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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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what kinds of pedals do you use in your setup

So i was just wondering what sorts of pedals some of you guys use, it could be for bedroom playing, gigging, playing bars or clubs etc..
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 10:43 PM
 
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I have a Lexicon MPX-1 in the FX loop, so I don't really use many pedals. I do have a Digitech EX-7 Expression and an MXR Custom Badass '78 Distortion in there, though.
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Seems like overkill for not being a gigging musician, but here's my setup:

Front of amp:
-Korg Pitchblack
-Morley Bad Horsie 2 wah
-Ibanez TS9

FX Loop:
-Boss CH-1 (chorus)
-Joyo Analog Delay
-Artec EQ
-ISP Decimator



I'll play just about anything from AC/DC to ZZ Top. Nothing heavier than thrash metal(i.e. Metallica, Megadeth, etc.) though. I like to keep a versatile setup.

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post #4 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 06:51 AM
 
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No pedals at all-

I'm a rack guy, even my Wah Wah.

Most pedals make too much noise and have no way to change the effects without turning the knobs.
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Re: what kinds of pedals do you use in your setup

Carvin V3 head running at 50 watts

front-
Modded Crybaby
MXR dyna comp ( thinking of taking this one off)
BBP Comp (best pedal on the planet)
EVH Flanger(only works in front of the amp...wtf?)

loop-
joyo 6 band EQ
TC Shaker Vibrato
Behringer Reverb Machine

Carvin channel switcher with boost switch
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Carvin V3 head running at 50 watts


Carvin channel switcher with boost switch
What do step on for soaring sustained lead lines?
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post #7 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 10:26 AM
 
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What do step on for soaring sustained lead lines?
in the past I have been using the Dyna but now I might just used the amp boost. My tone is somewhere between Page and EVH so I'm not really doing anything to make my lead tone much different from my rhythm, which is why now I'm leaning towards just using my boost. Sometimes I will step on the Shaker, which, when used subtly, is like a chorus. I wouldn't mind trying out a Tube Screamer though in my set up. Ultimately I try to get a similar tone to Justin Hawkins from the Darkness : )
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Re: what kinds of pedals do you use in your setup

Effects run with a Mark V: Maxon CP9 Pro+ / Maxon OD808 / iSP Decimator G-String / Boss PH-3 / TC Corona / Boss TU-3 / Axe-Fx.

Then there's a simpler rig with this pedalboard in front of a clean amp:

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The only one I want or need!

ISP Decimator G-String.
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Ernie Ball Wah
TC Electronic Polytune
Maxon OD808
ISP Decimator G-String
EHX Memory Boy Deluxe
EHX LPB-1
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The only one I want or need!

ISP Decimator G-String.
Kinda wished I'd saved up for this one instead of getting just the Decimator. I hate having to turn it off when I switch to the clean channel.
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Effects run with a Mark V: Maxon CP9 Pro+ / Maxon OD808 / iSP Decimator G-String / Boss PH-3 / TC Corona / Boss TU-3 / Axe-Fx.

Then there's a simpler rig with this pedalboard in front of a clean amp:

that paul gilbert airplane flanger catches my eye, i've been planning to get one
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Re: what kinds of pedals do you use in your setup

Here's my pedalboard and current rig
Jem FP2 / SFG > Pedalboard with Dimarzio Cables > Bogner Alchemist into Randall 2x12 & AxeTrak Silent Cab

http://instagr.am/p/SrTuLwmDFc/

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Carvin Legacy 1 VL212 combo with Boss ME-70 and Morley Bad Horsie 2 thru front input, clean channel only. No amp modeling with the Boss unit, only using the EQ section with OD1 distorsion, chorus, and delay. Anyone that says the Legacy is only for Vai tones is dead wrong. I have MY tone dialed in perfectly and couldn't be happier. Get many complements on how great it sounds.
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Soldano SLO100 with a TC GMAJOR 2 in the loop. Guitar goes into
1) Boss TU-3 tuner
2) Morley Bad Horsie II wah
3) Boss SD-1 overdrive
4) Boss NS-2 noise suppressor
.........then straight to the SLO input
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