Show Us Your Gear: Pedalboards II
Antonio in Italy handbuilt his flight case/pedalboard, complete with a riser for the second row and compartment with a lid for extras. It's powered by a Bespeco 9V power supply. His signal chain begins with an Axess Electronics BS2 buffer/splitter. The first path is a Danelectro Free Speech talk box with a Shure SM58 mic. The main path is an Ernie Ball Volume pedal split into a Boss TU-2 tuner and '90s Dunlop Cry Baby Jimi Hendrix Wah, '90s DOD FX80B compressor sustainer, two Ibanez TS9 and TS5 Tube Screamers modded to TS-808 specs, Boss DS-1 Distortion (modded), Fulltone FB-2 Fat Boost, Fulltone Ultimate Octave, Sweet Sound Mojo Vibe (with speed controlled by an external modified Bespeco volume pedal), '90s Morley Crystal Chorus, MXR Phase 90, Ibanez FL5 Soundtank Flanger, Electro-Harmonix Micro Q-Tron (not pictured), Fulltone Supa-Trem, Visual Sound H20 Liquid Chorus & Echo, and Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail. Pictured around the pedalboard and added to the signal chain occasionally are Ibanez Soundtank Powerlead, Bass Comp, Digital Delay, Tube Screamer, Super Chorus, and Tremolo, and Boss BD-2 Blues Driver (modded), MT-2 Metal Zone (modded), DD-3 Digital Delay, SD-1 Super OverDrive, PH-1r Phaser, CE-2 Chours, OC-2 Octave, and TU-15 tuner, as well as an Arion SCH-Z Stereo Chorus nd modded Dunlop Cry Baby wah.