# Post your pedalboards - Part IV

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by David Wilson, May 20, 2007.

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Feb 9, 2007
NW Indiana
nope....lol

2. ### moogboyInactive

Mar 1, 2007
Moog Artist in Rock/Pop 5th down
the answer is: 0

3. ### saxnbass

Mar 9, 2006
Nashville, TN
Moog, is it showing up questionmark144 for you? Cause it's supposed to be square root of 144.

4. ### moogboyInactive

Mar 1, 2007
Moog Artist in Rock/Pop 5th down
no, it is showing up as the square root. let me explain it. you start by doing what is in parentheses, which is square root of 144 times divided by 4 minus 4. and the fact that there is a - at the beginning makes it 0. i love Math.

5. ### saxnbass

Mar 9, 2006
Nashville, TN
Parenthesis first: square root of 144=12
Then you have -(12/4-4) so parenthesis first, and then division first, so:
12/4=3, therefore:
-(3-4), again parenthesis: 3-4=-1
-(-1)=+1

Therefore: -((&#8730;144)/4-4)=+1

6. ### Pearl_jammin

Apr 13, 2004
Bristol. England
Ugh....this is a new low for the 'Post your Pedalboard' threads....

7. ### moogboyInactive

Mar 1, 2007
Moog Artist in Rock/Pop 5th down
okay, so i was ONE off. big deal.

8. ### saxnbass

Mar 9, 2006
Nashville, TN
Makes a big difference in the answers, depending on the equation/problem. Like that incident with the NASA shuttle that got buried instead of landing cause of a small error in one of the math problems.

9. ### Pearl_jammin

Apr 13, 2004
Bristol. England
AGHHH.

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There, it's not mine but I'm going to pretend to stop this maths madness.

10. ### moogboyInactive

Mar 1, 2007
Moog Artist in Rock/Pop 5th down
but i dont work for NASA. oh well. go solve the problem i put in a thread in OT.

11. ### Jared LashBorn under punches

Aug 21, 2006
Denver, CO
+1

Post Your Pedalboard IV is not off to a good start.

I could give a tutorial on integration by trigonometric substitution or do some Riemann sums for you, but I'd rather see some damn pedalboards.

For my part I've got two new pedals on the way and am just waiting on the release of a third.

12. ### moogboyInactive

Mar 1, 2007
Moog Artist in Rock/Pop 5th down
OH. MY. GOD. PM me with how much the guy wants for the Bi-Phase.

13. ### sonicvi

Jun 10, 2005
Houston, TX
actually you were an undefined amount off since you can't divide by 0.

14. ### sonicvi

Jun 10, 2005
Houston, TX
i dunno, I think that board really could use another phaser.

15. ### Sir Edward VNot Actually Knighted... Yet!

Dec 11, 2006
Massachusetts
pfft that **** is easy, how about some Multi-Variable Differential Equations?

lol, sry I'm a Engineering/Math Major

but yes, back to pedalboards! much more entertaining

16. ### hansfranz

Jul 22, 2005
Rocklin, CA
Holy hell, that's beautiful! That's probably about how big my next board is going to be! But why put the pedals on a board if he's using GCX switchers? Wouldn't a rack be more practical if you're using a switching system?

The only thing that would make that board cooler would be to mount a few of those little figurenes on it. I've heard they improve tone even more than blue LED's...

17. ### sonicvi

Jun 10, 2005
Houston, TX
Maybe to have presets and MIDI switching but have the knobs still be in front on the floor?

Dec 19, 2006
Nashville

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19. ### Unknowndude

Apr 20, 2006
Toronto, ON
got my fab echo modded... and pics of board soon

20. ### vtwo

Dec 16, 2006
Connecticut
1. M-Audio makes pedals?! -does a search-

2. tiny un-enlargeable thumbnails make me sad

3. keep them coming! my board's STILL being made so I'll have mine up soon... definately within the month.

edit: Mi Audio.. oops.

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