Temple Pedalboards

Discussion in 'Accessories [BG]' started by theduke1, Jun 14, 2019.

  1. theduke1


    Dec 22, 2010
    Sussex WI
    I’ve been looking at getting a new pedalboard and came across the Temple brand.
    Has anyone out here in TB land using one, looking at one?
    I’m not sure about the modules and power plugs offered and they say to use a thin line power supply.
    They are not cheap, and I have no issue spending the money, but looking for more detailed information
  2. Haroldo

    Haroldo Supporting Member

    Aug 31, 2005
    North Shore, MA
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  3. Windowliquor

    Windowliquor Supporting Member

    Jul 6, 2018
    DFAA81F0-EED6-402D-A015-360772582EB0.jpeg I dig mine so far. It’s super lightweight and plenty of options for cable routing on top or below. There’s also a ton of different power/audio in/out modules available, but they’re pretty pricey. The One Spot and Rusty Box supplies fit well under there, secured with cable ties, and I scored a splitter on Amazon to run out the side into an extension cord.

    I got my Temple from a shop on Reverb, with the bag. Was about 125 if I recall correctly....
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  4. theduke1


    Dec 22, 2010
    Sussex WI
    Thanks Brother
  5. I use a Temple and I love it.

    I have the IEC module for power which splits underneath the board to a Cioks Adam (powering everything except the Helix) and the Helix supply, both are mounted easily under the board.

    I also have a patch module which allows two outputs from my Helix, one with no amp/cab sims which goes straight to my on-stage amp and the other which has the sims and runs straight to a DI for FOH.

    It’s super easy to setup and feels very sturdy.

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  6. theduke1


    Dec 22, 2010
    Sussex WI
    Can you show me the under side?
  7. theduke1


    Dec 22, 2010
    Sussex WI
    I am going to purchase a setup from Sweetwater next month they offer the kit and I only need to add the mounting plates and a power supply
  8. hbabels


    Jul 26, 2015
    Phoenix, AZ
    Nice setup! I have same board and similar set of pedals. Are you running the drive pedals in front of HX Stomp or in the FX loop ?
    How are you dividing the the split to Amp and FOH ? Right and left outputs hard panned ? How’s it working out ?

    I’m trying to figure out how to incorporate my Stomp into my setup.
  9. Sure I’ll get a photo taken shortly.

    I’m just heading out but will sit down and answer this for you when i get back.

    Short answer in the meantime is:

    Signal goes into HPF/LPF -> Hyper Luminal Compressor -> Darkglass X7 - signal is then split using the Parallel out so Signal A goes -> X7 effected -> Alpha Omega Ultra -> Helix Stomp - Signal B goes straight into Helix Stomp.

    I then run a clean/time based FX (Signal B) blend back into Signal A.

    This then outputs via the FX Loop of the Stomp to the Out for the Amp. The Helix blended path then continues into an Amp/Cab model before heading out to the DI Out.

    Screen shots may help. Will do that later :D
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  11. hbabels


    Jul 26, 2015
    Phoenix, AZ
    Dude, I never even though of running things that way with stomp, now I really have options to try ! Thanks , yeah screen shots would be cool whenever you get a chance. Thanks!
  12. chadhargis

    chadhargis Jack of all grooves, master of none Supporting Member

    Jan 5, 2010
    Nashville, TN
    I love mine, but I ditched the plates and just used Velcro. Less of a pain in the butt.

    I have a Ciocks DC-5 and a microThumpinator underneath.


  13. OK so I'll break it down again and you should be able to see from the screen shot the basic idea behind it.

    Bass -> Broughton Audio LPF/HPF -> Darkglass Hyper Luminal Compressor -> Darkglass X7

    From here the signal splits

    Signal A -> Darkglass X7 -> Darkglass Alpha Omega Ultra -> Helix Stomp Input L/Mono -> Obsidian (HX)
    Signal B -> Parallel Out (no effect) -> Helix Stomp Return L/Mono -> Gray Flanger (HX) -> Transistor Tape (HX)

    Signal A + B are blended back together -> Helix Stomp Send (Out to Patchbay Module labelled AMP) -> Dry Thru -> Cali 400 Ch1 (HX Amp/Cab sim) -> Helix Stomp Main Output L/Mono (Out to Patchbay module labelled DI)

    Screen Shot 2019-06-16 at 1.10.42 pm.png

    Screenshot of mixer for A + B
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    I also have a few other settings that allow more flexibility such as Signal B Return can be toggled on and off by Footswitch 1 and the Obsidian model by Footswitch 2 whereas the Delay tap tempo is Footswitch 3.

    I also have a Snapshot setup that either kills the Signal B altogether or just kills the Delay model and keeps the Flanger.

    I've been meaning to get a midi switch setup but haven't found the need to change more than 1 or 2 things at a time.

    Anysay, sorry @theduke1 for hijacking your thread. @hbabels feel free to DM me if you want more info :D
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  14. hbabels


    Jul 26, 2015
    Phoenix, AZ
    Thanks !

    & yeah to post relevant to the thread, , sorry got distracted , on temple boards I have a Duo 17 & it’s great.

    I would say really check your placement of mounting plates on pedals etc that can be a little tricky so measure twice mount once type of thing. The plates are also a bit of work to get off of a pedal. A bit more work than their YouTube video might have you believe.

    That said we’ll built , light weight , look cool & the power & IO modules are nice features for easy connections.