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MarshallJMP

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Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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Pfew, I thought I was alone in this  :facepalm: ;D
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Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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 :wave:
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Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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Thanks R, that made my day  :thumb-up:
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Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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My pleasure my friend  :wave: ,
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Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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Well... I always struggled with pedalboards.
Mostly I was like Marshall for a long time.
One MIDI switcher (MPC-1) and a wah next to it.

But playing increasingly different gigs with different bands started making me add stuff
to become more versatile tone wise.
I never still to this day have an actual pedalboard.

One of the reasons is that either I have not enough stuff and the other
is that it changes too often.
So I cannot decide on a said pedalboard and build it.
Although I once tried and ordered a custom made aluminium box to house
my dreamland PB after making plans and measuring pedal sizes so I could house them all...
...Well...At least the ones that I would want onboard.
When the box showed up I realized it would be hell to transport it and fit in cars.
It has been used as a double guitar case for plane travel ever since!!  :facepalm:

When I go abroad (Like Morocco), my no-pedalboard set-up looks like this:


While back home it looks like this:
(Usually I have an Digitech XP100 whammy in there too)



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Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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I am SO wanting a G-system...saving gig money

UPDATE: And, just like that, a guy is selling a G-system on Craigslist. He is willing to take a tube combo amp + cash! I am IN. WAY. IN.

I got the Gee. It took a week, but I finally have the Wah working and a basic bank of patches. WHOO HOO! I have two gigs this weekend (Friday and Saturday) to try them out. I'm using my MP-1 Classic as the preamp for all the patches, locked on. I have my trusty TS-9 in one loop, and the Tech 21 Flyrig RK5 in another loop. I have two more loops to use and I have plans for one already. The Synth9 pedal (muhuahahaha)
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