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  • My pedalboard is complete :)

    Signal chain: Xotic Wah-->Rawkworks Eliora Fuzz-->Jext Telez White Pedal v2-->BBE OptiComp-->Vick Audio Tree of Life Overdrive-->Vein-Tap Murder One kill switch-->Tapestry Audio Bloomery Active Volume Pedal-->Strymon Mobius-->Strymon Timeline-->Strymon BigSky-->Chase Tone Secret preamp (left): Chase Tone Secret Preamp (right)
    Disaster Area DMC-8 Gen3 MIDI Controller
    Analysis Plus Silver Oval thin cables
    Power: Strymon Zuma and Ojai


    Last edited by DreamPop; 03-01-2018, 02:52 PM.

  • #2
    Now let's see how well he keeps it dusted.

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    • #3
      Swiffer to the rescue!

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      • #4
        being a guitar player mysefl, always been drooling for Strimon Timeline+Bigsky combo=) nice pedalboard

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Calavera Love View Post
          being a guitar player mysefl, always been drooling for Strimon Timeline+Bigsky combo=) nice pedalboard

          Thank you - I am still learning how to use them

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          • #6
            Shame the Mobius and Big Sky are ruining the greyscale vibe. ;)

            Looks awesome, look forward to hearing it in action sometime.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by GaryG View Post
              Shame the Mobius and Big Sky are ruining the greyscale vibe. ;)

              Looks awesome, look forward to hearing it in action sometime.
              YEah I agree greyscale would've been a lot cooler - maybe I need to get out a can of spray paint

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DreamPop View Post

                YEah I agree greyscale would've been a lot cooler - maybe I need to get out a can of spray paint
                better yet, leave them blue and switch all those red knobs to blue.

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                • #9
                  Well that board is really cool. Smart guy, leaving all that room for more pedals!

                  Q: do you have a second delay (other than the dual delay on the Timeline)? And do you have a looper somewhere else?

                  Regarding that empty space........ I've found that the more I play with the El Capistan, the more I like it. Not only does it have great and, in my opinion, unmatched tape sounds, but the Sound On Sound is really an interesting, quirky function. While only a 20 second loop, it degrades over time, and you can pour layer on layer while the bottom layers are degrading, and well, it makes a swirl of atmosphere that is quite unique.

                  Sorry to co-opt your pedal-board post with an ad for the El Cap, but that upper right area just looks so....... vacant........
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by whispersinspace View Post
                    Well that board is really cool. Smart guy, leaving all that room for more pedals!

                    Q: do you have a second delay (other than the dual delay on the Timeline)? And do you have a looper somewhere else?

                    Regarding that empty space........ I've found that the more I play with the El Capistan, the more I like it. Not only does it have great and, in my opinion, unmatched tape sounds, but the Sound On Sound is really an interesting, quirky function. While only a 20 second loop, it degrades over time, and you can pour layer on layer while the bottom layers are degrading, and well, it makes a swirl of atmosphere that is quite unique.

                    Sorry to co-opt your pedal-board post with an ad for the El Cap, but that upper right area just looks so....... vacant........

                    I have just the one delay pedal

                    The TimeLine has a looper and the Disaster Area MIDI controller adds some extra looper functions -- don't ask me how to use them though

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                    • #11
                      i had been rocking a el cap blue sky for awhile then the big sky came out so i had to get it! congratulations on getting the board together. For as long as i have been playing i haven't been able to commit to one signal chain. i am always changing my order and routing stereo outputs in different directions. not to mention some times i love the blue sky ran into my sound wave destroyer then through a bunch of delay then to the big sky. sometimes i am fine running fuzz into stacked delays and reverbs. i must be shallow and afraid of commitment

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                      • #12
                        There is no honor among guitar pedals

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by magnesson View Post
                          i had been rocking a el cap blue sky for awhile then the big sky came out so i had to get it! congratulations on getting the board together. For as long as i have been playing i haven't been able to commit to one signal chain. i am always changing my order and routing stereo outputs in different directions. not to mention some times i love the blue sky ran into my sound wave destroyer then through a bunch of delay then to the big sky. sometimes i am fine running fuzz into stacked delays and reverbs. i must be shallow and afraid of commitment
                          i agree strymon pedals are awsome!!! back in the days when I was a schoolboy, I used to stack/split multiple cheep delay n reverb boxes spiced by DIY fuzz factrory for crazy oscillating drones. Then sample this madness into MPC or S1100 for further manipulations: resampling, pitching down, reversing......then back to the begining))))

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                          • #14
                            Nice board dude.

                            I use the strymon timeline and big-sky myself. I swear every time I go into the parameters on those dry means I can come up with something new and exciting.
                            I'm not quite so familiar with some of your other pedals as I use difference effects.
                            Unfortunately everytime I think I'm done building my pedalboard something new and exciting comes out.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by George Johnson View Post
                              Nice board dude.

                              I use the strymon timeline and big-sky myself. I swear every time I go into the parameters on those dry means I can come up with something new and exciting.
                              I'm not quite so familiar with some of your other pedals as I use difference effects.
                              Unfortunately everytime I think I'm done building my pedalboard something new and exciting comes out.


                              Exactly - it is a never-ending quest for some new sound -- I am currently interested in the Meris Enzo

                               

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