Pedaltrain MINIs unite!

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  1. mrsquishy

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    After emailing John from PedalTrain, this is the best way I could attach my FuelTank Jr. So here it goes...a little squeezy but it'll do :)

    POST your board too! May the "MINIs" and any pedaltrain users unite!:hyper:

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  2. QuelOround

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    I have to get one of those.... instead of having my pedals all tangled everywhere.
     
  3. TrevorOfDoom

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    where'd you get those patch cables with the flat heads?
     
  4. mrsquishy

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    Ah got those flatheads from a local store. Not sure about the brand though. I suppose they're home-made by the shopkeeper.
     
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    I'm somewhere in between a Mini and a Jr. one isn't enough space but the other is more than I need. :-(


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    Say. Would one be able to mount a VooDoo Labs Pedal Power 2 under one of these? Do they make a hardcase for them too? I may have to invest if so... Who wants my Diago Gigman then?
     
  8. mrsquishy

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    Geez sucks being in between...but i suppose u should keep the JR! GAS for more! Unless you're like me who wishes to curb the GAS!
     
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    to fenderbassabuse: Well the voodoo lab is too big to fit under. The DC brick by Dunlop is more optimistic. But even my Trex couldnt go under:oops: thats why I had to attach it on top. Its the best I could do.
     
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    Damn. I have to use the VooDoo Labs for my Q-Tron and its 24v hunger. Looks like I'll either have to get out the saw, or be creative...

    Thanks for the help though!
     
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    woah nice setup simple and sweet! hows the opto stomp. always wanted to try the bbe's sonic stomp and opto:cool:
     
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    Here's mine, though it won't be together long. Not quite big enough...

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    I got the flat jacks for my custom cables from here,
    check them out, they're great and Switchcraft si excellent quality:

    http://www.fullcompass.com/product/309064.html
     
  15. LuvMusic

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    One more Mini to add to the thread! Powered by a 1Spot and daisychain cable.

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    LuvMusic: thats a nice number of pedals in a mini! small and compact! Hows the VT bass? planning to get one soon:help:
     
  17. Chronicle

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    PT Jr or Mini for me..Hmm...
     
  18. LuvMusic

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    I love my VT....there are thousands of posts if you really want to get into it. Also there are some soundclips in the Wiki.

    Anyway, I use a Markbass CD102P combo and the VT allows me to add some "tubey warmth" to the SS electronics and two tens sound of my Markbass. Don't get me wrong, my combo sounds great, the VT just rounds out the sound and gives me a little more flexability in my tone.

    Remember.....PT Mini, it's not just a board, it's an adventure in pedal board space management! :cool:
     
  19. LuvMusic

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    HAHA!!!!

    Hey, you work for GC. Try them both and keep what you want.

    I suspect you are about to become a part of the PT Mini Minion! MWHAHAHAHA! :D
     
  20. cybersnyder

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    I wish the mini was about 4 inches longer and would let you fit a power supply underneath.
     
  21. Chronicle

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    yeah i'd buy one right away then.
     

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