PedalBoard Complete!!!

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by caesarbass, Sep 30, 2007.


  1. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    Here it is...finally!!! All of the pedals are on their own loop except for the SandAmp BDDI, it's at the end of the chain, actually the out of my looper goes into the in of the BDDI, then out of the BDDI I go to my amp a board or the house!!
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    It will make its debut at a gig and a session later this week!! :D
     
  2. Crabby

    Crabby

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    Nicely done!
     
  3. johans

    johans G.U.I - Groovin' under influence

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    small and neat :)
     
  4. Timmayx

    Timmayx

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    Quick question, are all your pedals on all the time, and then when you hit a button on the metal box, it brings them into the circuit?
     
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  6. Andy V.

    Andy V.

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    Really nice, Caesar!
    Congratulations!
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  7. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    That is correct!!! :D
     
  8. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    Thanks guys!! I can't wait to get it out into the real world!!!
     
  9. zippydog

    zippydog

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    Awesome board, man!
    Really like the control and clean setup!
     
  10. vtwo

    vtwo

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    we have taught you well. :D
     
  11. RickenBoogie

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    Nice set up. I like the individual loops alot. Just put my board together yesterday. Been very useful reading these forums, alot of great ideas, yours included. Thanks.
     
  12. cybersnyder

    cybersnyder Always groove.... Gold Supporting Member

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    Congrats, but "Complete"??? Maybe "Complete for Now". There's always a new pedal. Fortunately pedal GAS can be cured for around $200, versus bass GAS or amp GAS.
     
  13. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    The pedalboard is making it's debut tonight!!!!! YIPPEEEE!!!
    Cyber-I agree, one of these days I'll get a hankering for another pedal and I'll have to go back to the drawing board, but in the meantime, I'll enjoy what I got!!!!
     
  14. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    NEED PICS!!!!!!! HAHAHA:D!!!
     
  15. assboglin

    assboglin Banned

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    That's a nice funky assortment of pedals. Where did you get that looper?
     
  16. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    http://loop-master.com/
    It's the 4 loop with the tuner out. I think I paid about $140.00, and it took about 3 weeks to get, I think he builds them to order. the quality is top notch too!!!!
     
  17. assboglin

    assboglin Banned

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    Thanks! If ever I figure out exactly which pedals I want to keep on my board I may look into one of those.
     
  18. 00Funk

    00Funk Banned

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    Do those loop stations actually clean up your tone ? Ive tnever tried one. makes sense though.
    I mean, does wimbish use something like this ?
    Are they really worth buying ?
    I like this one
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  19. caesarbass

    caesarbass Supporting Member

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    I think if you're running a few pedals that aren't "true-bypass" it will probably help your tone, but then again I just like the fact that all I have to do it press a button at the front of my pedal board to turn effects on or off.
     
  20. 00Funk

    00Funk Banned

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    EXACTLY. thats why Im buying one right now. This way I can keep all my pedals up high, so I can tweak em. :bassist:
    im 46, I dont like bending down to tweak a pedal anymore
     
  21. technik

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    do you really need that many loops? :confused:
     

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