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post #61 of 92 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 12:51 PM
 
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^^ w/ all planet waves cabling!
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Guitar->Barber Tone Press->Dunlop Crybaby GCB-95->Boss NF-1->Amp
Loop: Korg AX1500g (only for delay) -> Ibanez LF-7
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I try to keep it simple:

Ibanez S670/Fender Stratocaster > Boss GT-10 > Roland 4-Channel Mixer> 100W Staner PowerAmp > Speaker
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How's that 670 for you? I love mine, but I'm thinking about changing pups.
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post #65 of 92 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 04:56 PM
 
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Rack version :
GGuitar > Korg Floor Tuner > Boss NS-2 In
...
The pedalboard either needs some serious thinning out, or one of those GigRig things...
The first person I've seen use the ns-2 correctly. Who reads instructions, right?
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How's that 670 for you? I love mine, but I'm thinking about changing pups.
I'm liking it a lot. Never had a guitar with a floating trem, so it's a blast. But yeah, pups need to be changed. Luckly, I'm finding the neck pup pretty cool, so for now it's nice. I'll probably go for a FRED/Area 61/PAF Joe or something like that in the future.
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The first person I've seen use the ns-2 correctly. Who reads instructions, right?


And the difference it makes is massive. Anyone just sticking it at the end of their chain and not using the loop is seriously missing out.
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I'm liking it a lot. Never had a guitar with a floating trem, so it's a blast. But yeah, pups need to be changed. Luckly, I'm finding the neck pup pretty cool, so for now it's nice. I'll probably go for a FRED/Area 61/PAF Joe or something like that in the future.
I like the sound of that combo! If you do go ahead with it, could you let me know how it goes? Cheers dude.
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JS1200 > DR Wireless > POD X3 > FX send > Hardwire Overdrive > Hardwire Valve > Fx Return > PA
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post #70 of 92 (permalink) Old 10-31-2009, 04:03 PM
 
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1993 Hamer Daytona with a Surh DSH+ bridge pickup and two DiMarzio YJM pickups
>Hardwire Tuner
>Budda Wah
>Ibanez AF-2 Flanger
>Homebrew Psilocybe phaser
>Homebrew THC chours
>Homebrew CPR compressor
>Analogman DOD-250 w/mojo mod
>Boss NS-2
>MXR Carbon Copy
>Yahama T-50 head modded by Mike Soldano
>into a Benz Genz George.Lynch 2X12 cabinet.
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Guitar>TS9>Keeley Compressor>Homebrew Ts9 >Mesa Dc-3 or Mesa Mk IV > Line 6 Delay in FX loop > - 4x12 Marshall Cab
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My chain has shortened significantly....

Signal Chain:
Guitar -> AxeFX -> PA
......................-> Korg DT-2000 Tuner
......................-> FRFR Monitor (Peavey)

Midi:
Behringer Midi Floorboard -> AxeFX

Will replace the Behringer with a Ground Control soonish, but was to lazy so far as it gets the job done just looks cheesy.
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I have two amps, with two seperate chains:


Guitar > Boss NS-2 (X-Pattern hookup method) > Peavey JSX Head


Guitar > Danelectro Transparent OD > ISP Decimator > Blackstar HT-5 input.
HT-5 effects loop Send > BBE Sonic Stomp > Marshall Echohead Delay > HT-5 Return.
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Guitar>dunlop WAh>tonelab LE>Marshall MG100HDFX

I know its a shame..ment the amp...
but its good for nw
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#1= guitar - CFH - Korg rack tuner - Triaxis - GMajor - mesa 2.90 - marshall 1960B

#2= guitar - Boss gt10 - computer
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