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    I'm running my Tomo through a Univox U-45B and when we gig I am using 3 pedals for most all I do.
    Primarily I use my Mooer Blues Mood for about 80% of the music we do. The other songs also include a Mooer Flex Boost and some also get my Morley Classic Wah and a Digitech Whammy 4

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    Last edited by vwfye; Feb-13-2015 at 2:56pm.
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    I run my mandostrat through a silver face Princeton with a 12 inch Celestion Vintage 30 and I use a Catalinbread Echorec, a tube screamer, a Keeley Phase 24, a Blackout Effectors Musket fuzz, a Cry Baby wah, a Arc Effects klon clone, a Ditto nlooper in addition to the EHX B-9 organ pedal. This set up really helps me nail that old school bluegrass sound on stage!
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    Cool!

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    Boy that's some shiny stuff you've got goin there .

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    Y'Ha DG Stomp, a Multi EFX pedal board, as a External Loop out and Back Into My Roland AC 60 , also adds a little gain.
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    Gibson es125t 3/4 5string tenor (joel eckhaus conversion) / schertler pre a iii preamp/ blackstone appliances mosfet overdrive/ t- rex roomate tube reverb/ amptweaker swirlpool vibrato tremolo/ '65 magnatone 431 (or vox valvetronix vt 20+)

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    Crafter acoustic-electric
    Surf City Octave
    Eastwood Mandostang
    Tomo Electric Octave
    Tomo Electric
    Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele
    Epiphone El Capitan Bass
    Epiphone 1924 Recording A Tenor Banjo

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    I am trying to find just the right 'chorus' to use for some of the mellow hymns we play. Any suggestions?
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    Tomo Electric Octave
    Tomo Electric
    Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele
    Epiphone El Capitan Bass
    Epiphone 1924 Recording A Tenor Banjo

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwfye View Post
    I am trying to find just the right 'chorus' to use for some of the mellow hymns we play. Any suggestions?
    My favorite chorus pedal by far is the old school Boss CE2. It's not subtle and to tame that you may want a separate blend pedal or even split the signal to a different amp. Just depends on how chorusy you want to sound.

    Other pedals I like for single string electric are Boss CS-2, SMS Earth Drive, Carbon Copy, Skreddy P19, and the Hartman Flanger. Always on for me are the CS-2, earth drive, and carbon copy.

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    I love the EH Memory Boy for acoustic and TC Corona for electric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vwfye View Post
    I'm running my Tomo through a Univox U-45B and when we gig I am using 3 pedals for most all I do.
    Primarily I use my Mooer Blues Mood for about 80% of the music we do. The other songs also include a Mooer Flex Boost and some also get my Morley Classic Wah and a Digitech Whammy 4

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    I have a couple pedal boards but my fave for emando lately has been my super-portable rig.

    I run my Fender 5-string into a Vox Lead Amplug then out a Sony SRS X5. I picked up a Roland PM-5 off Craigslist which provides great backing tracks that runs through the Aux in on the Vox.

    Here's one of my main pedal boards:

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    It is a Uke, I run it as a Mando with the E and octave lower as I am yet to find anything that would stretch enough to be the normal E. For what I am doing, it isn't an issue.
    Crafter acoustic-electric
    Surf City Octave
    Eastwood Mandostang
    Tomo Electric Octave
    Tomo Electric
    Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele
    Epiphone El Capitan Bass
    Epiphone 1924 Recording A Tenor Banjo

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    I just realized my Univox amp is 47 years old this month! Dang... I hope it never, ever dies!
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    Eastwood Mandostang
    Tomo Electric Octave
    Tomo Electric
    Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele
    Epiphone El Capitan Bass
    Epiphone 1924 Recording A Tenor Banjo

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    All the little stuff fits!

    Cool choices--enjoy...
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    My Univox amp is down (just need to go through the entire thing) and I'm using my VOX now. It is one of the ones of the sampling amps. It took weeks to get the Univox sound out of it, but now that I have found it, I'm a happy man again. 9 billion settings on the VOX and I'm running it with no effect on it and just the blues setting with all dials for tone at 12 o'clock. Same pedals as before with this set up and it sounds great.

    The bonus? It is a bit easier for me to hear myself on stage with this little amp because of the extra watts it can push.
    Crafter acoustic-electric
    Surf City Octave
    Eastwood Mandostang
    Tomo Electric Octave
    Tomo Electric
    Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele
    Epiphone El Capitan Bass
    Epiphone 1924 Recording A Tenor Banjo

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    Divided Pickup, 1 per String >> Roland Guitar synth >> Stereo AMP, PA+ Subwooffer..
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    I just added an Analog Fox Tone Machine. Wow, just freaking WOW! If you like vintage rock n roll sound, this thing is awesome! I won't use the octave switch often on a mandolin, but I sure like this pedal.

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    Crafter acoustic-electric
    Surf City Octave
    Eastwood Mandostang
    Tomo Electric Octave
    Tomo Electric
    Epiphone Les Paul Ukulele
    Epiphone El Capitan Bass
    Epiphone 1924 Recording A Tenor Banjo

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