What is your next guitar/gear purchase gonna be?

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  1. USMarine75

    USMarine75 Plays Authentic ® Contributor

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    Yup. I have several and they are awesome. Highly recommend. Jake Cloudchair did a bunch of demos for both on YT.
     
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    I've got some more coming soon, the SND EQ and custom 2in1 pedal. I know you had a 10/10, what else have you got?
     
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    Nice! Just the L' 10/10 and 9/9, as well as a Leqtique MAR (TS). I just saw the Leqtique 2in1 pedals for sale... pretty cool. And I really want the limited edition MAR that is 400% higher gain.
     
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    I'm still waiting for a new batch MAT or MAR to come up in a finish I like and really want a Redemptionist. My 2in1 is an L' Abasi and a L' PV. Going to be dark purple swirl like an old run of 9/9s.
     
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    I want a Padalka so bad but, I’ve never spent more than $800 on a guitar and the idea of spending around $3k just feels wrong :/ BUT THEY ARE SO PRETTY!
     
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    That's already on my list.
     
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    oneblackened Doesn't Actually Play a Seven String

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    Absolutely unreal guitars. Straight up badass.
     
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    I know. And for what they are, they’re actually reasonably priced with a short build time.
     
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    -Tube screamer to give the nemesis some life, a toss up between a TS9 or the Tight Airis Tight Scream
    -Pedalboard to hold all the madness.
    I'll be complacent for a while until I get the *real* centerpiece preamp, the KSR ceres. THEN I can watch the sun set on a simple, brutal Pedalboard.




    But the sun rises again ofc lol
     
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    What poweramp are you using?
     
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    For now the ones on the Mooer Radar. I've considered getting a baby bomb/random 4x12 as well for the "real air", but what would you recommend as an alternative/upgrade? The one I see on rigs the most is the powerstage 170
     
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    The PS170 is good. I liked the Pedal Baby 100 more but, if you HAVE to have something that fits on a pedalboard i would go with the PS170.

    I wouldn’t get the ISP stealth ultralite though. It’s nice that it’s small but, just sounded cheap
     
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    Is this for jamming at home or do you want the option of playing with a drummer or live? For bedroom jamming something like a Baby Bomb would be more than enough. If you have an existing amp with a loop you could just use it as a poweramp by running into the return.
     
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    No amp. After having a trusty dusty peavey vypyr combo for so long I got to the point all of us do when deciding on what to get next for our musical futures, and I wanted a rig I could record at home with at non-gig levels but not with some VST, jam, and play live with. Pedal-rig seemed the way to go, plus it's lightweight, portable and I can get "my" tone from whatever backline cab there is with the baby bomb if I feel so inclined. Preamps have come a longggg way
     
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    I'm a pedal rig guy myself, so you're preaching to the choir. I've only used the Microblock pedal power amp and if your cab is miced it would certainly be enough to gig with, not sure about the Baby Bomb. Personally, I'm more cautious and don't want to have to rely on a PA in a live situation. I've played enough places with crap PAs that I like having the option of producing all the volume I need from my rig, so I'd go with the Powerstage or Pedal Baby if your budget can allow it.
     
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    The Powerstage is great, but it doesn't work as an amp like the Duncan site suggests. It is solidly a power amp and needs a preamp in order for pedals to sound great.
     
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    Absolutely true. Think of it as a power amp with active EQ controls for final shaping for the room, so you don't have to go into your modeler's menus to re-EQ for just a night. So you need a preamp, but what a power amp it is!
     
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    The site makes it seem like you just run any pedal into it because it's already got a preamp, though. It definitely doesn't work with most I've tried.
     
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    Why haven't Seymour Duncan put a Powerstage and Palladium into a single box yet?
     
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    So they can charge $700? I dunno.
     

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