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Unread 10-11-2006, 12:01 PM   #61
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Very basic rig that works for me for now.

Guitars:
1) Ibanez RG1570 MRB Prestige (MIJ 2006) with DiMarzio Air Norton/IBZ S1/DiMarzio D Sonic and locking studs mod [Pictures]
2) Ibanez GRX70 BK (2002) with IBZ V7/IBZ PSNDS/IBZ PSND2 [Picture]

Effects:
1) Korg ToneWorks AX1500G (2003) with DIY aluminium hard case [Picture][Picture of case]

Amps:
None. I'm always on headphones at home and I use the church amp.


This is as much as I can afford for now. I know some people will think multi effects sucks but I like the concept, especially for live use.
Planning to go midi controlled rack effects and all tube(seperate rack midi preamp/poweramp) setup in stages next.

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Unread 10-11-2006, 04:09 PM   #62
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Guitars:
1) Ibanez RG1570 MRB Prestige (MIJ 2006) with DiMarzio Air Norton/IBZ S1/DiMarzio D Sonic and locking studs mod [Pictures]
2) Ibanez GRX70 BK (2002) with IBZ V7/IBZ PSNDS/IBZ PSND2 [Picture]

Effects:
1) Korg ToneWorks AX1500G (2003) with DIY aluminium hard case [Picture][Picture of case]

Amps:
None. I'm always on headphones at home and I use the church amp
I respect the patience of building up a good setup slowly, and the guitars are an 8 as those prestiges can really play just about anything, not just fiddly widdly.

The rest seems to be a stopgap until you can move up, so I'll save a rating there.

I didn't get mine reviewed. I guess it was too sucky!

Again incase you missed it.

Guitars:
MIM standard telecaster (stock)
MIK 1992 strat (naturally aged parts, looks the type, hardly stays in tune!)
Turner 44ce

Amps:
Marshall MG30

Effects:
Boss TU2
Boss CS3
Jim Dunlop Crybaby
Boss ME50
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Unread 10-11-2006, 05:16 PM   #63
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That amp just kills it for me. Nice setup... just the MG... 7 on the geetars, but that amp seems more like a 4.

Ac. Guitars:
Seagull SM12
Takamine G-280
Art & Lutherie AMI Wild Cherry

Ele. Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Squier Bullet (heavily modified)
Epiphone Emperor II
Peavey Grind 5 (bass)

Amps:
Yamaha T50C (Soldano design, MIA all-tube)
Fender Champ

FX:
Line 6 PODxt Live
Morley Tremonti Power Wah
Ernie Ball VP Jr.
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Unread 10-11-2006, 05:34 PM   #64
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Good choice for guitars. What are the modifications on the Squire? Also, good choices for the FX. Thoes Morly Tremonti pedles rock!

Here's mine.
Ac. Guitars:
Copley CA-20B
Copley Ca-20 (Heavily modified)
Harmony Archtop
Rouge 12-string
4 no namebrand/unknown/crappy guitars

Ele. Guitars:
Fender Telecaster (Mex. made)
Oscar Schmidt Delta King
Johnson P-style (Bass)

Misc. Instruments:
Rouge Mandolin
Rouge Starter/Traveler Banjo
2 Ukuleles
Aria Baritone Uke (from the 40’s and has never been played till now)
Sitar
Violin
Toy accordion

Amps:
Beringer Blue Devil GX 112

FX:
99 FX from the Blue Devil
Beringer Volume pedal
Old-As-Dirt Fuzz petal (Name unknown)
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Unread 10-11-2006, 05:46 PM   #65
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Good choice for guitars. What are the modifications on the Squire? Also, good choices for the FX. Thoes Morly Tremonti pedles rock!
The Squier has a humbucker in the bridge, a splitter for the humbucker, a piezo under the bridge, a switching convention that allows for all the normal strat ones plus a few more (all 3 pickups, N/B, piezo, B/P, and M/P), scalloped upper frets, and a master tone pot.

And yeah, the switchless feature on the Morley is awesome! I never have to think about turning it on or off.

Nice rig, that's a lot of geetars. 8.
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Unread 10-11-2006, 06:54 PM   #66
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The Squier has a humbucker in the bridge, a splitter for the humbucker, a piezo under the bridge, a switching convention that allows for all the normal strat ones plus a few more (all 3 pickups, N/B, piezo, B/P, and M/P), scalloped upper frets, and a master tone pot.

And yeah, the switchless feature on the Morley is awesome! I never have to think about turning it on or off.

Nice rig, that's a lot of geetars. 8.
The strat sounds cool!
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Unread 10-11-2006, 08:04 PM   #67
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That must've cost a few. Where do you play?
I play around the greater Lexington area here in Kentucky, I need to get some new photo's up soon, since I've gotten new stuff since my last posted pics. Eventually I plan on selling the tele and the LP to pick up a few more suhrs (another classic (a strat) and a classic T (a tele)) But for right now I'm very content, as soon as the pot goes on my wah I will have the 'mellow mod' done by keeley, and that's about it.
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Unread 10-11-2006, 08:27 PM   #68
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I play around the greater Lexington area here in Kentucky, I need to get some new photo's up soon, since I've gotten new stuff since my last posted pics. Eventually I plan on selling the tele and the LP to pick up a few more suhrs (another classic (a strat) and a classic T (a tele)) But for right now I'm very content, as soon as the pot goes on my wah I will have the 'mellow mod' done by keeley, and that's about it.
Yeah i wouldn't mind a Suhr tele, but i think i will go with a Crook personally. More of a tradiational tele

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 10-11-2006, 09:15 PM   #69
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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
Beautiful, just beautiful. A very solid 8 or 9 from me. I bet you that the Fulldrive and the Keeley Comp really sound great together

Also, to everyone, glad to see that this thread has taken off. Keep posting rigs.

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Unread 10-11-2006, 09:28 PM   #70
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Beautiful, just beautiful. A very solid 8 or 9 from me. I bet you that the Fulldrive and the Keeley Comp really sound great together

Also, to everyone, glad to see that this thread has taken off. Keep posting rigs.

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I think the G&L and the Tech 21 pulls up the rest of the group and I'd give a 7.5. My rig consists of:

Gits:
50th Anniversary Fender American Deluxe Strat
Fender James Burton Tele with EMG's (American)
MIJ Fender Contemporary Strat with Fralins Blues Specials
Heritage H-157 Les Paul
G&L Legacy

Amps:
1969 Fender Bandmaster Reverb (blackfaced)
Traynor YCV40
Fender Champ DSP30

Pedals:
Digitech GN3000
Tonebone Classic
Keeley modded Blues Driver
Korg DT-10 Tuner
Dano Fish 'n Chips EQ
Dano Surf 'n Turf Compressor
Dano PB&J Delay
Oberheim Phasor
Behringer V-Amp2
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Unread 10-11-2006, 09:35 PM   #71
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Hmm i am stuck between a 8 and 9, but i will go with a nine cause i think your playing will easily make it sound like a great rig, the effects pedals are what held me back. though i hear reall good things about dano's.

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 10-11-2006, 09:39 PM   #72
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Hmm i am stuck between a 8 and 9, but i will go with a nine cause i think your playing will easily make it sound like a great rig, the effects pedals are what held me back. though i hear reall good things about dano's.

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
OK, disregard the pedals except for the Digitech (cause that's what I play exclusively anyway now - no pedal board whatever) and what do you come up with? I'd say they were the weak part of my rig - so dump 'em.
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Unread 10-11-2006, 09:42 PM   #73
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I will give it a 10, cause i like simple, though mines not sadly. Great amps and great guitars that will cover it all. and your a great player 10

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 10-11-2006, 09:50 PM   #74
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I will give it a 10, cause i like simple, though mines not sadly. Great amps and great guitars that will cover it all. and your a great player 10

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 give you a 9

my rig isn't that good.

Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Crate Xt65R
Boss DS-1

Takamine EG540C Acoustic-electric.
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Unread 10-11-2006, 09:58 PM   #75
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i give you a 9

my rig isn't that good.

Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Crate Xt65R
Boss DS-1

Takamine EG540C Acoustic-electric.
I'd give it like a 6.5 or maybe a 7.

Alvarez RD8C Acoustic Electric (w/ custom mod job )

vintage Aria Pro II Les Paul

Fender PT100 Tuner
Visual Sound J+H
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus
Boss DD-5 delay w/ external tap tempo

Fender Blues Jr.
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