LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by stargazer747 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 11:33 am

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Heads: Orange Rocker 15 Terror, Brent Hinds Terror, Signature #4 Jim Root Terror, Dark Terror, Micro Dark Terror - Cabs: Marshall 412 Celestion Vintage 30s, EVH 5150 III 212 & 112 Celestion 70th Anniversary

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by stargazer747 » Thu Jun 21, 2018 11:31 am

It can get pretty costly, not that I make tons of money nor is it that I am getting paid for playing. But when you have a passion for something as all of us here on this forum do for music, its hard to hold to a budget. I do look towards some gear I would love to own but went for a modestly priced model or alternative because I could not justify its price tag. We all have to live within our means and if there is a piece of gear you would like but cannot go for it new, you can looks towards getting it used from eBay, Reverb.com, Guitar Center, etc. A few of my gear were bought used from those sites. In all I have 5x Orange Terror heads, 3x cabs; both the EVH 5150 112 and 212 (Celestion 70th Anniversary), and a Marshall 412 (Celestion Vintage 30), 33x pedals on 4x pedalboards with pricy DiMarzio patch cables and extra 9V power supplies, 6x guitars, and 1x keyboard synth from the 80s! Not to mention thru the years so many pieces of equipment I had and sold off, traded in, or gave away!

I have set up essentially 3 rigs;
Small = Orange Micro Dark Terror or Dark Terror paired with the EVH 5150 III 112 with my 6-shooter pedalboard
Medium = Orange Jim Root Terror or Brent Hinds Terror paired with the EVH 5150 III 212 with my "ALL MXR" board
Large = Orange Rocker 15 Terror paired with the Marshall 412 with my "Ambient meets Vintage" board
They can be mixed and matched at any time, the pleasures of standardization thruout the equipment, yet maintaining their own uniqueness and always keeping things exciting.

I try not to let price be a major factor in what gear I'm looking towards, but there is plenty of gear I would like to buy but I won't cause of the price, if myself and the buddies I jam with become a professional gigging band and we get paid for it, then maybe. All hobbies are expensive; music, motorcycles, hunting, flying, driving muscles cars, gaming computers, tattoos, etc...
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Heads: Orange Rocker 15 Terror, Brent Hinds Terror, Signature #4 Jim Root Terror, Dark Terror, Micro Dark Terror - Cabs: Marshall 412 Celestion Vintage 30s, EVH 5150 III 212 & 112 Celestion 70th Anniversary

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by Norrin Radd » Fri Jun 22, 2018 3:01 am

Finally got a good fuzz!

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by stargazer747 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 1:48 pm

Updated pictures of my boards as they are now...

All 3 are split signal chain with 2 signal paths for Preamp & FX Loop using the 4-cable method, both signal chain have their own LiveWire 9V 1700mA AC Adapter, the connections terminate at a 4-way junction box (Quad Patch Bay), big boards use DiMarzio Patch cables, the smaller board Hosa flats.

My "Ambient meets Vintage" board is a ProTec Stonewood 24" x 12"
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My MXR/Dunlop/Way Huge board
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My "6-shooter" is a PedalTrain Nano +
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And this is a "Micro-board" that the Preamp side of the signal chain of whichever pedalboard I am using passes thru to the front of the amp; a Hotone Skyline Series Tuner which is also a 12dB clean boost (I like the tuner always on and its perfect to boost the signal clean to maintain its tone after it goes thru all those preamp pedals) and a CNZ Sketch Series Noise Gate (excellent low cost pedal that works very well at taming unwanted signal noises, fantastic note detection without loss of sustain)
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Heads: Orange Rocker 15 Terror, Brent Hinds Terror, Signature #4 Jim Root Terror, Dark Terror, Micro Dark Terror - Cabs: Marshall 412 Celestion Vintage 30s, EVH 5150 III 212 & 112 Celestion 70th Anniversary

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by MarshallGibsons » Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:48 am

I'm never happy, so its constantly changing, when develop the patience to tackle it.

Recently I ditched a homemade board I had made, when I decided to upgrade to the TrueTone CS12. I'd tried the Voodoo Labs and was not impressed at all, plus bracket is sold separately and and the 18v connectors... naw. You get all that stuff with the TrueTone... plus whisper quiet power.

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Flanger is probably coming off (maybe) later this week. Buying a POG off a friend.
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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by ReggaeJoe » Sun Oct 28, 2018 1:33 am

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This is a bit dated now, though. I've got my Strymon Riverside OD on the board in place of the MXR OD, and I took the Doubler out and put my Behringer reverb back in.
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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by Meowatthesun » Sat Dec 29, 2018 5:28 pm

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by northernguitarguy » Wed May 29, 2019 2:49 pm

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Purple pedal is a BYOC Tremelo, aluminum is a BYOC 'Leeds' Superfuzz clone, the black is a BUGGFX Raincoat and the slim aluminum pedal is a loop pedal used as a channel switcher.

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by Ticklz » Sun Aug 11, 2019 12:59 pm

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by OU818 » Sun Aug 11, 2019 11:20 pm

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This forum needs more bass boards :mrgreen:
Orange Gear:
AD200B MkIII
Terror Bass MkII
OBC810

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Barefaced Super Twin

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by groundmeat » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:27 am

I don't have a pedalboard yet. But I have plenty of crap to put on one. For funsies, I did up a guitar magazine style routing diagram for my setup the other day. It doesn't include ALL my pedals, just the most important ones and how I think I might arrange them once I find a board (or boardsssss - plural) for them all. I'm thinking I'll have a separate smaller one for the delays, reverbs, and whatever is running through the amps loop.

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Some of the arrangement might be a little odd. Like the DejaVibe before the RMC4 wah. Yeah, I did that intentionally, because sometimes I like to use wah WITH univibe, and I like the way it sounds with the univibe first. I kinda view univibe as a type of wah. It always sounds best as early as possible in the chain.

The Digitech GSP2101 rack unit is mainly for compression. I don't really use compression to tighten up my sound. I experimented with a EHX Tone Corset once and wasn't happy with the results. With the amp on clean it was fine, but on dirty it amplified the background hum far too much. I only use the compressor module in the Digitech unit to get that poppy slappy clicky kinda over-compressed thing. (Dunno if anyone knows what I'm referring to. I can't find a youtube clip of anything to reference.) And if I run the unit in front of the amp, because it has it's own 2-tube driven preamp section, it covers up the sound the amp gets on it's own too much. Putting it in the loop and running it on a clean tube preamp setting (even when the Orange is on dirty) kinda compliments the amp better and rounds out the sound even more.

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by bclaire » Sun Jul 19, 2020 1:31 pm

Wow... you're gonna need a big board....

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Re: LETS SEE SOME PEDALBOARDS!!!

Post by groundmeat » Mon Jul 20, 2020 10:57 am

The Chorus Ensemble I'm not too sure will be permanent. It doesn't sound as different from the Mistress flanger as it might need to in order to make it necessary.

The Marshall Vibratrem might go too, but it'll probably get replaced with some other Tremolo pedal. I didn't know it until AFTER I bought it that this pedal (and several other reasonably priced basic Tremolo pedals like the Boss one) have a quirk about them where they boost your signal slightly when turned on. I need a pedal that either doesn't do that, or has a volume control on it where you can level it down. The Voodoo Labs 4-knob tremolo looks the best to me so far. Was also considering the new Fender Tre-Verb tremolo + reverb combo pedal. I figure if anyone will make a good tremolo pedal it'll have to be Fender. That things about 270 bucks though. A little pricey.

Really ALL 3 of the dirt pedals could go off the board. The difference in textures of tones from what the amp gets compared to what those 2 fuzzes do is VAST.

And I also still want to get a volume pedal for doing volume swell effects, maybe combined with delay at times. Also would be wise to get a tuner pedal I suppose.

I have one more pedal that I kinda wish I could include... it's another BIG one though. It's dead at the moment, gotta find someone I trust to fix it. It's an old mid or late 70's Morley PFV phaser. Has a 2 prong AC cord attached like all those big old Morley chrome pedals had. My dad bought it for me for my 16th birthday back in the 90's.

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