Lets see those pedal boards!

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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby ericjeffcoat » Fri Oct 26, 2012 5:06 pm

not so good iphone pic:

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Paisley may get shelved for the Gain Changer!
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Dr Z Carmen Ghia w/UK Celestion Greenback
Pedals - Silver LTD, Wampler Paisely, Xotic EP, Diamond ML Jr, MXR Carbon Copy, TC HoF
Barber pedals owned (and loved!) - DDSS, Tone Pump, Trifecta, Dirty Bomb

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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby cacibi » Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:12 pm

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4 channels of Barber gain on the big board right now. Delicious!
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby Jules-RM » Thu Nov 08, 2012 3:00 am

Been a while...

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Signal chain:
Barber LTD SR>Loopmaster Clean/Dirty Switcher Hybrid [A:BAT Black Forest>Barber Dirty Bomb, B:BAT Fnord>BAT Pharaoh>Analogman Chorus>MXR Micro Flanger, 3:Boss DD7>Way Huge Echo Puss, Tuner:Polytune Mini]>Neunaber Wet Mono>TC Trinity

Got some custom knobs for the Dirty Bomb, kind of snazzy.
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby rrwelden » Sat Dec 15, 2012 1:03 pm

Heres my new baby board I made the other day!!! I have been enjoying the direct drive with it!!!!

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Amps: Two Rock Custom 50, Fuchs ODS 30, Fender 68 Silverface Bassman, Fender Prosonic
EFX: Barber 1/2 gainer, Barber unLTD, Barber Burn Unit EQ, ARC effects Klone, G2D Creamtone, Mojohand FX Rook, Lovepedal Eternity, Teese RMC-8 Wah, Ernie Ball Volume, Boss Tu-2, Fulltone Supra-trem, Fulltone Ultimate Octave, Eventide Timefactor.
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby ShelbyStrat » Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:26 pm

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Of course the Barber Small Fry that I just got isn't quite featured on here
Custom Strat built to Woodstock specs
89 Am Std Strat
Epi Les Paul rewired and totally customized
Gibson Les Paul Classic
PRS Custom 22
Gig Rig: Super Reverb, Egnater Rebel 30 112, Trainwreck Express Clone, too many pedals
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby RussB » Sat Dec 29, 2012 3:45 am

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Snow White Auto Wah > Tone Press > Octron > CC Hybrid > Aqua-Vibe > B-Buff > Dirty Bomb > Timmy v2 > Turbo Tuner > Carbon Copy > Quantum Leap > Flint - - -18 Watt TMB - - - JCM 800 - - - Single Recto
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby Jules-RM » Fri Jan 18, 2013 4:51 pm

Decided to put the Gain Changer on - also swapped out the Pharaoh for a EQD Hoof, enjoying it a lot.

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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby hobbyist789 » Wed Mar 27, 2013 10:30 am

Not really my pedalbard per se, but a little comparison I did recently to figure out which, if any, overdrives are redundant and can be traded off on the 'Bay:

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Which one(s) "won"? Well... the LTD-SR is never leaving my grip; I'm also really liking the LTD std., which beat the Timmy (both very similar, but I like how the LTD manages the bass rather than always having to dial it up/down on the Timmy); and the DD-SS is great for higher-drive. So, in essence, it's a 1-2-3 for Barber. A Barber "trifecta," if you will... (I swear the pun was not intentional!)
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B-buff|Launch Pad|Tone Press|Compact Tone Press|LTD|LTD-SR|Gain Changer|DD-LG Mod PCB|Small Fry|unLimiTeD|Direct Drive|Compact Direct Drive|Super Sport|Dirty Bomb|Trifecta
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby mjcyates » Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:18 pm

Not surprised at all by your findings!
Musicman Silhouette, Reverend Warhawk, Fender Telecaster ('78), Fender Hot Rod Deluxe with Texas Heat, Blackheart Little Giant combo
Barber Tone Press, Barber Direct Drive, Barber Dirty Bomb, Barber LTD v1, Barber Barb EQ, Barber Tone Pump EQ, Garagetone Drivetrain, Nova Repeater, Ernie Ball Vp Jr., Korg Pitchblack
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Re: Lets see those pedal boards!

Postby gibsonguitar1988 » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:56 am

Hello! I'm new here.

I got my LTD v2 around Christmastime when I was in Florida visiting with family. I went into a guitar shop and really liked this LTD. I really love it especially for fattening up a Telecaster or Stratocaster to give it more meat and beefiness. It's also great with my Les Pauls, which is my main instrument of choice in my band. I do classic rock, blues, and modern country covers for parties, events, etc. Party band.

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