Let's See Those Boards!!

Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby ccouch7 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 8:32 pm

Man that D-Phaser sounds killer, I'm likin' that. Thanks for the gas. [smilie=icon_mrgreen.gif]
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby harleyyy » Fri Mar 04, 2011 8:53 pm

ccouch7 wrote:Man that D-Phaser sounds killer, I'm likin' that. Thanks for the gas. [smilie=icon_mrgreen.gif]



You started it [smilie=grinning-smiley-044.gif]

After some thought, I do have an EBS Bass IQ in the garage. I am going to stick with replacing my MXR 90, and have a snipe set on a D-Phaser locally.
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby Mudfuzz » Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:56 pm

Hello and stuff I'm Mudfuzz, metalmariachi over on ilovefuzz posted about this place so here I am and here is my board.
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Loop 1: mellowtone Hi5 > mxr M-88
Loop 2: L.AL. SOF-88 > mellowtone Electric Apple > Fuzz hugger Great Wall > mellowtone Wolf Computer
Loop 3: MXR filter
Loop 4: Katana Sound SBF
Loop 5: Dunlop Wah > Maxon Ad-900 > MXR Phase 45 > Fulltone Suppa-trem
> Demeter Compulator >
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby steveonbass » Thu Mar 31, 2011 6:21 am

Wow - pretty serious board - I don't know what a lot of those pedals are. Love that AD900. What kind of rig do you play through mudfuzz - what kind of music? Tell us about some of your favorite fuzzes.
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby GonzoBass » Thu Mar 31, 2011 10:59 am

Yeah, do tell!
Definitely a couple on there that I've never seen.

...and welcome aboard, Mudfuzz!
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby Mudfuzz » Thu Mar 31, 2011 7:20 pm

steveonbass wrote:Wow - pretty serious board - I don't know what a lot of those pedals are. Love that AD900. What kind of rig do you play through mudfuzz - what kind of music? Tell us about some of your favorite fuzzes.


Thanks! My rig: Basses [I have a bunch but the main ones are...] 90's SDGR 505 [moded] 74 Pbass, Burny BVB flying V bass, my main amp is a Mesa Boogie 400+ and I run it through a musicman HD212 and a SWR Bigben. What kind of music... well.. my main two bands are N@MELESS [indie, rock, pop] and Mudcat [americana, blues] and I have a bunch of projects I am doing and involved in that range from new age to electronica to folk to metal/punk to noise [smilie=cheeky-smiley-025.gif] Bacially my board is to cover almost everything I am doing... I use to have a bunch of moogers on there but the whole thing got too big and I'm trying to work out a second board which I stall on getting done...

Favorite fuzzes... hmm I have a lot of fuzz pedals.... Pretty much most of my favorites are on the board.... the all time three is the Katana Sound super Bass Fuzz, lastgasp art laboratories Hachihachi shiki kebadate hizumaseki SUPER OSCILLO FUZZ (88) and the Mellowtone Electric Apple which is a prototype for a up and coming pedal. Off the the board one of my all time faves is The Roar by HAO, a old green sovtek big muff, Elk Fuzz Wau, a custom Fuzzhugger Phantom Wall [Phantom octave > Great Wall in one pedal]... I could go on and on... I love fuzz pedals.. [smilie=grinning-smiley-044.gif]
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby Rhian Batson » Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:16 am

Welcome Mudfuzz [smilie=food-smiley-004.gif] Serious pedal board indeed. Do you have any soundbytes of those fuzzes?
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby aussiemark » Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:33 pm

Just added a Radial Bassbone to my board ....

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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby felig » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:53 am

Mark, I've been using a Radial Bassbone for a lot of my gigs over the last several years. I love it it, it really is invaluable when switching back & forth between basses, & I like the tone it can add as well.
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby harleyyy » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:56 am

felig wrote:Mark, I've been using a Radial Bassbone for a lot of my gigs over the last several years. I love it it, it really is invaluable when switching back & forth between basses, & I like the tone it can add as well.


I'm pretty sure Kaman is a distributor ,which makes us a dealer of Radial products. [smilie=grinning-smiley-003.gif]
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby ninjavanishh » Mon May 23, 2011 5:03 pm

TU-2, BBE Opto Stomp, Wren And Cuff Phat Phuk B, Catalinbread SFT, EH Blogger, 2 Channel looper, Knockout, Chorus, DD-6, volume, EQ (The micro synth comes and goes)
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby Bob Gollihur » Wed Jul 04, 2012 6:46 pm

Here's my mini board, I've never been much for effects, but tone is another thing. First comes the BobTone, a BYOC kit three band Parametric EQ I built. Then into a true bypass pedal w/LED I built from scratch, it loops in the Sonic Stomp and compressor when needed, and keeps the chain pure when not. The Plant Waves strobe tuner brings up the rear.
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby hoytbasses » Thu Jul 05, 2012 4:23 am

LOVE LOVE LOVE the BobTone pedal! and is that Ed'big daddy ' Roth rat-fink artwork?......Now THAT is a pedal worthy of being in the HoytBass signal chain. don't really care if it works.... it's tres cool!
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Re: Let's See Those Boards!!

Postby Bob Gollihur » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:13 am

What can I say, I love Roth & the Rat Fink, son Mark named it the BobTone, and I had to have some fun with the artwork. Also note the loop true bypass pedal is labeled with the In-N-Out Burger chain logo, what could be more appropriate??
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