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" )
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.
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You can send the pic and the write-up to email@example.com.
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