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GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Pedalboards III

30 pedalboards used by Premier Guitar readers

Rogerio Leao
"Brazilian player Leao uses this setup in stereo with five loops. He explains, ""The first three are aimed at distortions/dynamic/filters and two of them are free to be used with different combinations, depending of which project it's being used for. The third one is connected to the Deeptrip Bog, Fulltone Clyde Deluxe, and Fulltone Soulbender, in this order. The two extra loops are aimed at the freaky effects (Pigtronix Mothership and Electro-Harmonix Voicebox, and Line 6 FM4 and Electro-Harmonix HOG). After the loop section, the chain goes to the mono input of the Eventide Pitchfactor, then in stereo to the Eventide Modfactor, and later to the Eventide Timefactor, all of them MIDI connected."""

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