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Show me your compact pedalboard setup

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by garmenteros, Jun 15, 2012.

  1. Wireless to amp definitely works. One of the guitar players in my band does that using 5.8ghz dongles with no issues.

    I’m also using xsw wireless to get my mic to the board. It’s all been working great at rehearsal, I can’t wait to use the whole setup at a gig. As of right now it looks like it won’t be until mid March.
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  2. The SubNUp is only offset because the input/output jacks don't quick line up the same as the other pedals.
    It's part of my custom floor sampler/effect processor.
    Making my own effect processor with stuff laying around
    krdp_nsk and instrumentalist like this.
  3. Phaser, envelope filter, and octave pedal. All by EBS. I haven’t been able to get what I want out of the envelope filter but the other two are keepers.

  4. minimal

    minimal Supporting Member

    Jun 1, 2013
    I figured it was time to compact my board a fair bit and this is what I’ve gotten it down to. It may be small, but it's oh so very doomy.

    OBNE Signal Blender
    Darkglass Alpha Omega Ultra
    EHX Green Russian Big Muff Pi – Metal Zone (modded)
    Fortin Zuul - (Darkglass Element for headphones practice) - Orange Terror Bass - OBC115

    I’m loving the variations of dirt and grit that I can get out of this relatively simple setup. The Darkglass AOU is pretty much an always on pedal while the Russian and Metal Zone are an either/or situation as things just get way too noisy with both engaged at once. The Metal Zone has been modded according to this video. I removed both the C35 and C24 caps to get rid of the mid and high frequency boosts. I do have a Life Pedal clone kit coming, so chances are the Green Russian will get replaced with that as between the two, the modded Metal Zone definitely wins out over the Russian. The Signal Blender isn’t necessarily needed here, but I do really like the ability to control the volumes of each channel to avoid big volume spikes when throwing on some more dirt.
  5. Redid my Nano sized homemade board. Was a carpeted piece of timber but is now aluminium frame so I could get a battery underneath. Mooer Sweeper off, Envelope filter on. Can be power by Battery, or by a one spot. (power sockey is top right in the underneath shot.
  6. Nuage420

    Nuage420 Supporting Member

    Dec 7, 2014
    Slimmed down from this.

    To this
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    Made a mini version of my garage junk board in preparation for some up coming travel. I may make a second one for my gt1000core and an expression pedal.
  7. Lovep

    Lovep Supporting Member

    Mar 17, 2011
    Indianapolis, IN
    Down to three pedals.

  8. Lovep

    Lovep Supporting Member

    Mar 17, 2011
    Indianapolis, IN
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  9. Bassworship1

    Bassworship1 Supporting Member

    Jun 20, 2013
    Reddi is great and I used one for a long time. I personally think the khan is better and I love that it will mount to a pedalboard. Especially the new smaller version. I gigged the older one with the Noble for a while and my band mates all agreed it was much better live. Obeid is a great guy to deal with also.
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  10. Bassworship1

    Bassworship1 Supporting Member

    Jun 20, 2013
    Man I’m loving my Messenger also. It gives me the tone control and clarity I’ve always wanted in a preamp.
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  11. realmacaroni


    Dec 28, 2019
    Pgh PA
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  12. Nuage420

    Nuage420 Supporting Member

    Dec 7, 2014
    These are the most comfy skate shoes I've ever worn. I tried to get a second pair but they're LE and sold out in my size everywhere.
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  13. Jephmo


    May 7, 2019
    Went to a music store over the weekend that only sells pedals just to look around. 2 hours later, left with a few new pedals. Got a BYW Blacky Blower going into a Walrus Audio Julianna going into a Polytune mini and finally into a Strymon Nightsky. Everything is powered by an MXR Mini Iso-brick. The Nightsky was the biggest surprise. Never tried a reverb before and this pedal can do that and so much more. Haven't even scratched the surface. Can't wait to try the board out full-volume at practice tonight. 16124670578412252571979155282331.jpg
  14. I reply to myself: No, it never f.....n' ends.
  15. dmt


    Apr 19, 2003
    Orbiting Sol
    Finally got this guy essentially finished this weekend. I still need to finalize the power cable wiring and straighten everything out, but I’m pretty psyched so I’m just gonna post it now. Most of this stuff is used, so I’ve been slowly putting it together as the pedals I wanted would come up for sale used locally. The crowning piece is the Mu-Tron that I just saw come up the other day and picked up Friday.
    This is for my practice room/studio setup, so the drum machine, looper and ABY are on there so I can put together a complete little rhythm track for ideas that I can then work over with other instruments or, of course, I can just play bass against the drum machine. Or heck, I can just quickly play guitar through my bass pedalboard for a change o’ pace — that’s what the ABY switch is for. I have a guitar sitting on a stand to the side and hooked up to the ABY switch so that I can pick it up at any time. Guitar doesn’t sound/feel the best through the bass amp, but it’ll do in a pinch and it works well for its main purpose — quickly adding a rhythm guitar part.

    Anyway, this little pedalboard, a "kitchen sink-er" for sure :roflmao:, has been a fun project that took a long time to finally come together how I’d originally envisioned it. Metro 24 board, 1SPOT CS6 power supply underneath
  16. redstrand

    redstrand Supporting Member

    May 18, 2007
    Saint Louis, MO
    Fool For Four Strings
    Since my other smaller board grew, I put this together. Modded eq, broadcast clone, way huge piercing moose clone and and Pete special vibemeister. All tasty on bass

  17. Peaveylover

    Peaveylover Supporting Member

    Dec 6, 2019
    I'm very interested in that blower box. What are your thoughts on it?
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  18. berman3313

    berman3313 Supporting Member

    Jan 14, 2009
    So, looking for some input - literally...
    Currently I have a DOD Meatbox in the last position - but since I recently changed output to SWR 400 --> 212 Genzler - thought I might solicit some thoughts about what to put last. Not too interesting in distortion, envelope or phase. So what haven't I heard that I should try??

    Incomplete Board.jpg
  19. Nuage420

    Nuage420 Supporting Member

    Dec 7, 2014
    I have the tuner and Hyper Luminal in FX loop 1 the Harmonic Booster and B7K in FX Loop 2 so I can place them anywhere I want in the chain. Generally loop 2 last so I can utilize the Darkglass cabsims. I have loaded 16 IRs into the available slots of the GT-1000CORE and am able to utilize them as well.
    Loop 1 is always on so I can monitor tuning and set the compression early. If I need any extra compression later I can add it in the Gt chain.
  20. Chorus? Octaver?
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