Random Pics of Your Rig

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

  1. KnightBrolaire

    KnightBrolaire Chronic GAS

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    You had me at IIc+ Coliseum :wub:
     
  2. Spicypickles

    Spicypickles Sweeps & Mops

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    This is the coolest thing ever. Hetfield used a coliseum, but this amp belong to fucking PRINCE?
     
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    Trainwreck SS.org Regular

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    MASS DEFECT SS.ORG Infiltrator

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    lol dude wtf! Marshalls, Marks, and loooots of cabs! It's like my greatest hits presets in my Axe Fx. Unreal!
     
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    cult SS.org Regular

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    Maybe he's trying to build an analog rig with the options of an Axe FX. Hmmm....
     
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    Boris_VTR SS.org Regular

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    New amp has joined my ENGL family. Peavey5150.jpg
     
  7. Choop

    Choop n______n

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    Wow! What a clean looking 5150! I'd really like to own another one someday, they rip so hard.
     
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    Boris_VTR SS.org Regular

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    Yeah, it really has very little wear and tear.
     
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    sevenfoxes SS.org Regular

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    TheWarAgainstTime "TWAT" for short

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    That's the most brutal-looking Oreo I've ever seen
     
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    sevenfoxes SS.org Regular

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    :lol:

     
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  12. Bloody_Inferno

    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    Overhauled the main board. Should be enough to cover 2 albums worth of sounds.

    [​IMG]
     
  13. SoundAsleep7

    SoundAsleep7 SS.org Regular

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    Looks amazing Bloody Inferno.
     
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    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    :cheers: Thanks!

    Admittedly it's still a mess underneath. I haven't properly tidied up the wiring just in case inspiration hits and I have to swap a pedal or 4. So far this is the "simplest" big board I've assembled. By simple being all my switching only happens with the bottom 4 pedals and it was the easiest in terms of midi programming.
     
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    SoundAsleep7 SS.org Regular

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    You have some great pedals on that board. How’s the freqout & whammy?
     
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    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    Both are great. I've been a whammy user for a while since I bought the Whammy IV many years ago. The DT is my favorite of the lot. The Whammy V is also great, but I went with the DT because of the unique Detune feature. I've written 2 songs so far that requires both sides of the pedal.

    As for the Freqout it's not quite Ebow/Sustainer pickup but it's still awesome. Definitely convenient for instant feedback and does open for a lot of possibilities.
     
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    SoundAsleep7 SS.org Regular

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    Looks great I’m sure they all work well.
     
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    Aumann SS.org Regular

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    It's a shitty picture, but i'm really enjoying this rig right now. I have a second 7-string from Wood Guerilla coming in next week to top it off. And i have a 2 fenders for more standard sounds. But this rig can pretty much do anything.

    Both cabs contain a V30 and a G12h-75 creamback, the Ygon (left) is a custom cab from a Belgian builder. It is more forward sounding while the zilla super fatboy sounds like a 4x12 and has more bottom end, so they complement eachother quite well.

    The pedal tray contains a precision drive i rarely use, Fortin Fuzz, Fortin Zuul, and atm a maxon od 808 i never use. So 2 pedals will probably be replaced by some strymon stuff and a whammy 5 for better tracking on the whammy

    The Helix midi switches my amp channels and settings.

     
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    buriedoutback SS.org Regular

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    Recently I realized I had all the gear, minus the actual pedal board, to build a portable 100 watt all-in-one board.
    pedal.jpg
    Gear list:
    Guitar with Snark Super Tight Tuner (works with all guitars and bass)
    > 1 of 3 different flavor boxes.
    TC Eyemaster for chainsaw, Joyo OD (tube screamer clone) for regular boost and Metal Zone for extreme thickness and girth.
    > Mooer 15 Brown Sound (5150 in a pedal IMO!)
    > Danelectro Fish N Chips EQ (same settings I used when I had it in the loop of my real 5150)
    > TC Iron Curtain Noise Gate (not as good as the ISP but good enough and 1/2 the price)
    > "100 Watt" power amplifier -- $5 on ebay so I bought 5.
    > Marshall MG412A cab (cheap, light and sounds great IMO!)
    The actual board was $27 on Amazon and came with the velcro already applied. (Pedalboard DIY Make By Aluminium Alloy 15.7"x5.1" Guitar Effect Pedal Board - Sold by: GraceBuy Music)

    I'm very happy with this! I don't know if I'd trust the "100 watt" pwr-amp to a live show... but it certainly rocks at home.
    I left a bit of a gap in the middle because I have a LoFi pedal and Chorus that I'll throw in "the loop" once in a while.

    Yup, it's sitting on my big, fat, heavy, amazing modded 5150. I understand that I can get 'bedroom' volume out of my 5150.
    I just don't feel the need to flip on the monster when I'm just noodling at home, plus I had all this stuff not being used.

    *For recording I'll still go 5150 > TwoNotes Captor > interface for the real deal, and for live/jam I'll still use my 5150/Mesa 412.
     
  20. Kornfann1024

    Kornfann1024 SS.org Regular

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    That cab is wild
     

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