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  1. mustangman

    mustangman Member

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    did you just buy that loop-master from ebay?
     
  2. eclipseall

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    love this simple set up. Zeppelin fan by any chance? great choices. congrats!
     
  3. Wooley

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    What all is plugged into that massive switching device?
     
  4. RickB

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    Great, great board! Well done! :bow
     
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    the wah is an RMC Picture wah.
     
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  6. MoPho

    MoPho Pho Shizzle

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    Guitar->Tuner->LoopMaster input
    LoopMaster Loop1->Geranium Fuzz
    LoopMaster Loop2->Analogman Maxon OD-9 Silver
    LoopMaster output->Analogman Chorus->Zvex SHO->AD-900->TC Nova Delay->Amps
     
  7. macmax77

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    Wow!
    Thanks Rick!!!!!!!
    There are so many great boards here that i felt very honored with your comment.

    Thanks!
     
  8. mustangman

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    i'll ask again :rolleyes: did you just buy the loop-master from ebay?
     
  9. Carli28

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    Here is my "Ready to hit the big scenes".. Now off to write some jams.. ;-)

    Btw. I think i might be the only one around here (With a board) but no overdrive pedal!

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  10. MoPho

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    Sorry, must have missed that question. I bought it directly from Loop-Master. He does great stuff, but the wait...
     
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  12. mustangman

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    oh damn, yeah the wait is horrible, but the reason i asked is because i just sold one on ebay and i was wondering if that was mine.
     
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    Hey Max, that's one of the sweetest boards I've seen.
     
  14. Dandy13

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    '69 can be a pretty awesome overdrive pedal imo
    Nice Board!
     
  15. eclipseall

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    love this board. glad to see the hosas. ive had no problems with mine either and they just as good as any higher end cable and they look better on boards because they allow for great arrangement.
     
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    stunning!
     
  18. Bryan R. Tyler

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    Here's my recently completed pedalboard for my bass looping stuff.
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    Here's everything shown:
    My Elrick bass, Roland Handsonic drum machine, and amp/cab
    Lyt 32" pedalboard
    Korg Pitchblack tuner
    Xotic X-Blender
    Looperlative LP-1 rackmount looper
    Rolls MIDI Buddy (for the LP-1)
    MIDI Solutions pedal controller box and Roland EV-5 (for the LP-1)
    Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2+ and a few adapters (someone make a good power supply with AC out and high-power 9v and 12v DC outs!!!)
    Musicomlab EFX-II router- in the loops:
    1: EHX Micro POG (it's under the bottom of the LP-1)
    2: Digitech Whammy
    3: Tech 21 Sansamp VT Bass
    4: EHX Bass Big Muff
    5: MXR Blowtorch fuzz
    6: 3Leaf Audio Groove Regulator envelope filter
    7: empty
    8: Boss VF-1 rackmount multieffects,
     
  19. iwantmypie

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    I haven't posted here in a while so here's what I have at the moment. I've been running a homebrew LPB-2 that I modded slightly as my main "crunch" pedal but my main amp has been in the repair shop (my basement) for a while now so I have the modded DS-1 on the board at the moment to get my "crunch" tones out of my backup amp that I find playable. That little green pedal is what I call my "Mother Nature" boost which is my build of the AMZ Mosfet Booster which more of you might also know as Super Chili Picoso which is a clone of the Mosfet Booster. It's last in my chain as just does amazing things to my tone. It's always on and just so natural that I had to call it Mother Nature boost :cool:

    Oh yeah and the sparkly red pedal is my Burninator (modded Big Muff) that I rehoused from its old enclosure that I had butchered with some grammar mistakes (eletronics???). I like the new one a lot better.
     
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