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BY Reg18
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Molly wrote:
Reg18 wrote:These are rubbish photos but you get the idea.


Did you see that Tele on TM? Dead-ringer for your one.


Yeah I did, he copied the same design obviously.
BY Mr Davison
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Very rare to have all my amps & cabs at home as I leave a full setup at one rehearsal room & a cabinet at another.
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My guitar room is my happy place, serious volume makes it even better. And the gats....
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The only piece of gear that isn't used live is my 5 watt Randall head.
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BY Darth Sabbathi
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Mr Davison wrote:The only piece of gear that isn't used live is my 5 watt Randall head.

Epic! So do you mean the Marshall, the Mesa, the Bogner and the Splawn all have different live applications, or do you use them all at the same time? The former is probably the sensible answer, but the latter would be utterly legendary! :mental:
BY Mr Davison
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Darth Sabbathi wrote:
Mr Davison wrote:The only piece of gear that isn't used live is my 5 watt Randall head.

Epic! So do you mean the Marshall, the Mesa, the Bogner and the Splawn all have different live applications, or do you use them all at the same time? The former is probably the sensible answer, but the latter would be utterly legendary! :mental:


Well with the George Lynch tripler pedal I used to have it was possible to hook up 3 simultaneously which sounded quite apocalyptic but quite noisy as it didn't have ground lift, phase reversal or any other good stuff a decent aby has. 3 amps roaring to the same tune tho. Although the tripler never made it to a stage it did set me on the path of using a stereo setup at gigs which I have done for the last few years now.

I quite often mix & match amp combinations from show to show but on a bigger stage the Bogner Uberschall & 2 channel triple rec are a dominant duo. Most commonly I use an aggressive voicing paired up with a heavy crunch tone & that really delivers the goods for me. Have found in the past not all amps blend that well with each other but with my current lineup they all play together very well. As the only gat in the band it's really cool to play an intro with one amp then bring in the other with the rest of the band & cutting from one to the other here & there to try & duplicate some positives of a twin guitar attack.
The JMP 2204 with the Splawn Competition is also quite epic.

I find two amps roaring simultaneously truly inspiring as a player.
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BY Olderama
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So I lined up to buy a Friedman Runt but got cold feet and glad I did
what it would have cost me just for the head I have managed to get my tube rig how I always wanted
The Friedman OD is fantastic and fills that void that a $2600 head would have
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BY Molly
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Thanks to Thomas (Marshmallow) I've a new addition today so this is pretty much everything.

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AVRI '64 Tele. PRS SC245. CS '60 Strat. R6
Jet City somethin' or other. Fender Excelsior. Two Rock Studio Pro 22. Mesa RA-100. Dr.Z 'Z-Best' ported 212.

On the look out for another Nocaster. Selling my Tele and AVRI Strat (not shown) to fund it but then I'm done! ;-) Mesa or or vintage-style Marshall 4x12 might be cool though. Confined to the garage for now but plans afoot...
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BY HackSaw
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Just to play opposites to Molly above - here is my whole digital setup!

I decided the studio desk I built, as cool as it was, was taking up way too much room. So that is off to a good home (Oleg) and I have downsized, with some additions. Picked up some sweet stands & some Focal Alphas to go on them, and after trying a Helix for a while decided to buy. So the valveless side of the room looks like this...


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(I need to find a way to tidy up the damned cables!)
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BY Molly
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HackSaw wrote:Just to play opposites to Molly above - here is my whole digital setup!

I decided the studio desk I built, as cool as it was, was taking up way too much room. So that is off to a good home (Oleg) and I have downsized, with some additions. Picked up some sweet stands & some Focal Alphas to go on them, and after trying a Helix for a while decided to buy. So the valveless side of the room looks like this...


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(I need to find a way to tidy up the damned cables!)


Dude! I've got the same wicker drawer unit in the spare room. Farmers? Besides that, the only thing I recognise in that pic is the SG. LOL. I wonder if I avoid technology because I spend all week teaching it.

Looks very Star Trek though. Impressive. :thumbup:
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BY codedog
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HackSaw wrote:Just to play opposites to Molly above - here is my whole digital setup!

I decided the studio desk I built, as cool as it was, was taking up way too much room. So that is off to a good home (Oleg) and I have downsized, with some additions. Picked up some sweet stands & some Focal Alphas to go on them, and after trying a Helix for a while decided to buy. So the valveless side of the room looks like this...


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(I need to find a way to tidy up the damned cables!)


Valveless side? What does the valveful side look like? By the way, is that a Cab Clone I spy on the set of drawers behind the SG?
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BY HackSaw
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The Valved side of the room is currently "The Messy Side", otherwise known as today's job! And yeah that is a cab clone, sitting atop what Molly rightly recognised as a Farmers wicker bedside. (Hand relic model, for extra mojo...)

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