The cleanest Pedaltrain board

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  1. Hecube

    Hecube Senior Member

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    If all your pedals are aligned and all your cables and wires smartly tucked, post your pics.

    I am curious to see what extremes of cleanliness some of you can go.

    I want to upgrade from a PT Mini to a PT 3 and see what you've done.

    Here's mine right now:

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  2. AJBoy238

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    It's not very clean underneath but it's pretty neat on top so here ya go....

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  3. 62Tele

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  4. Hecube

    Hecube Senior Member

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    Thanks for the thread tip
     
  5. Steve Mavronis

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    Here's my new Pedaltrain Mini exclusive Guitar Center platinum edition. I've tried keeping everything as neat and clean as possible. There's probably ways others would prefer hide the patch cables but I like the look. I only play through it with my two Strat guitars as a hobby at home on a SS amp no less, so this is good enough for me I think.

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    And here's the bottom were I added nine 3/4" white nylon tie mounts to help tidy up my Visual Sound 1Spot daisy chain power cable. It doesn't make sense but I feel with only a cirrent draw of 126mA for all 5 pedals that using the 1Spot 1700mA adapter is overkill, so I'm powering it all with my Boss PSA-120S 300mA adapter instead LOL. One of these days maybe I'll switch to a isolated power supply but really no hum issue with either the 1Spot or the Boss.

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  6. ((TechnicolorSkyline))

    ((TechnicolorSkyline)) Supporting Member

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    This one is pretty clean. Pretty dirt heavy, but still nice n' clean ;)

    It's a PT2

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  7. analogmike

    analogmike Gold Supporting Member

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    cables could be nicer but analog pedals with battery power lead to a clean board.

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  8. 4nd3h

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    Batteries?!?! In a delay??
     
  9. FLYING V 83

    FLYING V 83 Pedal Trading Guru Silver Supporting Member

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    Nice board, Leer!
    Lovin' that older Carb...
     
  10. your name here

    your name here Supporting Member

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    Mike, what's the grey pedal?
     
  11. orogeny

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    bumpin for that question. . . . .
     
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    I was trying to figure it out for a while, and I'm not positive about this one, but I found an older board of his with a similar looking pedal with similar knob markings. It was also gray, but in a smaller enclosure, and it may have only had three knobs (could have been 4). It was a Boss FA-1 FET Amplifier clone he made. I'm not sure this is the same though, because what would the "D" be?
     
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    The last time I saw he posted a picture of that board someone asked what that pedal was and he responded with something like it would be the newest addition to the analogman line of pedals in the next couple of months.
     
  14. 62Tele

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    Clean and powered.

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  15. coolhand78

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    has changed a little since this but dropped the wah brough back the mojovibe, just havent got around to doing new pics...

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  17. Hecube

    Hecube Senior Member

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    Great idea. Has cutting the beam weakened the board in any way?
     
  18. stratguy23

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    Have you switched away from the Mesa MkV?
     
  19. grozeil

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    I won't show the mess under the board

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    Was about to ask the same !
     

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