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Pedalboard Build 2019

Discussion in 'Show Us Your Gear!' started by makingsound, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. makingsound

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    Hey all! I've been reworking my pedalboard, jumping ship from a 28x16 flatboard to a Temple Audio Trio 21. I'll update this thread with progress reports. The Mastermind LT controls two midi loop boxes & a Gigrig remote loopy 2 (as well as the midi enabled pedals).

    Let me know if you have any questions/suggestions!

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    It took a bit of planning/head scratching to keep as many pedals as possible. I decided to throw a couple pedals under the board. The Compressor & Fuzz Factory are inside the Remote Loopy 2 which is being controlled by the LT's function switches.
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    Very nice!
     
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    Thank you, Ron! The LT is incredible! The PBC/6X does have my interest tho...
     
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    Here's the 1st draft of the board swap. The biggest change here is that I took the Big Muff off & swapped the MD-500 for an H9.

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    There were a few pedals I've had my eye on that popped up locally, so the pedal party commenced. Still undecided on whats going to make the cut.

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