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Pete Lacis
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Saw this over on the Zappa site and wanted to share. Looks like its the TC G-System plus a few old friednds.

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resha
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Thanks a lot Pete!
It's always cool to see what Steve adds (or not) to His pedalboard! 8)
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Why isn't he using the Morley pedals?
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Actually he is... you can even see the BH wah in the pic. The only reason he brought a Crybaby on the RI tour was for "The Audience is Listening" and he still use the Little Alligator exclusively.
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beyondthenotes712 wrote:Actually he is... you can even see the BH wah in the pic.
:?: Can't see the BH pedal in that pic! All I can see is the Whammy pedal than the Dunlop Wah, the DS1 and (I guess) the Tube Screamer. and the G-system :?
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My bad, :oops: I didn't look close enough. The BH tends to have a bigger and flatter rocker than others, and next to the relatively small whammy rocker it looked like the Morely. I guess he has been favoring the Dunlop then lately???
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i read somewhere on the board that by the end of his tour, Steve wasnt usin his BH pedal as he didnt feel it had the range he wanted anymore. im not sayin he wont ever use it again, he just felt like a change on the tour
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I gettin the G sytem now I wanted it before but I didnt think It was that good
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i feel stupid!
wat is the G system? :oops:
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resha
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toms-ruin wrote:i feel stupid!
wat is the G system? :oops:
This funny little thing :wink:
http://www.tcelectronic.com/G-System
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resha wrote:
toms-ruin wrote:i feel stupid!
wat is the G system? :oops:
This funny little thing :wink:
http://www.tcelectronic.com/G-System


did steve use it only for the ZPZ or will he use it now all the time.....does someone know??
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I never heard of the G-System until it was mentioned here, I decided to check out the demonstrations videos on the TC site. It was pretty impressive and was thinking about testing one out and then maybe buying it. THEN I SAW THE PRICE TAG. hmmm why are the guitar gods so mean.
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The price tag is pretty daunting. However, the price is on par to buying a delay/reverb/chorus/pitch unit like a g-major, wah pedal, compressor, midi control surface, and midi anaglogue loop switcher.
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-yasi- wrote:
resha wrote:
toms-ruin wrote:i feel stupid!
wat is the G system? :oops:
This funny little thing :wink:
http://www.tcelectronic.com/G-System


did steve use it only for the ZPZ or will he use it now all the time.....does someone know??
No one knows it but Him!

Maybe it all depends on what He needs on stage... :)
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