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Pedal-fi: Post your effects board!

post #1 of 47
Thread Starter 
Saw a thread like this at harmony central and I thought it would be interesting to see what effects/pedals the musicians on head-fi use. I'd post mine but I'm too lazy at the moment. Doesn't matter what instrument you play, just post away!
post #2 of 47
My rig for the gig that I've been playing for the past month is this:

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Electric bass---+
                +--A/B switch-->Ernie ball volume pedal-->Acoustic Image Clarus Amp-->Raezer's Edge cabinet
Upright bass ---+                        |                                  |
                                       Boss TU-2 tuner                      Shure PSM 200
My guitar rig is usually something like this:

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Guitar --> Boss TU-2 -->  Reverend Drivetrain Overdrive --> Reverend Hellhound 40/60
Though, depending on what I'm playing, I'll sometimes use a POD Line6 XTLive. When I use the Line6, depending on the situation, I'll sometimes run the Line6 into the Shure PSM-200 (which is a wireless in-ear monitor system) and then either directly to the PA or into the power amp input on the Reverend Hellhound (bypassing the pre-amp).
post #3 of 47


since this picture I've added a EHX Nano Clone chorus pedal and a DIY Build Your Own Clone Tremolo pedal.


For recordings of my violin in various styles go to http://mark.hayden31.com/music (there's also some techno on there that I uploaded for a music class I'm taking)

edit- description of teh rig (picture isn't the clearest)

Violin > Whammy > Wah > Death Metal > Bad Monkey > Turbo Flanger > Nano Clone > DIY Tremolo > Delay. Everything but the delay is looped through the Boss NS-2 to reduce background noise and overdrive / distortion hiss.
post #4 of 47


Zoom GFX-5

This is the only pedal I have right now. It's capable of damn near anything, but it's too damn confusing to operate outside of preset tones.

GAD
post #5 of 47
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by skudmunky View Post


since this picture I've added a EHX Nano Clone chorus pedal and a DIY Build Your Own Clone Tremolo pedal.


For recordings of my violin in various styles go to http://mark.hayden31.com/music (there's also some techno on there that I uploaded for a music class I'm taking)

edit- description of teh rig (picture isn't the clearest)

Violin > Whammy > Wah > Death Metal > Bad Monkey > Turbo Flanger > Nano Clone > DIY Tremolo > Delay. Everything but the delay is looped through the Boss NS-2 to reduce background noise and overdrive / distortion hiss.
Very interesting sound! I like it!
post #6 of 47
I just scored this Boss ME-6 on ebay yesterday for $75 Gonna try it in front of my Pignose G40V. Link -> http://www.bossarea.com/other/me6.asp



9 Effects

Compressor

Overdrive

Distortion

Noise Suppressor

3 Band Equalizer

Delay

Chorus

Flanger

Reverb
post #7 of 47
NICE!

GAD
post #8 of 47
Thread Starter 
Nice Hermitt! I've heard a pignose G40 modded with a celetion vintage g10 speaker, and it was one of the loudest small amps I've ever heard.
post #9 of 47
my board changes depending on what i'm doing at the time
post #10 of 47
This Pignose is bad assed. I picked it up at the musician's flea market for $200 and it already has good NOS tubes and a MojoTone AlNiCo 10" vintage type speaker. I also just scored a fairly new 12" Eminence/Fender speaker from a Blues Jr that I'm going to build a 1x12 box for, so that I can stack the piggy on top of it.
post #11 of 47
Thread Starter 
Finally got around to taking a pic of mine. Here it is:

post #12 of 47
thats hot. edit - I REALLY like the interconnects your using between pedals, got a link?

as soon as I have time I'm going to build 2 smaller pedalboards, one for whammy / wah / distortion, and the other for FX like flange, phase, chorus, delay, etc. That way, when I get an amp with an effects loop I won't have to rebuild.
post #13 of 47
WOW.

I never even thought of making/getting a pedalboard since I never gig out. All my pedals are kinda sitting in drawers and on shelves, and I pull one or two as needed. but i just got a few plugs on ebay so i could string them all up, so i'll take a pic of em all once the plugs are here!
post #14 of 47
Thread Starter 
They're superb cables with no signal loss at all. Best of all you cut them to your own legnth. You can find them here: http://www.georgelsstore.com/.
post #15 of 47
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Originally Posted by bloodydoorknob View Post
Finally got around to taking a pic of mine. Here it is:
I see your fulltone OCD there, is it any good?
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