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Show your Pedaltrain juniors!!!

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Crabby, Jun 1, 2008.


  1. Crabby

    Crabby

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    It can be a challenge to fit everything an effects junky needs on a small board. lets see how well people have done with only a PT jr or same size equivalent board.

    I have recently sold off my PT Pro with hard case and about 2/3's of my pedals to fund a new Jazz bass and Shuttle head.

    I have ordered a PT jr and should have it this week. I cut out a piece of paper the same size and have been messing with my remaining pedals to try and make them fit. I will be posting photos as soon as the board arrives and I figure out the best setup.

    So bring em on!! :hyper:
     
  2. Crabby

    Crabby

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  3. SpectorDetector

    SpectorDetector

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    I have a JR, it's just not filled up yet. It was much more packed with goodies in my former life as a guitar player. I do have an Xotic effects Tri-logic preamp coming in any day now that may replace the BDDI or live with it in sonic bliss. :eyebrow:

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  4. Crabby

    Crabby

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    very classy setup. I love the tiny little Keeley bypass pedal.
     
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  6. JanusZarate

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    [​IMG]

    That's a recent shot, but I've completely changed the settings on the Blowtorch since then. And I mean completely - mid cutting, different mid frequency, etc., etc.. :D
     
  7. SpectorDetector

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    Thanks, I believe in simplicity. When the Keely looper is in bypass it is just the Keely Compressor and the BDDI straight into the amp. Tuner is on the parallel out on the BDDI. I use the BDDI as a tube emulation pedal to warm up the Markbass a bit, I have been dialing in the blend knob to about halfway lately and getting a great sound.
     
  8. Crabby

    Crabby

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    Its funny how the good ol Bass Driver DI still holds its own despite being complained about so much. I have one and love using it for that SVT type sound. Still not sure if I will actually put mine on my board as I have other overdrives I like better, but i wont be getting rid of it anytime soon.
     
  9. Valerus

    Valerus

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    Speaking of BDDI

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    bass-->boss tu-2-->lbm-->mistress-->messdrive hybrid-->bass drive-->sansamp-->amp

    The Muff is there because I was just fooling around with it, "comparing" it to the messdrive.

    I'm about to sell it and the modded Bad Monkey off to the side.
    I might also sell the Mistress.

    Leaning towards an analogman chorus.
     
  10. mattq

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    well valerus, not only is your avatar amazing, but we have such similar boards.
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    new addition though is a sansamp bddi in the upper left and the carbon copy moved a little towards the bottom
     
  11. TrevorOfDoom

    TrevorOfDoom Supporting Member

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  12. Valerus

    Valerus

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    Nice! I had an Opto Stomp on mine for a while!
     
  13. allotropic

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    TrevorOfDoom, have you modded the BYOC pedals so you don't get any loss of low end?
     
  14. The BurgerMeister

    The BurgerMeister

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    [​IMG]

    m.POG -> Blueberry -> Noise Box -> Neo Fuzz -> Assmaster -> FL301 -> AD999
     
  15. Valerus

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    ...still want to try out an Assmaster. :)
     
  16. TrevorOfDoom

    TrevorOfDoom Supporting Member

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    yes, and no.
    with the boost i only had to modify the germ section. just a cap change.
    the drive i built to BassDrive specs.
    the fuzz is unmodified.
    the vibrato retains the low end, but adds noise up top. rather odd, kind of annoying.
    and the delay doesn't have any low end loss.
     
  17. irvinz

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    has too much gas
  18. KarateKid25

    KarateKid25

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    Really nice board.. Hoping my Germ Assmaster will be here this week :hyper:
     
  19. 0fret

    0fret

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    Hi everybody, this is my first post :) and this is my pedaltrain JR


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    it is still under construction....

    I plug my basses into the Korg tuner, then go through T Rex Bass Juice, then back to MXR Bass Octave ---> EBS Unichorus ---> Boss Giga Delay.
    Underneath there's a T Rex Fuel Tank power unit.
    George L cables rule!

    I want to add:
    1. a compressor (still have to decide between T Rex Squeezer and EBS multicomp, probably I'll go for T Rex);
    2. bass synthesizer or envelope filter (boss syb-5 or EHX microsynthesizer?)
    3. Xotic robotalk
    4. Aguilar tone hammer

    :hyper:
     
  20. irvinz

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    has too much gas
    so how would you fit that on =p
     
  21. 0fret

    0fret

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    mmmm..... switch to pedaltrain 2 ?:hyper:
     

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