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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Variant, Nov 8, 2008.
Johan Soderberg's rig
Josh Klinghoffer's pedalboard.
Makes me blush with envy...
^ thats like my worst nightmare
I dont like tapdancing. I want a G System. and thats it.
I've played on stages that this wouldn't have fitted on!
Don't know if anyone here listens to Threat Signal, but I just was talking to one of the guitarists and he has switched to the Axe FX 2....he says it is unreal and gets most of his tones/patches from the net lol....man I am tempted to get one....seems like its the way of the future.
He is from Texas while the band resides in Hamilton Canada so it's easy for him to take on flights and on tour
unrelated, but it sounded like Fredrik was playing some bongripper type stuff there
Kurt Ballou from Converge, pic i shot at today's show in Utrecht NL
The right amp is a custom for him, the left is a blackstar of which i don't know the name
he used a TC electronics thing for his effects, it is placed on the custom amp as this was when they were setting up
gess wh these 2 belong to
I didnt see it in the thread so heres meshuggahs current setup
Pedals and foot controllers are so 2012 ya?
Anybody have a clue as to what Scott Hull is using nowadays (or even previously) rig wise? I read he's using AxeFX now with a Matrix poweramp, but thats about all I know.
"Tell me about your gear and any endorsements you might have.
Yeah, I really owe my endorsement companies some props. I sort of renovated my signal flow for two reasons. First, because I wanted to change my sound, and second, because I wanted to be able to streamline my ability to travel with a minimal amount of backline required. That means Id like to be able to travel with my own head, my own preamp and my own guitars. As you might imagine, if I were to take a typical guitar head or a big, heavy power block power amp, that stuff gets prohibitively expensive, especially with airline baggage fees.
Matrix Amplification is a company out of the UK that makes these very small but extremely powerful power amps, and I have one rack mount station called the GT800FX. Its a 1,000-watt harness power amp that is about 10 pounds, but that means you can actually carry this thing onto the plane and travel anywhere in the world without having to check it. As any touring musician knows, once you check something, it gets destroyed. Not only is a fantastic sounding amp, its the one amp a lot of people use with the Fractal Audio guitar processor called the Axe-Fx, and its the one most regarded in the industry as an amp modeler. Its purely preamp, but its the one processor that a lot of people hook up with the Matrix power amp to create their main rig.
I dont use Fractal Audio yet, but I use the TightMetal pedal from Amptweaker. Its a great pedal made by a guy named James Brown who worked for Peavey and helped them to develop the 5150 back in the '80s. I use Vader cabinets. Ive been using them for about 10 years, close to when they started."
Interview: Pig Destroyer Guitarist Scott Hull Discusses
Thank you, I read his recent interview with Guitar World, and i wore he said he used an AxeFX
Well, that article was done at the end of last year, and he said he didn't have an axe fx YET. So, it wouldn't surprise me if he has one by now or if he does get one at some point soon. Considering the amount of different amps the guy has gone through, it would make sense.
Guys, I see great things here!
FOA, if there's already a thread who collect all band's gear, my apologize, i didn't find it...
i tought it could be helpful to collect all band's gear/guitar rig, etc... in one thread ! anyone can give his pics or information .....
big job but here we go, i start !
- alter bridge :
and prs tremonti signature of course....
old caparison horus and dellinger
now i think they played on angelus model....
didn't find other pics but here are the last rig they use : Band
just some pics cause too huge and big.... :
+ esp ouija, etc etc
so you ???
Joe Satriani's latest rig:
Looks like Joe's stripped down his pedalboard immensely. He's comfortable enough with his Marshall sigs that the's ditched his signature Vox drive boxes entirely. There were a few more pedals just a few months back like the MXR Dyna Comp, Pro Octavia and another pedal I can't make out, but they've been removed now.
Close up pics:
So it's a Wet Reverb...
Could someone do one for Misha Mansoor? I would love to see his full setup schematic.
Periphery change presets via a midi track in ProTools. Here's an article with the description
Rigged: Periphery Guitarist Jake Bowen and Front-Of-House Engineer Alex Markides | MetalSucks
Sugizo's (Luna Sea/Juno Reactor/X-Japan) latest rig. Not his usual rig either (for a guest spot).
Needs more delay..