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    PRS Addiction CoreyT's Avatar
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    Pedaltrain mates up to the Voodoo after drilling a few holes.
    PT has their own power supply coming out too.


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    Another Pedaltrain/Pedal Power II here... although I just swapped the Boss Blues Driver for a Timmy (from Guitar Sanctuary at the Dallas show) - verdict still out on that one, not enough time to play with it.
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    I have moved away from single pedals and just use a TC Electronic Nova System. The only pedal left is a Keeley DS1 infront of the NS, used when I really want to go crazy with gain...
    This goes in to a Laney LC15 (2 x EL84's) that has moved from its 1x10'' housing into a 2x12''

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    My humble submission...

    "He's kind of like a bear at a campsite...you think he's cute and kind of want to hug him, but in the end you know he's dangerous and is going to stomp on your tent and eat all your food..." - martysnarf

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    ^^ Very tidy!! Love how the Wah has it's own spot. Very cool lookin board!

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    This is my most recent revision of my board, but in all honesty I'd like to put together a smaller one just for ease of transport. Probably just one drive pedal, delay, wah, tuner, and reverb. Anyways, this one has it all, with some fun stuff running in the effects loop of my amp - got a 4 cable setup on the noise clamp, and a Line Selector set up with a volume boost and delay and chorus in the pedal's loop, so I can get all that stuff for a solo boost with one tap.

    -I'm no expert, but it seems to work and I haven't electrocuted myself yet. Which is pretty much the standard I live by.

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    Some great looking boards here!

    I'll have to get my new cam out and see what it's capable of.
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    Got a Timmy in place of the PlimSoul...
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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawk36 View Post
    My humble submission...

    Humble?! You got the ultimate delay and mod pedal in existence on there! Great board Andy.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Beef View Post
    So, a lot of you guys are running Pedaltrains. Do you prefer the wedge shape over the two tier shelf shape? Or is that just of how it is and you haven't really debated the two basic designs?
    I like the light weight factor of the board itself and all the cabling zipped up below. I've got the ATA version of the pro so the case makes it a bear - lucky it's got wheels! I've had tier boards as well, but I like the angle while I'm playing shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawk36 View Post
    My humble submission...

    Great looking board.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Duncan View Post
    Got a Timmy in place of the PlimSoul...
    Really cool idea. I like the board material and the cables ties.
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    Is anyone using a BBE Supa-Charger with a Pedaltrain board? There are people who claim that the Supa-Charger is a drop-in replacement for the Pedal Power 2 (PP2). However, my Supa-Charger is too big to fit in the mounting space below the board. The IEC 320 C14 power cord inlet is mounted on the outside of the case on the Supa-Charger; therefore, it adds to the depth of the power supply. BBE states that the Supa-Charger is 3.5" deep, but it's deep actually 3.6" deep (the PP2 is 3.4" deep). The mounting space under the board is slightly less than 3.5". I am currently looking for an IEC 320 C14 inlet that has 28.5mm x 20.5mm rear mounting dimensions, so that I can reduce the depth of the power supply without enlarging the IEC inlet opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Duncan View Post
    Got a Timmy in place of the PlimSoul...
    really cool idea!
    -Bob

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    Thanks, guys! My pedalboard is a Ikea shelf with infinite possibilities of how to arrange the pedals. I'm not a fan of Velcro. I use the nylon zip ties to hold everything down. I'm also using the Boss TU-2 to power everything else...except the OCD - it's running on 18v on a separate power supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Duncan View Post
    I'm not a fan of Velcro. .
    Ha!

    I thought I was being smart by using high strength Velcro. A really, really smart idea until I needed to remove a couple of pedals!
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    I love the idea of the Velcro, I just hate what it did to some of my pedals when I removed them.
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    I think this is a slightly more polished version of the above photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Duncan View Post
    I love the idea of the Velcro, I just hate what it did to some of my pedals when I removed them.
    A hair dryer and "Goo Gone" are your friends.

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    Well, yes and no. Like my MIJ TS9 suffered the fate of having the decal on the rubber pad torn and destroyed. As did a couple vintage Boss pedals....and one of them lost some of the rubber pad. That was all just from moving the pedals on the board.

    I hear you, but Goo Gone can't make it all better
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    Nothing fancy or expensive on there... Slowly but surely I will upgrade some of the pedals but they do the job for now...



    Pretty much built from a large slab of B&Q Plywood, couple of carpet tiles, Perspex, some rubber feet and some varnish:









    Weighs a ton so i'm probably going to build a more compact one for when I start gigging again. For recording this one is fine.
    Modified SE Bernie Marsden, SE Custom 24 2012, Fender Strat
    Laney Lionheart L5T-112, Fender Mustang 1
    Wishing for a Blue Bernie!
    Click here for SE Bernie Marsden demo!
    Lessons, covers, backing tracks, etc...www.youtube.com/mikegarveyblues

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