Today’s pedal line is from Matt Cheezem (@CheeseBlocks) of Cheese Blocks Effects. If you have a pedal line (doesn’t have to be in a board) for your rig, please email me a photo, bio, description of pedals and routing to email@example.com. Every Friday I’ll showcase a pedal line submission. Make sure you include any links to your band or music page.
This is my current setup… Everything is hard mounted with bike chain and cables are routed through holes… so it stays pretty permanent. If I have the occasional add on, I usually have to place it either before or after the board.
Everything is on a Trailer Trash board, with input and output jacks hard wired on either side.
Signal path goes as follows:
Input -> zvex Super Hard-On (modified with an external battery kill switch) -> Ernie Ball VP Jr. Volume Pedal -> Tuner out to Boss TU-2, Main out to the first sCream Cheese prototype (with the acid etched graphics) -> Catalinbread V8 Fuzz Tone Engine (LOVE that little guy!) -> 1982 ProCo RAT -> Duncan “Shape Shifter” Tremolo (poor man’s cusack tap-a-whirl… more features and about 1/3 the cost!) -> Boss DD-7 (tap tempo jack is hard wired to the right side of the board) -> MXR Carbon Copy Delay -> EH Nano Holy Grail Reverb -> Output
About the author:
Matt Cheezem is the owner of Cheese Blocks Effects and has contributed a few articles to EffectsBay.com!