[NGD] Temple Audio Pedalboard

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  1. matisq

    matisq SS.org Regular

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    New Pedalboard Day for my birthday! I’ve been planning this for about 2 months. I spent on this 8 hours but finally it’s here! Very light, only 8.1kg (my previous board weighted about 16kg)! All I need in any situation! In conjunction with Marshall JVM205H, controllable via MIDI it’s perfect setup. The brain of my pedalboard is Boss MS-3 which is very powerful unit. I’m amazed how good OD's are!

    Pedalboard is based on Temple Audio Duo 24.
    There still are some areas for improvements so think about this as an "almost ready".

    Signal Chain:
    - TC Electronic Spark Mini
    - MXR Phaser 95
    - Ibanez TS MIni
    - BOSS MS-3
    - DigiTech Ventura Vibe in Loop 1
    - Bogner Ecstasy Red in Loop 3

    For FX Loop:
    - Strymon Timeline
    - Digitech Polara
    - TC Electronic Flashback

    Additional Stuff:
    - For Patch Cables I'm using Musik Produktiv Karl's Solderless Wires.
    - I mounted Mooer Micro Power on the board bottom
    - Mooer Caps on pedals

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  2. TeeWX

    TeeWX All The Br00tz

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    Awesome! I've been on the fence about getting one of these for awhile now. I love how everything is easily panel mounted.
     
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    Very nicely done! Looks very well thought out and lots of tones on there!

    Well done!
     
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    Looks amazing! I've been thinking about getting a Temple board too and the main turnoff is that their website doesn't go into much detail on what certain products are for, how to set everything up, etc.. Like that 4 way jack... they don't say much about it or how you set it up. Some modules/accessories just have a photo and a price with no description.

    Did everything come with good documentation? How did you work out what you needed to buy and how to set it all up? And how do you like the quick connectors?
     
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    Uggh i wanna Timeline so bad...

    Ohh, nice board!
     
  6. matisq

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    Thanks.
    TBH before I decided to buy DUO24 I spent more than 2 weeks planning stuff. I used http://templeplanner.com which is great and have more pedals than Pedaltrain planner :)
    Then I was able to see what I need to simply routing and place all the pedals I need on a board.
    There was some doc for patch box but I don't think you need any :)
    Quick Connectors are fantastic. You just need to remember to be precise when connecting pedals with pedal plates. The best and cleanest pedalboard I had. Also due to to it's construction it's easy to organise any cables on the bottom of the board.
     
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  7. Grindspine

    Grindspine likes pointy things

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    Very clean layout.. nice photos too!
     
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    Was there much soldering involved? Do the side panels just pop out so you can put the modules in there?
     
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    No soldering :)
    Side panels are on a small screws. If I had CNC I would prepare my own extensions :)
     
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    Cool! I'm definitely thinking about it... but first I'm gonna see what utility I can get out of the pedalboards I currently own (PT2 and PT Nano).
     

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