Worship Musicians - what would you consider missing from the pedalboard?

TimH

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So I'm revamping the board again and here's what I've got or have coming. I've probably got one more pedal to bring in...I'm thining OD, Fuzz or another delay specifically for soloing but wondering what you guys think? Here will be the signal:

Strat w/Fralin 54's - Wah - Dejavibe 2 - Keeley BD-2(incoming...it will be up against an OCD for this slot) - FDII Mosfet (solo tone) - Volume Pedal - SCH-Z - DMM (long moulated Delay) - Echo Park (dotted 1/8ths) - TU2 - Amp

So what's missing? I'd say my style is a mix of John Mayer and David Gilmour with some Lincoln Brewster in there for rock.
 

iamspartacus

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Why not take the money you are going to spend on another pedal and give it to someone in need? Maybe spend the money on someone else you care for?

If you really wanted a pedal suggestion, I'd suggest looking into a trem (semaphore comes into my mind).

I guess the reason why my first two suggestions were what they were is because I know it has been hard for me (and probably hard for all my brothers on TGP) to truly be content and have some sabbath in this part of my life. But hey, it's your call. Again, check out the semaphore if you've decided another pedal is a good investment.
 

Holliman

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If your looking for a good Mayer tone, I'd say put a Zendrive in the mix. Rene has been quoted as saying that John keeps the Zen on "all the time".
 

TimH

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cool, then IMO, i think you're set. why not try an eBow (though it's not a pedal)?
Meh I'm not a fan...I know they're like a worship guy staple but I'm more into high gain swells for that kind of thing.
 

TimH

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If your looking for a good Mayer tone, I'd say put a Zendrive in the mix. Rene has been quoted as saying that John keeps the Zen on "all the time".
I had one...I think my FDII covers the same basic territoriy albeit in a different way.
 

JUSTJOB

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I think your pretty much good there. Myself, I would add a wah and a Keeley Katana to the front and I would remove the volume pedal, but, that's me. Otherwise our boards are very similar, with the exception of your Dejavibe which is the one pedal I soon want to add to my own rig.
A sidenote, Mayer uses the Keeley BD2 and Katana, and Perhaps a Fulltone 70 for Gilmour.
Best Regards! <{{{><
 

powermatt99

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Tremolo? I love my Cusack Tap-a-whirl. There are so many possibilities and uses for tremolo, especially if you're doing a lot of rhythm stuff.
 

therhodeo

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I can do about any modern worship set with a decent overdrive and a tap tempo delay with modulation. So in my eyes you arent really missing anything. Maybe a comp for a little sustain on your clean tones.
 

TylerDurden

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You don't need anything in my opinion. You've have a great rig, stop worrying about tone and enjoy leading worship.
 

TimH

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You don't need anything in my opinion. You've have a great rig, stop worrying about tone and enjoy leading worship.
But see I've got this pedal that will be sitting unused and I will get rid of it for something esle so thus reccomendations are desired
 

willyredeemed

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You don't need anything in my opinion. You've have a great rig, stop worrying about tone and enjoy leading worship.
that's right:AOK. honestly, you really dont need anything else. consider this, how many pedals do you use for a 5-6 song setlist? I find that I'm using five pedals and a tuner at most.

 

Echoes

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what's a BMR? your pedals look fine I would suggest a 'Vox' style amp for a smoother tone that blends better than the Fender amps.
 




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