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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-21-2006, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

Has anyone used the guitargeek.com site to "geek their rig"?

Here's a few I made while I had the flu and a couple days off work. I had to create my own JSX head and a few pedals in the main rig. The 2 combos are my Fender Vibro Champ and a Crate V32 that I created for another guitar geek member. It's a time waster for sure.


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-21-2006, 03:08 PM
 
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

wow wait u created it all? thats pretty sweet man. I should make one myself!
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

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wow wait u created it all? thats pretty sweet man. I should make one myself!
I started by copying and pasting a few pedals and amps found in the geeked rigs forum threads. A few of the members there have huge libraries of geeked pedals and amps. Here's a link to one of the rig threads.

http://guitargeek.com/chat/showthrea...threadid=66198

This guy has WAY too much spare time!

http://guitargeek.com/chat/showthrea...threadid=70030
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

wow, thats cool... pitty i dont have much of a rig at the moment!!
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post #5 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-21-2006, 03:56 PM
 
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

^exactly!

I have time to do that, but I don't have a rig lol
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POD XTL and amp done by me...
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

I'm a bit busy to be spending a bucket load of time on doing my own but if somebody wants to do mine for me visit this link.

www.whocareswhatyourriglookslikeasacartoon.com



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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

im going to make one for my future rig.
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

That's pretty cool!!! How to do one?
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-22-2006, 12:03 AM
 
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

EDIT:

I decided to stop half-assing stuff, so I took the time to make my real rig with the way I actually have everything, so it took about 1 hour or so, but its about 98% correct with my actual gear,


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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-23-2006, 09:10 AM
 
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

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I'm a bit busy to be spending a bucket load of time on doing my own but if somebody wants to do mine for me visit this link.

www.whocareswhatyourriglookslikeasacartoon.com



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hey! thats not a real link.....lol!!!!!



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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

I thought these were cool, plus it gave me something else to play with in Photoshop.

This is my normal rig.


When we do shows at bigger venues; I'll take along another power amp (Peavey 50/50 or Marshall 20/20) and two more Genz Benz cabs (4 total) and put two on each side of the stage.

All of this is controlled via midi <Behringer FCB1010, not shown>.
< Langner switching is done via G-Major >

NOTE: In the Randall RM4; I use the "XTC" module as my main tone, "1086" for leads, "JTM" (modded) for cleans, and "SL+" for other misc. tones. I have all of the modules and sometimes change here and there, but those are the ones I've been using lately. The "XTC" module has a nice contrasting tone with the Langner, but if I were to gig without the dual rig setup; I'd leave out the Langner and switch to the "Ultra" or "Modern" modules as my main tone with the RM4.
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I thought these were cool, plus it gave me something else to play with in Photoshop.
Jim
That preamp looks awfully familliar
Rob.
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Jim
That preamp looks awfully familliar
Rob.
Yep...
I love it!!
Thanks again man.
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post #15 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-24-2006, 05:27 PM
 
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Re: Have You Geeked Your Guitar Rig?

My gear is not popular enough to have been geeked, and I don't have the skills and patience to do it myself...
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