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Unread 07-29-2012, 01:55 PM   #2351
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New Axe FX II rig is pretty much complete minus a few blank rack plates I need to move over





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Unread 07-29-2012, 05:24 PM   #2352
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Holy shit its used666. I remember you from mxtabs forum like 7 years ago. I see you still have major G.A.S.
Haha the GAS only gets worse with time I think
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Unread 07-31-2012, 10:17 PM   #2353
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Unread 08-02-2012, 09:59 PM   #2354
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There is a literal wall of amps at my house.

From left to right:
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Peavey Transtube Supreme
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Unread 08-03-2012, 04:44 AM   #2355
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Just got the Mesa cab today. I had one years ago, but had gotten rid of it. Glad to have one back in the rig....
and just liven things up, here's a pic of my 'other' rig
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Unread 08-03-2012, 12:11 PM   #2356
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Sorry for the bad iPhone pics. My Ultra is one of the one's with a different face plate, I'm not too sure the origins behind it. I've been told there's only a few in the world with the front pannel like this but I don't know how true that is.
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Unread 08-03-2012, 12:21 PM   #2357
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^ First time ever I hear about this...

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Unread 08-03-2012, 12:28 PM   #2358
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^ First time ever I hear about this...
Yeah, I've heard a few different things about it. One of which being that there are only 4 in the world with a faceplate like that and the other being that it was some problem with a batch of them that ended up turning brown. Either way it's really cool to have a different Axe-fx then most.
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Unread 08-04-2012, 01:24 AM   #2359
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Essentially the first few batches of Ultras had the anodized aluminum faceplate discoloration. It doesn't have any negative effect on the structural integrity or anything- it just looks different.

It was a minor manufacturing error and you can email Fractal to get a new faceplate if you wish.
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^ Thanks for explanations mate.

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Essentially the first few batches of Ultras had the anodized aluminum faceplate discoloration. It doesn't have any negative effect on the structural integrity or anything- it just looks different.

It was a minor manufacturing error and you can email Fractal to get a new faceplate if you wish.
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^ Damn man that little setup looks so clean. Jelly.

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Unread 08-05-2012, 08:53 AM   #2364
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Looks like a wireless unit.

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Thanks! It's actually not my proper set up.. threw the recording interface there to fill space while waiting for my custom rack panel.

It's a Line6 G90 wireless unit. Great piece of gear. I used the G30 before picking up the axe fx, ended up trading my G30 for the G90 (i had to add cash of course), no regrets! Looking to pick up a G50 for whats left of my single pedal rig.. They share the same transmitter so it'll mean I can take two guitars out and switch without hassle.

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You could also leave it, and have a reliced Axe FX haha

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Thanks! It's actually not my proper set up.. threw the recording interface there to fill space while waiting for my custom rack panel.

It's a Line6 G90 wireless unit. Great piece of gear. I used the G30 before picking up the axe fx, ended up trading my G30 for the G90 (i had to add cash of course), no regrets! Looking to pick up a G50 for whats left of my single pedal rig.. They share the same transmitter so it'll mean I can take two guitars out and switch without hassle.
Aggh you bastard! I want a G90 to fill up the last space in my rack. Is there a noticable difference signal-wise between the G50 and the G90? Or is the G90 more costly simply because it's rack mountable? Sorry, I'm a huge noob when it comes to wireless stuff ahaha.


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Oh, I'm going to! I've got some history with this unit. I ended up buying it off the other guitar player in the band I just recently joined. He gave it to me (plus a midi board, which we won't be using live) under the condtion I paid for half of his Axe II. I learned 'how2axe-fx' on this one as well. My old band recorded our record with it so a lot of my patches were already on it.

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Unread 08-05-2012, 10:57 AM   #2369
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I haven't tried the G50 but I have the G30 so I can't really comment on that. Honestly the G30 was already good enough for me. Once I switched to the G90 though I did notice a tone improvement. It seemed like my top end was coming through better and the guitar was just fuller sounding. Or maybe its just the placebo effect.....

The G90 does have more features than the G50, its got an extra 100 feet of range.. but other than that, the audio specs are supposed to be the same.. Plus you get the channel select button to choose between two transmitters. VERY useful live when switching guitars. You also get.. the XLR output on the G90 (which i don't use lol) as compared the the G50 receiver.. the G90 displays extra information like battery life and RF status. and with the G90 you use an IEC cable rather than having to lug another 9V adaptor. My rack panel has a powercon input which splits into two IECs to power the axe and the G90, that way I only plug in one powercable when setting up.
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I haven't tried the G50 but I have the G30 so I can't really comment on that. Honestly the G30 was already good enough for me. Once I switched to the G90 though I did notice a tone improvement. It seemed like my top end was coming through better and the guitar was just fuller sounding. Or maybe its just the placebo effect.....

The G90 does have more features than the G50, its got an extra 100 feet of range.. but other than that, the audio specs are supposed to be the same.. Plus you get the channel select button to choose between two transmitters. VERY useful live when switching guitars. You also get.. the XLR output on the G90 (which i don't use lol) as compared the the G50 receiver.. the G90 displays extra information like battery life and RF status. and with the G90 you use an IEC cable rather than having to lug another 9V adaptor. My rack panel has a powercon input which splits into two IECs to power the axe and the G90, that way I only plug in one powercable when setting up.
Thanks for the reply dude! The G90 sounds worth the extra money then I think. Ecspecially on that last note, I'm so OCD when it comes to my rig being the as clean and as easy to set-up/trouble-shoot as possible.

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Unread 08-06-2012, 10:36 AM   #2371
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Sure thing mate! The rack panel will definitely help in making the rig easy to set up and trouble shoot. Should check some of those on the fractal forum out if you haven't already done so!
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Unread 08-09-2012, 06:58 PM   #2372
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Ltd MH1000FR ->Ts9 -> Ns2 -> Engl E530 -> Mesa 20/20 -> Orange 212
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Quick pic of the Rig I was using while recording bass recently.
Top is a Hartke HA3500 with a 410XL 4x10 cabinet.
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Rebuilt my pedalboard again for the ten millionth time. Finally neat and usable enough.


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