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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2006 1:21 pm 
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MESA/Boogie Dual Rectifier
Gibson Les Paul Studio
LTD Hybrid-300 w/ PRS Mark Tremonti P/up

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2006 10:52 am 
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just got a vox ac30. 8)

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:17 am 
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therecordinghouse wrote:
just got a vox ac30. 8)


Old one or new Chinese made one?

BTW, I'm forever boycotting Ampeg now.

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bassjones wrote:
therecordinghouse wrote:
just got a vox ac30. 8)


Old one or new Chinese made one?

BTW, I'm forever boycotting Ampeg now.



chinese. :? i wouldnt want anything between the orignal and the most recent chinese clone. i cant afford an original. so, i opted for the most recent clone...

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Still a killer amp. Just my personal issues with the Chinese labor practices. I'm not automatically opposed to a company saving $$ by manufacturing over seas, but they should use S. Korea or another country with at least reasonably fair labor practices. China is one of the world's greatest offenders of civil rights.

Sorry, back on topic - Great amp!

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having lived in china for a year, and traveled back on many occasions, i can assure you the labor practices are getting better... 8)

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So someone needs to update us all on his recent LOW DOWN SOUND cab. :P


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Location: the deuce
I'll get in on this.
Guitars:
-I have a Telecaster-style electric hand made in '97 by a guy named Mike Dawson, a friend of my uncle's who lives in Grabill. I would not get rid of that guitar if I had to choose between it and one of my huevos.

-Hand made steel string accoustic made in '92 by a guy named Steve Cloutier in Minnesota.

-1974 Guild MK-5 classical

-1976 Guild D-50 steel string, converted in to a lap slide...but I think I'm going to put the old nut back on it and just have it as a regular accoustic again.

Sound:
(I am a firm believer that, the more minimal you go, the more pure your sound is...and therefore better. This is just my opinion, though)

-Marshall JCM800 half-stack (circa 1986-ish). I thought about selling it for a while and buying a Fender Twin, but then changed my mind.

-I only use 2 pedals for sound: and Ibanez TS9 (for a little boost) and a Boss Delay/Reverb pedal (the exact model escapes me at the moment, and it's at our practice space right now...and I really only use it for one solo on one song). I also have a Boss TU2.

-I also have a Crate TV6212 that I use for a practice amp. It's the only Crate I have ever played that I liked, and it has served me well.

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Amp-Fender 1963 Vibroverb Reissue with 2x10"

Effects-Vintage 70's Vox Wah, Danelectro Daddy-O-Overdrive, Danecho Delay Pedal, Fender Chromatic Tuner Pedal (Can't remember the model), Vitage 70's Maestro Phaser (about the size of a tank with controls for "speed" and "Balls", owned by Gibson at the time i believe)

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- Mexican Fender Deluxe Super Strat, Epiphone Wildcat (don't ask why?), Yairi Classical, an old Alvarez steel string which needs refretted, A Jumbo Cutaway Dean acoustic electric, a newly aqcuired blueridge 12-string dreadnaught, and a couple mandolins.

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Some cool stuff here allready. I have seen a few of you guys out about town with it.

My simple, but fun rig is:

2 Eric Johnson Strats
Fulltone OCD
EVH Phaser
65Amps London 2x12 combo(18w monster!)

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Since I'm a sax nerd...most of my gear won't amount to a hill of beans to the majority of y'all.

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Alto: 1958 Selmer Mark VI (no lacquer)
Meyer 5M mp
Vandoren Java 3.5 reeds
Neotech straps (for all saxes)

Tenor: 1967 Selmer Mark VI
Otto Link 7 mp
Rico Jazz Select 2H/3S reeds or Vandoren Java 2.5

Soprano: Antigua Winds black lacquer finish (modeled after Yanagisawa pro line) BARI mp
LaVoz 4 reeds

(just sold my Bari sax :-( BUT I kept my m.p., which is a Rousseau Jazz model

C melody: Unknown Elkhart SILVER model (c. 1932)
60's Otto Link 6 (tenor mp)

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Emerson pro flute

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Vito student model Clarinet (it sucks...but I only play it on days I teach lessons...it gets the job done, no plans on ever performing with it at a bar)
Vandoren B45 mp
LaVoz 3 reeds

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KEYS:

Roland 88 key electric keyboard

M-Audio 25 key AXIOM midi keyboard (I mostly use LOGIC 7.0 and REASON 3.0 for my patches---Mac Powerbook)

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ELECTRONICS:

SDS Systems Sax mic

BOSS ME-50 Guitar Multiple Effects (used with my sax mic)

*my newest "toy" = AKAI EWI-4000s

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various aux. percussion instruments (triangle, shakers, tambourine, cowbell, etc.)

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My ear, I meen gear....
Guitars - DeArmond (Guild) M-70 and a DeArmond M-65 as back up.
Guitar amp - Just added an Epiphone triggerman 60 to the list today.. Sorry to the dude at Guitar Center that wanted it. Thanks for being cool about it.. It a good little amp..
Guitar FX - Zoom gfx1 does what I need.
Picks - Dunlap tortex .73 yellow
Strings - D'adario heavy bottom medium top.

Bass - Fender jazz bass
Bass amp - Ampeg B3 combo
Bass FX - Same as guitar use a different bank.
Strings - Hartke LT

Drums - Yamaha DTXIII, midi to Toontrack EZ drummer
Sticks - Cheap

Recording - Alesis IO/26, Acer laptop
Software - Toontrack EZ drummer, Cubase, Ampeg, Aplitube, Ozone.
Mic - Behringer B-1 large diaphragm (great sounding mic for cheap)


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Right now I gig with a Harmony Broadway. Here's someone else's:

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The fretboard was redone unprofessionally, and I need to get it leveled out. I'm still trying to find strings I like. (D'Addarrio .013 phosphor bronze were the best so far, but I might go thiner if I can find something with a nice mellow tone.) She's my baby though, and until I can afford the 3k for something I'll like more, she's my main acoustic.

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Triton extreme workstation 88 key

My favorite feature - the Valve Force distortion tube!

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