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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by willbassyeah, Dec 26, 2014.
It's going to take awhile
There's an Ap for that.
Needs moar LS-2s.
Gonna need a bigger boat
I just redid mine .... and I don't intend to go through that hell again
The thrill is in the journey. I only have six things on my board, but it's a never-ending work in progress.
Almost there omg
Tell me about it. I've got 25 years of pedalboard re-arranging and still not done. Stuff keeps changing all the time. Cant keep up with it.
And I am left with a bit of space, the space on the right is for my pitchfork, the rat tail will be replace by freeze when the pitchfork arrive. Will be getting a classic audio roller volume pedal to adjust output volume before going to the looper
That's not so bad. What's bad is when you have PT Pro full of pedals and have to rearrange everything because one pedal wants to be closer to the front of your chain and is killing the tone of everything in it's path. OR when you have a damn patch cable go bad and have to go through 40 cables to figure out which one it is. UGH. lol
Finish cabling finally, and that's the roller volume pedal that I thought of getting. It's pre-order only and backtracked order.
Side note anyone knows any volume pedal similar to that?? Was checking out briefly and found the boomerang. Anyone has experience on that??
I found a nifty way to test your patch cable using a multimeter I make sure to test all my cables before patching up my board looking to buy a seperate cable tester too
Yea that's definitely a smarter method. LOL!
You don't need a cable tester. You have a multimeter.
So that's where all the local LS-2s have been going!
phhthtthhll. simplest thing in the world. I'll make it easy for you. Send me that Ditto, PhatPhuk, and Darkglass pedals and the rest will fall right into place!
Dude your multi-LS-2 dual AB stacked loop fuzz/OD matrix is awesome.
Oh man it could be so much worse. But I know what you mean OP, it can get pretty tedious redoing your board. I think I've done mine about 15 times this year at least. Sometimes it's fun. Sometimes. Most times it sucks though. I just did mine the beginning of this week and tested all my patches and repaired, reran all my power. Eventing. I'm glad I did. My board sounds awesome now. Low to no noise, nice strong, clean and solid signal.
I enjoy cleaning up my pedal board. The biggest challenge is to keep it to ONE board. I used to role with 2......and it's a constant challenge for me to stay with 1. I think I see a switch patch in my future
haha it was meant to switch between my synth setup and my dirt setup but the band directions suddenly change to more of traditional rock sounding... so i remove all my synth pedals off my board here is a pic of my old board