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Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Seymour Duncan PowerStage 170
Modifications (if any): Velcro on back
Accessories (hardshell case etc): N/A
Location (City,State or City,Country): Virginia
International OK? : No
Contact Info (No Phone #s) Here is best
References (eBay or other forum userid): Tons on Facebook, Ebay, Sevenstring.org, Fractal Audio Forums
Price (include currency and if firm/obo): 325 + shipping
- Mint condition, has not left my smoke free studio.
- Awesome power amp that can fit right on your pedalboard.
- Perfect for modelers.
The Pedaltrain Metro 20 is probably the smallest you could get away with. Most people don't like to put the expression pedal on the board, it makes it taller and adds a weird angle. To each their own. Here's some pics of a Metro 20, with the KPA and Mission, for your reference:
I don't know if this is a specific solution but perhaps the concept that might be of use...
In the days leading up to the Kemper I had a Vox combo and because the Vette has very limited storage space, my full sized Pedaltrain wouldn't fit with guitars and everything else added. (I now have a toaster and DXR-10 so that cat is sufficiently skinned).
What I ended up doing was getting two Pedaltrain Nano + boards. In the soft case, it's not much bigger than a loaf of bread. I put my Voodoo Labs power, wireless and a pedal or two on one. The second was all pedals. I left the power cables plugged into the Voodo. To set up, I just laid them out one in front of the other, plugged the power cables into the pedals, and had a very small and concise pedal board that took little load space and could even be stuffed into two smaller spaces.
I love the Pedaltrain stuff. If none of their standard options fit the bill for you, maybe this modular approach would work. It's an extra step or two during setup but really only adds one or two minutes.
Of course, you might also want to try the new reverb beta and see if you still feel the need for the Big Sky and Timeline. That's another way to skin the cat.
Thanks for the feedback- I'd like to get everything on one board if possible, but with that said- maybe a board that will fit the remote and expression pedal, and then a nano with just the two Strymon units and their power would be the way to go. The addition of these two pedals will let me have full parameter adjustment on the fly etc and make it more immerse than just switching amps/patches.
Hey all- I've been a long time lurker. I'm finally making the jump to Kemper and I have a question.
I'll be using the unit in the studio and live. Live, I'll be using the remote along with a Strymon Big Sky, Timeline in the FX Loop and probably the mission pedal for volume. Does anyone have any pedal board recommendations to lay this all out on that isn't too big? Currently I have the old Pedaltrain classic (32)? It's huge.
Any help would be awesome!
No easy answer here.
You need to take profiles you like sonically and tweak and level them at gig level.
And please learn to tweak your profiler and hear what the knobs do.
Best thing to do