#1
Hi everyone, I'm a little new here and today I got a couple of new pedals which finished off my rig for now. I'm running an Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ EMG 81(b) and 85(n) into a Korg DTR-1000 into a Boss NS-2 with an Ibanez TS-9 in the loop, this all goes into my Classy(Peavey) 5150 Mk1 into a Panda(Randall) XL cab with v30's. Let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions on cleaning up the rack.



#3
Why do you run the TS9 in the loop?
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#4
Quote by Kevin Saale
Why do you run the TS9 in the loop?

I find that it cuts a bit more noise that way and the sustain is a bit more natural. The TS-9 is still going into the front end of the amp tho, just by way of the NS-2.
#6


Classy Panda...


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#7
Nice gear must sound niiiice. How long must it take you to set up before and after a gig though..... you're missing valuable drinking time there comrade
#8
Quote by Free
Nice gear must sound niiiice. How long must it take you to set up before and after a gig though..... you're missing valuable drinking time there comrade

It only takes about 30 seconds to set up really, that's why everything gets racked. I only have to plug in 5 things and I'm set. Guitar--->Korg, NS-2--->5150, 5150--->Cab and power conditioner and power conditioner into the wall. Once the other half of my wireless gets here I'll be down to 4 things. And it sounds amazing!
#11
I want to see a pic of the head on the cab, reading out Classy Panda.



Nice rig my friend!
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#13
Quote by davedoom
I will join in - and laugh at the Panda!

I'd rather have a Panda to be laughed at than play a Randall and be associated with MAB.