Who has the coolest rig and stage setup???

The name says it all! Discuss Steve's studios, your studios and gear set-ups, amps and effects here. This is not for discussing guitars (Steve's or otherwise).
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Gastric Sumo
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#31 Post by Gastric Sumo » Thu Feb 16, 2006 10:45 am

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That's way cool man!! Nice set up!!

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#32 Post by amokalex » Thu Feb 16, 2006 12:30 pm

:? since everybody is setting in pictures, I thought I would do the same! :roll:

unfortunatley I can only set the links :oops: or maybe i just might be tooo stupid? :oops: at least I can be proud of my setup! 8)

cya,

amokout :twisted:

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#33 Post by Hobophobic » Fri Feb 17, 2006 11:27 am

Mine's pretty basic. I only play at home so I don't need massive volume, just good sound. I've currently got a Behringer LX112 Vampire that I've posted (because I'm not thrilled with the sound) on the "for sale" board at the local music store. It's making way for an all-tube Carvin Vintage 16 that is currently having some mods done by the Carvin mod king Richard Hassebrock (aka "hasserl") to wake it up and un-vintage it a bit. I have a Keeley DS-1, a Keeley Baked TS-9 and a Morley Bad Horsie all of which is fed by a lefty RG1570LBK w/ Evolutions and an HS2. That pretty much sums it up. I am going to add some sort of delay to the chain (no effects loop on the V16) as soon as I decide what I want but for the most part I like it simple... twist the knobs where I want 'em and play.

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#34 Post by endor » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:04 pm

thought id share my pothetic rig, sounds better then you might think though


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#35 Post by 5thD » Sun Feb 19, 2006 11:34 pm

The Peavey JSX Satch head is going through two Vai Legacy slant 4X12's, with 25 watt greenbacks. The pedals i'm using right now is a EVH phase 90 and then into a Capaptain Coconut (Univibe-fuzz-Octave), and last into a Line 6 DLL4 delay modeler. My main guitar is a Ibanez Jem DBK 6 string


When I tried the Jem through the Satch head through my Legacy, cabinets I couldn't even believe what I was hearing :headbang

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#36 Post by rythm_Futur » Mon Feb 20, 2006 1:55 am

Martin electric, Fender Tele, jackson js20, PRS running straight into a matamp C7

perfect for me cause its no hassle set up and there is no loss in tone due to running through effects and stuff. Sonic paradice for me at the moment.

And the Martin really kicks ass. Gibsons pale in comparision!

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#37 Post by RoadStarII » Mon Feb 20, 2006 3:35 am

all Ill ever need!

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#38 Post by NantucketSleighrider » Mon Feb 20, 2006 10:17 am

I feel quite boring, mine is as follows:

1956 Gibson Les Paul Junior
1955 Gibson Les Paul TV Junior
1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Gene Baker B1

Run Straight into...

Prototype Peavey Classic 50 w/Celestion Greenbacks

I don't really do effects, or more than one pickup, or bolt on necks, lol, I suck

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