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Old 05-22-2005, 17:29   #1
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Your setup?

Common kids, lets see pictures of your setup.

Yeah yeah, mine's pretty weak right now :<
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Old 05-22-2005, 18:31   #2
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Didn't we do this the other day?
Because I already have this picture on my server of mine...

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Old 05-22-2005, 19:20   #3
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Didn't we do this the other day?
Because I already have this picture on my server of mine...

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Er, I'm refering to musical setup heh.
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Old 05-22-2005, 20:37   #4
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Here ya go:

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And a closeup of the rack:
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And the instruments I just started learning a month ago:
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Old 05-22-2005, 21:15   #5
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See the 3 speakers? lol There's 2 more plus a subwoofer. Change the screen on my monitor from GlockTalk to Fruity Loops. Same thing. Heh heh.
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Old 05-23-2005, 01:31   #6
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See the 3 speakers? lol There's 2 more plus a subwoofer. Change the screen on my monitor from GlockTalk to Fruity Loops. Same thing. Heh heh.
Haha, fruity loops rocks. Unfortunately I need to learn how to really use it.
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Old 05-23-2005, 19:29   #7
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Sorry for the poor quality. Broke the digi-cam and down to web cam..
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Old 05-27-2005, 18:04   #8
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I dont have any pics of the rig. But ....
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Old 05-29-2005, 15:56   #9
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My amp and rack

I use in my rack a Furman power conditioner, a Strobe Tune by Korg,
And TC G Major effects looping in my PV head into my Fender DT4*12 Celestion speakers. A 1979 Gibson Les Paul Custom, Satch's siggy, and a custom Washburn 700VShttp://putfile.com/pic.php?pic=7/18615251391.jpg&s=x3
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Old 05-30-2005, 14:37   #10
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pearl 6-piece

no pictures of all the guitars, amps, etc right now...
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Old 06-09-2005, 15:55   #11
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grado sr-80's

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sound blaster audigy 2 24bit

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foobar2000 with 24bit kernel streaming and KX audio drivers

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sounds pretty nice!
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Old 06-25-2005, 21:39   #12
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Don't have a pic of everything, but here's a list.

Marshall half stack
Samson 120 power amp
Gainiac pre amp
Art FX processor
Samson wireless
Alesis compressor/limiter/gate
Furman power conditioner
Shure mics
Morley volume pedal
Dunlop wah pedal
Digitech midi pedal board
Ibanez S main guitar
Ibanez RG drop D guitar
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Old 06-26-2005, 04:09   #13
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Got another 2X15 a few months ago, and now the primary bass rig looks like this:

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Old 06-30-2005, 18:06   #14
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No pics, but:

Fender Jazz Bass w/ DiMarzio DP123s
Fender Precision Bass w/ Duncan Quarter Pounders and BadAss II
1969 Guild D25M

Ampeg SVP PRO Preamp
Mackie 1200i Power amp
Ampeg SVT 410 HE
Ampeg SVT 15E

It f'n spanks! Sounds clean too.

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Old 08-15-2005, 03:13   #15
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I do not play, just listen.
Here is my computer that has over 10,000 songs in it.
All of them ripped from my CD collection, not downloaded. I am old skool. ;f
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Old 08-16-2005, 21:15   #16
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sorry no pics at the moment, but my main rig consists of:

Fender Strats - a '62 reissue Vintage model and '95 American that plays and looks as good as anything out of the Custom Shop.

Peavey Classic 30 w/Celestion Classic 30 speaker/JJ Tubes.

Fender '65 Bassman head on modern Fender 4x12 cab with Celestion Greenbacks.

Pedals:
Line 6 DL4 delay modeler
The Rat
Tubescreamer (Original TS9)
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VooDoo Labs Chorus
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Old 08-29-2005, 19:52   #17
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Old 08-31-2005, 06:49   #18
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Dang armybass, I need to come hang out with you!!! Nice basses.
My bass rig is a GK400RBIII bass head, Peavey 2x15 cab (plus a couple of single 1 x15 cabs, all loaded w/Peavey BlackWidow speakers). For basses I have a few (Peaveys, Hamers, Strings & Things customs), but when we play out I mostly use some custom Peavey basses...they are the old Peavey Foundation S basses that have had EMG's installed, Quan Badass bridges installed, and hipshot D-tuners installed.
For effects, I use a Yamaha Nathan East Parametric EQ, and a DigiTech Bass Squeeze compressor...oh and I also use a Boss footpedal tuner.
That, plus Monster cable make up the rig.
I used to play Yamaha basses, but I keep going back to the old Peaveys for the tone. I was a dept. manager at a MARS music store for a year, and I never found a bass that played better or sounded better than my 'amped-up' Peaveys. So I stick with them.
My band is working pretty steady, and we play dance/rock with a touch of Guns and Roses thrown in for the heavier rockers. That bass rig works well for what we do.
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Old 09-15-2005, 21:35   #19
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Sorry no pic. Pearl MX in ferrari red; 2x24"bass drums ,14,15,16,18" toms,14"snare, Pearl Hardware,2-DW5000 pedals,Sabians; 20,18" rock crashes,14" flat hats , Zildjian 24" Z ride and a 16" med crash, Wuhan 18" china ,Roland Octapad w/ EMU proteus ,3 Alesis D4's triggered by the drums setup like DDrums ,all run through a mixer to a QSC amp to JBL 15" monitors.
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Old 09-21-2005, 13:01   #20
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I'll get a picture later BUT:

Bach Stradivarius 42B tenor trombone w/ 3G and 1-1/2 G mouthpiece.
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Old 09-25-2005, 22:02   #21
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It's late and I cant sleep, so I snaped a few pictures of what I have at home, my rack unit is set up somewhere else.

These are my three main guitars that I play live.

Taylor T5 C-1
Taylor 614ce
Fender American Telecaster (hot rod deluxe)
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Old 09-26-2005, 07:31   #22
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Yo String,

How do you like your acoustasonic Jr.? I've been looking at it, seems like a decent little cafe gig amp. How do the vocals come out on that? How does that do vs running through a board for small gigs?

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Old 09-26-2005, 20:49   #23
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Yo String,

How do you like your acoustasonic Jr.? I've been looking at it, seems like a decent little cafe gig amp. How do the vocals come out on that? How does that do vs running through a board for small gigs?

Thanks In Advance
Hobear,

I got that amp for my oldest son to use and I really have not had much time on it. Like most fender amps it sounds fairly good. The various digital sound are not quite as natural as I would like, but it does have some cool effects and a pretty good selection of various reverbs. My son used it for a school talent show, and practiced some using a shure sm57 mike through the second channel (not a great vocal mike but the only one I had at home) at it sounded fairly decent. It was fairly easy to get a good mix between his vocal and his taylor 110.

I did use it at a church retreat we had with songwriter Brad Russell. Myself and Brad used it and we ran an outline to the board from the amps XLR out line. It had a fairly good sound going to the board, but I did not like the fact that I could not shut off the internal speaker when using the XLR out line.

Overall, I think it is a fairly decent amp for the money. It is solid and well made so it should hold up to what I wanted it for.

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Old 09-27-2005, 00:21   #24
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I threw down and bought the acoustasomic jr. DSP. I like it primarily b/c cause it's (IMO) the best balance between price, features and quality. The effects are nothing really special. While a chorus effect really lends itself to acoustic guitar, you can't really shape it on the inboard effect. I'll be using my own chorus pedal. The delay and reverb settings are limited as well, but it'll do. I have my own digital delay pedal if I need to go to "11";f I really like that there's an XLR input for a mic as well as an XLR out. The internal speaker staying on is ok with me, it can function as a monitor if I'm running out to a board. I'm running a Shure Beta 58A mic through it and it sounds fine to me. My Taylor 314ce sounds great through this amp. I would've liked an overall master volume for both channels as well as for each channel, but again I think this is the best overall compromise for what I want to do with it. For cafe gigs I think this rig is hard to beat in this price range.

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