Show your Amplifire(3/12/Box) pedalboard

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  1. MU7

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    Normally with cab simulation on both outputs and with my passive Yamaha wedge as my monitor on output 2.
    In the rehearsal room or at gigs when I have the wedge with me I simply use the cab simulation on both outputs and out 1 goes FOH.
    If there's no space for my wedge, I simply use one of the 4x12s they usually have at the venue as my monitor and only activate the cab sim for output 1 (FOH).
    Sounds a bit different through the cab but with the bass/mid/treble knobs on the SD 170 it takes just seconds to make it sound great.

    And yes, it's definitely loud enough with 170 W. The Powerstage is simply awesome.
     
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    Thanks for the response.
    Appreciate it.
    BMoe
     
  3. MU7

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    I kept trying to make everything work on a smaller board but need more space to work around. There's still room for a FreqOut which I may get someday.

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    Stage 2 of the prototype board with the full rig. 30 watts of power included on the board. The Zoom Multistomp will come off and the TC Alter Ego will be replaced. Currently experimenting with one delay in front of firebox and one behind to decide if my final delay solution can just be one analog delay, or if I want a second digital delay behind the amp, too. I'm guessing I wind up with just a Rubberneck running where the alter ego currently sits.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/mjGraAoadkMvOhgb2
     
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    So this is still a work in progress, but it's coming together nicely. Added the overdrive and Ditto yesterday and practised my Tetris skills to make it all fit nicely (while maximising available space for more pedals). I'm a bit OCD about keeping my board as compact as possible with as many options as I can fit on there, both because of space limitations in my music room/office at home, and because I'm packing up and moving the board to and from rehearsals every week.

    This is my entire rig, used for both electric and acoustic guitar, and I'm hoping to make it usable for bass as well (at least for demo recordings and for getting a quick and decent sound straight to a PA). Still working on a good acoustic preset, and then I'll see if I can make a decent bass preset.

    I've still got two spots available on the board, and I'm thinking I'll experiment with an octave/fuzz combo. TC Electronic Sub'n'up Mini in the lower right corner and maybe a DOD Carcosa above the AFB. Both pedals should work well for both guitar and bass, which is a big bonus.

    I have to say; I know this is common knowledge, but I'm astounded at how well the AFB handles pedals (both before and after). Adding an external overdrive just really made my Hot Brit preset come to life, so now I'm thinking I might switch the boost switch over to do something else. I use external delay and reverb, but it might be nice to have a second delay sound ready right at my finge... err, toe tips. We'll see where it all ends up.

    Need to do some cable management, but no point in messing around with that until the board is filled up.

    For those interested: The board is a Pedaltrain Metro 20, powered by a Cioks DC5.

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    Here is mine. It is powered by a Truetone CS7 hidden underneath.
    pedl board.jpeg
     
  8. Omnius

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    Clean and simple,
    A/B box between wireless receiver and cable, than straight to the AA3
    (Elvis box is true bypass, of course)

    powered by 2 Rockboard Power LT XL
     

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    dubiousMe Well-Known Member

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    Here's mine before I expand it in the next few weeks...

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    Is that a plexitone?
     
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    No, it's a Joyo Sweet Baby which sounds surprisingly good to me. I wouldn't trust the foot switch for long term use but being in the MS-3 loop I don't need to touch it.
     
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    here you go...
    wireless into synth.....send to volume/wah....to firebox in a/b mode (both with clean boost for additional crunch but no volume boost)...to boost (for solos) ...back into synth. stereo out to h9,,,,stereo out to lehles and into mixing desk. 20180201_175609-1_resized.jpg
     
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    Here's mine, compact, simple and powerful. Powered by Truetone CS7 under AA12. There's also an insert loop to add my talk box or anything else I may need received_10209978464245550.jpeg received_10209978464205549.jpeg
     
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    MU7,

    Noticed you have a tuner on top of your wireless..... you find the polytune more accurate?
     
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    The GLX tuner is awesome. I use gk3 pickups on my guitars but kept the Shure for the tuner. And to avoid having 2 cables from my guitar.

    I am most curious how the Duncan compares in punch to the Kemper poweramp. Obviously different wattage but would love to try a comparison.
     
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    When I bring my other rig with the modded G10 I sure miss that tuner! ;)
     
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    NO TUNER FOR YOU







    ...and on that note; I PM'd my mailing address for those green picks. I'm looking forward to getting my envelope :eek::D
     
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    Sent yesterday....... tossed in a couple other random Namm goodies as well.
     
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    Much obliged kind sir! I just know my playing will be better as a result :D
     
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    I'll also note that it took me a good 9 months to send pics of a board using that power supply you sent me for a good price, but you can definitely see the decibel 11 taking care of business in the pics of my board in this thread :D
     

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