I sort Of understand where Tadz's coming from. I Play an acoustic pretty much 99% of the time, But I can play my dads electric with a wah wah and an octave thingy and I sound like jimi Hendrix!!
Guitarist content - pedalboard - what do you use?
When he was alive or now?
Brassneck, yes, they're George-L's patch cables. Very thin and flexible and I used them so that I could cram all those sends and returns into the back of the TC. They don't get moved very often, so I can't comment on their longevity, but so far they've been fine. And I always carry a spare length of cable in case one goes down.
I forgot that I have a couple of other pedals not in shot - there's a BOSS looper and a Morpheus Droptune that I use purely for one song where there's an Ab9. I could learn it in another position, but it sounds so good in open position, that I cheat and detune the whole guitar with the pedal. I'm also using the TC to change channels on my amp, which helps save on more pedals. Not that you'd know from the pictures!
In a moment of old thread ressurection...
I've been looking round for something for my largly BOSS collection of pedals to live in and was looking at the BCB-60. Then I found the Behringer PB600 which it pretty much the same as the BCB-60. A browse around the interweb finds that CPC sell the PB600 for £63:60 delivered! Seeing as my pedal PSU blew up earlier this week, seemed rude not to take a punt on the behringer at that price.
I wouldn't say that the PB600 (or BCB-60) are really 'gig tough', but for home it looks ideal.
Should be delivered today, will give an update when I've fiddled about with it.
If anyone's interested, I've been home for a while and had a chance to set the PB600 up.
Initial impressions - it's made of plastic (I knew it was) so it's a bit 'plastic', but not in a bad way and everything seems to fit in nice & snugly.
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It comes with patch cables, daisy chain power lead, a PSU and the worlds shortest instruction manual (1 sheet on A4 paper, but it's all you need really) together with a big weighty Behringer brochure.
The pedals all stay in place nice & securely and they don't slip when used.
All in all a pretty decent bit of kit for the money
Apologies for the crappy phone pictures!
The BCB60 I'm using has probably done at least 50 gigs and a friend of mine is using the 1000 (10 pedal) version of your Behringer one and has probably clocked up 100 gigs with it.
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