#1
hey guys here post ur set up u up 4 nything practice or gigging... ill start it off with mi 'legendary' setup :P

practice

ibanex gax30
marshall guv'nor
cry baby wah
rocktronic 40 watt amp

i dont have a giggin set up

now post ur set ups u use
#2
Marshall Stack + Gibson Les Paul
Cry Baby Wah Pedal + A good Distortion Pedal

... Ok I WISH!! lol
#3
Quote by Maton+SG
Marshall Stack + Gibson Les Paul
Cry Baby Wah Pedal + A good Distortion Pedal

... Ok I WISH!! lol



marshall stack and a distortion pedal....

so whats the point of the stack

07 Fender American Deluxe Strat
07 Fender Custom Telecaster
09 Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster
09 Fulltone OCD V.4
10 Ibanez WH-10 V.2
09 Splawn SuperStock
10 Jet City JCA-20
97 Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#4
PRS sc 250 + Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Head w/ Mesa Stack

Digitech Hardwire TL-2 + Digitech Hardwire DL-8
#5
Rehearsal: Jackson RR3 into Marshall AVT150 halfstack
Live/Home: Jackson RR3 into Peavey 6505+ halfstack, ISP Decimator and Belcat Delay
ohai little sig.
#6
Practise;
Epiphone Les Paul with Seymour Duncan Alnico Pro II's
->
Roland Microcube

Main rig;
Epiphone Les Paul with Seymour Duncan Alnico Pro II's
->
Slash Wah
->
Marshall JCM 800 4104 2x12 50w combo. (With attenuator!)

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#7
Bedroom practice: Whichever guitar i feel like playing, into a fender champ, mostly.
Band Practice: Line 6 Variax (to find out which guitar tones suit which songs best) -> Boss DS-2 -> Rocktronic Tube 30
Gig: Whichever guitars i feel like using/suit the songs in the setlist best -> Full Pedalboard -> Laney VC30. Although if it's just a short set i'm doing, often i just use my practice setup, with whichever guitar i bring along, or if they already have amps provided, i borrow the amps provided
Rig Winter 2017:

Fender Jazzmaster/Yamaha SG1000
Boss TU-3, DS-2, CS-3, EHX small stone, Danelectro delay
Laney VC30-112 with G12H30 speaker, or Session Rockette 30 for smaller gigs
Elixir Nanoweb 11-49 strings, Dunlop Jazz III XL picks
Shure SM57 mic in front of the amp
#10
Guitar: Depends on tuning i need

Ibanez SZ320 for D and Drop C
My old modded Epiphone SG for Standard
and -hopefully next year- a gibson Les Paul for halfstep down.
and a Johnson Acoustic for acoustic stuff.

19" Rack FX and Stuff:

T.C. Electronics G-Sharp
T.C. Electronics G-Major (hopefully next year too)
Korg DTR-1000 Rack Tuner
Rocktron Hush Super C Noisegate

Amp:

Laney GH50L through an Line 6 MKII Box (Hope to get next year some V30s which i can put in)

Thats it i think. I use it at home, practise and while playing life.
Gear:
Ibanez SZ320 -> Höfner Analouge Delay -> MXR GT-OD -> Laney GH50L -> T.C.Electronics GMajor -> Line6 4x12 w/ Celestion G12T-75


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#11
Rehersal/live.
Fender MIM strat
Lag Arkane 2000fm
Marshall JCM2000 Tsl w 1960/Mesa flat down cab.
Morley Wah, EHX Knockout, Turbo Rat, Rocktron Big Crush, Dano Phaser, Boss SD1, Boss dd7.
In rehersal use a rackmount reverb aswell.
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#12
Currently:
Epiphone LP Special II through nothing, because the amp used to sound so bad my ears bled when it worked, and now it's just broken.

Future:
Fender/Jackson/Ibanez/Schecter of some sort through a Bugera 6262/333XL
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I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#13
sig.
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Way to show everybody up jackass.

Guitar: _______________ Amp:
_ Ibanez SZ320 _________Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

V-Picks!
#14
Room practice
Schecter c-1+>roland micro cube

Main rig
Schecter c-1+>TS-9>crybaby wah>crate palomino V16
#15
For gigs: ESP LTD EC1000 into EFX pedal board into Randall RM100 head w/ Clean, SL+ and XTC modules into avatar speaker cab with Vintage 30s in it.

For bedroom: everything noted above but replace the RM100 and cab with a Randall RM50S combo.
#16
Rehearsal and gig:

5150+Diezel Vh4
Isp decimator prorack
korg dtr-2000
DMM, Holy Grail and MXR 80's stereo flanger

into

Charvel model 6
Jackson SLSMG
Tokai Love Rock

Basically what I have now

The combination depends what I'm playing.
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#17
Home practice -

My washburn x50pro going into an old Zoom 707II pedal with some ear phones (so i can plug music in straight from my computer/mp3

Band practice and giging - Washburn, ibanez RG350DX and sometimes epiphone Les Paul classic through pedal board then Mesa F100 head thru a marshall 1960 4x12 cab. Just completely retubed the mesa with some JJ's, sounds niiiiice
#18
My gig rig is the same as my practice rig.
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#19
marshall stack and a distortion pedal....

so whats the point of the stack


the point is I can have a very low distortion and use the pedal for a big boost of distortion come on have some imagination!!
#20
I dont see you asking kirk hammett why he has a stack and pedals...
#22
bedroom rig:
scheter 006 deluxe >
roland cube 20x.

actually a pretty awesome combo
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#23
Recording/Studio

Rockman Sustainer
Rockman Distortion Generator
Rockman Chorus/Delay
MXR dual 15 band EQ
Keyboard amp
Dillion LP
Fender MIM strat

Live:
Laney Protube Lead AOR 50w Combo
Dillion LP
Fender MIM strat
Boss SD-1
Boss GE-7
Digitech/DOD PDS1002 Delay
TC electronics chorus (soon)
Vox 847 (soon)
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#24
my rig is basically in my sig.

when i'm at home messing around, i usually don't bother with the pedals.
#25
I used the same setup for practice as for gigging; how are you to learn to use it properly otherwise? Anyway, currently (in unfinished form)...

Guitar (LP/Tele Deluxe)

Morley Bad Horsie > Korg Pitchblack > Marshall Jackhammer > Keeley DS1 Ultra > Boss CS3 > MXR 10-band EQ > Biyang CH8 > Biyang AD8

Laney VC30
#26
Quote by Maton+SG
the point is I can have a very low distortion and use the pedal for a big boost of distortion come on have some imagination!!

this is immediately what i thought when i read your post, i've been at a gig where one of the guitarists used a stock Boss DS-1 (along with a whole pedalboard of mostly boss stuffs) to boost a Matchless DC30, and it sounded amazing. proves theres nothing wrong with using a distortion pedal as a boost.

UG's attitude towards distortion pedals really needs to change. I think of distortion pedals as "overdrive pedals with an edge" and use them to interact with a tube amp in the same way i'd use an overdrive. the hard clipping adds a hard edge to my overdrive tone whilst keeping the guitar's tonal qualities intact unlike a fuzzbox which completely squares off everything and makes you sound like super mario bros (in a good way, i might add - i love fuzz!)

I guess this is relevant to the thread because i actually like to use distortion pedals to boost a tube amp more than i like to use overdrives and it is a rig discussion. overdrive pedal into tube overdrive kind of rounds off the sound a bit too much for my liking.
Rig Winter 2017:

Fender Jazzmaster/Yamaha SG1000
Boss TU-3, DS-2, CS-3, EHX small stone, Danelectro delay
Laney VC30-112 with G12H30 speaker, or Session Rockette 30 for smaller gigs
Elixir Nanoweb 11-49 strings, Dunlop Jazz III XL picks
Shure SM57 mic in front of the amp
#27
Quote by Blompcube
.. I think of distortion pedals as "overdrive pedals with an edge" and use them to interact with a tube amp in the same way i'd use an overdrive.
Yup. I use my OD for my main crunch/gain sound, and my Distortion for my boost. Ass-backwards but works really well.
#29
Quote by Maton+SG
I dont see you asking kirk hammett why he has a stack and pedals...


Although i agree with using distortion pedals with tube amps, i do it myself, when you see an arsenal of pedals with artists such as Kirk Hammett, maybe only one or two are overdrive/distortion pedals, they get their gain from various high-end tube amps and preamps, and probably have a whole different amp for 'boost'.
#30
Guitar:
Schecter Tempest Extreme with Dimarzio HFH/Super D pickups
Charvel Charvette with SC-sized humbucker in middle position and P-90 in bridge

Effects:
Modded Russian Big Muff
Ibanez Weeping Demon
Digitech Whammy II
Ibanez CF-7

Amp:
Soon to be upgraded to...whatever. I'm currently unsure what to upgrade my Cube 20 to so I won't stress for a while.
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#31
this is immediately what i thought when i read your post, i've been at a gig where one of the guitarists used a stock Boss DS-1 (along with a whole pedalboard of mostly boss stuffs) to boost a Matchless DC30, and it sounded amazing. proves theres nothing wrong with using a distortion pedal as a boost.

UG's attitude towards distortion pedals really needs to change. I think of distortion pedals as "overdrive pedals with an edge" and use them to interact with a tube amp in the same way i'd use an overdrive. the hard clipping adds a hard edge to my overdrive tone whilst keeping the guitar's tonal qualities intact unlike a fuzzbox which completely squares off everything and makes you sound like super mario bros (in a good way, i might add - i love fuzz!)

I guess this is relevant to the thread because i actually like to use distortion pedals to boost a tube amp more than i like to use overdrives and it is a rig discussion. overdrive pedal into tube overdrive kind of rounds off the sound a bit too much for my liking.
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THANK YOU !! WOO Someone Finally Gets me thanks (:


Although i agree with using distortion pedals with tube amps, i do it myself, when you see an arsenal of pedals with artists such as Kirk Hammett, maybe only one or two are overdrive/distortion pedals, they get their gain from various high-end tube amps and preamps, and probably have a whole different amp for 'boost'.


I know that only one or two would be distortion but his still using a distortion pedal with a stack, that was my point but thanks for the info (: