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Pedal Line Friday :: Ross M.

Ross M.

Signal flow is Mad Professor Little Green Wonder > Mad Professor Mighty Red > Bogner Harlow > EH Attack delay into the Quilter SuperblockUK

Loop out to MXR Analog Chorus > Keeley Halo > (Digitech DL-8) > Mathews Astronomer > Boss DD-20- loop in

On a Holyboard. Easy changes NO Velcro.

I converted a 12" floor monitor to use as a Speaker for me on stage. The Superblock has enough power for me to hear myself and the DI goes to house and monitors.

So all I need is A Guitar, This board, the 12" monitor, a small acces bag with Peterson tuner and 3 Rattlesnake cables. All can be done in one trip.

The Digitech is not mounted so I can drop in anything else I want to use or experiment with

Mad Professor Little Green Wonder - Mid distortion for those who don't like tube screemers
Mad Professor Mighty Red - Heavier distortion
Bogner Harlow - just beats out the Keeley Compressor Plus
EH Attack delay - Replaced a very rare Boss Slow Gear
MXR Analog Chorus - so far my favorite. may change to a Boss MD200, presets.
Keeley Halo - Love it ( it does not make you play like Andy Timmons unfortunately )
Mathews Astronomer - Two ambient reverbs in one Placement allows for pre and post delay Verb
Boss DD-20 - All the basics ( and to quote Ron Swanson " I don't trust any guitar player that doesn't have at least one Boss pedal on their board" )

Submit Your Pedal Line!

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 pedalline@rattlesnakecables.com.



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Alan Henager
Alan Henager
6/21/2022
I was honestly a skeptic, and figured since I only use 10' cables for recording, cable quality would make little difference. I always used cheap cables until I got tired of them failing on me and bought a 10' Rattlesnake cable and a couple of jumper patch cables for my effects loop. I was surprised... Read
Nick Kanakis
Nick Kanakis
3/14/2021
Rattlesnake cables are top notch and I have never had a problem with them. I play in a 2 piece rockabilly band and all of our cables (instrument, XLR, patch, etc) have been switched over to Rattlesnake.They really help my ol upright bass sound it's very best! They get you orders out super fast too!
Melissa Palacios
Melissa Palacios
11/2/2022
Just acquired a 15’’ long snake head in copper color. This cables is the best I have tried so far, I can actually hear with clarity the ghost notes and harmonics on all of my basses without losing fundamental. It looks like it could be used and abused on stage because of the construction and I... Read
Alan Henager
Alan Henager
6/21/2022
I was honestly a skeptic, and figured since I only use 10' cables for recording, cable quality would make little difference. I always used cheap cables until I got tired of them failing on me and bought a 10' Rattlesnake cable and a couple of jumper patch cables for my effects loop. I was surprised to find that apparently my instrument cables had apparently been a significant noise source. The Rattlesnake cable was completely silent even with guitars I just thought had noisier pickups. In addition, the jumper cable I was using on my board apparently was draining quite a lot of high-end off, which I learned after swapping in one of the Rattlesnake jumpers. I ended up with a second order to replace all the patch and jumper cables in my setup, and a spare 10' cable. My new setup clearly retains more top end and is more quiet than I thought was possible. I didn't play a lot of high gain before and just accepted the noise when I did, but even high gain is no problem now. I'm sold!
Nick Kanakis
Nick Kanakis
3/14/2021
Rattlesnake cables are top notch and I have never had a problem with them. I play in a 2 piece rockabilly band and all of our cables (instrument, XLR, patch, etc) have been switched over to Rattlesnake.They really help my ol upright bass sound it's very best! They get you orders out super fast too!
Melissa Palacios
Melissa Palacios
11/2/2022
Just acquired a 15’’ long snake head in copper color. This cables is the best I have tried so far, I can actually hear with clarity the ghost notes and harmonics on all of my basses without losing fundamental. It looks like it could be used and abused on stage because of the construction and I think it would contribute to a great tone in a recording environment.

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