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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Michael, Feb 17, 2008.
Does this count?
Finally got a shot with everything I use for live shows.
I'll eventually get a PA speaker or two since the monitors are really directional but this and two JBL LSR308s are my home rig now.
You can't have both! Choose one and hate on the other like the rest of us!
My current live rig for a rock/alternative/metal cover band.
I'll just leave this here...
So what's best?
Hard call. Like picking your favorite kid. Overall... maybe the Herbert. For versatility VH4, SE (more SE if you like more modern metal). Both are super flexible. Both Bogners record great... the TJ has more of the Marshall upper mid-voicing, with more high-end cut. I have been playing the VH4 a lot lately though... and it sounds great with just about any boost pedal too.
Long time lurker, first time poster. Here's my cubicle.
99% of the time i use my main pedalboard rig which essentially is the S&K VHD preamp pedal (clone of ampeg vh140 gain channel crammed into a pedal) going into my quilter toneblock201 and a speaker cord going to cab. But the few times i use a traditional amp head i pick one from my lovelies ampeg vh-140, ampeg ss-150, peavey vtm120.
I've really been happy with this rig. I play live and wanted to be able to run a few pedals with the amp, and the G-System was just the perfect solution. The pedals I'm running are a Decimator II, Boss AC-3 acoustic simulator, and a Mesa Grid Slammer OD. I was really happy to be able to fit it all in a little SKB roto-rack that sits perfectly on top of the head. The cab is an old OS Mesa 4x12 I've had for a long time. The head is a late 2000s Triple Rec I've customized a bit with a plastidip front and I wired it to a series mod loop to better interact with digital effects.
The "Repulsive In Its Splendid Beauty" rig...
The tangle of cables makes the rig
Ha! That's what makes it repulsive. Those are mostly cables to my volto power supply. Still haven't made the cables for my new pedal board.
My Ibanez RGD, PRS, computer desk, Bose speakers, Kurzweil synth, and a couple of ponies for no reason.
I finally calibrated my Dunlop Volume X mini pedal for expression control of my G-major's effects!
A tube swap helped me tame the Rectifier sound in my version 2.0 fat Triaxis.
A better view of my EarCandy cab's convenient handle.
So many cables!
As a bonus picture, my pet rat was sleeping behind me while I was tweaking my rig. I moved her before getting up to decent playing levels. The 2:Ninety is loud enough to put small animals into comas.