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Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 1:41 pm
by Superfuzz
at the moment my setup is:

fender t100 tuner>CryBaby classic wah>ibanez TS9>black Sovtek Big Muff>Danelectro Hot tuna>line6 DM4....

...everything fixed in a..CHIANTI WINE BOX!!!

I'll put a pic when I'll buy a beringher UT100 (octaver) and a multipedal power supply..I hope soon, very soon..I got not too much money at the moment, I'm an architecture student at the university of Florence!! I'm POOOOOOR!!! :(
 

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 2:04 pm
by Maggieo
Here's the collection, hanging out on the studio floor:

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Since I haven't been playing live lately, there's no set signal chain for me.  It's always Gizmodic Labs around here.

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 2:32 pm
by flatfiver
Here's my typical setup as of late:
Boss TU-2 Tuner => ProCo "Vintage" Rat => Boss OD-3 Overdrive => Maxon PT-999 Phaser => Ibanez AD-9 Analog Delay

I also have a Z.Vex Fuzz Factory that I'm trying to work into the chain.

There's a box full of crap that I never use, too.

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:37 pm
by AMILCAR
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this is my live pedalboard ,i use little effects ,i play mostly clean ,but i use the voodoolab od ,because is really like having more gain from the amp wiyhout freaking up the natural sound ...,the tremolo is very warm too ,the vb-2 always got people asking for it ,the flanger i use it  like some sort of leslie or a really freky sound after tweaking the trimpots ..., the small stone is an old friend ...and the ibanez delay ,well it was cheap and fits exactly inthe room i has in the board !
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all of this into the fender 75 ,it has a 15 inch speaker ,so the jaguar sounds almost toofat sometimes ...
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these i have lying around ,the maestro is an awesome phaser ! ,the er 1 EH  is really primitive and cool ...
seee you guys

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:39 pm
by AMILCAR
er... click to enlarge the photos in my previous posts ... :P

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 7:58 pm
by flatfiver
At first glance I thought the Maestro Phaser was some sort of Atari controller ??? but I've since figured it out.  :D

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2006 6:21 pm
by thevial
i've got a sloppy picture soemwhere but it's not pretty. i'm running in signal order:

vox valvetone overdrive, vox clyde wah, boss ds-1, boss dd-5, moogerfooger MuRF, boss RV-3, fender '63 reissue reverb tank, EHX Deluxe Memory Man, Danelectro Dan-Echo.

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2006 4:40 pm
by aen
Here's the "big board" part 1

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and part 2

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I made a "short board" the ohter night, pretty much everything except the fuzz and Ring mod, but it looks itsy bitsy...

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Sun Oct 08, 2006 1:00 pm
by chrisjedijane
I see you have the ibanez FZ-7 too - it's my noisemaker of choice at the moment :D

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 6:57 pm
by aen
Yeah I can actually use it, too, in an almost pleasent sense, unlike the balls-out sickness of say, a fender blender.

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 7:54 pm
by dc
first off, i want to say that i will never get tired of this thread. i find it infinitely fascinating to see how everyone's creativity manifests itself in their choice and combination of pedals. you get lots of ideas and insights from the discussion, and you know, there's something reaffirmingly egalitarian about seeing, say, a Z-Vex and a Danelectro Mini in the same pedal chain. that's just too cool!

i also love all the pictures -- keep 'em coming! i'd post one of my own, but my girlfriend lost the cord to the digital camera. so, old school:

Jazzmaster => Big Muff => Fulltone FD2 => Ibanez UE-405 analog multi-FX (in order: CP9 compressor, parametric EQ, AD9 delay, [external FX loop with Ibanez DM1100 digital delay], CS 9 chorus) => Orange Crush 30 amp.

that's the basic set-up. i'm planning to add a Loopmaster somewhere in the chain, so i can access a few of my noisier modulation pedals, inc. a Dano tremolo, an EHX Polychorus, and an old Ibanez 9-series phaser. and someday get a real amp.

also one of these days (when i have some money again), i want to do a separate rig for my Rickenbacker: Janglebox, an overdrive of some sort, and a Deluxe Memory Man. something really simple.

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 12:21 am
by mezcalhead
dc wrote: Ibanez UE-405 analog multi-FX
:-*

I used to own one of these. I so wish I'd never sold it.

:'(

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 1:18 am
by dc
>>Ibanez UE-405 analog multi-FX

>I used to own one of these. I so wish I'd never sold it.

sshhh! don't say that out loud, or you might get a retroactive bill from the moderator! the rules clearly state: "all gear transactions past, present and future, including those which you conducted before you actually signed up for this forum, and after you are no longer affiliated with it; those conducted in private arrangements with your friends, neighbors, bandmates, lover or spouse, or with stores and businesses not affiliated with this forum;  and/or transactions  that you're simply thinking about but have yet to actually mention to another living soul, will be subject to a forum convenience fee."

oh wait....that was another forum.....never mind.....  ;D

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 12:14 pm
by idiotbear
Here's mine. Pics to follow:

Guitar -->
Dunlop Crybaby classic (the one with Fasel inductors - sweet as) -->
Boss PH-2 Phaser -->
EHX USA RI Big Muff -->
ProCo RAT II (Keeley modded) -->
Boss TR-2 Tremolo -->
Boss DM-2 Delay -->
EHX Holy Grail reverb -->
Amp

I have a 1973 Colorsound Wah/swell as well, which has the nicest sound, but it needs overhauling badly.

Re: your effects setup?

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 4:10 pm
by dc
so is anyone using an FX setup for their Bass VI? i've had reasonable success approximating a Cure-y sound with my Jaguar Baritone VI with this setup:

VI => Presonus Blue Max compressor => Ibanez HD1500 digital delay => Dano Cool Cat chorus => Fender bass amp.

wondering if others do likewise, or you VI devotees are all straight-to-amp players.