Today’s pedalboard comes from Kevin from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada! Kevin’s a bass player with a pretty modest board, but he’s still able to pull some great sounds from it. Modest boards with some of your favorite reliable pedals can take your sound a very long way! Let’s take a look:
Kevin’s board starts off into an Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, then into a TC Electronics Polytune Mini, a great tuning pedal especially if you want to save space on your board. I’ve run into a couple of pedalheads that overthink tuning pedals way too much. If it keeps you in tune, that’s perfect, don’t overthink it. Up next is an Electro-Harmonix Micro POG into a TC Electronic Shaker Vibrato. I love the “Toneprint” feature of these TC Electronic pedals. It allows you to save and share settings over the internet, where you can later download these settings right into the pedal! Check out the Toneprint I did for this pedal called the “Vato Vibrato.“ We’re all in this together, there’s no need to be too selfish with our sonic secrets, sharing is a great way to facilitate innovation. After the Vibrato is a Fulltone OCD Overdrive pedal. In my opinion, the OCD can sound a little thin, there are great boutique overdrive alternatives offered by Xotic, Wren and Cuff, or Dwarfcraft. Speaking of, up next is a Wren and Cuff Tri Pie 70 fuzz pedal, cool stuff. The fuzz is followed by a BOSS RV-5 reverb pedal and the chain ends in a Visual Sound Dual Tap Delay.
Thanks, Kevin, for sending in your board. If you haven’t sent in your board yet, don’t delay! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and it could be featured right here at PedalsAndEffects!