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ccouch7 12-25-2016 12:13 PM

ACOUSTIC PEDALBOARDS - Post yours!!
 
Still testing/experimenting with the pedals that will go on my board.
I will post pics when it gets put together.
In the meantime, post yours!

Link to the old thread that is now closed-
http://www.acousticguitarforum.com/f...d.php?t=281256

EDIT 10/12/2017: Finished the first version of my acoustic board finally.
I use a Godin A6 Ultra with this direct to P.A.-
***More pics on page 6***
https://i.imgur.com/ZFWgSHE.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/2svAYLR.jpg

shredtrash 12-25-2016 04:20 PM

Mine is simple: Turbo Tuner>Voicelive 3

noledog 12-26-2016 09:14 AM

3 MIJ Taks w Cooltube and a D18 w Baggs M80 >>
Audio Technica Wireless > TC Body Rez > MXR Carbon Copy > Neunaber Seraphim > one or dual Loudbox Performers...done!

Guest4562 12-26-2016 09:24 AM

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Originally Posted by noledog (Post 5170387)
> TC Body Rez >

How is that Body Rez working out for ya? I was ruminating as to whether I wanted one and was about to dive into the YouTube reviews, but since you're here . . . . . .

noledog 12-26-2016 04:33 PM

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Originally Posted by A-Mac (Post 5170395)
How is that Body Rez working out for ya? I was ruminating as to whether I wanted one and was about to dive into the YouTube reviews, but since you're here . . . . . .

Hi A-Mac,

I got the Body Rez mainly for when I use the D18/M80 to scoop the low mid-honk out of the mag. It also adds a touch of compression while enhancing the bass & highs. The end result is a most pleasing warm & natural acoustic sound imo. As with my other two pedals, I use them sparingly for lite effect as a solo full-time musician.

You have to find the sweet spot for your particular setup & for me it's around 12 to 1 o'clock position. The other nice feature is it can be used as a phase switch to knock out any sudden howl.

It truly does what it says & works well with mags & usts imo...I get a very natural "unplugged" as I can get tone, especially with the D18/M80 combo. Keep in mind I play at some high volumes in a wide array of venues and music genres so I need versatility and feedback resistance. I know for others who play more quietly may prefer K&K type systems, but they don't work as well for what I do.

It is well built too, small & compact...YouTube vids I've found can't really give you the full yet subtle effect it has in complimenting your setup.

Best wishes,

eric

pipe dreamer 12-27-2016 01:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noledog (Post 5170387)
3 MIJ Taks w Cooltube and a D18 w Baggs M80 >>
Audio Technica Wireless > TC Body Rez > MXR Carbon Copy > Neunaber Seraphim > one or dual Loudbox Performers...done!

I'm getting very tempted to go wireless:) do you notice much difference in sound quality compared to cables? And which version are you using, I'm considering the audio technica stompbox wireless

Martin Maniac 12-27-2016 04:18 AM

http://i347.photobucket.com/albums/p...pseqa8lkbs.jpg

noledog 12-27-2016 09:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pipe dreamer (Post 5171118)
I'm getting very tempted to go wireless:) do you notice much difference in sound quality compared to cables? And which version are you using, I'm considering the audio technica stompbox wireless

Hi Pipe-D,

I notice zero difference in sound quality using wireless. It pays tho to get a high quality one like the ATW-1101/G System 10 I use or the stomp box version or one of the Sennheiser models...most run $3-400 & don't bother with the cheapos.

I used to mount it on my amp but now it's on my pedal board...I would get the stomp box which is still same quality system 10 but for a pedal board with switching features.

I do put on a show & I'm runnin' around, bouncin' from stage to audience havin' a blast entertaining and I love the freedom! Worth every penny!

Here's a pic at a country club gig mounted on amp:

https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...4d&oe=58F6240F

...and a vid at a small Tiki bar, still mounted on amp, no loss in sound quality despite all the folks yakkin' ;)



BEST WISHES! ...get the wireless

eric

pf400 12-27-2016 12:02 PM

You're very good Noledog. And I learned something !

noledog 12-27-2016 12:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pf400 (Post 5171518)
You're very good Noledog. And I learned something !

That's awesome, thank you so much PF400! :)

pipe dreamer 12-27-2016 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noledog (Post 5171339)
Hi Pipe-D,

I notice zero difference in sound quality using wireless. It pays tho to get a high quality one like the ATW-1101/G System 10 I use or the stomp box version or one of the Sennheiser models...most run $3-400 & don't bother with the cheapos.

I used to mount it on my amp but now it's on my pedal board...I would get the stomp box which is still same quality system 10 but for a pedal board with switching features.

I do put on a show & I'm runnin' around, bouncin' from stage to audience havin' a blast entertaining and I love the freedom! Worth every penny!

Here's a pic at a country club gig mounted on amp:

https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...4d&oe=58F6240F

...and a vid at a small Tiki bar, still mounted on amp, no loss in sound quality despite all the folks yakkin' ;)



BEST WISHES! ...get the wireless

eric

Cool:) thank you noledog; for the advice, and for sharing your playing:) you do play beautifully! I love the idea of wireless! Looks like I've got no choice;)

Stratcat77 12-27-2016 02:22 PM

Mine is in my signature!

noledog 12-27-2016 02:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pipe dreamer (Post 5171643)
Cool:) thank you noledog; for the advice, and for sharing your playing:) you do play beautifully! I love the idea of wireless! Looks like I've got no choice;)

My pleasure & thank you for the kind words!
Keep us posted on what you get & your thoughts as well :cool:

slooky 12-27-2016 05:41 PM

Nicely done noledog

noledog 12-27-2016 06:03 PM

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Originally Posted by slooky (Post 5171839)
Nicely done noledog

:) thank you!


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