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  1. eternally found

    eternally found Supporting Member

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    That's what I'm talkin' about!

     
  2. wraaaa

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    My old board. I've since sold about half of them and don't yet have a board for the ones I kept.
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  3. codyj84

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    Hey!! Sure, no prob!

    1. The TB looper is made by T1M (this1smyne-Dan). Its a 6-channel looper with a SHO-clone in tap-3, thats whats with the level knob. First switch on the right is a tap tempo for my DD5 and DD20. The last channel is a blend-able channel, which is my Strymon BSR. With my foot, I can add and take away shimmer to my dry signal.

    2. I use the Whammy for 2-octave up stuff... MOstly on faster songs, but sometimes on slower, more spatial songs (a la Gilmour)... I love it. It CAN be used too much though, so I keep it to a minimum.

    3. I run a PP-2 underneath the board. I snapped this pic before I ran the power wires. I ran them to test the board, then unplugged em all, as I had to get creative in getting power to all the pedals, since my PP-2 is on the left side, under the board. My DMM plugs into the back of the PP-2.
     
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  5. teleclem

    teleclem Member

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    awesome!
     
  6. nitefly7

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    pending is either a plywood nano, or a PT Nano with Ibanez CP10, Boss FDR-1, Boss PS-3 and an EBS Dynaverb.
    I'm digging the PS-3s pitch shifting, for 80s non-cheesy sounds..!
     
  7. MJG

    MJG Member

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    Update - Area 51 back on board :JAM

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  8. vulcaniza P

    vulcaniza P Member

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    pretty hot yo
     
  9. TravisE

    TravisE Supporting Member

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    This is great!
     
  10. Codyh630

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    It's a CNB case from Rondo Music. It's the PDC-410H. It was I roughly $70 shipped. I've gigged with it numerous times and haven't had a single problem.
    http://www.rondomusic.com/pdc410h.html
     
  11. Tbone135

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    I'm thinking about pulling back on some of the delays. I'm really liking how this sounds these days. I wish I had an easier time accessing the pedals unhindered sometimes.

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  12. mlweidl

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    Just wired this up with Mogami 2319 cable and plugs from orange county speaker. Still waiting on an AM mini chorus with mix knob to go inbetween the paisley and rv 5


    Here is the chain

    Gretsch New Jet

    T1M Mini biffer (mounted under board)

    Loooper:
    Loop 1: Diamond Comp
    Loop 2. Eventide Pitchfactor
    Tuner mute: TC Poly tune

    Loop-Master:
    Loop 1: Tim
    Loop 2: Bearfoot honey bee
    Loop 3: Wampler Paisley
    Loop 4: Analogman Mini Chorus (in the mail)
    Loop 5: EB Volume pedal and Boss RV-5
    Loop 6: Cusack Tap-A-Whirl
    Loop 7: Strymon El Cap
    Loop 8: Boss DD-20

    into a Dr. Z MAZ 18 with reverb
     
  13. Ambient Exposure

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    Just finished putting this together for a little fun. Just have to plug the power in and I'm done. :love:

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  14. pulse.

    pulse. Silver Supporting Member

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    Nice as always Mr
     
  15. goodhonk

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    you gotta do a demo of that time machine.
     
  16. Tbone135

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    Not a bad idea there. The demos online are all just so poorly done. I'll see what I can do.
     
  17. udi9

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    Nice!
    tell me about the MXR KvH K's90.
     
  18. gururyan

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    That thing is deceptively huge!
     
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  20. nitefly7

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    it's leftover from my 'White period-board' that contained an RC Booster, OCD (no pun intended), a repainted Boss GE-7 and an SHO-clone aptly titled 'Kentana' (as in Katana).
    it's basically an older model Phase90, that has been TB'd, 1/4" jack replaced by a barrel-style 9v input, and a subtle script mod.
    and obviously style-inspired by the EvH-flanger, with my initials KvH put on..

    not sure if it's visible but 'Robocustom FX' (Dutch guy that stopped doing mods not long after doing my pedal) also altered the EvH-logo, to the KvH-one..

    ...but otherwise I think of myself a pretty modest non ego-centred individual....

    before K's 90:
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    at a different time, it could 've been combined with the COT I put on a later board..

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    damn you TGP ;)

    I"m pretty satisfied for now though..
     
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