Vai's Pedalboard

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lukevo
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Hello my friends, I'm here to show the Vai's pedalboard and my pedalboard^^ I'll answear any questions aboult the pedals, amp, Jems ( 7V, 20TH and 7DBK) and aboult the sustainer....... so..... here are some photos of Vai's pedalboard and my pedalboard....

Vai's Pedalboard:

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The DS1 and the VH pedal are for Fender amp...... so i don't have this pedals....

My Pedalboard:

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I Hope you like it^^ and sorry my bad english :D
jun_gats
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what can you say about the g system? nice rig
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Thanks :D

The G-System is a All-in-One Rack.... it is a Rack in its own pedalboard..... supreme quality effects, you can suply other 9V pedals using the G-System, you can control your amp channels, almost everyting..... G-System is the ultimate word in TOP Quality rack effects

You can use the G-System in Rackmount or Floormount......

Right out of the box, the entire G-System is assembled as one floormount unit. But check this out...
The G-System consists of two main parts.

1) The Control Board- This is the board itself with the 1/4" stereo jack connectors for expression pedals and the RJ45 connector for the GFX01

2) The GFX01- this is the 19" rack unit that contains the signal processing unit, connectors for loops, the power supply etc.

Per default, the two units are assembled as an "all-in-one" floor processor. However, if you wish to have all packed away in a 19" rack instead of spreading them all over the floor, you can easily detach the Control Board from the GFX01 and mount the GFX01 in your rack.

This is it.... G-System^^ floormount or rackmount, your choice :headbang
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jun_gats wrote:what can you say about the g system? nice rig
Word around the camp fire. However before reading. Bear in mind that support up-grades change all the time & so really any issues are old.
http://www.petrucciforum.com/forums/sho ... hp?t=56046
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buG-System=OLD

G-System ( updated software ).... better system ever^^ :headbang

Keep Rocking :peace
yegap
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:guitar Nice, looks complicated
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I´m sure that you have the same glasses that Steve uses. I don´t want to offend you but.... you know ... I think you need little bit more of personality
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I don't have Steve's glasses, I'm a big Steve's fan, I like Steve's rig, i like to play Steve's songs, so, why don't have Steve's rig?.... the best guitar rig in the world to me, is Steve's rig.....

this is my personality, i like Steve's rig, so, if i can have his rig, why not?..... i don't like Steve's rig because it is Steve Vai's Rig, i like Steve's rig because i like the way it sounds,..... that is my personality^^

and.... sorry my english :peace
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A really breathtaking view!!!
Did u take the 1st one at Steve's soundcheck while he couldn't see u??? :D
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I have some photos of Vai's pedalboard, taken just a moment before the Evo Experience in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Bourbon Street, this photo i got from the internet

my personal photos are not this good..... ahshusahusahu..... i can't go up the stage like this hehehe

keeeeep rocking :headbang

:peace

sorry my bad english
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Hulloa!! I've got a couple of pix of Steve's pedalboard taken just before his clinic in Samara. A friend of mine was there as a journalist so he had a right to step onto that sacred stage

http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bonzoso/view/161983
http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bonzoso/view/161984
http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bonzoso/view/161985
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BonZoso wrote:Hulloa!! I've got a couple of pix of Steve's pedalboard taken just before his clinic in Samara. A friend of mine was there as a journalist so he had a right to step onto that sacred stage

http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bonzoso/view/161983
http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bonzoso/view/161984
http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/bonzoso/view/161985
Cool, thanx for the pics..anyone would know the brand of the jack?

:peace
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What are the two square silver boxes?

I thought I was looking at Vai's board.oops.

Still what are the two square silver boxes upon your board?
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very nice pedalboard indeed.
cheers
Ferrarezi
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Awesome my friend!
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