David Paranzino (The Boneshakers) Pedal Board
Signal path as follows:
1 - Peterson Strobostomp pedal tuner : Best most accurate company in the market
2 – Janglebox Compression/Sustain : Compression is my favorite effect. Period
3 – Interstellar Octonaut Hyperdrive : Jury is still out on this one, but it's showing promise
4 – Mooer Synth Pedal : Kinda fun throwing in some unusual analog effects
5 – Electro Harmonix Mel9 : Newest addition, but already a favorite. If you were ever a Melotron fan, look no further
6 – DermonFX Klon Clone : bought this with no expectations for $49, but it is AMAZING! LOVE!
7 – Mesa Engineering Throttle Box : Cheaper than a Mark IV. Sound pretty darn good
8 – TC Electronics Wiretap : Love this little dude. Great for remembering a cool riff or loop.
9 – TC Eletronics Quintessence Harmonizer : Excellent harmony patterns and sound quality
10 – Keeley Halo : Exceptional delays and reverb effects. Wish it had ducking feature.
11 – Flamma FS05 Modulation : Hesitated to put this on this board, but love the different modulations you can pick by tapping the button and edit them as well. Performs well.
12 – Flamma FS22 Ekoverb : Nice reverbs and delays, including reverse. Great buy for the $.
This all leads out to a left and right output on my tweed board by West Coast Pedalboards of California. Underneath are two buffered Painkillers powered with some Strymons which, along with my Rattlesnake cables, provide the cleanest purest sound I have ever heard.
I have 2 other WestCoast pedalboards for different stages. This is my main board (for now, anyway)
About a million years ago, I used to run a blog called EffectsBay. On that blog, the most popular feature I would run was Pedal Line Friday. This is where readers of the site would send pics of their pedalboard and a short (sometimes long) write-up of routing and thoughts about specific pedals and the reasoning why they liked it, etc. Readers. loved this. It was a great way to learn about new applications or techniques regarding pedals. It also brought a little inspiration and knowledge about pedals you were not familiar with. It also brought a great sense of community - people like sharing and absorbing cool things, right? It was a super popular feature, and I loved putting them together.
All you have to do is send a pic of your pedalboard (or pedal line - it doesn't have to be on a board) along with a short (or long) write-up of the board. We want a list of pedals (manufacturer/model), routing would be great, and, most importantly, why you use those particular pedals. Also, this is a great way to promote your band or musical project - include that information as well!
You can send the pic and the write-up to email@example.com.
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