Today’s Show Me Your Pedalboard comes from Andrew from Washington DC! Andrew’s rocking a very modest board that has a great homemade DIY aesthetic! Let’s take a look at what Andrew’s rocking:
After what I’m hoping is a tuner, Andrew’s board starts off into an Earthquaker Devices Palisades Overdrive into a Black arts Tone Works LSTR Fuzz. Stacking overdrives and fuzzes together is not an uncommon practice, and you can get some really gnarly results from it too. Both pedals are great picks on their own, cool stuff Andrew. After the fuzz is a Behringer Ultra Shifter/Harmonist US600. I’m glad people are coming around to Behringer pedals! They make great effects and incredibly accurate copies of some harder to find/more expensive pedals. The Behringer VM1 Vintage Time Machine is a great alternative to the vintage Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man and their UV300 Vibrato can go toe to toe with the BOSS VB-2 Vibrato for a fraction of the price! Check out the PedalsAndEffects comparison here.
Up next is a BOSS DD-6 delay followed by a Behringer UT300 Tremolo/Pan (modeled after the vintage BOSS Tremolo/Pan) into a BBE Boosta Grande boost pedal, ending in a Line 6 DL4 to loop all the madness.
Andrew’s board itself is actually a large wooden cutting board! Sometimes you don’t need to drop a bunch of dough on a board, being creative can save you some money!