The submissions for PedalsAndEffects’ “Show Me Your Pedalboard” have kept rolling in and so many users have great boards to share. Today’s pedalboard comes from Channing who plays in a band called Alpha Cop. Channing has some guitar-oriented pedals and only a few designed specifically for bass, but this makes no difference as everyone’s choice in pedals is preferential. The only thing should ever matter is that the pedals you use inspire you to create music.
The signal starts off with a Boss tuner and the goes into an MXR Bass Octave Deluxe pedal. I usually place my octave pedals later, to avoid compressing its big sound by things like the MXR Bass Fuzz that follows next. After that, the chain goes into an MXR Phase 100 pedal before going back into more overdrive with the Boss Blues Driver, normally intended for guitars. The signal then goes back out into a Ernie Ball volume pedal before reaching Flickinger’s Vicious Cricket Tremolo Pedal. These vintage inspired tremolo pedals are all built and handpainted by one man, Richard Flickinger.
The pedal board ends with some delay modulation from the ElectroHarmonix Cathedral Reverb pedal and the Boss DD-20 Giga Delay . The latter has several features that make it similar to the Line 6 DL4, including a looper and preset delays.
I want to thank Channing for sharing, and thank all the users who continue to submit their pedals. It’s never too late to show off your pedalboard. Send your picture in to email@example.com