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Posted: Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:03 pm
by lbanks
Home/backup rig...

Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2006 8:35 pm
by AndrewTeepleBassist
So someone needs to update us all on his recent LOW DOWN SOUND cab. :P

Posted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 12:36 pm
by big ben parliament
I'll get in on this.
-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.

(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.

Posted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:25 pm
by AcousticPimp
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)

- 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.

Posted: Sun Jan 07, 2007 6:56 pm
by dofus hipster
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!)

Posted: Sat Mar 10, 2007 5:38 am
by Ca$hdollar
Since I'm a sax nerd...most of my gear won't amount to a hill of beans to the majority of y'all.



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)


Emerson pro flute


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


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)



SDS Systems Sax mic

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

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


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

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:06 pm
by boxofrocks
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)

Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 2:10 am
by Bjart Sod
Right now I gig with a Harmony Broadway. Here's someone else's:


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.

Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2007 7:21 pm
by canteenboy411
Triton extreme workstation 88 key

My favorite feature - the Valve Force distortion tube!


Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2007 8:33 pm
by Al Quandt
canteenboy411 wrote:Triton extreme workstation 88 key

My favorite feature - the Valve Force distortion tube!


That is a beautiful board.

Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2007 11:50 pm
by Renegadesoulx
Valve King Half Stack
Ibanez RG 320 and Ibanez RG 350DX
with Dimebucker and Duncan 59' pick ups
Schecter Diamond Series Quilt top 7 string
Boss G-T 8 effects processor
Pearl Export Series Drum Set
Sabian AA Ride, Paragon China, AAXplosion Crash, AA 16" 18" Crash, Z-beat Hi Hats
Stealth Plug
Amplitube 2.0
13" Mac Book Pro
M-Audio Trigger Finger
EZ Drummer Drum Kit From Hell
Korg Micro Korg

Eventaully a Roland TD-6s electric kit

Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 4:02 am
by employee
I don't have a lot, just the basics to make music.

Guitar - Ibanez LP copy w/ LP PU's
Bass - Old Ibanez SG w/ active PU's
Drums - Yamaha DTX III
Mics - Behringer large diaphragm condenser
Mics - Pair of Behringer small diaphragm condensers
Amps - Old Ampeg B-3
Amps - For guitar I use 2 Celestion 12" cabs and an old power amp
FX - Line 6 pod 2.0
FX - Line 6 bass pod
FX - Behringer midi foot controller
Recording gear - Acer 5100 craptop
Recording gear - M-audio fast track pro
Software - Ableton live 6 (for all music tracks)
Software - Cubase (for vocals only)
Software - Toontrack EZ Drummer (triggered via Yamaha DTX)
Software - Melodyne plug in
M-audio monitors and Yamaha headphones

That's about it, small cheap basic home studio and live setup on a budget... I use this set up for live loud rehearsals and recording sessions, could even plug it all into the house PA and do whole live shows with it if needed.

Posted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:32 pm
by The Guitar
The Rack;
-Peavey Rockmaster tube preamp
-DOD R-184 equalizer
-A.R.T. SGE Mach II effects unit
-Alesis 3630(bypassed live, on for recording)
-A.R.T. series 401 power conditioner
-Tube Works Mos Valve power amp
-Behringer FCB1010 midi pedal that'll control the whole shebang once i get the hang of it! :P

-'84 Crate G-212(use the fx loop for the Rack)
-Peavey Audition 20(for the DOD pedals)
-Behringer 4x12 cab(the band's)

-Epiphone '58 korina explorer reissue(stock)
-Lotus strat copy(RG-470 neck, shaved 2 frets, ZW EMG pups)
-Squier Stratocaster(licensed floyd, emg hz h4, hot rail)
-Peavey Raptor(Crow strat copy, black guard, duncan Shark in the bridge)
-Alvarez Regent classical(mmmm nylon! early-mid 80's?)
-Fender 12 string(mmmm 12 string!)

Other gear;
-DOD Tec 4x processor pedal
-DOD FX7 processor pedal
-Phonic analog 12 channel mix board
-Sennheiser E-609 Silver

Posted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 5:11 pm
by Big John
-PS3-Rockband Game-Mic, Drums, Guitar
-Roland Fantom X6

Posted: Thu Mar 13, 2008 10:57 pm
Schecter Elite-5
Ampeg BA115