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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Variant, Nov 8, 2008.
The first is Petrucci.
The second is Petrucci.
Edit: Wait, are they all Petrucci?
The second one says "JOHN PETRUCCI" on it, so I'm assuming it's his.
i used a Laney GH100L several years back while doing some recording for a band i was in and i totally dugg it infact i want one.
Trents pedal collection looks like a gold mine
^ Yeah man, i would kill for his studio and pedal collection hello synth heaven!!!
There is a wealth of information in this thread, good that it's stickied now
Its pure interestingness at its best as well
I might be able to help out with the Slipknot guy's signal chain (James, I think) as I have a rig schematic in an old guitar mag. It's from a couple of years back, but I imagine many of the pedals are the same.
Also, here's something I've whipped out more than a couple of times here - a rundown of what was used on Carcass' Heartwork from one of the engineers:
EDIT: caught the typo in the thread title too
The copper shielding could also have a practical side to it, though I saw no evidence of it. You could ground all the casings together, and this would remove any stray capacitance caused by multiple boards close together.
My first impression of Trent Reznor's pedal board (pedal deck is more like it) was a bed of nails that some fakir would lay upon in a side street... that shit is crazy. How the hell does he pedal dance with any sense of accuracy?
Oh yes. Here is the translated google link for the guitar guide, I felt it deserved it's own post: (EDIT: Post merging sucks )
Le matériel des guitaristes pro(s) - (Sommaire en page 1)
EDIT: crap, it didn't work
It won't copy into the forums through the hyperlink tool, so you'll have to do it the old fashioned way.
I'm pretty sure the fourth one is Dave Weiner's.
Is the third one Trey Azagthoth's?
see if anybody can identify the light green unit in the 3rd rack
Disregard that, on closer inspection I was wrong.
This thread just inspired me to completely tear apart my pedal board in an attempt to create a Johnson/Morse/Devi-style arrangement where I could fade the delay pedal in with the volume pedal. Turns out it won't work with the equipment I've got, and now I've got to put the fucking thing back together again!
This Rob Hileman's (From A Second Story Window) Pedalboard.
Its nothing flashy or particularly groundbreaking, but I love it's simplicity and directness. Pretty much what mine will be like.
Ernie Ball 25kΩ Volume Pedal
( - Tuner Out -> Boss TU-2 - )
Uncle Ernie's Line Driver
Boss DD-6 Digital Delay
Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb
And using a single channel Boogie channel selector f/sw.
I love how with three cables and a plug he can be set up like that. Fast and effective.
Holy shit, is that board home-made? I'd love something like that for my pedals!
It's all from scratch, it was by a guy called Uncle Ernie.
Uncle Ernie's Effects homepage
And yeah, I want one too.
At the tender age of 13, I decided I wanted to be Trent Reznor (more or less) when I grew up.
At the not-so-tender age of 29, I'm kinda STILL hoping to be Trent Reznor when I grow up.
Little bit of some bumpage but it's worth it.
I do believe that that hair needs no introduction.
do those metal boxes serve a purpose? and lol to the easy button