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New pedalboard setup

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by adammazza, Sep 28, 2009.


  1. Picked up a new pedal recently (Pitchfactor), and decided I needed to get everything off the floor and onto a board. Here is what'll it'll look like as soon as I finish wiring it up. Also I read through the FAQ and the related links for effects order, but if anyone has any further suggestions based on my rather simple setup it would be much appreciated. I use the MM pedal as an expression pedal for the Pitchfactor. I also figure the tuner should go first and the looper last.

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    Thanks

    Adam
     
  2. I'm a major proponent of just trying crap out untill it sounds good to me and works for what i need it to. There are some good "guidelines", but it's always best to just experiment.

    That said, i LOVE your board. It just looks slick!
     
  3. Thanks, I'm thinking this at first pass:

    bass->tuner->ebs multicomp->chorus->overdrive->microsynth->pitchfactor->BBE sonic max->loop station->amp
     
  4. And here it is all wired up:

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  5. RickenBoogie

    RickenBoogie

    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Looks good. And plenty fun.
     
  6. circlechange

    circlechange

    Sep 29, 2009
    Red Bank
    First time poster over here:

    I've been doing some reading but haven't gotten any great responses, I just decided to make a pedal board instead of just connecting my fx at will. I need to put them in some order but I'm not sure which.....any help will do.

    FX I have:
    1. Boss bass equalizer
    2. Phaser 90 (el nano)
    3. Bass Balls (el nano)
    4. Boss OC-3
    5. Boss Tuner
     
  7. circlechange

    circlechange

    Sep 29, 2009
    Red Bank
    :help:I read the Forum Rules thread but that mostly describes Guitar fx. From what I gather I should go:

    bass>Phaser>Bass Balls>OC-3>Equalizer>Tuner>Amp

    Make sense bump
     

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