This morning over at Voodoo Labs Facebook page, they posted a couple of photos of Robin Finck (of Nine Inch Nails) and I thought I would share. I have been a fan on NIN for a while, but have to admit I haven’t listened to much recent stuff, but back in the 90s.. I was SUPER into this band.
There were a few things that caught my eye about this and the reason why I wanted to post. First off, it’s great to see the types of pedals needed to get some of the NIN tones. Secondly, this showcases a Voodoo Lab pedalboard that I wasn’t familiar with – the Voodoo Lab Dingbat MD-PX. The design is great, but what sets it apart is the ability to integrate a Voodoo Lab PX-8 Plus Pedal Switching System to the board – that’s a nice touch.
Also, I wanted to talk about the Voodoo Lab MONDO power supply. On my personal Pedaltrain PT-2, I actually run a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+ AND a Powertrain to power all of my pedals cleanly. That translates to a pair of AC cords and added weight. Going with the MONDO might be something for me to consider.
Okay, back to talking about the pedalboard of Robin Finck. On the board, I was able to identify all the pedals except one. If you can help, that would be great. The unidentified pedal is the pedal on the bottom right with the ’02’ and states ‘a/b’. I’ve never seen an a/b switch with 6 knobs though.. so I feel like it can’t be an a/b.
UPDATE: Unidentified pedal is AMT Electronics O2 Preamp. Thanks Shane Huckeba!
Pedalboard for Robin Finck of Nine Inch Nails
Carl Martin AC Tone-S
JHS Super Bolt Overdrive
JHS Kilt Overdrive
JHS Firefly Fuzz
Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork
Voodoo Lab Proctavia Fuzz
Creepy Fingers Ramalama
Catalinbread Belle Epoch
AMT Electronics O2 Preamp
Voodoo Lab PX-8 Plus Pedal Switching System
Voodoo Lab Dingbat MD-PX pedalboard
Voodoo Lab MONDO Power
Let me know if you see anything incorrect. Also, let me know what you think of this board by commenting below!
6 years ago
The unknown one–AMT Legend Amp Series O2?Reply