Small improv in Eb tuning on this 212 Cabinet with Eminence Texas Heat speakers.
Today, I finally finished my new pedal board ! All my favorite stuff is now in 1 (beautiful) case, made by Schmidt Array. Planning for the board started in august, as I experienced that there was no more room left on the old board (pedaltrain 2). Also, I wanted to upgrade my GLAB GSC-3 to a GSC-4 (which I did) and wanted a more convenient case that was easier to set up on stage. After seeing Josh Smith ‘s pedalboards, I was sold.🙂Now I can just pull the lid of, insert 1 power cable in the back and 4 jack cables in the connector box (side) and I\\u2019m good to go. No more fiddling with extra power sockets or loose expression pedals on stage.
As there is a bit more room on the new board, I added the TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 (in the FX loop), a new Fuzz pedal (KHDK Scuzz Box) and (again) the MXR 6 band EQ for clean sounds. The H9-expression pedal from Mission got a definitive spot on the board thanks to a custom made cutout in the upper deck. Apart from these additions, the signal flow is the same is it was all summer.
I really took the time to puzzle all cables together, as room for connecting often is very tight. So far, it sounds great both connected to my digital rig (AX8, matrix amp), as my tube amp (Victory Duchess V40). There isn\\u2019t much tone loss or unwanted noise. In my experience, the GLAB-switchers and the H9 handle these types of setups very well. Connection via MIDI is flawless and editing and naming patches is very easy.
Rising is a short, progressive tune I wrote. Had fun, but got a taste of my own venom 🐍due to time signature changes 😅and a few editing issues. Still, I\’m quite satisfied with the result ! Enjoy !