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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby Cousin Muely » 08 Feb 2017, 06:14

Steve Mavronis wrote:January 2017 - Current
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Nice and simple. You and me are one of the few here who have that VHT. I have the head. I think these are very underrated low wattage amps.
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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby Steve Mavronis » 08 Feb 2017, 06:32

Cousin Muely wrote:
Steve Mavronis wrote:January 2017 - Current


Nice and simple. You and me are one of the few here who have that VHT. I have the head. I think these are very underrated low wattage amps.


Thanks. I upgraded my S6U combo speaker to a 12" Celestion Vintage 30. It's the 8 Ohm speaker version to be better suited to my EL34 power tube impedance with amp set at 16 Ohms per VHT tech support suggestion. If I were to stick with a 16 Ohm speaker the selector switch should be 32 Ohm to match an EL34 and be theoretically correct but of course it doesn't have that choice. I love this amp.
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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby Cousin Muely » 08 Feb 2017, 06:46

Steve Mavronis wrote:
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Steve Mavronis wrote:January 2017 - Current


Nice and simple. You and me are one of the few here who have that VHT. I have the head. I think these are very underrated low wattage amps.


Thanks. I upgraded my S6U combo speaker to a 12" Celestion Vintage 30. It's the 8 Ohm speaker version to be better suited to my EL34 power tube impedance with amp set at 16 Ohms per VHT tech support suggestion. If I were to stick with a 16 Ohm speaker the selector switch should be 32 Ohm to match an EL34 and be theoretically correct but of course it doesn't have that choice. I love this amp.


That is some great information! I did not know that.
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Postby Toms Vintage Gear » 08 Feb 2017, 13:22

:bgrin My Crybaby Classic is off to the left side ~ Tuner ~ Micro Pog ~ Supa Trem ~ Time Machine ~ Les Lius ~ BOG mini fuzz

I put the big knobs on the Time Machine for hands free adjustment on the fly and side mounted the Supa Trem for the same reason. :cowbell

I should probably upgrade from the George L's one of these days ! :think So far so good. :winking I use a nice new coil cable from my guitars into the BOG and a nice right angle Switchcraft straight cable from the wah to the amp.
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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby belleswell » 23 Jul 2017, 13:17

Photobucket recently got me as well. Hoping their demise is slow and painful. I deleted one my one , 20 pages of pics there.
I then uploaded them to Imgur. We will see how long this site remains "free". I"ll start with what put a huge dent in my gas. The Axe

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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby gtrman » 24 Jul 2017, 01:00

belleswell wrote:Photobucket recently got me as well. Hoping their demise is slow and painful. I deleted one my one , 20 pages of pics there.
I then uploaded them to Imgur. We will see how long this site remains "free". I"ll start with what put a huge dent in my gas. The Axe

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I play in 3 bands and actually at one point had a separate pedal board for each band as the sound need was very different.
I had at least 30-40 pedals ... now I have NONE :bgrin

I sold all of them but I have even more pedals available in my Fractal AX-8 unit. So much easier - AND CHEAPER !
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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby revrandfaze » 13 Dec 2017, 13:23

Here is my current board I went to a smaller board. Got it made at West Coast pedal boards.

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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby revrandfaze » 11 Jan 2018, 12:47

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Made some changes that Octaland pedal is the bomb.com! I had to squeeze these all together its tight but right. I got everything I need now.

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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby surfnorthwest » 11 Jan 2018, 14:55

I think you were one of the first to get the El Capistan, been a great pedal for you.

I love Strymons booth at NAMM. They have eight stations setup to demo every pedal the have.
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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby revrandfaze » 11 Jan 2018, 15:32

surfnorthwest wrote:I think you were one of the first to get the El Capistan, been a great pedal for you.

I love Strymons both at NAMM. They have eight stations setup to demo every pedal the have.


Yea its the one pedal that stood the test of time with me. I was really nervous though because I didn't know how I was going to fit all these pedals on this small board. I started contemplating a smaller delay.
But then I realized that the Strymon Ojai has the angled pedal power supply's on one end of them so I flipped my board over and moved the power supply so I could fit the longer lead ends into the ojai
and put the angled ones into my pedals giving me a little more room its tight but its right. I had to make room for that Octaland pedal and it has the jacks on the side all my other pedals have the jacks on the top.
I noticed alot of pedal builders are now starting to think about us players and are coming out with pedals with the top mounted jacks for us pedal junkies and us pedal board users.
Giving us more room now. Thats the draw back when you go to a smaller board. I am hoping this helps me stop buying so many pedals. :doh

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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby Anitoli » 12 Jan 2018, 00:09

Reverend, you gotta give us a sound clip of that Octaland............................

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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby surfnorthwest » 12 Jan 2018, 03:56

Anitoli wrote:Reverend, you gotta give us a sound clip of that Octaland............................

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Re: Post your pedal board

Postby revrandfaze » 12 Jan 2018, 13:21

Anitoli wrote:Reverend, you gotta give us a sound clip of that Octaland............................


Ok I will try and get you guys something. I’m not trying to hype the octaland up but all I can say is if you think it sounded good on the video you would be blown away of how it sounds in person.

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