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Post by smetak » Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:06 pm

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I'm not a guitarist (I used to play bass though) but I couldn't help sharing a pic of the guitar I scored a couple of days ago. No pedalboard shots yet - they are still on their way :cloud:
A "teleguar"?

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Post by CSCD » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:43 am

smetak wrote:A "teleguar"?
Yeah, or a "Telemaster", as it's called by the builder (Relic Depot). This thing feels insanely nice to play - now I have to practice my chops, I guess :mrgreen:

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Post by smetak » Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:44 am

CSCD wrote:
smetak wrote:A "teleguar"?
Yeah, or a "Telemaster", as it's called by the builder (Relic Depot). This thing feels insanely nice to play - now I have to practice my chops, I guess :mrgreen:
Nice score, mate!

For the past month or so, since catching a series of Marc Ribot gigs, I have been going up the wall for a Jaguar - kill to have a six-string like the one you got!

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Post by Jason Brock » Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:58 am

CSCD wrote:
smetak wrote:A "teleguar"?
Yeah, or a "Telemaster", as it's called by the builder (Relic Depot).
Or Warmoth calls it a Jazzcaster. I've been wanting to build one.

http://www.warmoth.com/Guitar/Bodies/Jazzmaster/Jazzcaster/

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Post by CSCD » Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:02 am

smetak wrote:Nice score, mate!

For the past month or so, since catching a series of Marc Ribot gigs, I have been going up the wall for a Jaguar - kill to have a six-string like the one you got!
Thank you! It was a completely spontaneous purchase, too - I was saving up for a Digitakt or something but simply couldn't pass up on this one!

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Post by notjoesuthers » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:47 am

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Here's my setup for guitar!

I run the Boss PN-2 last in the chain so I can pan my signal between the Twins. I EQ them a bit differently so that the panning effect is more noticeable. I've since replaced the Bitquest with a Boss PS-3 because the Bitquest is much more useful on synth (for me at least).

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Post by Oblivion » Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:18 am

My latest acquisition a couple weeks ago was a Reverend H90 Descent baritone. Here it is with the stripped-down living room rig, my Tele and Gretsch (5120):
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Post by soundshaper » Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:48 am

Here’s my electric banjo setup. It’s a Deering Crossfire 5-string with some cosmetic customizations. :hihi: I run it first through a Zoom Multi-Stomp for 6 bands of parametric eq, light compression, and amp simulation. Then I run it through my Moogerfoogers, that’s where the magic happens!
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Post by smetak » Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:38 pm

soundshaper wrote:Here’s my electric banjo setup. It’s a Deering Crossfire 5-string with some cosmetic customizations. :hihi: I run it first through a Zoom Multi-Stomp for 6 bands of parametric eq, light compression, and amp simulation. Then I run it through my Moogerfoogers, that’s where the magic happens!
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Woe! Can't imagine what this sounds like - any samples of your work?

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Post by soundshaper » Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:20 pm

smetak wrote:
soundshaper wrote:Here’s my electric banjo setup. It’s a Deering Crossfire 5-string with some cosmetic customizations. :hihi: I run it first through a Zoom Multi-Stomp for 6 bands of parametric eq, light compression, and amp simulation. Then I run it through my Moogerfoogers, that’s where the magic happens!
Woe! Can't imagine what this sounds like - any samples of your work?
Yes! You can hear it all over our two albums. I think the only song where it’s not used is the first song on the latest one, Radiosphere. Listen to the title song Echoes of Empyrean. It’s a lot more prominently used on the first album Unauthorized Wavelenghts.

EXREPLICA.bandcamp.com

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Post by smetak » Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:33 am

soundshaper wrote:
smetak wrote:
soundshaper wrote:Here’s my electric banjo setup. It’s a Deering Crossfire 5-string with some cosmetic customizations. :hihi: I run it first through a Zoom Multi-Stomp for 6 bands of parametric eq, light compression, and amp simulation. Then I run it through my Moogerfoogers, that’s where the magic happens!
Woe! Can't imagine what this sounds like - any samples of your work?
Yes! You can hear it all over our two albums. I think the only song where it’s not used is the first song on the latest one, Radiosphere. Listen to the title song Echoes of Empyrean. It’s a lot more prominently used on the first album Unauthorized Wavelenghts.

EXREPLICA.bandcamp.com
Slick, mate! Fascinating use of the banjo - hearing all the tracks now, at work, which is making my morning!

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Post by Ghost Hip » Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:28 pm

Hey folks, first post here. Since I come from the land of fuzz love and effect pedals, figured this is a good place to start before wading into eurorack. :omg:

This is my pedalboard for guitar. Powered by a Walrus Audio Phoenix. The order goes: Polytune->DOD Gonkulator->Boss BF-2->Infanem Improbability Drive->Earthbound Supercollider->Earthbound Throat Locust->DOD Gunslinger-> Digitech Digiverb->Dwarfcraft Super Wizard->smallsound/bigsound Sparkle Motion->DBA Echo Dream 2->DOD Boneshaker->Hardwire Supernatural.

I haven't taken a legit pic of this rig but screenshot/instagram clip below:

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Imageboard 1 by Jared Talcott, on Flickr

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Post by smetak » Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:04 pm

Impressive how ubiquitous the Ct5 has become - it seems to be everywhere, on every board, from bebop to doom metal and all styles in between - amazing for a small boutique company!

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Post by woVERTICES » Mon Feb 26, 2018 3:22 pm

My present set-up...
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Post by leftbracket » Wed Jun 27, 2018 5:52 pm

This board has been stable for almost a year now – the longest it's ever stayed in one place. I've considered swapping the Scrutator for a ring mod or a second, more experimental delay, but that'll be a while if it does happen.
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It's also been about a year since I picked up the guitar I've dreamed about since I was a kid:
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Post by smetak » Thu Jun 28, 2018 8:01 am

leftbracket wrote:This board has been stable for almost a year now – the longest it's ever stayed in one place. I've considered swapping the Scrutator for a ring mod or a second, more experimental delay, but that'll be a while if it does happen.
Nice board!

I got a Scrutator, which is decent enough, especially with an expression pedal, but found it a bit "one dimensional" - an Earthquaker Data Corrupter would seem to fit the bill here.

On a more experimental delay, got the Red Panda Tensor - more of a tape manipulation thing than a delay, but, man, what a brilliant pedal! Fantastic!

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Post by leftbracket » Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:20 am

smetak wrote: I got a Scrutator, which is decent enough, especially with an expression pedal, but found it a bit "one dimensional" - an Earthquaker Data Corrupter would seem to fit the bill here.

On a more experimental delay, got the Red Panda Tensor - more of a tape manipulation thing than a delay, but, man, what a brilliant pedal! Fantastic!
Thanks for the advice!

Do you have any suggestions for something smaller than the Corrupter that could fit on the board? I've been looking at the Bit Commander and the Pigtronix Mothership 2 and Ringmaster.

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Post by smetak » Thu Jun 28, 2018 11:46 am

leftbracket wrote:
smetak wrote: I got a Scrutator, which is decent enough, especially with an expression pedal, but found it a bit "one dimensional" - an Earthquaker Data Corrupter would seem to fit the bill here.

On a more experimental delay, got the Red Panda Tensor - more of a tape manipulation thing than a delay, but, man, what a brilliant pedal! Fantastic!
Thanks for the advice!

Do you have any suggestions for something smaller than the Corrupter that could fit on the board? I've been looking at the Bit Commander and the Pigtronix Mothership 2 and Ringmaster.
I have the original, big, bulky Mothership - haven't used it in ages; caught demos of the new and improved version and found it quite tempting and better than the original box (and cheaper!). Yet, haven't tried it personally.

Also, I would give the Red Pander bit crusher a try before making a move. Although expensive - Earthquaker's take on the effect is less than half the price on Reverb - Red Panda's BitMap has a mix knob. I'm a big fan of WMD's Geiger Counter (first version), but a mix would really be a big help here - its either total chaos or nothing at all. The Red Panda BitMap is capable of mixing the signal with your clean tone, which may be quite useful in regard to a bit crusher.

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Post by Apfelmann » Mon Sep 10, 2018 7:52 am

almost finished with my board, almost all pedals are diy pedals (either from scratch or from musikding, dont know if there is a diy delay pedal that does reverse delays and i love reverse delays




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Post by thermionicjunky » Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:35 pm

Working on reintroducing voice and chordal instruments to my music. The body is a 1967 Fender Coronado XII with a 100% bubinga Warmoth neck, a proper bridge, and Curtis Novak gold foil pickups. The amp is a 15-watt 1x15 Siegmund Midnight Special combo. The only pedal at the moment is an Effectrode Tube-Vibe with a Mission Engineering expression pedal. I'm going to add the Delta-Trem and, as soon as it exists, the Effectrode Echorec. Everything in the picture is fucking fantastic.

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Post by Sinamsis » Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:40 pm

thermionicjunky wrote:Working on reintroducing voice and chordal instruments to my music. The body is a 1967 Fender Coronado XII with a 100% bubinga Warmoth neck, a proper bridge, and Curtis Novak gold foil pickups. The amp is a 15-watt 1x15 Siegmund Midnight Special combo. The only pedal at the moment is an Effectrode Tube-Vibe with a Mission Engineering expression pedal. I'm going to add the Delta-Trem and, as soon as it exists, the Effectrode Echorec. Everything in the picture is fucking fantastic.

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Beautiful. I've really wanted a 12 string Coronado for a while now. Some day....

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Post by MindMachine » Sat Sep 22, 2018 10:10 pm

soundshaper wrote:Here’s my electric banjo setup. It’s a Deering Crossfire 5-string with some cosmetic customizations. :hihi: I run it first through a Zoom Multi-Stomp for 6 bands of parametric eq, light compression, and amp simulation. Then I run it through my Moogerfoogers, that’s where the magic happens!
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Just scored your Bandcamp. Some of the most unique music I have heard in a while. Very nice. Especially like the heavy synth tunes. Great work. Cheers to the duo :guinness:
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Post by smetak » Sun Sep 23, 2018 12:36 pm

MindMachine wrote:
soundshaper wrote:Here’s my electric banjo setup. It’s a Deering Crossfire 5-string with some cosmetic customizations. :hihi: I run it first through a Zoom Multi-Stomp for 6 bands of parametric eq, light compression, and amp simulation. Then I run it through my Moogerfoogers, that’s where the magic happens!
Just scored your Bandcamp. Some of the most unique music I have heard in a while. Very nice. Especially like the heavy synth tunes. Great work. Cheers to the duo :guinness:
I second that! Very impressive and original work!

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Post by Summa » Sun Sep 23, 2018 2:40 pm

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VOCU VTE-1600
Zvex Wooly Mammoth
Lovetone Ring Stinger
montreal assembly count to 5
Hologram Infinite Jets
Gamechanger Plus Pedal
Ezhi & Aka Moomindrone custom
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small live board, I tend to switch around this setup quite a bit but always in connection with my modular rig, no guitar live (yet ;) )

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