Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!



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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby ognoy » Sat Feb 23, 2019 5:06 am

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I know I’m real bad about staying active here, but I felt like posting the latest of my board. Been through a reverb journey for the past couple of years, and now I have the Proverb and Flint that are covering every possible need I could want. I don’t see myself really changing anything on this board except for the DE-7, which I’m still on the fence about replacing with either some modulation or another delay. Playing “post metal” for the most part, but I kind of feel I need some diversity outside of reverb and delay.


Sweet board! You already got trem, so you don't need more modulation. ;)
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby Dowi » Sat Feb 23, 2019 5:26 am

gila_crisis wrote:A setup I putted together for a solo-noise concert I'll play in 2 weeks. Main noise sources are that piezo shaker (MASF SCM DIY_Clone/workalike) and the Volca Kick (which can produce also very sublime subbass drones). I must admit is works flawlessly with my baritone guitar too!

That box over the Volca is an AB-Box/Passive-4-channel-mixer I've built myself.

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Digitech Death Metal :eek: haven't seen one of those since highschool :lol:
Never thought of using it for noise stuff.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby odontophobia » Sat Feb 23, 2019 8:43 am

That board looks great dude, super versatile. Makes me want some sort of pitch shifting pedal again.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby adm307 » Sat Feb 23, 2019 10:36 am

odontophobia wrote:That board looks great dude, super versatile. Makes me want some sort of pitch shifting pedal again.

Thanks! I’m very happy with it currently. I had always written off pitch shifters as a gimmick until fairly recently. Now I don’t understand how I went without haha.
ognoy wrote: Sweet board! You already got trem, so you don't need more modulation. ;)

I feel this way most times, but I’m a sucker for good vibrato as well.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby codetocontra » Sun Feb 24, 2019 4:55 pm

Y'all missed out on entering BILF this year. Some really cool stuff here.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby Faldoe » Sun Feb 24, 2019 5:12 pm

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Faldoe wrote:I've been through so many reverbs and don't remember "why" I sold my Spring Chicken. Loved that I could just use my foot to increase the level and get what I needed.


Yep! And with the LE version, rolling the dwell with your foot to adjust the density and hang of the verb before hitting oscillation is pretty fantastic.
It's funny... I went on a bit of a quest, because my silver LE Chicken was acting up and I didn't think i'd be able to find another Spring Chicken to replace it. I did finally find that pink one, but before I did - after trying a bunch of different reverbs, i never found another reverb that had that same pre-delay and interacted with other pedals/amps the way the Chicken does. I'm super bummed they've discontinued them. I wish they're release the schematic so I could build an army of backups...
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I’ve built a few different Belton based reverbs and they are good. Someone traced the SC, or so I thought. I might have to pick one up.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby DADGBD » Sun Feb 24, 2019 7:36 pm

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Faldoe wrote:I've been through so many reverbs and don't remember "why" I sold my Spring Chicken. Loved that I could just use my foot to increase the level and get what I needed.


Yep! And with the LE version, rolling the dwell with your foot to adjust the density and hang of the verb before hitting oscillation is pretty fantastic.
It's funny... I went on a bit of a quest, because my silver LE Chicken was acting up and I didn't think i'd be able to find another Spring Chicken to replace it. I did finally find that pink one, but before I did - after trying a bunch of different reverbs, i never found another reverb that had that same pre-delay and interacted with other pedals/amps the way the Chicken does. I'm super bummed they've discontinued them. I wish they're release the schematic so I could build an army of backups...
:lol:


I’ve built a few different Belton based reverbs and they are good. Someone traced the SC, or so I thought. I might have to pick one up.


How close where the ones you built? Were they all in the ballpark, or did they lack the "magic" these things seem to have? I thought that the EQD Ghost Echo would get me close, but nope. The Chickens sound great on their own, but it's more about how it stacks with amp verb and interacts with other pedals, for me. I find that they have a certain threshold before they start to overload and roar - I can't get enough of that. For whatever reason (maybe it's the brick version?), it doesn't seem to matter what you throw at it, they seem to maintain a clarity that other reverbs don't. Even when freaking out
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Yesterday, I was playing my Group One Traynor head with both of my Chickens stacked and it cemented my resolve - I NEED two on my board at all times. The LE with the dwell hitting just before oscillation, slamming the regular chick. HOT. STUFF.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby gila_crisis » Mon Feb 25, 2019 6:22 am

Dowi wrote:
gila_crisis wrote:A setup I putted together for a solo-noise concert I'll play in 2 weeks. Main noise sources are that piezo shaker (MASF SCM DIY_Clone/workalike) and the Volca Kick (which can produce also very sublime subbass drones). I must admit is works flawlessly with my baritone guitar too!

That box over the Volca is an AB-Box/Passive-4-channel-mixer I've built myself.

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Digitech Death Metal :eek: haven't seen one of those since highschool :lol:
Never thought of using it for noise stuff.


The Digitech/DOD Death Metal is very regarded in the noise/harshnoise scene. 2 weeks ago I played at a Noisefest in Zurich, and 4 acts out of 5 (including my Mulo Muto) had at least 1 Death Metal in their setups :!!!:
with synths and noise devices these kind of distortion pedals are great! I have also a MXR Fullbore Metal that works great for these purposes.
You can easely find them for cheap on the 2nd hand market.
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby univalve » Wed Feb 27, 2019 9:34 am

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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby hbombgraphics » Wed Feb 27, 2019 10:02 am

flipping killer Uni!

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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby MechaGodzilla » Wed Feb 27, 2019 10:36 am

love seeing the big boy black dust
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby alexsga » Wed Feb 27, 2019 12:20 pm

yes very cool! whatre the pedals that are turqouise and the one thats glared out?
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby univalve » Wed Feb 27, 2019 12:34 pm

alexsga wrote:whatre the pedals that are turqouise and the one thats glared out?

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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby sylnau » Wed Feb 27, 2019 12:44 pm

Nice board uni!
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Re: Let's see your PEDAL BOARD!

Postby nogodsnobedtimes » Wed Feb 27, 2019 12:46 pm

Temporary (for now) small board. I sounds great and looks pretty cool, but I have other stuff I want to add. I kinda feel like sticking to an all-gray scale board now though.
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