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Unread 05-20-2011, 03:10 PM   #91
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Here's pictures of my rig. The first picture has a better shot of my audio rack and effects. The second is my recently finished custom Warmoth strat that I spent 5 months designing and building (it was actually assembled by a local luthier):

Here's the specs:

Top Rack:
Behringer X1204USB mixer
Behringer FBQ1502 EQ
IBM laptop w/Reaper and Transcribe!
Technical Pro PS-B11 11 outlet power supply
Gem Sound XPS1000 Power AMP
2u Drawer

In the bottom rack is:
3u Drawer
Digitech RP500
Planet Waves tru-strobe pedal tuner
two pedals to control my drum machine which is an Alesis SR-16 which is just to the right
Akai LPD8 Midi controller using it as a foot controller

It's powering two DCM Speakers.

The guitars on the wall are a Takamine EG260C and a Squier MA-1 (my daughters)

(Blue strat) Squier Affinity strat that I've changed the pickups to an HSS setup from Dragonfire (currently rebuilding this one with DAllen pickups and a Warmoth neck as a D tuned 2nd guitar).

Here's the specs on the Warmoth Strat:

Schaller locking tuners (chrome)
Maple Warmoth Pro neck w/Indian rosewood fingerboard - Vintage tint satin finish
Custom logo designed by me on the headstock w/MADE IN USA and HOTROD STRAT (in the same font as the stratocaster on a fender headstock) and the Warmoth logo
1 11/16" nut width
Fender LSR roller nut
Standard thin neck contour
10"-16" compound radius fingerboard (22 frets)
SS6105 frets
Abalone dots
Custom polished aluminum neck plate with machined W Warmoth logo and an S'69 (letter of my name and year I was born)
Chambered swamp ash body with swamp ash laminate top (3 lbs 10 oz)
Tobacco burst finish front & back
front HSS route, top jack
Fender two point chrome tremolo
Black/White/Black pickguard
Hennessey deluxe chrome strap locks
Lace Holy grail pickups in neck and middle
Lace Dually Red/Silver humbucker pickup in bridge
Double Treble Python strap

Here are the switching options:

S1 switch (from american deluxe) in volume w/custom wiring allowing the following pickup options with the 5 way:

S1 Up:
1 - Bridge
2 - Bridge & middle in parallel
3 - Middle
4 - Middle & neck in parallel
5 - Neck

S1 Down:
1 - Bridge & middle in series
2 - Bridge & middle & neck in parallel
3 - Bridge & neck in parallel
4 - Bridge & neck in series plus middle in parallel
5 - Neck & middle in series

the top tone pot is a master tbx control pot which is a 2 way tone pot with a middle detent that allows you to cut treble or bass

bottom tone pot is a push/pull pot wired to work as a variable coil split for the humbucker so I can use either coil individually, both together, or one at full volume and the other at variable volume along with all the above options

and a fender passing lane switch to bypass the volume & tone pots and go straight to the humbucker
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Unread 06-10-2011, 11:26 PM   #92
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I have other guitars and various other instruments and amps, but this is the one that is capturing my heart at the moment. It's being built for me by Tim McKnight, made possible by the contributions of fellow members of the Acoustic Guitar Forum. It will be presented to me at the Healdsburg Guitar Festival in Santa Rosa, California, in August. In this shot, Tim was applying another coat of finish. You can see the incredible grain pattern of the zircote back and sides, as well as the binding and purfling.

And one of the back of the headstock, showing the only reason I could ever afford, as a music minister, a glorious guitar like this.

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Unread 07-04-2011, 06:20 PM   #93
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A close up of the guitars and the "gear corner."

It appears the pictures are upside down.... hmmmm *rubs imaginary beard*
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Unread 10-04-2011, 08:35 PM   #94
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This is a picture of my Ibanez 103 BM (burl maple) I was surfing the WEB looking at small guitar stores and I sow this beautiful guitar. It has all of Ibanez top parts and finish it 's fit and finish is very nice. I play this guitar in praise team more often than anything else.
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Unread 11-19-2011, 12:00 PM   #95
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Here what I have pictures of right now.

I would like to point out that the sticker was on the black and white Zakk Wylde Bullseye when I got it and have never took it off. Also the black and white Bullseyes has an 81 and 85 EMG in it.
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Unread 12-05-2011, 10:28 AM   #96
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I feel very blessed to have picked up a Two Rock Studio Pro 22 head recently. I sold off many of my amps and a killer Martin acoustic to purchase this. One amp is good enough for me!

And the board...

And the main guitar right now...John Mayer Strat

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Unread 01-03-2012, 07:22 PM   #97
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quick new guitar update...pre work, and where I am now.
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Unread 01-12-2012, 03:32 PM   #98
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"Danger" Custom Strat

Stagg Hollowbody

Fender MiM Strat

Epiphone Les Paul Elitist

"Amps" Vox AD50 2x12, Fender Princeton Chorus 2X10, Fender FM65 1x12

"older verison of board and Fender Princton Chorus"

"My Board as of 2012

Chain order
Visual Sound Route 66
Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde
Digitech Badmonkey
BBE Sonicstomp
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal Jr.
Fender Tuner
TC Nova Repeater
Visual Sound H20
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Unread 02-02-2012, 06:45 PM   #99
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I Love my Yamahas

The one that's sideways is the LLX6a, the cutaway is the FGX730SC, the Mahogany-looking one is the FG700S, and the oddball is the SLG100S (silent guitar).
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Unread 02-06-2012, 11:06 AM   #100
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new one...

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Gibson LP Classic Custom
Epi LP Custom
Epi LP Standard (custom)

Boss TU-2 > Dunlop Cry Baby > Loopmaster ABY > MXR Carbon Copy >

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Orange AD30TC Combo
Orange AD30HTC Head
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Unread 02-12-2012, 08:31 AM   #101
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My Electrics from L-R:

Logan Custom Tele (Refinished), '95 Fender MIJ 62RI Strat (Seafoam Green), Ron Kirn Custom, 2007 Fender USA 57RI Strat (Blonde):

Cornerstone Zion
Boashkin Placencia OM
Logan Custom Telecaster, Ron Kirn Strat, K-Line Springfield
PRS P22, Tom Anderson Bulldog
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Unread 03-09-2012, 08:54 AM   #102
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My Jackson Dinky and Vox amp.

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Unread 04-09-2012, 01:14 PM   #103
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Church Rig

Here's my church rig, dutifully posed on the staircase landing. Nothing too special.

'00 USA 52 Reissue Telecaster. I got this for blues and country but it's surprisingly effective for P&W with a little OD and delay.
'90 American Standard Stratocaster. I've had Van Zandt Blues pickups in this for many years, now.
'99 G&L ASAT Classic Semi-hollow all stock.
'12 Fender Super Sonic 22 (amps are miked at the church)
Boss CS-3
Fulltone Fulldrive 2 (for the Tele)
TC Electronic Nova Delay
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Unread 05-26-2012, 05:20 AM   #104
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Rise up, Lord! Do not let mere humans prevail;
let the nations be judged in your presence.
Put terror in them, Lord;
let the nations know they are only humans.

Psalm 9:19-20 (CSB)

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Unread 08-13-2012, 06:46 PM   #105
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Practice Rig

Dunlop Slash Crybaby Wah
74 Reissue Phase 90
Blackstar HT Dual
Modtone Analogue Delay
TC Electronic Flashback Delay
'77 Silverface Fender Champ
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