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Discussion in 'Gear' started by bchamorro, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. Adji

    Adji Not Enough Prog

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    Yes! Nice rig man, are you enjoying the G Sharp?
     
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  2. Mouse

    Mouse Sometimes a man gets carried away

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    Absolutely! Great piece of kit. Makes everything so simple; which I need because I am no tweaker. Trying to stay away from the more extreme settings, but there are some great sounds to be had.
    I bought the midi switch for 50 euro off some guy who had three or so in a studio, so now I'm fiddling with that.
     
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  3. BlkStr88

    BlkStr88 Active Member

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    Guitars:
    Vintage Sunburst Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe (Main Guitar)
    Matte Green Ibanez GAX-70 (First Guitar)
    Black 1970s Memphis Japaneses Lawsuit Les Paul Custom w/ Unidentified Seymour Duncans (Pawn Shop Find)
    Spray painted 10 Dollar Horrible Stratocaster Copy with no electronics (Bought it too support my high school garage sale)
    Vintage Ibanez 12 String (This was my mothers and is my main song writing tool)
    Amp:
    Blackstar HT-20 Combo
    Pedals:
    (In Front of Amp)
    Dunlop Kirk Hammett Wah (I don't like Metallica, just dig the pedal)
    Z Vex Fuzz Factory
    Electro-Harmonix Micro Q Tron
    Morley Volume Plus
    Boss BF-3 Flanger
    (In Loop)
    TC Electronics Flashback Delay
    BBE Sonic Stomp

    No, I don't like Bruce Springsteen but my Mom adores him so we have a massive poster of him in the music room.
    I play in a alternative rock band in the Atlanta Georgia area (Check us out here- http://www.facebook.com/Temple38).
    I also do a good bit of "solo" stuff which is bluesy hard rock, dare I say it, much like rob! (Obviously not as good) (Check that out here- http://www.youtube.com/user/88segovia?feature=mhee)
    For those who took the time to check out either of those: (Thanks!) Until recently I did own an ESP LTD FX-360 (Traded it for the LP) so that's why its still in all the pictures and videos. Guitar Rig 001.jpg Guitar Rig 002.jpg Guitar Rig 003.jpg Guitar Rig 004.jpg Guitar Rig 005.jpg Guitar Rig 006.jpg
     
  4. Timthetheoryman123

    Timthetheoryman123 demitri martin look alike

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    since the last time ive posted my rig i got some new stuff ill post pictures and an extremely late ngd thread eventually but my new gear includes a candy apple red american special strat a butterscotch blond classic vibe tele and a fender hot rod deluxe 1*12
     
  5. Deadly RaccooN

    Deadly RaccooN Wants good Gear.

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    Hows that LP man? It looks awesome :)
     
  6. Deadly RaccooN

    Deadly RaccooN Wants good Gear.

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    So this is the current rig. :)

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    Starting with my guitar,this is a HAMER Guitars XT series Quilted Top sunburst.
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    I like quilts.And for an Indonesian Made guitar,this thing kicks major ass.It can beat up any Les Paul from Epi,Vintage or even the 600 bucks ranged Gibson Studios.Moving on:

    http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hpho...6621655_100001239339483_986506_12288852_n.jpg
    My only 3 pedals.The Redhead is my main distortion source,and I use the MMuff for dirtied stuff.
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    Just a small Blackheart Little Giant Head n Cab.So we got Guitar to pedal to tube amp =WIN :)
     
  7. Surreal_fx

    Surreal_fx If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong!

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    i cant post my pic! my comp has issues i think. but, although i cant get my pic to upload, see list below
     
  8. Aleene

    Aleene Praise The Sun!

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    today was a good a time as any to take a picture

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  9. Surreal_fx

    Surreal_fx If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong!

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    Lol @ the hello kitty strat. Nice setup tho.
     
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  10. Millennial

    Millennial Well-Known Member

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    Whats your opinion on the Japanese Jackson?
     
  11. Aleene

    Aleene Praise The Sun!

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    I really like it. Really really like it. Built solidly, survived a 10+day journey from America with no warping in the neck, can be thrown around and takes scars like a champ. Not a massive fan of the trem on it, seems a little bit weak, but I should be switching that out for an OFR soon anyway. Has a shit-ton more sustain than my S-series and the neck felt a lot better because it's very smooth (though that's not been fixed on the ibanez).
    Can't say anything about the pickups because I didn't get any with it, the only thing I could possibly fault is the trem, and even that is solid.
     
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  12. sam richardson

    sam richardson Well-Known Member

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    I never knew you had a jcm800..... oh wait ;)
     
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  13. Andrew F

    Andrew F Chicken Lickin' Tiger Time

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    Been a while

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    Note, New Polytune (bought today)


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    Rig will be different again in 24-48 hours.
     
  14. Tom 1.0

    Tom 1.0 The Female Boss

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  15. ViniciusIbaldo

    ViniciusIbaldo lissenin to dat trap shit all the time

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    dis in all sincers my favorite rig true story
     
  16. BlkStr88

    BlkStr88 Active Member

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    Killer, pretty much your standard lower mid level LP plus coil tapping. A little heavy but the tone is worth it!
     
  17. Andrew F

    Andrew F Chicken Lickin' Tiger Time

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    Thanks man.

    Still deciding if I want to get a new amp instead, played a Dual Terror and was very impressed, better than the Th30 I think. Though an FX Loop would be awesome.

    Also using theChapman Strap with the LP is so fucking heavy (in the good way)
     
  18. Deadly RaccooN

    Deadly RaccooN Wants good Gear.

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    Looking at these beauties and realising im green with envy.It feels like being stabbed to death.
     
  19. Tom 1.0

    Tom 1.0 The Female Boss

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    Thanks mate :)
     
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  20. Wire_n_Wood

    Wire_n_Wood Part-time Superhero

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    With a guitar I presume... :p
     
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