Check out this awesome pedalboard Emmanuel submitted to us.
- PedalTrain PT-Pro-HC (PedalBoard)
- Carl Martin Pro Power (Power supply)
- TC Electronic Polytune 2 (Tuner)
- MXR MC406 Custom Audio Electronics Buffer (Buffer)
- MXR CSP202 Custom Comp (Compressor)
- Xotic RC Booster (Boost)
- Dunlop GCB95 CryBaby (Wah)
- Palmer Octobus (Switch)
- Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator (Acoustic Simulator)
- Electro-Harmonix Nano Small Stone (Phaser)
- Maxon OD-808 (Overdrive)
- Mesa Boogie Throttle Box (Distortion)
- MXR M234 Analog Chorus (Chorus)
- Ibanez FL9 Flanger (Flanger)
- Boss PS-6 Harmonist (Harmoniser)
- Electro-Harmonix #1 Echo (Delay)
- Strymon Bluesky Reverberator (Reverb)
- Mesa Boogie Five-Band Graphic (Graphic EQ)
- ISP Technologies Decimator Pedal V-II (Noise Reduction)
I use this pedalboard for all my musical projects.
It is plugged into the clean channel of a Peavey Valveking 50 II Combo ( 1×12 / 50W ).
The original speaker was replaced by a Celestion Vintage 30 (16 Ohms).
I can play every styles with (rock, blues, funk, jazz, fusion), even if I mainly play progressive metal.
The idea is to use analog/vintage technology for a modern sound that remains organic. Even if it sounds really good (and it’s extremely convenient), I think that the FractalAudio’s AxeFX ( my first choice ) demonstred a lack of personality. All guitarists who uses it sound the same.
Emmanuel plan to change (at the same place in the chain):
- MXR CSP202 Custom Comp by Keeley C4 Compressor
- Dunlop GCB95 CryBaby by G Lab Wowee-Wah
- Electro-Harmonix Nano Small Stone by MXR Phase 99 MXR Custom Shop (Phaser)
- Maxon OD-808 by Fulltone OCD (Overdrive)
- MXR M234 Analog Chorus by Jam Pedals WaterFall (Chorus)
- Electro-Harmonix #1 Echo by Wampler Faux Tape Echo Delay
What do you guys think…?
His signalchain: Tuner – EHX SoulFood – EHX Big Muff Pi – OCD – Eventide H9 – Holy Grail
Hy im Dariusz from Germany. I play in three bands. With two different Amps (Peavey Blues Classic 1×15 Two Channels, Peavey Windsor 2×12 One Channel). The Heart of my Rig is the Musicom. To change pedals and even my amp channel/springreverb in a preset makes my live easier. I changed a lot of pedals over the years, but the musicom stays on the board. The H9 in combination with the musicom an its midi capability i can get a lot of different sounds with just a push of a button. Right now im Happy with the rig. But im sure i will always try to find the perfekt OD/Distortion.
Dariusz plays in a lot of bands. Check ’em out and I’ll guess you’ll be able to hear his board in action:
I love playing ambient space filled music having multiple delays at different points in my chain allows me to layers and create huge sounds. I play mostly in a church setting and the ability to preset songs with the midi controlled pedals is fantastic.
I stack my drives generally having my boost and compression always on. I generally run fairly clean amps and let the drives be my overdriven tone. For lead lines I use the Organizer or when I’m doing swells its super versatile.
I love playing stereo!!
Thank you Matt for sending in a picture and description of your awesome pedalboard.
Oh yeah. This is Pedalboard No. 100 on pedalboardz.com. And it’s a big one…