#1
Hey!

When I bought my Echorec and Fulltone Clyde, I noticed it was taking me longer and longer to set up at band practice.

Considering my band is going to be gigging soon, I bought myself an early birthday present!

It's a Pedaltrain PT-2 and a Voodoo Labs Iso 5!!!!!!


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The only problem I've encountered with the board with my setup is that my EHX Holy Grail needs 500ma of power but the Iso 5 only gives out up to 300ma or something. I was getting a high pitched hum but now that I'm using the EHX's power supply it's gone. I may need 2 outlets but it's not sooo annoying.

Other than that It's x1000 times easier to plug in and play!
Guitars:
Fender Highway One Stratocaster
Gretsch G5120
1973 Japanese Les Paul

Amp:
Vox AC30C2

Effects:
MJM Brit Bender MKII tonebender clone
Boss Blues-Driver
Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah
EHX Holy Grail Reverb
Catalinbread Echorec
Last edited by RGallagherFan at Apr 20, 2013,
#3
I need to build myself one. Time saver.

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#4
Guitars:
Fender Highway One Stratocaster
Gretsch G5120
1973 Japanese Les Paul

Amp:
Vox AC30C2

Effects:
MJM Brit Bender MKII tonebender clone
Boss Blues-Driver
Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah
EHX Holy Grail Reverb
Catalinbread Echorec
#7
A decent pedalboard is a must if you gig, in my opinion, unless you don't use a lot of pedals. :P
HNPBD!