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Old Yesterday, 01:45 PM   #7501
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Hello everyone, I haven't been here in years. I think the last time I was on TPBT was when it was titled after Star Wars movies. I put guitar on the back-burner due to college and recently started picking it up again. I'll post a pic later but right now I'm running

El Capstan <- DD-7 <- Little Big Muff <- Luther Drive <- TU-2, and everything passes through some TB Looper I bought a while back.

Edit: Apparently you can click the "Mah Rig!" link in my sig which will take you to an identical picture of what I play on now + an El Capistan that I bought 2.5 years ago. That is how long it has been since I have bought anything lol.
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Old Yesterday, 02:35 PM   #7502
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there are boosters for the pedal train. and i dunno dude, they're pretty sturdy. i doubt they'd tip over.


Hmm. The risers are just little slopes, not a second tier type thing. Unless I missed something.
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Old Yesterday, 08:37 PM   #7503
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Hmm. The risers are just little slopes, not a second tier type thing. Unless I missed something.

yeah that's right. they're basically little wedges that counter the slope of the pedaltrain, positioning the pedals flush to the floor, and an inch higher at their base. i haven't used any myself, but from what i hear, they're really good for hitting pedals up the back without treading on the knobs of those down the front.
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Old Yesterday, 08:48 PM   #7504
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yeah that's right. they're basically little wedges that counter the slope of the pedaltrain, positioning the pedals flush to the floor, and an inch higher at their base. i haven't used any myself, but from what i hear, they're really good for hitting pedals up the back without treading on the knobs of those down the front.




They do the job well for me.
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Old Today, 12:58 AM   #7505
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Need more pics of ridiculous pedalboards.


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Old Today, 01:17 AM   #7506
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i'll post a more flattering pic of mine when it's all cabled up and pretty. just screwing with the layout at the moment.
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Old Today, 07:57 AM   #7507
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If you often find yourself having to mess with knobs and/or make other adjustments on your pedalboard in the dark, it's extremely useful.

And I'm not talking only about gigging on dark stages regularly; I'm talking about really ordinary stuff.
For example, playing in your bedroom at night in the summer, when you open all the windows to cool the room, and turn off all the lights to avoid attracting mosquitoes into the house.

I find those lights pretty useful to me mostly because of situations like that, during gigs I don't even mess with the knobs that much.
And I don't use batteries -- I have a wall wart specifically for the lights, to avoid spending much money on batteries. It more than paid for itself by now.


Cool. Might have to get some were I not to get rid of the board for a Kemper.

My board at the moment:


Really like the set-up, but the weight isn't my favourite aspect of it.
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