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  1. GDking

    GDking Member

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    In case you were wondering where the delay pedal was..

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  2. Jwoo

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    Acoustic goes into a PitchBlack then a ParaDI.
    Electric goes into VPJR(which goes tunerout to a Strobostomp2, Keeley Sparkle Drive, Keeley TS9, Boosta Grande, Nova Delay, and DD-5. My Very Sexy tap tempo is not in this pic...
    Powered by a SupaCharger, patched with Lava cables.
     
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  3. jzguitar

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    Here's mine. Pretty much unchanged for a year or so.
    Pretty self-explanatory. Wired up with Evidence Monorail and G&H plugs.
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  4. pepperco

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    And the winner in the
    "most sideways pedal board contest" is......:dudeYOU:dude !!

    Nice baord !

     
  5. Turiguiliano

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    that's a lot of SFG my man.
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  6. Judson

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    GD King I usually dont post anything but pictures on this thread but your set-up is so nice. I think I woundnt use a few things but every one is great. I have played all of them but the BJFs and they are all some of my favorites of their kind. It would be so fun to gig with that board.
     
  7. Gummo

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    It is actually an Harman Kardon 2.1 sound system.
    Nothing guitar-related. :)
     
  8. GDking

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    Thanks I appreciate it. That is my gig board and it is a lot of fun I really do use all the pedals as I would really love it to be smaller LOL.

    I do not use the klon as an OD I leave it on to boost the signal at the end and to me it makes a huge difference in overall tone for good or bad, I have tried different boosters at the end of the chain including the baby pink, and nothing does the same thing.

    The comp/sustainer is always on just to even out the string to string volume and add a little sustain.

    I set the tim/hb/mkIII at low drive settings. The TIM alone for slight amp breakup simulation, The TIM and HB together for medium OD, and TIM/MKIII for fuzz, all 3 on make a really nice gilmour lead tone that can also do metallica type stuff. It depends how you set the guitar knobs.

    The booster I use only on clean stuff by itself to bring up the volume when nothing else is on.

    The other effects are obvious uses.
     
  9. Kayzer

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    Just open a Kayzer show off your pedalboard thread!
     
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    ? Lady and BJFE Honey bee how could you miss it?
     
  11. Doug59

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    Here's my current board

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    hey, that's a nice setup, meng.
    questions:
    how are you enjoying the lush?
    also, when the GK v.2. comes out will you be saying "buh-bye" to your v.1.
    lastly, if you had to keep just one of your delays, which would it be? (I've got the feeling you're going to say the TF)
     
  14. rul8agn

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    Finally get to post in the new Pedalboard thread.
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    I play on the worship team at church and this board covers all my needs. I had a Semaphore trem on there but rarely used it. Now that it's gone I don't even miss it. That's good because I hate seller's remorse. I did sell my AM AR20DL to buy a Carbon Copy and I 'm very happy with that decision. I absolutely love the Nova. I've only had it three days and I can't stop playing. I keep finding new settings with this thing.
     
  15. Bob V

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    I have a thing about using existing cases so I don't have to buy a premade pedalboard - problem is I have to keep buying bigger tools in order to use the cases they come in.
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    The Crybaby, Distortion +, Phase 90, and Micro Amp are all modded with DPDT or 3PDT true bypass, the Micro Amp has a power tap and LED added, and the Crybaby has a lifetime pot and TWO Fasel inductors (red and yellow) with a little toggle switch to select them (this week I like the red one).
     
  16. TheLemon

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    How do you like that Uni-Vibe?
     
  17. Bob V

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    Thanks for asking, Letthejuicerundownmyleg.

    On the Univibe, I use the right channel (vibrato) output and a relatively fast setting - not really as complex as a chorus, but still a Leslie type sound like SRV on Cold Shot. I think the true Jimi afficionadoes would keep looking, but I'm happy with this one. I prefer it to the fullsized Univibe since it'll run on only one of the 9V taps and it's not as "gritty" sounding. When I want a slow SWOOSH I go with the old standby Phase 90. I had a Boss trem that did sound a lot like a good old Fender "vib," but it was noisy.
     
  18. BTBAM

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    I love the lush. It isn't as strong as the dc-2, but a lot more clarity there.

    I will probably keep the GK v1. The only thing the v2 will have that I actually want is the 5 ratio, but then I'd be losing the Random feature, which I actually find pretty fun. Mine has a mod for rate control via knob, so It really doesn't have anything (besides exp. ins that I won't use) that mine doesn't have.
     
  19. Belmont

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    for the win......
    that's simply the coolest pedal board case,like everrr.:AOK
     
  20. Last Nerve

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    Is that a Halophase?
    :FM
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