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Discussion in 'The Buzz Box' started by rompo, Apr 27, 2021.
he makes several that I’d like to try and I like his freaky graphics!
All my pedals are in drawers, now that I don't play out, but here's an older photo of some boards of mine from the past
Apologies if someone else has made a similar joke already. I haven't gone through the whole thread yet.
I only stated playing guitar a few weeks ago. I currently dont have any pedals, but that's about to change. In the next hour or so I'm expecting to receive a little mooer ge 100 multi effects pedal I ordered the other day. I'm to understand these cheaper digital multi effects devices are not necessarily as good as some of the individual ones, kind of a jack of all trades thing. But the reviews of the mooer ones are good, and I'm on a budget. Since I just started playing I dont know which pedals I'm really likely to use, so I figured I'll try out a multi effects one first. Plus it's got a looper, tuner, drum patterns. Cant wait to try it out actually.
Budget effects pedals have come along way, only the most discerning/experienced ears are gonna be able to tell the difference between a high end pedal and a cheap copy. That kind of pedal is perfect for someone at your level, will give you a chance to sample lots of things, decide what is and isn't for you, and you can invest in upgrading the kinds of sounds you want down the road
Here's mine but I have made some changes since. Everything is powered by a power supply that I designed and built and mounted under the board. I have a rather unique, cheap, and non-damaging way to fasten my pedals. It is shown on my web page here. https://www.guitarandbeyond.com/pedal-board/
I was doing a lot of covers so I had to cover a lot of different sounds. I had 3 distortion boxes and the loop switcher made it possible to switch from
one to the other by stepping on one switch. The un-marked grey pedal is a clone of an LPB-1 that I made.
Awesome, especially old school with the AB split.. That Boss pedal is unusual, where did that one manifest Uncle Joe?
I think you may have been jobbed, somebody has robbed u blind!!
I started with a zoom
Short money and it was like a discovery adventure.
& Have fun
Way to organized and tight.. This denotes a certain type of personality that not only peels paint but sometimes rips nails out of sheetrock due to magnetic coils integrating with nails reaching failsafe levels and beyond... Stay hard Treynor!
Dayum, so you were the ones with the wizzards in the back smoking puka pipes.. Eyes on you sir!
Noice.. I wish i could have scored a controller like that in the day.. They have come along way in organizing, subbing, and power management..
Here's one I just
built from scratch, It has a celestion 8 inch speaker and a footnote 5 watt amp. It's pretty fun.
Super messy, but what can you do? There are I few I've built from kits and some franken pedals—that huge black brick is a boss sd-1 on the right and maybe a Joyo HM-2 clone on the left.
THIS. THIS IS SO SUPER TRUE!
Dem fly rigs are cool..
Im in the middle of moving the mothership.. My retro grabass. Right to Left
Morley volume pedal
Chorus and Reverb run off of my 70s Jc-120.
Good man, tight and clean is for accountants!
Lots of great pedals here and good idea for a thread. I don’t have a lot of pedals but I do love the DD-7 as part of my regular sound. The Boss chorus is a Long Dot version
I bought new around 1980...same for the A/DA flanger. It may go a little off topic but I added a few other shots of the man cave . What the hell...
Me too! Let me know how you like it if you get one.