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Unread 10-10-2006, 07:48 PM   #46
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6.5

For the acoustic, and PodXT

Epiphone Sheraton II
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe (JJ Power tubes, Groovy preamp tubes)
H20 Liquid Chorus and Echo by Visual Sound
Danelectro Daddy-O
Boss ME-50
Ibanez AE37E
Some old Fender Acoustic (First Guitar)
Squire Bass (First, and only bass.)
Fender Frontman 15B
Hmm i will give you a 7, but a strong seven

Oh by the way i play country with this rig so there is not much need for werid spaceouted effects

Guitars
Fender American Tele
Gretsch Beast Duncan '59 and JB

Effects
Fulltone Deluxe Wah
Keeley Compressor
Xotic AC-Booster
Fulltone Fulldrive
Sonic Boom Booster
Goodrich Volume Pedal
BS-2 Buffer ---------> Tuner spilt out
and in the effects loop of the amp i have the Line 6 DL-4.

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Mesa Mark IV
Vox AC-30 celestion Blues

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Unread 10-10-2006, 08:16 PM   #47
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Depending on how you use the POD XTL...anywhere between a 6-9. If the POD is just for effects...probably around a 6-7. Using the amp as a speaker system for POD models, and assuming a well made patch...8-9.
I don't really use it at all into my amp.


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6.5

For the acoustic, and PodXT

Epiphone Sheraton II
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe (JJ Power tubes, Groovy preamp tubes)
H20 Liquid Chorus and Echo by Visual Sound
Danelectro Daddy-O
Boss ME-50
Ibanez AE37E
Some old Fender Acoustic (First Guitar)
Squire Bass (First, and only bass.)
Fender Frontman 15B
I will give it an 8. It just seems like a rig I could get very comfy with easy.
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Unread 10-10-2006, 08:30 PM   #48
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Hmm i will give you a 7, but a strong seven

Oh by the way i play country with this rig so there is not much need for werid spaceouted effects

Guitars
Fender American Tele
Gretsch Beast Duncan '59 and JB

Effects
Fulltone Deluxe Wah
Keeley Compressor
Xotic AC-Booster
Fulltone Fulldrive
Sonic Boom Booster
Goodrich Volume Pedal
BS-2 Buffer ---------> Tuner spilt out
and in the effects loop of the amp i have the Line 6 DL-4.

Amps
Mesa Mark IV
Vox AC-30 celestion Blues
9.5. Very, very versatile.

Carvin MTS 3212
Modded Pacifica. (check previous post for specs)
Pod XT Live
Ibanez Acoustic (forgot this before)
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Unread 10-10-2006, 08:39 PM   #49
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9.5. Very, very versatile.

Carvin MTS 3212
Modded Pacifica. (check previous post for specs)
Pod XT Live
Ibanez Acoustic (forgot this before)
9 or so.
mine is in my sig.
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Unread 10-10-2006, 08:43 PM   #50
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9 or so.
mine is in my sig.
I give it a strong 8 pushing 9, except that is a really bad tuner cause i had one, so loss of point on the play

Guitars
Fender American Tele
Gretsch Beast Duncan '59 and JB

Effects
Fulltone Deluxe Wah
Keeley Compressor
Xotic AC-Booster
Fulltone Fulldrive
Sonic Boom Booster
Goodrich Volume Pedal
BS-2 Buffer ---------> Tuner spilt out
and in the effects loop of the amp i have the Line 6 DL-4.

Amps
Mesa Mark IV
Vox AC-30 celestion Blues
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Unread 10-10-2006, 08:50 PM   #51
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I give it a strong 8 pushing 9, except that is a really bad tuner cause i had one, so loss of point on the play

Guitars
Fender American Tele
Gretsch Beast Duncan '59 and JB

Effects
Fulltone Deluxe Wah
Keeley Compressor
Xotic AC-Booster
Fulltone Fulldrive
Sonic Boom Booster
Goodrich Volume Pedal
BS-2 Buffer ---------> Tuner spilt out
and in the effects loop of the amp i have the Line 6 DL-4.

Amps
Mesa Mark IV
Vox AC-30 celestion Blues
keep in mind that the pt100 is different the pt10. I really like my pt100. But anyway.
I'd definitely give ya 9 anyway, only because I'm not a big fan of the DL4 and especially the Vox. They are great amps I'm sure, but I've really never cared for them.
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Unread 10-10-2006, 09:02 PM   #52
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Guitars
Fender American Tele
Gretsch Beast Duncan '59 and JB

Effects
Fulltone Deluxe Wah
Keeley Compressor
Xotic AC-Booster
Fulltone Fulldrive
Sonic Boom Booster
Goodrich Volume Pedal
BS-2 Buffer ---------> Tuner spilt out
and in the effects loop of the amp i have the Line 6 DL-4.

Amps
Mesa Mark IV
Vox AC-30 celestion Blues

I'll give ya' a 9. You've got a versatile set up that can handle just about anything thrown at you. My gear includes:

Guitars
Fender American Standard Strat
Fender U.S. Lone Star Strat (fat Strat)

Effects
Boss OS-2 (Overdrive/Distortion)
Boss CH-1 (Super Chorus)
Boss DD-3 (Digital Delay)
Boss NS-2 (Noise Supressor)
Boss ME-5 (Multi Effect Unit)
Dunlop Crybaby wah

Amp
Fender Performer 1000 w/Celestion Vintage 30
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Unread 10-10-2006, 09:04 PM   #53
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keep in mind that the pt100 is different the pt10. I really like my pt100. But anyway.
I'd definitely give ya 9 anyway, only because I'm not a big fan of the DL4 and especially the Vox. They are great amps I'm sure, but I've really never cared for them.
Yeah i got that tuner, i could seriously tell by using it in my chain that it was a tone sucker, now i don't really notice with the Boss tuner, but i still keep it out of the chain anyways.

Guitars
Fender American Tele
Gretsch Beast Duncan '59 and JB

Effects
Fulltone Deluxe Wah
Keeley Compressor
Xotic AC-Booster
Fulltone Fulldrive
Sonic Boom Booster
Goodrich Volume Pedal
BS-2 Buffer ---------> Tuner spilt out
and in the effects loop of the amp i have the Line 6 DL-4.

Amps
Mesa Mark IV
Vox AC-30 celestion Blues
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Unread 10-10-2006, 09:11 PM   #54
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Yeah i got that tuner, i could seriously tell by using it in my chain that it was a tone sucker, now i don't really notice with the Boss tuner, but i still keep it out of the chain anyways.
Hmm, that's wierd. I've never noticed any tone suckage, and in fact, the pt100 is true bypass. It's true, as crazy as it seems.
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Unread 10-10-2006, 09:17 PM   #55
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Hmm, that's wierd. I've never noticed any tone suckage, and in fact, the pt100 is true bypass. It's true, as crazy as it seems.
maybe mine was just pure junk then, its possible.
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Unread 10-10-2006, 09:29 PM   #56
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Guitars
Fender American Standard Strat
Fender U.S. Lone Star Strat (fat Strat)

Effects
Boss OS-2 (Overdrive/Distortion)
Boss CH-1 (Super Chorus)
Boss DD-3 (Digital Delay)
Boss NS-2 (Noise Supressor)
Boss ME-5 (Multi Effect Unit)
Dunlop Crybaby wah

Amp
Fender Performer 1000 w/Celestion Vintage 30
I say 7 i like the guitars, but not a fan of those effects or amp. my current gear.

Guitars
Fender Mexican Tele w/ locking tuners, Duncan and Dimarzio pickups, and chrome pickguard
Oscar Schmidt OE-30 w/ planet wave tuners, Dimarzio pickups.

Amps
Mesa Boogie F-30
Ampeg Jet J12T

Effects
Tone Driver XTD
Line 6 DL-4
Steve Vai Bad Horsie II Wah
Steve Vai Little Alligator Volume

Recording
Line 6 UX-2 with added FX pack
extremely fast computer for the ux2
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Yeah i might buy a 5150 eventually, but not any time soon. As for effects, the only effect i'd buy is prolly a wah. The other ones screw up your sound IMO.
cheap effects screw up your sound. and if the sound sounds screwed up with nice effects then its probably the guitarist.
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Unread 10-11-2006, 11:00 AM   #58
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I don't see who's to rate, but here's mine...

Guitars:
1) Taylor 310 w/ BBand A2.2 system installed
2) Vintage 1970's Epiphone acoustic (a hand me down from dad)
3) 1996 Fender American Jazz Bass 5 string (for the RARE times I play bass)
4) 1998 Fender American Telecaster (1st back up)
5) 2001 Epiphone Les Paul Custom (2nd Back up)
6) 2005 Suhr Classic w/ Cherry Burst, one piece swamp ash body, maple fretboard, even 'C' extra slim neck, Suhr V60 LP pickups, blend control knob, Gotoh 1088 with Steel Block bridge, buzz feiten tuning system, and the BPSSCS.

Amps:
1) 1982 Dean Markley Signature Series 120 watt rack-mount tube head. (before you go dissing this amp, you should know that eric clapton toured with one in the 80's, they are AWESOME amps)
2) Pacific 410 cab (not the pacific drum makers, but a '70's and '80's boutique cabinet maker out of L.A.)
3) Burriss BTS-18 (18 watt class A, vox/matchless/bad cat killer, great amp...

Effects:
1) Original Crybaby
2) Keeley Compressor
3) Keeley Fuzz Head
4) Homebrew Electronics 'Power Screamer'
5) Line 6 MM4
6) Ernie Ball Volume pedal
7) Line 6 DL4
8) Boss RC-50 Loop station
9) Voodoo Labs PP2

All cables are george L's
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Unread 10-11-2006, 11:03 AM   #59
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I don't see who's to rate, but here's mine...

Guitars:
1) Taylor 310 w/ BBand A2.2 system installed
2) Vintage 1970's Epiphone acoustic (a hand me down from dad)
3) 1996 Fender American Jazz Bass 5 string (for the RARE times I play bass)
4) 1998 Fender American Telecaster (1st back up)
5) 2001 Epiphone Les Paul Custom (2nd Back up)
6) 2005 Suhr Classic w/ Cherry Burst, one piece swamp ash body, maple fretboard, even 'C' extra slim neck, Suhr V60 LP pickups, blend control knob, Gotoh 1088 with Steel Block bridge, buzz feiten tuning system, and the BPSSCS.

Amps:
1) 1982 Dean Markley Signature Series 120 watt rack-mount tube head. (before you go dissing this amp, you should know that eric clapton toured with one in the 80's, they are AWESOME amps)
2) Pacific 410 cab (not the pacific drum makers, but a '70's and '80's boutique cabinet maker out of L.A.)
3) Burriss BTS-18 (18 watt class A, vox/matchless/bad cat killer, great amp...

Effects:
1) Original Crybaby
2) Keeley Compressor
3) Keeley Fuzz Head
4) Homebrew Electronics 'Power Screamer'
5) Line 6 MM4
6) Ernie Ball Volume pedal
7) Line 6 DL4
8) Boss RC-50 Loop station
9) Voodoo Labs PP2

All cables are george L's
Without a doubt a ten, great guitar and amp. love it all. MMM suhr
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Unread 10-11-2006, 11:34 AM   #60
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Guitars:
1) Taylor 310 w/ BBand A2.2 system installed
2) Vintage 1970's Epiphone acoustic (a hand me down from dad)
3) 1996 Fender American Jazz Bass 5 string (for the RARE times I play bass)
4) 1998 Fender American Telecaster (1st back up)
5) 2001 Epiphone Les Paul Custom (2nd Back up)
6) 2005 Suhr Classic w/ Cherry Burst, one piece swamp ash body, maple fretboard, even 'C' extra slim neck, Suhr V60 LP pickups, blend control knob, Gotoh 1088 with Steel Block bridge, buzz feiten tuning system, and the BPSSCS.

Amps:
1) 1982 Dean Markley Signature Series 120 watt rack-mount tube head. (before you go dissing this amp, you should know that eric clapton toured with one in the 80's, they are AWESOME amps)
2) Pacific 410 cab (not the pacific drum makers, but a '70's and '80's boutique cabinet maker out of L.A.)
3) Burriss BTS-18 (18 watt class A, vox/matchless/bad cat killer, great amp...

Effects:
1) Original Crybaby
2) Keeley Compressor
3) Keeley Fuzz Head
4) Homebrew Electronics 'Power Screamer'
5) Line 6 MM4
6) Ernie Ball Volume pedal
7) Line 6 DL4
8) Boss RC-50 Loop station
9) Voodoo Labs PP2

All cables are george L's
That must've cost a few. Where do you play?
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