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guitaristd
02-03-2008, 09:42 AM
mark knofler(sp?)

edge11
02-05-2008, 02:16 AM
Request dave mustaine.

edge11
02-05-2008, 02:21 AM
Syu - Galenryus (in Japanese) (http://youtube.com/watch?v=tun_QS0QsKA)
Syu uses his custom esp and his boss gt-8 he has a gov'ner pedal and uses marshal heads thats all i can recall, I got this info from his 100% book an old friend had.

edge11
02-05-2008, 10:28 PM
Syu - Galenryus (in Japanese) (http://youtube.com/watch?v=tun_QS0QsKA)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tun_QS0QsKA
here is his gear from said video.

muffinman123192
02-05-2008, 11:20 PM
Guys, I'm in Aspen right now and have limited computer access for long periods of time, so I'm going to have to put these requests off for awhile.

Don't worry, soon enough. ;)

ECistheBest
02-05-2008, 11:22 PM
u need to get a link to a page for the ShotRig. :haha

muffinman123192
02-05-2008, 11:36 PM
I know what that'd be...

"So anyway, I use a fender strat with a TBX TBX TBX!!!!!!!!!!"

...


"TBX!"

:p:

Kid Fisto
02-08-2008, 04:40 PM
dunno if someone's mentioned this but the John Petrucci link on the first page is broken. the correct link is http://www.johnpetrucci.com/gear.htm

Matticuss22
02-08-2008, 06:13 PM
Requesting 65Daysofstatic and Godspeed You! Black emperor

if thats possible :)

whirleygig
02-09-2008, 04:11 PM
Well I'm not sifting through 14 pages, but I noticed it says in the first post that someone requested At The Gates. Anders Bjorler's setup (for the album) is in the liner notes to Slaughter of the Soul:

"I know that Anders has been hassled for seven years about the "Slaughter of the Soul" guitar sound...This is how you do it...Are you ready...? One Boss Heavy Metal distortion pedal, one Peavey Supreme 160 amp...and here's the tricky part; Anders' home built cabinet with 2 x 10" speakers and 2 x 12" speakers...No more emails, phone calls or letters to Anders about this alright...Ha, ha...And yeah, you have to figure out the levels yourself."

Not sure how much help that is, but I thought I'd post it just in case. While I'm here, does anyone know what equipment Jon Schaffer from Iced Earth uses?

papersun87
02-09-2008, 04:16 PM
Requesting 65Daysofstatic and Godspeed You! Black emperor

if thats possible :)
Efrim Menuck of Godspeed. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efrim_Menuck) :)

Mortalitas
02-16-2008, 07:51 PM
i havent looked through all of the pages but can i request Max Cavalera, preferably his gear from his Sepultura days.

MESAexplorer
02-16-2008, 11:30 PM
Just to let you know, there is an error with the link to Johnpetrucci.com

jaco_pasto
03-02-2008, 03:28 PM
does anyone know what wah hillel slovak used?

RHCP_Nirvana_FF
03-28-2008, 05:22 AM
All of kurt cobains equipment - http://www.kurtsequipment.com/

rocknrollstar
03-28-2008, 09:45 PM
Anyone got some info on Josh Homme ? (QOTSA)

purplestain
04-06-2008, 06:01 PM
I would like to request info for any musician in "The Matches," other than Shawn Harris.

I know for a fact, by talking to his, that he uses:

A Supro guitar,
through a clean Zinky amp,
uses Tube Screamer with mid gain,
Big Muff Pi for heavys,
and Line 6 Delay.

If anyone seems to know any information about Jon Devoto or Justin San Souci of the Matches, that'd be amazing!

-thanks

Slaytanic1993
04-06-2008, 06:28 PM
Mikael Akerfeldt also used a Jackson King V (no idea the series) in Opeth's earlier days (1994-1996)

:cheers:

axe_man
04-07-2008, 12:55 PM
I sense a distinct lack of lamb of god :P here's all their current gear:

willie
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Adler

Mark
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Morton_%28musician%29

and yes i know anyone with half a brain can use wikipedia but just wanted people to put it up for people XD If the links dont work copy and paste them.

Previously both guitarists were endorsed by Framus so in their older stuff they both played framus guitars, but currently Mark has a sig Jackson and Willie an ESP and for just general amp knowledge they both use mesa boogie mark IVs for more specific stuff use the links, hope i educated some of you.

petterblo
04-07-2008, 03:53 PM
Here's some of Steve Lukathers stuff from 2006. I'm not shure wheater there has been any significant changes to his setup but i belive this is pretty close.

http://www.stevelukather.net/Article.aspx?id=39

Guitar: Musicman Luke signature

http://www.stevelukather.net/images/articles/eb2006b.jpg

Speaker cabinets:
http://www.stevelukather.net/images/articles/eb2006i.jpg

Pedal-board:

http://www.stevelukather.net/images/articles/eb2006l.jpg

Rack 1 (fx):

http://www.stevelukather.net/images/articles/eb2006m.jpg

Rack 2 (amps) + wireless reciever:

http://www.stevelukather.net/images/articles/eb2006n.jpg

papersun87
04-13-2008, 10:45 AM
http://www.modernguitars.com/archives/000818.html

Les Paul's pedalboard. And it's all Boss. :haha

muffinman123192
04-13-2008, 12:04 PM
In case you guys haven't noticed, I'm not active very much. I have very little time to update the thread, I'll try the best I can though. School and my band are taking up a lot of my time. :p:


Anyway, just keep doing what you guys are doing, I'll try to update as soon as possible.

-Ben :cheers:

papersun87
04-13-2008, 02:00 PM
:eek: What?! Your guitar playing is keeping you from visiting a guitar forum? That's heresy!

RichieKotzen
04-18-2008, 10:00 PM
Neil ZaZa and John Petrucci should be there but oh well :p

mohawkkidJohn
05-07-2008, 04:53 PM
THere is no chris broderick

_InsanitY_
05-20-2008, 07:48 AM
could i please request any gear info from black tide?

papersun87
05-28-2008, 06:51 PM
Phil Collen of Def Leppard

Okay, I wish I had one single link I could give for where all this is from, but it's the result of years and years of research (which all finally came together in about the last twenty minutes or so. :p: ) It's collected from all over teh interwebs.

Guitars:
Ibanez Destroyers
Gibson Les Paul (just one, he only plays it during the song Armageddon It)
Jackson PC-1s
Jackson PC-3
Fender Telecasters

Amps:
Marshall JMP-1
Randal RRM2-200

Effects:
TC Electronic 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay
TC Electronic D Two Digital Delay
TC Electronic 1210 Spatial Expander + Stereo Chorus/Flanger
TC Electronic G Force
Alesis MidiVerb
Marshall JFX-1 Multi FX
Dunlop Crybaby Rack Wah
MXR Phase 100

He digs his delayz.

xwearesinking
05-28-2008, 07:50 PM
circa survive?

Tomo J O
06-12-2008, 06:23 PM
Nice thread man. But I was wondering could anyone find the gear used by Robert Cray please? Thanks.

mon_the_fraser
06-13-2008, 08:07 AM
Matt Bellamy is

Manson custom electric guitars. Most of which come with Seymour Duncan pickups usually P-90's although some humbuckers. And a kent armstrong motherbucker. All guitar have a zvex fuzz factory built in and some also have a Korg Kaoss Pad installed. He used a digitech wammy pedal, and other roland effects. He uses a combination of marshall cabs with Fineline heads.

chase312
06-13-2008, 08:34 AM
Norma Jean's Scottie Henry uses a Mesa Stiletto Trident and a Triple Rectifier
http://mesaboogie.com/gallery_artist/images/ScottieHenry_NormaJean.jpg

Norma Jean's Chris Day uses a Marshall JCM900 4100 head
http://a836.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/100/l_987e40d3f3033b892498447c10f25a53.jpg

Scottie uses two of the Mesa cabs live, and Chris uses two Randall Cabs. The rest are just a visual effect, as you can see below.
http://a154.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/46/l_7e44f2f110e01cc3824ad1ab075ff501.jpg

Underoath's Timothy McTague uses a Marshall JCM900 head and an Orange 4x12 cab
http://a163.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/90/l_4ac841ae2d20bfdbce2e318026aa2de2.jpg

Underoath's James Smith uses an Orange Rockerverb 100 head and an Orange 4x12 cab
http://a393.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/114/l_c3afc1046da23312951370fcad638ac0.jpg

Oh, Sleeper's Shane Blay uses a Dual Rectifier and a Rectifier cab
http://a487.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/75/l_dde7e9b060993e0a7f8a6bf3a29ed45e.jpg

Oh, Sleeper's James Erwin uses a Dual Rectifier and a Rectifier cab
http://b9.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/01529/97/89/1529669879_l.jpg
Both:
http://a765.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/93/l_70edefd3cc724197a26118155c41ebac.jpg

Lemoninfluence
06-13-2008, 09:40 AM
Nice thread man. But I was wondering could anyone find the gear used by Robert Cray please? Thanks.
http://www.robertcray.com/gear.php

szekelymihai
06-17-2008, 08:08 AM
mark knopfler? ive browsed it a few pages bu did not find him

Gabel
06-17-2008, 08:56 AM
Here are MUCH better ones for Eric while in Cream and Bluesbreakers:
http://twtd.bluemountains.net.au/cream/instruments.htm

And Pete Townshend of The Who:
http://www.thewho.net/whotabs/equipment/guitar/equip-townshendgear-intro.html

Bloodshed
06-17-2008, 10:49 AM
circa survive?

Heres Circa Survive, its the most current I can find, though I know theres other stuff

Brendan

Melancon Pro Artist T

Barber Tone Press, Boss Tuner, Tr2 tremolo, Rv5 digital reverb, Ps3 pitchshifter, Ps5 Super Shifter, DD20 delay, Durham Electronics Mucho Busto and Sex Drive, EHX Small Clone, Ernie Ball Wah, Ibanez Tube Screamer, Line 6 Verbzilla, DL4 and Echo Park, MXR Phase 90

Bad Cat Custom 100 and Soldano Decatone with Mesa Boogie 4x12 cab




Colin

Fender American Deluxe Telecaster

Boss Tuner, ns2 noise supressor, dc3 super octave, ps3 pitch shifter, rv3 reverb/delay, ps5 super shifter, ibanez ts7 and de7, Line 6 echo park and pod xt

marshall dsl100 jcm2000 through marshall 4x12

The pedals are not in order...sorry, still trying to figure that one out

Bloodshed
06-17-2008, 11:07 AM
Also does anyone have Isis or Oceansize? Also looking for Fear Before The March Of Flames

papersun87
06-18-2008, 12:13 AM
Holy crap, I'm in your sig.
Also does anyone have Isis or Oceansize? Also looking for Fear Before The March Of Flames
Mike Vennart of Oceansize (http://acapella.harmony-central.com/forums/showpost.php?p=25843324&postcount=583)

Bloodshed
06-18-2008, 09:11 AM
Lol, yes you are!:cheers:
And thanks for the Oceansize board!

helsinki_vampir
06-18-2008, 09:22 AM
a more detailed version of the Tom Morello gear. unfortunately in spanish (I believe). but still very helpfully.

http://the-quest-of-sound.over-blog.com/article-2803799.html

papersun87
06-18-2008, 10:52 PM
Lol, yes you are!:cheers:
And thanks for the Oceansize board!
The green Chucks are essential to his sound.

Also, I tried his DD-3 setting on my DD-3 and it's pretty nifty.

Spider22
06-26-2008, 03:12 PM
Hey i have a request. Some people might not know them, but can you find Rob Arnold and Matt Devries from Chimaira's gear? Thanks so much.

Bostonrocks
06-30-2008, 01:35 PM
hey guys I don't have any links but I wrote this my self.

Boston:

Tom Scholz of Boston is well known for tinkering with his gear and making his own gear to meet his needs.

I'm gonna go but dates here on what he used so here we go........


1976-80:

He usually used Marshall plexi's with a half cocked wah (either a Vox 846 or Dunlop crybaby) or a MXR 6 band EQ (the blue one without the footswitch). This is how he recorded the first and second albums. He has also said he used a prototype of his Rockman power soak (an attinuator) for recording.

ok now we go in depth....

Tom used a Modded Echoplex (or Hyperspace pedal as he calls it) to get his "thundering" picslides. It's an Echoplex that had the regen knob hooked to a gutted wah pedal so he can control the repeats with his feet. the he has a different piece of metal that is welded under the wah that moves from side to side. that is hooked to the delay pot. So he controls the parameters with his feet and that is how he gets that picslides he does. It is possible to do this with any analog delay as long as you feel like gutting a wah and possible wrecking your delay.


His guitar back then was a 68 Goldtotp he bought for $300 off a guy that had to sell it. It was only made for about 6 months in 1968 so have fun finding one. Tom has said that he really liked the P90s that were in it but needed something that didn't have as much hum and a but more Umph so he put a DiMarzio Super distortion DP100 in the bridge of this guitar.

this guitar also has a second fret BEHIND the third fret side by side Tom says this makes it a prefect pitch for a open D chord. This Is that guitar. he also modded it with a floyd rose in the later 80s as you can see. on the head stock he also has a automatic tuning system he never marketed.

His amps. The Marshall Superlead 100w Plexi was pretty much stock other than the tubes. The one thing he said that was important was that he mic'd it with a SM57 from about 3 feet away so he caught the sound coming off the floor and not straight from the cabinets.

1980-94

In 1982 Scholz introduced the Rockman X100 headphone amp. It was a revolutionary design in that you didn't need an amp and it could be used in Stereo. He recorded most of Third stage with the X100 and some other Rockman products.

from the 70s to the 80s his guitars haven't changed much other than he bought another 68 Goldtop.

Tom got fed up with the Marshalls and how they broke down so often and he could never quite get the perfect sound from them so he invented what he wanted....The Rockman.

It started with the X100 as I said but it moved to The sustainer,EQs,echos,chorus all that stuff. He has said the the MOST important part of his tone here is the EQ's he play's the sustainer on the edge setting with both pre and post distortion EQing. to get a good tone out of rockman gear DON"T put it through your amp put it through a FULL RANGE speaker system you won't believe your ears. It's amazing.

he slightly Choruses his sound to make it a bit fatter and the echos are used in some songs.

1994-present.

During "Walk On" in 94 Tom said he had found what he wanted from day one. that is having his sound and never having to deal with them breaking down or anything. he said he finaly got the Rockman gear so close to the marshall sound that he used marshalls in a couple places on walk on and you can't tell the difference!.

For this album he used his goldtop as normal but also used a Jackson in some places.

from then one he hasn't changed much in the sounds and gear he uses. he still uses Rockman gear straight to the PA and still uses is hyperspace pedal and all of that. He had said the the 08 tour is the BEST sounding tour he has ever done.

his sound had changed in some respects as in its a lot more Bassy and not quite as Honkey. but thats all thats really changed.


here is a list of gear that he has used.............

Boston Equipment List:
3M M-79
Tom uses two of these 24-track recorders--one for the lead tracks, the other for the rhythm tracks; he dupes the masters so he can wear out the copy.
• Scotch 226 tape
Analog master tape for recording the tracks. Tom stocked up on this before it was discontinued.
• Scotch 996 tape
Analog mixdown master.
• Studer
A couple of these recorders.
• Scully 12-track
I believe he recorded the first album on this one.
• Scully 280-B mixdown
This is equipped with a useful gadget--I'm guessing a real time frequency analyzer or an oscilliscope that takes Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT's)--so Tom can set the high frequency bias tone very precisely in order to take advantage of a notch in the signal-to-noise (S/N) characteristics of Scotch 226 tape; this allows him to acheive exceptionally low-noise and vast amounts of headroom for the master mixes.
• SMPTE synchronizer
Tom tried this expensive piece of equipment to sync his big decks together, but found it had too much wow; later he resigned to syncing up by putting each deck on a side of his headphones and slowing the reels down with his hands so the sound centered in his head.
• EMT Gold Plate Reverb
• Lexicon PCM 41s and 300 Reverb
• Some ancient digital delay
• Eventide 910 Harmonizer
• Wah Wah pedal (probably a Dunlop Cry Baby)
Apparently, Tom set the wah pedal in the middle position for a narrow band-pass filter to help acheive a desirable guitar tone on the first album. Later, he designed some filters to do it more elegantly--which, I believe, were incorporated into the Rockman designs.
• Some flanger
• Kepex noise gates
• Vox Tone Bender w/ a blown 3906 PNP Bipolar Transistor (BJT)
Used for the "spaceship" launch on Third Stage.
• dbx 263X de-essers and 160 compressor/limiters
• Urei LA4 and 1176 limiters
Parametric equalizers by White, Ashley, Synergistic, and SA
• Scholz Hyperspace Pedal (modified Meastro Echoplex)
• Ultimatum
• Audiotronix board
This is the main board, with a Fadex automated mixing system added.
• Soundcraft Series 200B mixer
This is for the drum triggers that went to the Oberheim DMX (which Tom called the "Dummy X"; he sold it).
• Cizaks house monitors
• unknown monitor amps
• Electro-Voice PL20 and RE-20
Believe it or not, these are the house mikes Tom uses to record vocals.
AKG 414s w/ custom sustaining system
Mikes for the cymbals.
• EV RE-20's and Shure SM57's for the Leslie cabinet
• Gibson Les Pauls (3)
Standard with DiMarzio Super Humbuckers, one custom made for him by Gibson, and his precious 1968 Goldtop. I believe he also played a Jackson on Walk On.
• Guild G212NT acoustic guitar
• Yamaha APX9-12 acoustic guitar
• Hammond M Series organ
Used on the first three albums. I'm not sure what Leslie model he used with this.
• Hammond B-3 w/ Leslie 147 cabinet
Used on Walk On.
Yamaha CP-70 electric piano
• Yamaha CP-80 electric piano
Tom used this electric grand on the recent live version of "A Man I'll Never Be." Rather than using stock legs, Tom had a custom stand built to fit his 6'5" frame.
• Roland D-50 synth
Used on "Livin for You" and other tracks on Walk On.
• MXR stomp boxes and eq's
• Ovation electric 12-string
• An old Echoplex
• Simpson multimeter
The classic analog kind.
• An old Tektronix oscilloscope... YES!
Has screen shot capability so waveforms can be recorded for future setups of equipment ensuring the same electrical features have been achieved.
• Gibson bass w/ Fender Jazz Pickup
• Steinway grand piano
Used on "Can'tcha Say." (Actually, this is in Blue Jay Recording Studios, Carlisle, MA)
• Conn theatre organ
Used on "The Launch."
Ludwig double bass kit (w/ triggers) and Sabian cymbals
• Other various nondescript boxes, oscillators, etc ?

there you have it



here is one more

http://www.eetimes.com/news/98/1004news/scholz.html

Bostonrocks
06-30-2008, 01:37 PM
Probably the most obvious departure in the Boston sound from your run-of-the-mill heavy metal sludge is Scholz' thick, yet clear lead guitar lines, partially accomplished with the aid of a device called a doubler, designed by Scholz and a friend. "That's what we call it," explains Tom, "though doubler is kind of a misnomer. It does more than, say, an Echoplex or a tape delay that just gives you a repeat. We designed it to approximate the same sound as when you dub over a guitar part twice: it adds a pitch change to the time delay. You can build the same type of unit with commercially available devices, but I think that unless you were filthy rich, it wouldn't justify the cost. You would need a regular delay unit, a harmonizer, and an oscillator-nothing very complicated. Since we were broke at the time, and since the technology wasn't very complicated, we built our own. Because the doubler gives Scholz such a rich, heavy sound, Tom is the only one of Boston's three guitarists [the other two are Barry Goudreau on lead and rhythm and singer Bradley Delp on rhythm] to use the device onstage. "Anything more than that would get too messy," Tom explains.



To simulate the sound onstage that he gets on record, Scholz runs the guitar signal and the signal from the doubler in stereo, which duplicates, he says, "the old recording trick of using two rhythm guitars panned to the outside." The device, however, can be used in mono, and Tom describes that result as "sounding sort of flanged."



Aside from the doubler, which Tom states is used judiciously throughout the album, his other techniques are less exotic, though just as effective. "A plain old wah-wah pedal is very effective on certain things," observes the musician. "To some extent you can follow notes on the fretboard. To do it, you find two or three notes next to each other on the fretboard, and then find the position of the pedal that sustains those notes. As you play up the board, press the pedal toward the treble side to sustain the higher notes, or if you're playing bass notes, push back on the pedal to sustain them. It's a great effect, but a little difficult to control."



Tom credits the biggest part of his sound to a Marshall 100-watt Super Lead tube amp cranked full up, though he notes that the tone settings on the amp (which he changes often are critical. "A little adjustment on the head will give you different distortions," he remarks. "Even the same tone settings on two different Marshalls will give you slightly different sounds." Tom uses a preamp that he salvaged from an old hi-fi system to boost his sustain in the studio, though he thinks that most commercial preamps will achieve the same effect.



Onstage, Scholz controls his effects from a pedal board, which, along with individual on/off switches for each effect, also features the "kitchen sink"-a switch that turns everything on ("for those times when they start picking up bottles"). The guitar is first fed into a homemade preamp which has an active high-end boost, to allow Tom to get away with using all his other inline effects without overpowering noise. "Most of those devices are designed to take much larger input signals than even the most powerful guitars put out," Scholz explains. "If you kick up the signal in front by 3 or 4dB, and start boosting the highend at around 2kHz around 6dB per octave, you can get the signal-to-noise ratio down to a usable level.


"After the preamp," he continues, "I have a 6-band MXR Graphic Equalizer that runs on batteries-which in itself is noisier than hell, but sounds all right after it's preamped. I have a wah-wah pedal, but I often use the MXR to simulate the wah-wah sound. After that is a volume pedal, and then a Maestro Echoplex which I modified the hell out of to make it semi-usable."



Modifications to the Echoplex include a foot pedal to control sustain, volume, and head location (the latter by means of a homemade mechanical hookup). Though Tom modified the delay unit over five years ago, it took up until about a year ago to get the unit working to his specifications. "Part of the reason is that the raw materials are of really poor quality," says Scholz. "The electronics, the heads, hell-everything you can name on the thing is really cheesy. Even after having modified it, I still have to tune It up every other week. When I have some time, maybe before we do the next album, I'm going to throw the whole thing out and build a decent one from scratch. I don't think that will be too hard."



Another studio trick that Tom transferred to the stage allows him to get the tone he wants from his Marshalls without blowing himself or the rest of the band off the stage. "With two stacks of Marshalls full out, I don't think there's a guitar made that wouldn't go crazy." Tom believes. He has devised a resistive network that he positions between the head and the speaker bottoms to cut volume without affecting tone. "They're variable: we can tap off however much of the signal as we want," is about as much detail as the Guitarist offers.



The only other piece of modified equipment that Boston uses onstage is a fuzz box run between singer Bradley Delp's Gibson L6-S electric guitar and Ampeg V-4 bass amp head. "I think the thing is called a 'Fresh Fuzz'," says Tom. "It's a cheap little box that I traded for a six-pack a while ago. I put in a few resistors and capacitors to boost the high end and give it a shelf. You get more raunch than fuzz out of it now, which isn't bad at all!"



Scholz feels that both live and in the studio, the manner in which the group's Marshall cabinets are miked greatly alters their sound. "Marshall cabinets in particular are very directional," he notes. "You get a completely different sound quality as you move the mike around. Personally, I put the mike a few feet away from the cabinet so it picks up the reflected signal from the floor, as well as the direct signal from the speakers."

btw this is just an article it's not mine the other post is though.
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and here is a link that will help alot with the rockman gear

http://www.rockmancentral.com/RockmanCentral/Links.html

damnedone
06-30-2008, 01:50 PM
Bostonrocks, great article! Thanks

Bostonrocks
06-30-2008, 01:57 PM
no problem

311ZOSOVHJH
06-30-2008, 02:27 PM
damn that was a good read Bostonrocks and I love Boston. Thanks :cheers:

Bostonrocks
06-30-2008, 02:45 PM
Thanks! I had fun writing it

edge11
06-30-2008, 03:55 PM
requesting john 5

papersun87
06-30-2008, 05:45 PM
^ Tom Scholz has some fantastic tone. That was a great read, thanks for posting. :cheers:

100%guitarmad
07-06-2008, 04:46 AM
Brendan Benson (The Raconteurs)
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh307/edmedmoped/brendanspedals.png

papersun87
07-08-2008, 02:01 PM
Jason Wade of Lifehouse:

Guitars: various Gibson ES-335s and Les Pauls, mostly

Amp: Vox Heritage AC30

http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e113/dalejrfan308/Lifehouse%2011-16-07/Jason/100_3453.jpg

Pedals:

Boss TU-2
Zvex Fuzz Probe
Dunlop Crybaby From Hell
Ernie Ball volume pedal
Menatone King of the Britains distortion
Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man
Zvex Super Duper 2-in-1
Fulltone Supa-Trem
Electro Harmonix Small Clone
Line 6 MM4 Modulation Modeler
Boss RC-20XL Loop Station

http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e113/dalejrfan308/Lifehouse%2011-16-07/Jason/100_3455.jpg

http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e113/dalejrfan308/Lifehouse%2011-16-07/Jason/100_3456.jpg

KingJustinian25
07-08-2008, 02:10 PM
Holy **** dude one of the guys on the link for In Flames gear had this listed as his heads:
Bogner Uberschall / Framus Cobra / Madison Divinity / Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier (2 channel) / Peavey 5150 / VHT Deliverance D120H.

Rich much? He had like 10 guitars too.

papersun87
07-08-2008, 02:13 PM
That's gotta be a studio rig. I remember reading that they even used Orange Tiny Terrors on their most recent album.

aznrockerdude
07-08-2008, 02:56 PM
Dave Weiner:
http://www.daveweiner.com/images/newrigsmaller.jpg
Amps:
Carvin Legacy head
Mesa Rectifier 2x12's loaded with Celestion Vintage 30s
Mesa Stiletto
VHT Pittbull Ultralead. 120 watts. KT88 power tubes.
"This is the amp I used for every tone on Shove The Sun Aside.
You can also see / hear this amp on the Vai: Live at the Astoria DVD"

http://www.daveweiner.com/images/Dave%20Rack%20Bigb.jpg
Rack gear:
Furman Rack Rider RR-15-Plus
Xwire XR905 Wireless
TC Electronic G-Force
TC Electronic Fireworx
TC Electronic D2
(2x) Custom Audio Electronics
Bob Bradshaw 4x4s

http://www.daveweiner.com/images/pedalboardb.jpg
Pedals (from left to right, top to bottom);
Voodoo Lab - Power pedal 2
Ernie Ball Volume pedal
Fulltone - Fat Boost
Legendary Tones - Time Machine Boost
Keeley (Ibanez) - TS9
Voodoo Lab - Sparkle Drive
Keeley (Boss) - DS-1
Keeley - Compressor
Bob Bradshaw/CAE - RS-10
Boss - TU-2 Tuner
Digitech Whammy IV
Dunlop 535Q - Copper Wah
VHT Valvulator
Ernie Ball Volume pedal

http://www.daveweiner.com/images/fxspares.jpg
Spares and backups

http://www.daveweiner.com/images/newfxjune05.jpg
New FX/Gear: June 2005
(from top left to bottom right)
Framptone Amp Switcher
(4) BBE DI-1000
Direct Boxes
MXR 10-band EQ
MXR EVH Phase 90

aznrockerdude
07-08-2008, 03:02 PM
Continued:

Too many guitars so won't post pics, go to his official website lazy:

2001 Ibanez LACS 7 string
Color: Deep Ocean Blue / Green Apple Sparkle
Body: Basswood
Neck: Maple
DiMarzio Paf 7 (neck)
DiMarzio Tone Zone 7 (bridge)
Note:
This guitar was used for all the "clean" channel playing on Shove The Sun Aside.

2002 Ibanez LACS 7 string
Color: Gretsch Orange / Brushed Aluminum
Body: Swamp Ash
Neck: Maple
DiMarzio Custom pick-ups (neck and bridge)
Note:
This guitar was used for all the "dirty" channel playing (rhythm and leads) on
Shove The Sun Aside.

2003 Ibanez LACS 7-string
Color: Black / Blood Red Sparkle
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple
DiMarzio Paf7 (neck and bridge)

2000 Ibanez Prestige RG2027
Body: Mahogany
Neck: Rosewood
DiMarzio Tone Zone 7 (bridge)
DiMarzio Air Norton 7 (neck)
Special features:
Piezo system

2004 Ibanez LACS 7 string
Color: Blue Sunburst
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple
Pickups:
(2) DiMarzio Blaze Single coils.
DiMarzio Blaze humbucker

1999 Ibanez AF207BS Jazz Box

DW76:
Ibanez LACS S7
Mahogany body
DiMarzio Bluesbucker 7 pickups
ZR7 Trem
Cherry Burst Front-to-Back Fade

vamprocker
07-10-2008, 03:35 PM
does any body know where i can find kerry king or jeff haneman

Bloodshed
07-10-2008, 03:40 PM
The green Chucks are essential to his sound.

Also, I tried his DD-3 setting on my DD-3 and it's pretty nifty.

I should try some of his settings....he doesn't really use any booteek gear

KingJustinian25
07-10-2008, 05:42 PM
does any body know where i can find kerry king or jeff haneman

There's the Kerry King Modded Marshall JCM800. I'm assuming he uses that?

VanTheKraut
07-21-2008, 11:16 AM
Richard Z. Kruspe (RZK) of Rammstein?

Bloodshed
07-25-2008, 02:53 PM
Heres a few that I'm sure people have asked about


Mike Smith of Limp Bizkit

http://img158.imageshack.us/img158/32/mikeguitarpedalsetupyx7.jpg



Slipknot 2008

http://img103.imageshack.us/img103/8664/opiumofthepeoplenet018bt2.jpg

http://img178.imageshack.us/img178/1865/opiumofthepeoplenet020lo5.jpg



Mr. Vai

http://www.musicalortiz.com/Noticias/steve_G_large.jpg



Portugal. The Man.
http://i145.photobucket.com/albums/r204/jubbish/PTM-1.jpg
http://i145.photobucket.com/albums/r204/jubbish/portugaltheman.jpg
http://i145.photobucket.com/albums/r204/jubbish/l_d742896e8b3035a3016070ec11a451-1.jpg



Tom Morello in Audioslave

http://img136.imageshack.us/img136/3153/pedalboard37gy.jpg

Bloodshed
07-25-2008, 02:55 PM
Oceansize LIVE setup (God, I love this band!)

Steve Durose
http://img329.imageshack.us/img329/8468/cimg1005bf4.jpg

Mike Vennart
http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/2646/cimg1006kr3.jpg

More Oceansize

http://img55.imageshack.us/img55/5494/img24027jn.jpg

http://img55.imageshack.us/img55/5494/img24027jn.jpg

Tour Bass Player
http://img80.imageshack.us/img80/5065/cimg1009rx2.jpg

papersun87
07-26-2008, 12:39 AM
^ HCFX'd. :)

Bloodshed
07-26-2008, 01:59 PM
Hecks yes my good friend...they have it, and we don't. So I ganked it

Bloodshed
07-28-2008, 09:29 AM
Thanks to Burrrandon for posting this in a different thread!

The Devil Wears Prada gear

--------Jeremy-----------

Guitars:
Schecter White Tempest Custom
Schecter Black Tempest Custom
(both with Seymour Duncan Active pickups)

And Schecter just hooked me up with:
Vintage White Tempest Classic (Custom-designed)
with Seymour Duncan 59 (neck) and JB (bridge), with a single-coil tap on both pickups.. Very rad guitar.

Amps:
Marshall JCM800 AND
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier into Mesa Boogie 4x12 Stereo Cabinet
Both heads slave out into Rocktron Velocity 100 Power Amp into Mesa Boogie 4x12 Stereo Cabinet
(Both Cabs stacked)

Effects:
Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
Boss SD-1 Overdrive
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Morley ABY Selector
Behringer Rack Tuner
Furman Power Conditioner
Rocktron Xpression (For delays, chorus, reverbs on cleans)
Sennheiser ew172G2 Wireless System
and some other random Rocktron effects


------Chris--------

Guitars:
Schecter Red C-1 Hellraiser
Schecter Black C-1FR Hellraiser
(Both with EMG-81 and 85 pickups)

Amps:
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier into Mesa Boogie 4x12 Cabinet
Peavey 6505 into Mesa Boogie 4x12 Cabinet
(Both Cabs stacked)

Effects:
Boss TU-2 Pedal Tuner
Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
Boss DD-6 Digital Delay
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Furman Power Conditioner with Racklights
Morley ABY Selector
Sennheiser ew172G2 Wireless System

-------Andy----------

Basses:
Schecter Sunburst Diamond J
Schecter Vintage Ivory Diamond J

Amps:
Ampeg SVT-CL into two Ampeg 8x10 Cabinets

Effects:
Boss TU-2 Pedal Tuner
Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Sennheiser ew172G2 Wireless System

-------James------
Keys:
Korg MicroKORG Synthesizer
Roland Fantom-X6 (61-Key Synth/Keyboard/Sampler)
M-Audio MIDI Controller
used with Kontakt sampling software on Laptop

Amps:
Roland KC-550 180W Keyboard Amp

hotsnakes
08-08-2008, 11:52 PM
how about jim suptic (the get up kids/blackpool lights) and matt pryor (the get up kids)

holycow
10-11-2008, 04:09 AM
billie joe armstrong from green day. wat pickups does he use in his strat? wat strat does he use and wat amp?

Downfallofbodom
12-09-2008, 05:29 PM
i have a picture of the full rigg setup for one of the dudes in devildriver if ne 1 wants it posted

mcraddict81592
12-20-2008, 12:25 AM
Hey, wondering if I can get the pedals used by My Chem (please dont flame, not in the mood). cant find em anywhere.
Oh, and the guys from Rise Against.

Thanks!

soul_power
12-20-2008, 12:49 AM
Ben Gibbard-Death Cab For Cutie http://www.guitar-rigs.com/artists/g/gibbard-ben.html

Chris Walla-Death Cab For Cutie http://www.guitar-rigs.com/artists/w/walla-chris.html

bulletrocks522
12-20-2008, 01:34 AM
Decapitated gear???

Bloodshed
12-24-2008, 12:09 PM
Russian Circles anyone?

Also looking for Red Sparowes

Boogie Man
01-21-2009, 01:27 AM
does anyone have any stuff on the guys out of Bloc Party?

VisionaryTics
01-21-2009, 02:17 AM
Anyone know Steven Drozd of the Flaming Lips?

I know he uses a Fender Jazzmaster with a Pigtronix EP-1 phaser, but it looks like most of his pedals use custom casings, so it's really hard to tell.

DeltaFunk
02-03-2009, 10:53 PM
John Frusciante

http://jftab.com/htm/john-frusciante-gear-guitars.html

Much better listing then any of the other sites listed.

UnsignedRecords
02-03-2009, 10:54 PM
does anyone have any stuff on the guys out of Bloc Party?
pretty basic stuff. fender teles --- boss effects --- fender hot rod deluxes --- weber attenuators.

TMF128
02-14-2009, 10:40 PM
For the small amount of people on UG who are interested in punk, add El Hefe to the list.

http://guitargeek.com/rigview/112/

aznrockerdude
02-14-2009, 11:53 PM
Current Trivium gear:
Matt Heafy (http://www.trivium.org/bio.php?bid=6)
Corey Beaulileu (http://www.trivium.org/bio.php?bid=3) (probably Jackson guitars)

occub
02-14-2009, 11:55 PM
For the small amount of people on UG who are interested in punk, add El Hefe to the list.

http://guitargeek.com/rigview/112/

NOFX is awesome

Bright Light
02-16-2009, 02:21 AM
These ones might be stretch, but...

Brad Paisley

Steve Mason and Matt Oddmark (Jars Of Clay)

Herman Li and Sam Totman (Dragonforce)

xwearesinking
02-16-2009, 02:35 AM
Russian Circles anyone?

Also looking for Red Sparowes


Mike Sullivan (Russian Circles): Gibson Les Paul (Goldtop, double cutaway) > Akai Headrush E2, EHX Holy Grail, POG, DMM, Boss DD-2, Tr-2, Fulltone Fulldrive 2 (unsure of order) > Sunn Model T Reissue, Emperor Cabs.

Red Sparowes: A ****ing ****load of stuff. Here are some pics:

http://flickr.com/photos/peteashton/109914718/

http://narlus.zenfolio.com/p49641437...5420#h2e8b5420



From that I see: guitar - SG, EHX English Muff'n, Moog something, Boss BF-2, EHX POG, Vox Wah, Boss DD-6(DD-3 as well I think?), Boss PS-5, Boss TU-2, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Boss RV-3.. that's all I can see.


edit: btw, +1 for awesome taste in music.

RG_FANMAN
02-16-2009, 05:55 PM
Norma Jean's Scottie Henry uses a Mesa Stiletto Trident and a Triple Rectifier
http://mesaboogie.com/gallery_artist/images/ScottieHenry_NormaJean.jpg

Norma Jean's Chris Day uses a Marshall JCM900 4100 head
http://a836.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/100/l_987e40d3f3033b892498447c10f25a53.jpg

Scottie uses two of the Mesa cabs live, and Chris uses two Randall Cabs. The rest are just a visual effect, as you can see below.
http://a154.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/46/l_7e44f2f110e01cc3824ad1ab075ff501.jpg

Underoath's Timothy McTague uses a Marshall JCM900 head and an Orange 4x12 cab
http://a163.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/90/l_4ac841ae2d20bfdbce2e318026aa2de2.jpg

Underoath's James Smith uses an Orange Rockerverb 100 head and an Orange 4x12 cab
http://a393.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/114/l_c3afc1046da23312951370fcad638ac0.jpg

Oh, Sleeper's Shane Blay uses a Dual Rectifier and a Rectifier cab
http://a487.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/75/l_dde7e9b060993e0a7f8a6bf3a29ed45e.jpg

Oh, Sleeper's James Erwin uses a Dual Rectifier and a Rectifier cab
http://b9.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/01529/97/89/1529669879_l.jpg
Both:
http://a765.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/93/l_70edefd3cc724197a26118155c41ebac.jpg

Cool info on Norma Jean's gear. But quick note on UnderOath's gear: For a long time, Tim's been running an 80s single channel JCM 800, not 900, and he ABY's it with an Orange Rocker 30 head going through an Orange 2x12 for a contrast to the Marshall. Live he boosts it with an Xotic AC Booster, but in the studio both he and James boost their amps with James' vintage Ibanez TS808. In studio, James uses an old Plexi head, but live he usually uses an AD140TC Head through a 4x12 and uses either a Tele and/or a Les Paul. If he IS using a Rockerverb head, it's got to be pretty recently, since I saw them a little over a year or two ago and he was still rockin the AD.

FX-wise, Tim loves delay, and in studio he uses two EHX DMM's and one Boss Delay (i'm guessing a DD-3 or 5) for longer delays. Live he primarily uses a DL4 because it can hold presets, but I think he may be using the DMM's live too. He also runs a Digitech JamMan Looper and an EB Volume Pedal. James I'm pretty sure just goes straight into the amp.

Requesting 65Daysofstatic and Godspeed You! Black emperor

if thats possible :)

http://www.duke.edu/~drw5/gybe.htm

That's EVERYONE in GYBE's gear, guitarists, bassist, cellists, percussionists, etc.

eberg2
02-24-2009, 05:17 PM
I didnt see these in the sticky, they might be worth adding


http://www.backonstage.halmstad.net/tk/fogag.htm --- john fogerty

http://www.geocities.com/guitarplus...FogertyRig.html ---- john fogerty 2


http://guitargeek.com/rigs/img/g/gr..._jerry_1979.gif --- jerry garcia schematic

http://www.dozin.com/jers/rig.html# --- jerry garcia rig

RG_FANMAN
03-09-2009, 05:35 PM
Also does anyone have Isis or Oceansize? Also looking for Fear Before The March Of Flames

Isis's Gear

Aaron:

- Fender 72 Telecaster Deluxe
- Fender 72 Telecaster Custom
- Gibson Les Paul Standard
- Moog Ring Modulator
- Boss TU-2
- Boss PH-3
- Boss DD-6
- Boss RV-3
- VHT Pittbull Ultralead
- (2) Sunn 4x12s

Mike:

- 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom
- Boss RC20XL
- Boss GE-7
- Dunlop Tremolo
- Boss RV-3
- Boss TU-2
- Mes V-Twin Preamp
- Mackie Solid State Power Amp
- Mesa and Marshall 4x12s

Tuning: B F# B E G# B, sometimes F# F# B E G# C, and I read somewhere they used Drop A for something, but I can't be sure. Double Drop B is their main tuning though.

Second on the FBTMOF gear; i'm quite curious.

kranoscorp
03-15-2009, 09:10 PM
I did a feature on Chris Wolstenholme of MUSE. (http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=997808) It has all of his gear he used.

guitarted
04-04-2009, 02:56 PM
Does anybody know any of the gear used by Manchester Orchestra?

Jhachey22
04-04-2009, 04:29 PM
I didn't look through all the posts, but these should be helpful for Trey Anastasio's (Phish) rig:
Brid's eye view (http://www.treyanastasio.com/treysrig/)
Guitars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trey_Anastasio#Anastasio_the_guitarist)
Rig (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trey_Anastasio#Anastasio.27s_guitar_rig)
Full Rig w/Pictures and cost (http://www.strangedesign.org/rigs/index.php)

Sguit
04-04-2009, 05:10 PM
pretty basic stuff. fender teles --- boss effects --- fender hot rod deluxes --- weber attenuators.

I'm pretty sure Kele uses a line 6 DL-4 and a FM-4, and I think Russel use a Muff, don'T know about the other pedals, although I know that Kele has lots of Boss padals

Thunderpants
04-05-2009, 11:11 PM
About the Fear Before requests:

Zach (who is no longer in the band)
http://i220.photobucket.com/albums/dd72/birdturbo/2925022296_f452dfc308_b.jpg

Adam
http://i220.photobucket.com/albums/dd72/birdturbo/1347547279_77f9ec5ab7_o.jpg

hugh20
05-10-2009, 02:24 PM
please remove the 'meh' from the fightstar bit :( i love them.

muffinman123192
05-17-2009, 12:21 PM
^ It means the gear page is not that great. Not talking about the band itself.

Anyway, it's been awhile since I've posted here. I just wanted to apologize for leaving this thread in the dust, as it's been almost 2 years since its creation. Thanks to all the people who have kept it alive by posting different rigs. Hope all is well.

-Ben :cheers:

gibbfg
05-20-2009, 08:35 PM
excellent thread. I request Thin Lizzys Brian Robertson and Scott Gorham. I think they used coloursound wahs(maybe) and possibly a delay/echo of the same brand. not entirely sure. but they got some amazing tones outa their rigs.
also... maybe a band not known to you predominantly american guys Maximo Park. When i went to see them all i could see of the guitarists rig was his marshall head.. not even sure which one as it was hidden for some reason.
cheers

breakdown123
06-02-2009, 02:51 PM
Hey, wondering if I can get the pedals used by My Chem (please dont flame, not in the mood). cant find em anywhere.
Oh, and the guys from Rise Against.

Thanks!

rise against

Guitars-Gibson Les Paul CLassic (Black), Gibson Les Paul Gold top Reissue Chamber body, Gibson Les Paul Standard. They all use seymour duncan distortion pickups.

Pedals- Just a line 6 echo park delay

Amps-Marshall Jcm900 head with 5881 power tubes into a Mesa/Boogie 4x12 recto cab (with celestions.) for high and mids.
A Rivera Knucklehead k-tre reverb head into a rivera 4x12 cab. for low end

He uses a boss noise suppressor, and a channel splitter (obviously).

no credit for me on this one, just copied it out of guitar world.

breakdown123
06-09-2009, 12:04 PM
keep this thread alive!!!!!

papersun87
06-09-2009, 12:21 PM
Jack Parker of The David Crowder Band
Smaller gigs:

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/JackParker.jpg

Bigger gigs:

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/jackparker2.jpg

Mark Waldrop of The David Crowder Band
Smaller gigs:

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/MarkWaldrop.jpg

Bigger gigs:

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/markwaldrop2.jpg

**The "smaller gig" shots also include Line 6 DL4s off to the left. The amps are the Brian May AC30s with the pink grill cloth.**

Mark Hogan (electric violin and keyboards/synth) of The David Crowder Band
http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/markhogan1.jpg

**The amp is a Mesa Boogie Lonestar.**

Billy Riker of 3
http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/billyriker2.jpg

**I believe one of the one-knob pedals is a Maxon Phase Tone. Guitars are BC Rich and Michael Kelly, and the amp is a Kustom Coupe '72. Joey Eppard also uses Michael Kelly guitars and a Coupe '72 amp, but I have no idea about his pedals.**

Edit: Already posted the Lifehouse stuff. Never mind.

eberg2
06-26-2009, 05:03 PM
does anyone know what pat simmons and tom johnston were using playing live at wolf trap 2005 or 2004, their tone was one the most amazing things I've ever heard, and I tried searching, all I could find is that they were each using 2 jcm 800s which has to be off, and then a site said each ewere using 2 fender supersonics, which didn't sound right either, so

tom johnston or pat simmons gear for 04 - 05 tour

thanks

stykerwolf
07-04-2009, 03:53 PM
No Jeff Beck?

Jackie Lawless
07-07-2009, 04:55 AM
does anyone know what effects that...

a)Zakk Wylde uses on "Crazy Train" live...

and

b) kurt Cobain uses in the studio version of "Come as You Are"

papersun87
07-07-2009, 10:39 AM
Gear used to record Nevermind, courtesy of www.kurtsequipment.com:

Guitars: Fender Jaguars, Mustangs, and cheap Japanese HSS Strats

Amps: Mesa Boogie Studio .22, Fender Bassman, Vox AC30

Effects: Boss DS-1, Electro Harmonix Small Clone, Pro Co Rat, Electro Harmonix Big Muff (only on Lithium)

:five:

JayLacelle
07-14-2009, 12:32 PM
why does the link to jim adkins just lead to their wiki page? it doesn't say anything about gear.

papersun87
07-14-2009, 06:30 PM
The gear info was probably up there once and somebody took it down.

Hesh_09
07-19-2009, 01:41 PM
Muse just put this up on Twitter, it's a nice glance at Bellamy's rig:

http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitpic/photos/full/18305937.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=0ZRYP5X5F6FSMBCCSE82&Expires=1248026246&Signature=aUNAuCQqrGjABxoLVMuWqFR8nYA%3D

DeltaFunk
07-23-2009, 01:24 PM
Cage the Elephant anyone?

Gibson Les Paul Goldtop -> Orange AD30HTC
Fender Telecaster -> Vox AC30

that's about it as far as I can tell, the lead guitarist (LP/Orange) might have a couple of effects, but I'm not sure, doesn't use them much, or they're done in studio, not sure

Quidra
07-30-2009, 08:08 AM
Can anyone tell me what gear does story of the year use :)?

Many thanks.

blue_strat
07-30-2009, 05:18 PM
Jimi Hendrix (http://www.gibson.com/en-us/Lifestyle/Features/getthattoneareyouexp/) (Dave Hunter article, 2008)

John Frusciante (http://www.guitarplayer.com/article/red-hot-chili/Sep-06/23160) (talking about his gear on Stadium Arcadium)

nospacesallowed
08-06-2009, 05:30 AM
Liam 'Rory' Clewlow of Enter Shikari...please.

Aerokizzombie
08-24-2009, 06:47 PM
Cage the Elephant anyone?

Gibson Les Paul Goldtop -> Orange AD30HTC
Fender Telecaster -> Vox AC30

that's about it as far as I can tell, the lead guitarist (LP/Orange) might have a couple of effects, but I'm not sure, doesn't use them much, or they're done in studio, not sure
check their live videos, he uses alot more (alot of ping pong delay and such) and has a big ass pedal board

also I got their CD from walmart uncencored and without a sticker, cuz walmart is ****ing reterded :D

and the second guitarist also uses a strat some times and a dobro resonator for aint no rest for the wicked

progressparadox
09-23-2009, 11:05 AM
sick thread dude...found the gear for the members of august burns red, both JB and Brent.
http://www.guitaredge.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=138:style-file-august-burns-red-metalcore-for-the-masses&catid=46:style-file&Itemid=67

Kioshi
11-19-2009, 11:47 PM
I want a Black Mages sound and I have a Digitech RP155. Can anyone help?

Sorr yif I posted this in the wrong thread, you'll have to excuse the n00b.

DGEdblad
11-23-2009, 05:22 PM
how bout eddie hazel settings for maggot brain. i know some of it is studio settings, but still..

lespaulsg09
12-12-2009, 04:47 PM
So how about information on some of Manchester Orchestra's gear?

DGEdblad
03-20-2010, 01:12 AM
sloe gin (song, not whole album) by joe bonamassa. what guitar he used would be nice too.

Bostonrocks
03-20-2010, 01:17 AM
sloe gin (song, not whole album) by joe bonamassa. what guitar he used would be nice too.


It's a stock Gibson VOS 59'.

DGEdblad
03-20-2010, 01:41 AM
It's a stock Gibson VOS 59'.
just making sure, cause when i saw him live march 13th he performed on a gibson semihollow-body(don't know which type, that's why i'm asking is all.)

Bostonrocks
03-20-2010, 01:48 AM
just making sure, cause when i saw him live march 13th he performed on a gibson semihollow-body(don't know which type, that's why i'm asking is all.)


Hmm, that makes me question myself. I've seen many vids of him playing it on a Gibson 59' VOS RI Les Paul.

but now that I think about it it very well maybe be a Gibson ES335

DGEdblad
03-20-2010, 02:10 AM
Hmm, that makes me question myself. I've seen many vids of him playing it on a Gibson 59' VOS RI Les Paul.

but now that I think about it it very well maybe be a Gibson ES335

the album version is a les paul, but his live sound is what really blew me away and the guitar was very sensitive tonewise to how he struck the strings which created beautiful sounds.

papersun87
03-20-2010, 11:00 PM
John Mayer

Fender/Gibson/Deusenberg guitars, Two Rock signature/Dumble amps

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/johnmayerboard1.png
http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/johnmayerrack1.jpg

Robby McIntosh

Deusenberg/Gretsch guitars, Jackson Ampworks amps

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/robbymcintosh2.png

Tim Neufeld of Starfield

Fender Telecaster/Gibson Les Paul, Vox AC30

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/jonneufeld1.jpg

Billy Riker of 3

BC Rich guitars, Marshall JVM amp

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i204/papersun87/billyriker3.jpg

Morik
01-24-2011, 06:56 PM
JB Brubaker for whoever requested it: http://www.uberproaudio.com/who-plays-what/625-august-burns-red-jb-brubaker-guitar-rig-gear-and-equipment

How is Paul Waggoner not on this list? Here ya go!
http://www.uberproaudio.com/who-plays-what/516-between-the-buried-and-me-paul-waggoner-guitar-rig-gear-and-equipment

rhampster
08-11-2011, 10:34 AM
^^^^ ive got one thats more up to date

August Burns Red posted this up on their Facebook, i already knew a lot of the things he used but this explains EVERYTHING and the images you can see the knobs settings on the pedals and the amps, i was surprised because Im using the same rig (6505+/Mesa Cab) and my heads knobs are identical :D


Guitar World Gear Tour: August Burns Red Guitarist JB Brubaker | Guitar World (http://www.guitarworld.com/gear-tour-august-burns-red-guitarist-jb-brubaker)


"I’ve been playing Ibanez guitars for years now and I prefer the prestige series necks because of how skinny and fast they are. Great for shredding. The Peavy 6505+ and 6505 amps have been a staple to the August Burns Red sound since our first full length. We’ve always played these amps live and have used them to record all our albums. The Ibanez TS-9 and EMG pick ups are also instrumental in getting 'my tone.' We’ve been using Mesa Boogie cabs since 2007 and have used them to record guitar on all our albums."

"I recently switched to Midi controlling for all of my effects pedals. I found that with our new material I had to do too much 'tap dancing' on my pedal board to get the sounds I wanted and I needed something to that allowed me to change channels on my amp and lots of pedals at once."

"Enter the RG-16. This midi interface has made my life a lot easier. Now if I want to go from, say, my lead channel with my NS-2 and TS-9 to my clean channel with my compressor, DD7, RV5, on and my NS-2 and TS-9 off, I just have to hit one button on my Mastermind Midi Controller. It makes my life a LOT easier and makes tone changes a breeze. The setup was pretty complex and required the building of a ton of custom cables. The cable making was easy though, thanks to the custom cable making kits that Planet Waves makes. "

My rig has come a long way over the last few years. For a long time I used only an overdrive pedal, noise gate, and tuner. It’s funny how the longer I’ve played the more obsessed with gear and effects I’ve become."

Guitar:
-Ibanez RGA 121 Prestige w/Custom green paint job
-EMG 81/85 pick ups (81 bridge, 85 neck)
-In Tune Custom guitar picks (.73mm)
-D’addario 10-52 strings (Light Top/Heavy Bottom)
-Planet Waves custom cables

Amps/Cabs
-Peavey 6505+
-Peavey 6505
-Mesa Boogie cabinets

Rack Stuff:
-Monster Power Conditioner
-Sennheiser G2 Wireless System
-Gator Sliding shelf for pedals
-RJM Music RG-16 Midi Interface

Pedals:
-RJM Music Mastermind Midi Controller
-Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
-Ibanez TS-9
-Boss DD7 Digital Delay
-Boss RV5 Digital Reverb
-Boss TR-2 Tremolo pedal
-Maxon Compressor
-Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
-Boss FS-5U Tap Tempo pedal for control DD7
-Ibanez Screamin’ Demon wah pedal
-VooDoo Laps Pedal Power 2 power supply

http://www.guitarworld.com/files/imagecache/futureus_imagegallery_fullsize/gallery/JB1.jpg
http://www.guitarworld.com/files/imagecache/futureus_imagegallery_fullsize/gallery/JB2.jpg
http://www.guitarworld.com/files/imagecache/futureus_imagegallery_fullsize/gallery/JB3.jpg
http://www.guitarworld.com/files/imagecache/futureus_imagegallery_fullsize/gallery/JB4.jpg

themelodicdeathshow
08-11-2011, 01:20 PM
Fleshgod apocalypse?
Anyone know what there using?

311ZOSOVHJH
08-11-2011, 10:09 PM
Tim Mahoney of 311


http://www.uberproaudio.com/who-plays-what/371-311-tim-mahoney-guitar-gear-rig-and-equipment

http://www.premierguitar.com/Video/20090527/657/Rig_Rundown_311s_Tim_Mahoney.aspx

http://funksheet.blogspot.com/2009/07/tim-mahoney-311-gear.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC3f62gkujo



http://i545.photobucket.com/albums/hh384/buckethead_311/funnies/311%20pics/1bd15416.jpg