Pedal Board Setup
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m the farthest from a gear head as one could possibly get. But the reality of my situation is that I love to make weird sounds using pedals, and am slowly figuring out that I need to learn a lot more about them than I currently do. I recently made the plunge to buy a Pedailtrain pedal board, and Dunlop DC Power Brick. Today I finally put all the pieces together and decided on a preliminary routing for the board. I’m going to check it out on a gig tomorrow night, so fingers crossed it all works the way I want it to in action! Check out some pictures of each of the pedals I have in this current configuration, and I’m going to try to be better at updating the site when I start using new pieces of gear or switch things out in my pedal board.
Weight plays a significant part of the decision making process when it comes to which pedals I can fit on the board. I have to be able to travel internationally with this and keep it around the 50lb mark as far as weight goes. I would love to include my Moog MP-201 Multi Pedal, My Moog CP-251, and a bunch of other cool toys I have, but weight is just killing me right now. The next time a tour bus tour comes around I think I’ll have a lot more stuff, but the plane situation is a pain in the ass, and I have to play by the rules.
The routing is as follows: OC-2, Bass BB Preamp, Bassballs Nano, CS-2, Moog Ring Modulator, Moog Low Pass Filter, PN-2, D.O.D. meatbox, Nova Repeater, Flshback. There are also two moog expression pedals for the ring mod and the low pass that aren’t pictured.
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