Lets all drool over your stuff :)

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BY Molly
#768196
It really is. Wonder why it's not become a lifelong companion for any of us. Is it the 'perfect' problem? Do things have to be flawed before we'll fall in love with them?
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BY Single coil
#768198
Tidied up the board. Largely flat eq on the amp seems to bring out the best in different guitars... Weird how that works.
Vacuumed it too.

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... And here we are.

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The keen eyed amongst you will notice the blue lead goes from guitar to amp; I have everything running in the effects loop to great effect :shifty:

Send >> GE7 (mid boost; lead boost) >> big muff >> compressor >> tuner >> DD20Return.

I guess now I can look for a more tolerable (ya know, smaller :shh: ) amp with two channels and a loop and we're away laughing.
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BY SimonHirst
#768262
After another full on year of gigging and recording, and with just three gigs left this year of which this stuff won't be needed, I got out the electric gear to give it the usual input clean etc for the few scratchy inputs/cables. This setup has probably done more recording work than gigs this year but it still has had a huge workload, so kudos to all the brand's of pedals on this board because I have very, very few problems ever with it. And it's usually just the typical scratchy pots with dirt/dust in them.
I'm always extremely appreciative of gear that just keeps working! :thumbup:

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BY bbrunskill
#770218
Current Rig as it stands . . . Since I last posted in this thread I've been through some major revisions, mostly in playing style. Nowdays I'm using flatwounds, a thumbpick, and I'm using far less delay that ever before. No where left to hide now!

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The RV-3 splits to 2, one goes to the Sansamp for silent playing at home, one to the amp for noisy stuff. I like to set the amp/sansamp to a slightly overdriven sound, and play just like that as much as possible. The Hotcake is really only for single note lead stuff.
I have only been playing occasionally in church, but got a couple of possible musical things that might happen, so I'm pretty stoked at the idea of playing gigs again.
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BY Single coil
#770224
One assumes you like to be sure you are in fact in tune also. :wink:
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BY Slowy
#770227
Molly wrote:It really is. Wonder why it's not become a lifelong companion for any of us. Is it the 'perfect' problem? Do things have to be flawed before we'll fall in love with them?

I would have said definitely yes until my Doozy, which feels like perfection in my hands. I have never been so completely besotted with any guitar in my entire life.

Yet I have dismissed Suhrs a couple of times as, 'Utterly perfect....Boring' which is ridiculous. They are brilliant instruments.
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