#1
Pretty much every band/artist has a big or expensive rig, you know guitars and amps... Its kinda expected in a way because you expect them to sound good and so on.
However after seeing jamie t recently i realised how unecessary this actually is, his live set up consisted of a squier strat with only four strings, a half sized acoustic bass and your standard amp. It sounded perfect though.
So is it really necessary to invest huge amounts into equipment....

Whadda ya think....
#2
It just gives you more options, so if you can afford it you should but it isn't really a requirement.
#3
I think "jamie t" probably sucks.
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#5
I think it depends on the band's sound. A friend of mine in a blues band plays guitar, and has a nice blues distortion running through a clean fender deluxe and it sounds amazing FOR BLUES music.

However, the guitarist in my band has 5-7 pedals. We're more of a progressive-rock band, so Pat used more effects than say, a blues or jazz guitarist would.
It all depends on the genre. Do you think a metal guitarist would sound great with "jamie t's" rig?

Btw, what genre of music IS Jamie T?
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#6
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8B9pDdXjig

thats one of his songs,

i wasnt really aiming at the sound but more of the equipment used. i mean how many professional live acts use that kinda equipment. but i suppose what your saying is relevant. the euipment used is relative to the sound.