, I would have bought the AD999, but for my needs the AD10 works great. I prefer it over the MXR Carbon Copy (which is a nice analog delay, imo) because the repeats are noticeably more clean, bright, and clear. I don't think I've ever seen anybody else with the AD10 here on TGP, but lots of folks like the AD999.
 

Walrus82

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Glad people responded! Nice boards! It's refreshing to see some more refined set ups that don't put out 1's and 0's.
 

Ghost Dancer

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The AD999 has two outputs: one amp can receive the delayed signal and the other receiving the dry signal. If I used two amps, I would have bought the AD999, but for my needs the AD10 works great. I prefer it over the MXR Carbon Copy (which is a nice analog delay, imo) because the repeats are noticeably more clean, bright, and clear. I don't think I've ever seen anybody else with the AD10 here on TGP, but lots of folks like the AD999.
Ah yes I forgot about the outputs. Well I only use one amp, but it has four inputs, and sometimes I like to jumper channels and mess around with my other pedals that have wet-dry/stereo outs to create interesting blends. So the AD999 is appealing to me for that option, and the extra delay time would be a nice bonus though not strictly necessary. Unless the AD10 somehow has a huge one-up sonically (and I'm guessing the differences are probably minimal), all it really has going for me atm is the cheaper price.

I'm using a DE7 currently, which I love and was my first delay ever and which I'll never get rid of, but I'm feelin' I gotta scratch that analog itch...
 

donfrantz

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A little different way to go about it...






Pretty cool--great analogue effects.
 

stormymondays

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I would love to contribute but I recently disqualified myself! I got rid of my analog delay (JHS Panther, for sale) and put in a Diamond Memory Lane Jr.
 

Coldacre

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dude, that's a lot of delay. do you actually use them all--and if so, how?-- or was this just made for this threads sake?
the Ad-999 is set for distorted leads, DMM for time based cleans & modulation, AD-80 / DM-2 set for quick repeats ala Binson echorec. Ad-900 slow clean repeats... the DM-2 is just there for the picture, the others are on.
 






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