October 5, 2013
pedalspedalspedals:

Did some more rearranging today. Look at all the room for activities!

Anyone remember when I was talking about making a splitter and putting a separate EQ to run a third signal with a low pass filter to a bass amp to handle the low frequencies of my seven string?
I was cleaning the back of my rack and noticed my EQ had a sub out with a built in crossover. Problem solved! I’m going to get an XLR/1/4” adapter tomorrow and live the dream!

I’m assuming the amp on the left with the vertical red stripes is an old Harmony. I have a 2x12 cab just like it. Coolest looking thing I own. Are the stripes terry cloth on yours too?

pedalspedalspedals:

Did some more rearranging today. Look at all the room for activities!

Anyone remember when I was talking about making a splitter and putting a separate EQ to run a third signal with a low pass filter to a bass amp to handle the low frequencies of my seven string?
I was cleaning the back of my rack and noticed my EQ had a sub out with a built in crossover. Problem solved! I’m going to get an XLR/1/4” adapter tomorrow and live the dream!

I’m assuming the amp on the left with the vertical red stripes is an old Harmony. I have a 2x12 cab just like it. Coolest looking thing I own. Are the stripes terry cloth on yours too?

(via effectpedal)

August 31, 2013

pedalspedalspedals:

toomanyactivities:

Last one for today. The right side of the board showing the hardwired input and dual output jacks. The back of the board getting power.

This is exactly what I want to do with my next board.

I need to save this for later as inspirarion.

pedalspedalspedals- thanks. This was our first pedalboard build and we definitely learned a lot. Feel free to message me if you have any questions or just want to bounce around ideas.

The pedalboard all done and actually being used in the studio. This project was a lot of fun and the best part was how well it actually works. Here’s the signal path:

Guitar —> input on side of board—> T1M Mini Buffer—> BBE The Wah—> Loop-Master True Bypass Loop (Tuner Out —> TC Eledtronic Polytune; Loop 1—> Ibanez TS808; 2—> Analog Man King of Tone; 3—> Skreddy Lunar Module Mini Deluxe; 4—> Maxon Phase Tone; 5—> Ibanez CS9 Chorus; 6—> Mooer Trelicoptor; 8—> MXR Carbon Copy; 9—> Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb) —> MXR Smart Gate —> Loop-Master A/B/Both —> Outputs (2) on side of board

August 29, 2013

Last one for today. The right side of the board showing the hardwired input and dual output jacks. The back of the board getting power.

The underside of the board. There’s still some more pedals to be wired, but we are most of the way there. The little black box on the right side is the T1M buffer.

The underside of the board. There’s still some more pedals to be wired, but we are most of the way there. The little black box on the right side is the T1M buffer.

Closeups of the wired pedals. There are holes and channels on the board to try to keep the cables as neat as possible. I’ll put up a pic of the underside of the board next.

Time to cable up with George L’s cables. The loop switcher and A/B/Both on the bottom row are Loop-Master. Analogman King of Tone and Skreddy Lunar Module at top right.

The pedal installation has begun. Clockwise from top left, the bench, 3M Dual Lock to hold the pedals, Let there be light!

August 27, 2013

Finally some progress on the board. We wired up the electrical today. This is the underside of the board.

The top left picture shows the power switch, power outlet and terminal strip.

The top right picture shows the wired in power supplies looking down to where the jacks will be installed. There are 2 Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus power supplies.

Bottom picture is a wider view of the underside of the board. The plan is to finish everything tomorrow. Keep you posted.

August 7, 2013
The board after all the finish has been applied. Hardware is installed and it’s time to start wiring up.

The board after all the finish has been applied. Hardware is installed and it’s time to start wiring up.