Wireless --> Morley Bad Horsie 2 --> TC Electronic Polytune 3 --> Ibanez Tube Screamer --> Mad Professor Little Green Wonder --> Mooer Recho --> MXR Phase 90
MIDI control for rack: Tech21 MIDI Moose
Bazie of 69 Eyes has toured for years with his old plywood DIY-board, which had started to disintegrate over time. It was time to move into a more robust frame, check out the condition of all the pedals and re-do the wiring.
Although the pedals had endured years of gigging, they've clearly been taken good care of. We've also repaired both of the overdrives during the past years, so we were confident that there wouldn't be too much problems.
Ultimately we were good with just spraying the jacks with contact cleaner, brushing off the dust and popping in fresh batteries for emergency situations. We also inspected the cable loom, did some basic maintenance to it and it was good to go.
The original board was about the size of a Pedaltrain Classic 2, so one in a soft case was our board of choice. The board travels in a separate compartment of his cab's hard case, so there was no need for a hard tour case.
We attached the old Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus under the board and used a couple of Pedaltrain risers for the upper row of pedals. The input, output and the MIDI output were located on the side of the board on a Best-Tronics patch panel, so connecting the cable loom is a breeze.