scottphs' rig.

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby cdm » Wed Jul 29, 2009 11:38 pm

scottph wrote:Oh yeah, same here....the next one is gonna be the last for a while...


really? :smt005 :smt005

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby TLITD69 » Thu Jul 30, 2009 7:48 pm

Yep. Definately. :|
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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby cdm » Fri Jul 31, 2009 12:04 am

the reasonable part in me wants me to stop aswell...
but there are certain moments where GAS and AAS just happen! :-D

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby TLITD69 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:25 pm

Agreed, but my thinking is that I'm set as far as amps are concerned. Played many after I bought my current amp, and none came even close. Same with guitars... I feel that my H Custom is the best guitar I have ever played, with my M Custom coming in a close second, and with my latest order I think I'm set, so what else is there to buy?
I'm even considering selling my Xpression for maybe a chorus- and a delay/reverb-pedal, cos that's pretty much all I use.
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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby cdm » Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:41 pm

I'm never set in terms of tone unfortunately...
dual rec for example has a nice beefy wide sound, which sounds phenomenal - but the savage in rough mode sounds amazing aswell, just completly different. let's see if my incoming amps can cool me down a little bit! :-D

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby FOT » Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:44 pm

I love the sound of different amps too, that's why I have Randall RM4s, and an RT2/50 with a channel of 6L6's and another with EL34's. Oh, lots and lots of preamp modules :D

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby cdm » Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:10 pm

hej dave have you finished this project yet?

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby FOT » Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:15 pm

Not yet mate... Waiting on the ISP Decimator noise reducer still, and working out what rack tuner I want. Korg 2000 series is it?

It works, and is relatively noise free, but winding up the gain gets some interesting moans and groans.

My funds have gone towards buying a house now, so I'll only be slowly adding to it all. At the moment though I'm pretty well right for the most part. Except nothing is MIDI switched. It's all loose eventide pedals sitting on a shelf in the rack.

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby TLITD69 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:27 pm

I get all the sounds I need out of my amp, and then some...the only other amp I would consider buying is an Einstein right now, maybe a Hagen when it's released and if it is anything like what I expect it to be.
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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby FOT » Fri Jul 31, 2009 9:33 pm

I need lots of tones, because I like different tones for different moods...

Hence why I have INFINITE tonal capabilites, and it's alllllllll valve.. mmmmmmmm valve..

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby cdm » Fri Jul 31, 2009 10:53 pm

Dave The Fot wrote:Not yet mate... Waiting on the ISP Decimator noise reducer still, and working out what rack tuner I want. Korg 2000 series is it?

It works, and is relatively noise free, but winding up the gain gets some interesting moans and groans.

My funds have gone towards buying a house now, so I'll only be slowly adding to it all. At the moment though I'm pretty well right for the most part. Except nothing is MIDI switched. It's all loose eventide pedals sitting on a shelf in the rack.


I don't know much about the Korg racktuner, but I got the korg dt-10 and I was pretty disappointed.
now I have this one http://www.turbo-tuner.com/pages/manual-st2.htm and I'm amazed! neat little fella... unfortunately no rack version!

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby FOT » Fri Jul 31, 2009 10:59 pm

I can MAKE it rack mount! hehehe

I have a Korg Pitch Black at the moment... I'm pretty happy with that...

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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby noob_pwn » Fri Aug 14, 2009 7:41 pm

Dave The Fot wrote:I can MAKE it rack mount! hehehe

I have a Korg Pitch Black at the moment... I'm pretty happy with that...


pitch black's are great little units, the other guitarist in my band has one.
Unless you have an easy way of muting your signal, ie via your rack fx processor you have one, a rack tuner isn't always the best solution because you can't mute your tone. I used to use one and it was also inconvenient to use on stage because i'd have to walk right over to my amp at the back when my board is right at the front.
either way,
fuck i can't wait to see your southpaw rig of sonic annihilation when it is completed.
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Re: scottphs' rig.

Postby TLITD69 » Fri Aug 14, 2009 9:43 pm

I can mute my signal via the push of a button on my Columbus/Herbert and it automatically activates my tuner-out on the Herbert, which is a neat feature. :)
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