Here's a pedalboard I just finished for a Bay Area producer/studio owner who wanted to re-work
his pedalboard to go in a more funk-ish direction for live and studio use (see before and after photos below).
The client requested a custom flight-case to go along with the board that would allow him to play the pedalboard inside the case in the studio or live if he decides to take the board on a gig. The bottom section of the flight-case only stand 1 3/8" inches off the ground when in the flight case. Both the pedalboard and flight-case are made out of a light-weight composite material that keeps the weight of the board and case just under 40lbs. total.
The client had some requirements for the board set-up, requesting that I make a true bypass (used as a master bypass control) so that he can set loops and samples on the bypass-able section of the board and then switch to a totally dry, un-effected sound. Lastly, the client wanted the ability to add as second amp to the effects side of the master bypass switch to help fill out the sound. Lastly, the client wanted a lot of space on the right side of the Pigtronix Envelope Phaser so that he could easily plug in an expression pedal to control the SPEED of the unit.The order of the effects are:
INTERFACE (passive)--> Vertex Bypass Looper--> Boss TU-2 Tuner--> Vertex Buffer/Splitter (out to dry amp)--> Pigtronix Envelope Phaser--> Fulltone Clyde Deluxe Wah--> Boss Super Shifter PS-5--> Keeley Compressor--> Pigtronix Disnortion--> Frantone Vibratone Tremolo--> Digitech Time Bender Delay--> BYOC Ping Pong/Echo Delay--> Boss RC-2 Loop Station--> INTERFACE OUT(buffer)