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Jan Roger Trønnes: Just Big Enough
Jan Roger Trønnes of Oslo, Norway, describes his board as “not too big, but big enough.” Populating Jan’s T-Rex ToneTrunk frame are a D*A*M /Sola Sound Tone Bender MK 1.5, a Korg Pitchblack Tuner, a Dunlop Cry Baby GCB95, an Ashra Fuzz from Finland’s J. Paasonen, a BMF Effects Holy Balls/El Jefe overdrive, a Keeley-modded BOSS BD-2 overdrive, a 2005 Klon Centaur, a Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe, a T-Rex Replica delay, a Strymon Flint trem/reverb, an Xotic RC Boost, and an Electro-Harmonix Nano Switchblade. Two T-Rex Fuel Tank Chameleon power supplies beneath the board provide power. “I’m really happy with this setup,” says Jan. “At least for a while.”
Ready for some self-inflicted pedal envy? Just check out the extraordinary setups from some of our fellow players. These recent submissions include a crafty “skateboard,” a fuzz “smorgasboard,” and submissions from a few players who may have gone “overboard.” (Puns intended.)
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