#1
Yep, six new pedals, and new power supply, and a custom built pedalboard.

Family Photo
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More focused shots
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Reviews:
Fish&Chips: I bought it to do one thing: tame the bass response on my Roadster. And it works like a charm. The bass is tamer, and the Modern channel is now even greater than it was before.
Green Rhino: I love this pedal. The controls are the best feature, in my opinion, and it's what made this pedal preferable to others for me. It's so nice to have an extra mid and bass knob for fine tuning my sound. I usually run it with the gain on 0, but it got bumped when I was moving things. It tightens up my sound and adds that little kick to my distortion.
Green Screamer: I know: "Two overdrives? Why?" Here's why: it was a gift. I bought the Rhino, the Screamer was bought for me. And I've put it to good use. I use it as an overdrive for Channels 1 and 2 on my Roadster since Channels 3 and 4 are for two variations of high-gain tones. Using the BBE, I get a crunch, not a roar.
FAB Chorus: It does what it needs to do. It sounds great, is easy to use, and it was cheap. What more could I want?
Decimator: This has to be my second favorite pedal. My amp's hiss is GONE. Period. The analog hum is still present when the gain is kicked up, but the high-pitched hiss I got from the high-gain is gone. I definitely recommend this one.
NOVA Delay: Awesome delay. Clean, crisp, versatile. I love the audio tap feature and the standard tap tempo. I like that it allows me to store presets for different types of delay. Needless to say, this pedal is worth the money.
Fuel Tank Jr: It's quiet and it works. Nothing wrong with it. It's the perfect size for my board.

The pedalboard itself was built by my dad and me. It took $70 and a couple hours of sweat under the Florida sun to put it together. I plan on staining it and applying velcro for the pedals--standard stuff.

Enjoy!
PRS SE CU22 | PRS SE CU24 | Takamine EG463SC
Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier Roadster | Rectifier 212
Pitchblack+ | Bad Monkey | FAB Chorus | NOVA Delay
#3
Nice pedals man. HNPD! I'm glad you found something to replace your rp1000.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#5
i'm a fan of the screamer, nice pedal. i always thought it sounded better than the 808 RI pedals. haven't tried the rhino but way huge is good stuff.

congrats on all the new stomps.
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
#6
Thanks, guys! I'll post some more pictures once I'm finished staining and sealing the board.
PRS SE CU22 | PRS SE CU24 | Takamine EG463SC
Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier Roadster | Rectifier 212
Pitchblack+ | Bad Monkey | FAB Chorus | NOVA Delay
#7
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Here's the finished board. It turned out really well, and I'm very pleased with it. Now I want to build a shell for it for the sake of transport.
I'm considering building a two piece case. The first will be a base for the board to simply sit in, and the second will be a lid to sit over the whole board. Any ideas from anyone else?
PRS SE CU22 | PRS SE CU24 | Takamine EG463SC
Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier Roadster | Rectifier 212
Pitchblack+ | Bad Monkey | FAB Chorus | NOVA Delay