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Re: Rig Rundown

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Josh from JHS' pedalboard, with Paul Gilbert!

Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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John 5 gear
its a bit dated but gives you a idea that you dont need lots of equipment just lots of teles :)

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Quite a bedroom rig!

Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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jeremyb wrote:Quite a bedroom rig!
I assumed it'd be 'out there' but all those tones were great; really usable. I think you could get exactly the same though with just one of these:
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Molly wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Quite a bedroom rig!
I assumed it'd be 'out there' but all those tones were great; really usable. I think you could get exactly the same though with just one of these:

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Not my bag but a lot of people seem to like him


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Mini Forklift Ⓥ wrote:Not my bag but a lot of people seem to like him

I've watched a bunch of his demos and live streams, seems like a cool and helpful fella. The complexity of his board thou.. :wtf: I'd defo hit the wrong shit live.
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I can’t watch the guy in the RR”s. The tight T-shirt guy who always stand too close to everyone.
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Kev77 wrote:I can’t watch the guy in the RR”s. The tight T-shirt guy who always stand too close to everyone.
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Danger Mouse wrote:
Molly wrote:
jeremyb wrote:Quite a bedroom rig!
I assumed it'd be 'out there' but all those tones were great; really usable. I think you could get exactly the same though with just one of these:

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Just goes to show eh - you could plug your guitar into a cheese grater and with the right impulse response it'll sound just fine

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Re: Rig Rundown

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sirvill wrote:
Danger Mouse wrote:
Molly wrote:
I assumed it'd be 'out there' but all those tones were great; really usable. I think you could get exactly the same though with just one of these:

;-)
Just goes to show eh - you could plug your guitar into a cheese grater and with the right impulse response it'll sound just fine
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Olderama wrote:John 5 gear
its a bit dated but gives you a idea that you dont need lots of equipment just lots of teles :)

You know, I found that really irritating, you know. Minimal pedalboard, you know, but a different guitar for each, you know, song. And backups, you know, too.

I could go no further. You know.
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Re: Rig Rundown

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This is so cool, loving the ambient and clean / heavy tones Rabea gets out of his board, incredible sounds in there!!!

Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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