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Discussion in 'Pedal Pushers Forum' started by emicad, Mar 9, 2016.
With the addition of the Brain I had to go back to the Furman board.
It was Tavo's Christmas charity auction last year, a one off. I believe the proceeds went to St. Jude's Children Hospital. I am hoping it remains the only blue one for awhile.
I like the composition of that picture. Looks like something rectangular died on the left.
This week’s version...
"Liquirizia alla menta".
Project for this weekend: make a 'first reserve' board with these little monkeys....
How do you like the Tiny Spring?
It's...........ok. Fairly good. Alright really. It's not wonderfully lush, but it'll be fine to add a bit of air in a live setting.
Tnx, i have the Kokko Space. It’s decent but it has only two settings, wet and wetter. Surprisingly noise free though.
I’m off to England next week and will be visiting my nephew whose son is learning to play the guitar and wants to jam with me so I needed a mini rig to sling in the car for the trip and here it is.
It’s got everything I’ll need and would also have been good for the rehearsal room if I’d still been gigging - the pedal board that is, the AC4 would be a tad underpowered.
I’ll be interested to see what kind of music he’s into since his first instruments are cornet and euphonium which he still plays in a brass band!
Now I remember. Now I want a purple one.
Looks like a placeholder for a mini amp.
OK OK so I'll join the game. Here's my pedal board. I'm claiming the prize for busiest pedal board with least actually happening. And yes the cheap power supply buzzes a bit.
What's that big thing? Does it say Radio Shack?
Love that Joyo Trem <3. I think that might be one of the best unsung heroes of the budget pedal world.
A bit late to the party, but that Rickenbacker is lush.
Budget has nothing to do with it! It's a great pedal. Supposed to be a Demeter clone don't know for sure but I've yet to here anything I'd trade it out for.
Thanks man! I've been pretty into it. It was built primarily for jazz and can get a little spiky when feeding it dirt at higher volume but it's got really nice saturated cleans and a very cool trem and sounds great for mellower/prettier stuff.
In all it's glory.
Looks like a mixer?