Random Pics of Your Rig

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Michael, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. WesleyG

    WesleyG SS.org Regular

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    I love the JSX, probably my favorite amp I've ever owned.
     
  2. buriedoutback

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    Pedals (Boss mini pedal boards)
    Front of Amp : Isp Decimator // Marshall Guvnor (modded to be like a ts808 i think) // Planet Waves tuner
    I'm going to try out a JOYO JF-01 Vintage Overdrive in place of the Marshall Guvnor and see how that sounds.
    Loop : Ibanez Lofi // Danelectro Chrous // Danelectro Fish N Chips Eq
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    Ibanez RGA8 with only a Dimarzio Deactivator in the bridge. Neck is just a 5 string bass pickup cover.
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    Stock 5150 where I removed the front panel. Just got this recently. Sounds a lot tighter and more aggressive than my Mesa Triple Rec. I'll run it untill it needs new tubes, then I'll get some JJs and do the Bias Mod. I'll also be adding 2 handles to the top.
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  3. pooshoes

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    That is one heavy looking rig :hbang:
     
  4. ricky bobby

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    Just traded an my Hughes & Kettner Triamp MKI for the Mesa Dual Rectifier and Orange OR15. I thought I'd really miss it, but having that Mesa vintage channel back couldn't make me any happier.
     
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  5. Fraz666

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    My Ibanez family in a christmas reunion

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    Super jealous of that PGM!
     
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    volume8 rhythm guitar

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    guitars are SE custom 24, strat i put a JB and a 59 in, MIJ '01 RG7420, mitchell acoustic-electric bang on, CHEAP Washburn bass.
    not pictured: hamer standard which is in the shop, grunge pedal and 5 metal zones.
     
  9. Mprinsje

    Mprinsje st. anger ain't bad!

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    Got myself some amps since the last time i posted a pic.

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  10. Fretless

    Fretless Knob Fiddler Contributor

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    Working on a pedal rig.


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  11. InFlames235

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    Love this! Did you have a Live? Been considering upgrading my Live to Studio but really curious if it's actually worth it or not.
     
  12. Fretless

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    Thanks! Glad you like it! (there will be another strymon or two soon)
    I did not own a live, but I borrowed one for about a month before I purchased my studio. It's a world apart. It's just as easy to use, but way more flexible. If you're willing to spend the money, it's definitely a worthy investment.
     
  13. m107a1

    m107a1 SS.org Regular

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    In the dark...
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    Hey, what's that back there? Oh I see..
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    Also, this is NPD for the ProTone DHOD and Clean Boost!
     
  14. techjsteele

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    Here are some pics of my updated guitar rig setup:

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    Sorry about the quality, but I am a notoriously bad photographer.
     
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  15. mietschie

    mietschie SS.org Regular

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    it has been a long time since i had all my gear together in one place, so i had to take the opportunity to take a picture :D

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  16. Dabo Fett

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    What is the blue whammy, a bass whammy? How does it differ from the standard, and why if I may ask do you prefer it in the rig? Very interesting as its the first time I'm seeing this. Always looking for ideas to steal....
     
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    Yep, it's a second gen Bass Whammy. I originally bought it for my bass setup, but it did not get along with it. I was going to sell it (even had it for sale here), but then on a whim I tried it out with my 8-strings through my guitar setup. I loved it! The tracking is superb on the low F# string (tracking is even awesome on my high A string on my other 8-string), the 2nd down/up whammy settings are pretty cool for tuning down or up a step and honestly IMO the harmony intervals are much more useful for the tones I'm after.

    Fun fact: Using the octave up/2 octaves up harmony setting with a B-E-A-D-G-B-E-A tuned 8-string disrupts the time/space continuum (and probably pisses off any mammal in a 500' radius).
     
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    Man, that's a nice setup. Heavy duty Boss stuff + Chase Bliss + Empress is pretty much what I do, yet we have entirely different sets of pedals!
     
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    The only thing that changed is the chromatic tuner since this pic was taken. Super simple, super brutal.
     
  20. techjsteele

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    Thanks! What are your thoughts on the Tonal Recall? I'm thinking of snagging one for my bass setup.
     

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