An update on the pedalboard I’ve been building:
As you can see in the image above, I’ve installed an aluminum sheet beneath the main board to act as a ground plane, hopefully to dampen any noise and RF interference from the power supply platform mounted below it. I’ve also rounded off the corners using my router and belt sander, then applied three coats of 2-in-1 stain+polyurethane, with two coats of a wipe-on poly after that. I liked the 2-in-1 but I’m not so sure that the wipe-on poly really added much. I didn’t really shoot for a mirror finish though.
The second image, below, shows the pedal setup for our session on 3-7-15. There are three new pedals here which I’m renting from PedalGenie.com, which is a brilliant service that loans out pedals for people who might want to experiment with different effects setups like myself.
The signal chain is:
Eventide Pitchfactor >
Boss OC-2 Octave >
Morley Power Wah >
Fulltone Cylde Deluxe Wah (loaner) >
Caroline Icarus Clean Boost (loaner) >
Malekko Bit sample rate reducer >
A-B splitter forms two paths >
A: Damage Control Glass Nexus > Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler > Maestro Phaser > Damage Control Liquid Blues drive > Line 6 MM4 Modulation Modeler > Moog Bass MuRF >
B: TC Electronic Flashback delay (loaner, on its own signal path for evaluation) >
stereo summing pedal >
(Also seen on the floor are an Ernie Ball expression pedal to control the Pitchfactor, and a generic Korg tap tempo to control the MuRF)