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Link Posted: 11/25/2013 8:17:04 AM EST
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Guitars: Jackson USA KV2 King V, Jackson USA SL1 Soloist, MIJ Jackson DK2 Eerie Dess Swirl, MIJ Jackson DK2S Dinky Sustainiac, Jackson JS Series King V, Jackson Dinky Performer, Gibson Explorer, Epiphone Les Paul Custom (made in Korea), Ibanez RG-320, Ibanez VBT-700, MIM Fender Telecaster, Samick Showmaster style electric, Samick 12 sting acoustic, Samick 6 string acoustic/electric.

Amps/Cabs: Marshall JVM 410H, Mesa/Boogie 3 channel Triple Rectifier, Fender Blues Jr, Peavey VTM-120, Peavey Vypyr 15, Avatar Traditional 4x12 w/Eminence Swamp Thangs & Texas Heats (X pattern), Carvin 4x12 w/Eminence built Carvin BR-80s, Homebuilt 1x15 w/some Yamaha PA speaker somebody gave me.

Stuff I used to have: Peavey 5150 Combo, Marshall JCM 2000 TSL, 1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard, Ibanez Paul Gilbert model (the one with the weird shaped strat body), '89 Charvel DR-3, and various stompboxes/multi-effects units.
fnh
Link Posted: 11/25/2013 7:21:07 PM EST
[#2]
I got a couple more amps and 4 other guitars, but these are my favorites



Link Posted: 12/2/2013 9:19:03 PM EST
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Esp m-201 with EMG 81/85 and a Dean Flying V with EMG 81/60. Marshall HDGFX100 and 4X12 cab. Sounds pretty good. Just wish I had some real  playing skills.
Link Posted: 12/3/2013 7:58:22 AM EST
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Originally Posted By DrRemulak:
Esp m-201 with EMG 81/85 and a Dean Flying V with EMG 81/60. Marshall HDGFX100 and 4X12 cab. Sounds pretty good. Just wish I had some real  playing skills.
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Keep at it, you will.
Link Posted: 12/4/2013 12:02:09 PM EST
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I have been exclusively playing my Ibanez 7-string for quite awhile, I swapped the strings out for the top seven on an eight string. That give me a full octave below the standard guitar E.  
I also have a 1945 GIbson J-45, Gibson es-333, fender strat, blah blah blah all the typical shit.
Link Posted: 12/5/2013 9:14:36 AM EST
[#6]
Ibanez RG Series
Peavey Vypyr 30
Digitech GNX-3

And I play around on the computer with Line 6 POD Farm, AmpKit, and Garage Band.
Link Posted: 12/5/2013 11:52:24 AM EST
[#7]
Guitars
- Jackson RR24M w/ EMG ALX w/ ABQ - this one plays the best by far
- LTD Alexi 600
- Ibanez Xiphos
- Ibanez RG3EX1FM

Amp
- Blackstar HT20 Head w/ 2x12 Cab loaded w/ V30's

Pedals
- OCD
- Tube Screamer
- MXR 10 band EQ

Still want to get a Japanese made Ibanez Prestige. Very happy with everything else I have and use.

Link Posted: 12/6/2013 11:33:17 AM EST
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Basses



'76 Franken-Jazz with fretless Precision neck

'78 Rick 4001

'95 EBMM Stingray

'91 Carvin LB75

'13 Warwick Thumb NT 4



Amps



'70s Ampeg V4B thru Ampeg 4x12 cab (Rarely moved because it weighs a ton)

6 spc SKB rack w/ Furman PL-8, dbx 166xs compressor(usually bypassed), Demeter VTBP201S preamp, Crown XLS1500 power amp thru SWR BigFoot 2x12 and/or Carvin 2x10 (Usually just bring the rack and the 2x12. Sometimes nothing but the rack)



Link Posted: 12/6/2013 1:10:02 PM EST
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Originally Posted By IntruderBware:
Basses

'76 Franken-Jazz with fretless Precision neck
'78 Rick 4001
'95 EBMM Stingray
'91 Carvin LB75
'13 Warwick Thumb NT 4

Amps

'70s Ampeg V4B thru Ampeg 4x12 cab (Rarely moved because it weighs a ton)
6 spc SKB rack w/ Furman PL-8, dbx 166xs compressor(usually bypassed), Demeter VTBP201S preamp, Crown XLS1500 power amp thru SWR BigFoot 2x12 and/or Carvin 2x10 (Usually just bring the rack and the 2x12. Sometimes nothing but the rack)

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I have a '71 Jazz body with a Fretless Precision neck.  Love that bass.
Link Posted: 12/6/2013 7:34:56 PM EST
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I have a '71 Jazz body with a Fretless Precision neck.  Love that bass.

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Originally Posted By IntruderBware:

Basses



'76 Franken-Jazz with fretless Precision neck

'78 Rick 4001

'95 EBMM Stingray

'91 Carvin LB75

'13 Warwick Thumb NT 4



Amps



'70s Ampeg V4B thru Ampeg 4x12 cab (Rarely moved because it weighs a ton)

6 spc SKB rack w/ Furman PL-8, dbx 166xs compressor(usually bypassed), Demeter VTBP201S preamp, Crown XLS1500 power amp thru SWR BigFoot 2x12 and/or Carvin 2x10 (Usually just bring the rack and the 2x12. Sometimes nothing but the rack)









I have a '71 Jazz body with a Fretless Precision neck.  Love that bass.

You have exceptional taste. ;)



There's something magical about that combo. Mine is a real freak but I'd never part with it.  

 
Link Posted: 12/6/2013 8:52:12 PM EST
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You have exceptional taste. ;)

There's something magical about that combo. Mine is a real freak but I'd never part with it.    
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Originally Posted By IntruderBware:
Basses

'76 Franken-Jazz with fretless Precision neck
'78 Rick 4001
'95 EBMM Stingray
'91 Carvin LB75
'13 Warwick Thumb NT 4

Amps

'70s Ampeg V4B thru Ampeg 4x12 cab (Rarely moved because it weighs a ton)
6 spc SKB rack w/ Furman PL-8, dbx 166xs compressor(usually bypassed), Demeter VTBP201S preamp, Crown XLS1500 power amp thru SWR BigFoot 2x12 and/or Carvin 2x10 (Usually just bring the rack and the 2x12. Sometimes nothing but the rack)




I have a '71 Jazz body with a Fretless Precision neck.  Love that bass.
You have exceptional taste. ;)

There's something magical about that combo. Mine is a real freak but I'd never part with it.    


No... Just a touch of luck.
Was helping an ex-girlfriends older brother move out of mom/dads house... He was a late bloomer, moved out of the folks basement around 35 y/o.  He was/is a fairly accomplished musician... Megadeth recorded at least one album at his studio.  Dave Mustane has done several solo jazz albums at his studio.
Underneath the basement steps I found the body and neck in a milk crate of various guitar parts... I was instructed that the entire bin was trash and it was given to me for free.
Also found several ashtray pickup covers and other assorted vintage goodies.  Still have the majority of it squirreled away for later use / trade fodder.  Was able to build a complete Tele from the parts bin as well we the J/P Bass hybrid.  
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 6:23:23 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Cajun78:
Amps. Bogner Shiva half stack, Bad Cat cub combo, Vox AC 30, Eden WT 800 and Epifani cab

Guitars. PRS DGT, 2 Les Paul's, Strat, Tele, 64 melody maker Gretsch Tennessee Rose, 3  acoustics, mandolin, G&L bass

Pedals too many to list.

It's nice little collection but I gig three nights a week besides a day job.
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65 Deluxe Rverb, Tweed Blues Deluxe, Aguilar Tone Hammer and 2X12 cab

Warwick Corvette $$

PRS SC58, custom made LP Gold Top by Bluesman Vintage, 2001 Strat, James Trussart Steel Deville, Martin acustic, fiddle

Ton more pedals


Been a good couple of years
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 7:43:17 PM EST
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Guess I'll add my current gear setup:

Stringy thingies:
2013 Gibson LesPaul Studio Goldtop
2010 Gibson Melody Maker/LesPaul thingy
2007ish Gretsch 6120
early 80's B.C. Rich Bich 6 (from neck pocket signature, might be one of the Charvel era built ones... but Bernie Rico is written in there...)
1982 Crate/Electra X635 bass.... P-Bass clone with "60 years of SLM" plate on headstock.
1971 Fender J-Bass body with Fender Fretless P-Bass neck

Amps:
blackface era Fender Champ
silverface era Fender Twin Reverb
modern Fender Super Champ XD
Early 70's Traynor YBA-1 bass head with 2x15" Traynor cab

Seriously considering a smaller practice sized bass amp... also a Fender Strat or Tele.... and perhaps an Ibanez RG thingy of some sort or another.
Link Posted: 12/13/2013 9:42:20 PM EST
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I can't believe I haven't posted my crap on here yet!

My first love, bass:
G&L L-2500, green burst, wood binding stripe, maple neck/fretboard.  
Not pictured:
BBE BMax preamp, Peavey PV900 power amp
Avatar 212 Neo cab.  I also have a Fender Bassman 115 cab that I'd do shows with, but it's not here, as I've lent it to a friend.


Guitar stuff, which I've actually been using quite a bit:
Ibanez AF75D-TOR - I'd never had a hollow-body before, but I fell in love with Ibby's models - so easy to play.  Great sound un-amped, too.
Reverend Manta Ray 290 - Love this damn thing.  Joe Naylor is a frickin' master at all he touches.

Ibanez TSA15H head and TSA112C cab.  I've been impressed as hell with this setup, considering the cost.  15W is more than enough for me noodling at home, and the built-in Tube Screamer circuit gives some great overdrive sounds.  Considering the cab uses a workaday Seventy-80, I've been very happy with it.


Link Posted: 3/3/2018 4:17:05 AM EST
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very nice
Link Posted: 3/4/2018 8:55:48 AM EST
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Well I'm brand new to guitar. I tried 25 years ago to learn it but just didn't have the time or discipline to commit.

Just recently I practically stole this 2015 Gibson Les Paul Standard from Guitar Center and play it through a Marshall MG30CFX 30 Watt amp and could not be happier.

I've heard nightmares about the quality of recent Gibson products, but this one has been nothing but stellar for me.

Link Posted: 3/4/2018 1:04:10 PM EST
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Nice looking Les Paul. I've been lucky too with the quality of the Gibsons that I've bought over the last couple of years. I've seen some examples of bad guitars that made it out of the factory and some were not pretty especially for the price point.
Link Posted: 3/4/2018 1:49:40 PM EST
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I've got a Squier Telecaster Affinity, Fender Mustang I and a Squier Jim Root Telecaster (which is in pieces and being refinished, its a project guitar).

Tried learning in college. Never got far. Trying again. Gotten further and looking forward to continuing progression.
Link Posted: 3/6/2018 2:37:03 PM EST
[Last Edit: Clemson_John] [#19]
I started playing a few years ago and got bit by the bug hard.

Epiphone Les Paul Custom Blackback Pro (stock pic)

Fender American Standard Telecaster Limited Edition (stock pic)

Gibson Memphis 1959 ES-335 VOS
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Kaman GTX 22 (Korean Strat knockoff from the 80s, I got it when I was 13 but never learned to play)
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I actually prefer acoustics though.

Martin 000-18 (my guitar, shop's photo)
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Taylor DN-Ke (beautiful Koa guitar, hard to photograph)
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2010 Taylor GS-FLTD (highly figured mahogany, they had enough wood from the tree to produce 75 guitars)
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Guild F-150RCE (my guitar, shop's photo)
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Seagull S6 (stock pic)
Link Posted: 3/7/2018 10:30:23 PM EST
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Very nice collection. The acoustic guitars are beautiful.
Link Posted: 3/29/2018 8:10:30 PM EST
[#21]
Bass player here. 6-10 gigs per year playing in a jam band and a classic rock band.

MIM Fender Jazz with EMG J set.

OLP Spector 5

SWR Electric Blue head I bought new in ‘92

QSC 1200w power amp

SWR Workingman’s 410T cab

Ampeg 1510HE cab
Link Posted: 4/20/2018 10:30:47 AM EST
[#22]
Les Paul
Strat
Tele
4-string Jazz
2 5string J basses
P-bass
Bongo 5HH
Stingray 4 with piezo bridge
Not sure what specific variations they may be, but there all US models

A couple of japanese basses and 2 Korean or something acoustic guitars

Recto verb and a HD500

SVT 4-pro
Trace Elliot V-6
A few pwm amps for bass
4 or 5 bass cabs

Star classic drum kit
Sabian hand hammered dry ride. Zildian A and K hats and crash.

Some lights and quite a bit of PA stuff.
Link Posted: 4/22/2018 8:59:13 AM EST
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My wife and I both play.  She mainly plays the bass and I mainly the guitar, but we do cross over, so I'll list everything between the two of us:

Peavey Nitro (metal guitar)
Peavey Falcon w/ vintage wound pickups (twangy guitar)
Godin Exit 22 (jack of all trades guitar)
Homemade 5 watt tube amp based on the JCM800
40 watt Seymour Duncan 84-40 tube amp I don't use now that I've made the 5 watt JCM800
I have effects but never use them.

Ibanez 4 string bass standard tuning.
Squire P-bass strung BEAD
50 watt solid state bass amp  (I'm currently working on a bass amp bassed off the Ampeg B-15N, but it's going slowly)

Fender and Yamaha acoustic guitars and a couple practice amps along w/ mics 'n stuff.
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Wow!  It's been tens years.  Since this post I've added a Godin SD.  I love the Godin guitars.



I competed the Ampeg B-15N and a Sunn S100 clone for my wife.  I sold the JCM800 clone to a freind and built myself a Ken Fischer Trainwreck and a Tweed Princeton.  Above I said I didn't play with effects but now I've completely changed.  I'm playing a wide variety of music from the 60's through the present.  In order to support all the different tones required to do it "right" I built up a pedal board w/ all the standard effects.  The only standout is "GASP!!" digital, the Boss OD-20.  It's no longer made but it gives me digital recreations of around 20 different classic overdrive and distortion pedals with ability to have five available as presets.  (I also use the good old Boss Blues Driver.)



In the mean time my son start playing drums quite seriously so we now have a set of Yamaha Stage customs with Ziljian A & Sabian AA cymbals
Link Posted: 4/25/2018 10:55:28 PM EST
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I'll throw in my current collection. I started out playing drums and percussion and added terrible guitar playing to my skills.

Drums:
DW Collectors series drum kit with a mix of Zildjian and Paiste cymbals.

Guitars:
Late 90's Epiphone acoustic
2003 Fender MIM 70's reissue Strat that the previous owner swapped in a loaded SRV pick guard
2004 Fender MIM Strat
2015 Gibson Les Paul Traditional Classic in iced tea burst
2016 Gibson Les Paul Standard in honey burst
2018 Gibson Les Paul limited edition Slash Anaconda Burst

Amps:
Marshall DSL40C
Blackstar HT5
Link Posted: 4/28/2018 11:22:03 AM EST
[#25]
Ibanez RG6003fm
Taylor BBT (hate it)
Yamaha 3/4 junior.. (love it)
Line 6 Amp
Line 6 mod

ProCo Rat
Boss Bd2
EH Big Muff
EH Neo Clone

Les Paul is next then an old school tube amp.
Link Posted: 4/29/2018 11:10:35 AM EST
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Ibanez RG6003fm
Taylor BBT (hate it)
Yamaha 3/4 junior.. (love it)
Line 6 Amp
Line 6 mod

ProCo Rat
Boss Bd2
EH Big Muff
EH Neo Clone

Les Paul is next then an old school tube amp.
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How do you like the ProCo Rat? I've thought about adding one to my board.
Link Posted: 1/1/2020 3:30:18 PM EST
[Last Edit: Ironcross] [#27]
ESP E2 M1
Jackson pro soloist
Ibanez iron label
Randall rd20h/212 cab
Randall rd1h
Randall rd1c
Peavey 6505+ 112
Link Posted: 1/1/2020 7:02:34 PM EST
[#28]
Only $530 total in guitars (incl. upgraded parts) by buying used...very carefully.

2006 Ibanez ARX100 (Artec pickups)
90's Lyon/Washburn plywood-bodied "Ghettocaster" Tele copy (upgraded bridge, Tonerider pickups, tuning machines, string trees, pots/wiring)
Yamaha G335 acoustic
Line 6 Firehawk FX via Alto TX210



Link Posted: 1/9/2020 10:34:30 PM EST
[#29]
Yamaha YAS-82Z alto sax. Vandroen AL4 Optimum hard rubber mouth piece, Charles Bay ligature, Dukoff D7* metal mouth piece with Dukoff ligature. D'Addario Select Jazz reeds #3 strength.


Yamaha YTS-62 tenor sax. Meyer 5M hard rubber mouth piece, Rovner ligature, D'Addario Select Jazz #2.5 reeds.

I guess I need to get my real camera out and take some decent pics of my stuff
Link Posted: 1/12/2020 10:03:16 PM EST
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MIA Elite Fender PJ bass is mine. My baby.

The Jacoesque fretless J bass Squire I picked up for my dad last week. But I may keep it.

Messy carpet be damned.
Link Posted: 1/12/2020 10:38:50 PM EST
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Nice basses. I absolutely love my Squier fretless P bass. I also have a fretless J and both a P and J fretted Fender. Couple of Ampeg amps but my current head is a Mesa tube through an Ampeg 15" cab.

On the electric guitar side, a couple of Strats and an old Kramer with a Floyd Rose. Fender Super Champ x2 and a Stage Right tube amp. There's an old Fender Princeton Stereo Chorus buried in the back room somewhere. Acoustic lineup is a Takamine electric classical, Washburn Craig Chaquico model, and a Taylor 110e.
Link Posted: 1/13/2020 3:02:32 AM EST
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I want a Kramer or Travis Bean bass.  But I can't swing that.  Next bass is gonna be a EGC all aluminum bass. But that's  gonna be next year most likely.
Link Posted: 1/13/2020 9:08:08 PM EST
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this is my junk at the moment
2 x Orange Brent Hinds Terror heads
Orange ppc212v cab
Harley Benton 2x12 cab
Line 6 Spider 212
ADA MP1 preamp

Guitars
Schecter KM7 mk3 Artist
Ibanez RG1527
Ibanez RG550
LTD ST203FR
Ibanez RG3exqm
Esp Franken strat
Washburne D12 s acoustic
Link Posted: 1/16/2020 7:08:04 PM EST
[#34]
guitars:
fender american stratocaster electric
martin d15 acoustic

amps:
big peavy
small fender

board full of boss pedals
Link Posted: 12/21/2020 11:01:12 AM EST
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Link Posted: 12/21/2020 12:55:03 PM EST
[#36]
Too many things to list, but this is muh kind of vibe

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Link Posted: 12/21/2020 2:55:06 PM EST
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Just my little ol kit. My favorite child. Lol
Gretsch Catalina Birch in Mocha Fade
Mostly Zildjian cymbals, have a nice sounding Sabian heavy ride
All Gibraltar hardware
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Link Posted: 12/21/2020 4:48:40 PM EST
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I record, pretty much exclusively now, so everything I own is geared towards making my own music in a studio. I try to do it all on a budget tho, cause music isn't my only hobby (even tho it's my favorite).

Most of my guitars are my own builds (teles and strats, a couple LP's). But, I have a Jackson, a Fender strat, DeArmond M75, a HB tele, and a few other electrics.

Ibanez Talman and an SR450b Bass.

Breedlove Concert Classic, an Alvarez dreadnought, a Recording King parlor guitar, and a Washburn 240b C/W acoustic.

A few lap steels (Supro, and two I built), and two banjos (Ibanez & a Deering Goodtime).

For amps, I use a Yamaha T100 (designed by Soldano in the 80's) that's been modded for switchable power, mostly use it in a 5w mode driving a 212 with Laney vintage vibes in it. Super versatile amp, for rock.

For clean & vintage sounds I either do VST/IR's (LePou's primarily), or a Boss Katana 100 Pro.

It all goes into an ART MPA-II, then a Focusrite Clarrett to a laptop/DAW (Reaper).

I use a lot of mics, depending on my project or mood, but vocals I almost always use a modded Sterling 55. On cabs it's a blend of a Fathead ribbon and a Samson Q9 dynamic.

Keys I mostly use VST soft synths, but I have a DXIIfd and a CS2X that put to work.
Link Posted: 12/21/2020 7:53:56 PM EST
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Link Posted: 12/22/2020 12:19:13 PM EST
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Guitars
- Jackson RR24M w/ EMG ALX w/ ABQ - this one plays the best by far
- LTD Alexi 600
- Ibanez Xiphos
- Ibanez RG3EX1FM

Amp
- Blackstar HT20 Head w/ 2x12 Cab loaded w/ V30's

Pedals
- OCD
- Tube Screamer
- MXR 10 band EQ

Still want to get a Japanese made Ibanez Prestige. Very happy with everything else I have and use.

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Just saw this from 2013....time for an update

Guitars

- Jackson RR24M w/ DiMarzio Super Distortion - never gets played anymore
- Ibanez RG3EX1FM  w/ DiMarzio Tone Zone and PAF Pro - never gets played anymore
- Fender Strat - Black w/ Fender Pure Vintage '59 pickups - my David Gilmour looking guitar
- Fender Strat Custom built by me - CAR body w/ roasted maple neck, EMG David Gilmour pickups - my Pulse looking guitar
- Fender Telecaster - Butterscotch Blonde w/ Fender Texas Special Tele pickups, black pickguard - my newest guitar and I love it....so much TWANG. I'm on a mission to learn country music..think Albert Lee and Brent Mason
- Fender Jazz Bass - Olympic White
- Epiphone Les Paul Custom - White w/ gold hardware
- PRS SE - 2008 Purple Burst Paul Allender Model
- PRS SE - Flamed Top Trampus Green w/ Rosewood board
- PRS SE - Figured Maple Top Trampus Green w/ roasted maple board - only 2000 made for the US market - this guitar is beautiful
- Deering Goodtime Banjo

I really got back into music this year and my guitar collection really grew to have some guitars I am really in love with. My Strat's, the Tele, and my roasted maple neck PRS guitars and just amazing instruments to play and hear. Honestly everything on that list would be hard to part with as they all sound so different and I tend to play a different way depending on which guitar is in my hands.

Amps

- Blackstar HT20 Head w/ 2x12 Cab loaded w/ V30's - still rocking with this guy and I still love it - my poor mans Marshall
- Fender Super Champ x2 - nice little amp - can get some really good Fender cleans at a low cost
- Fender Deluxe Reverb - next on my list to get. Not sure if I want a reissue or to build my own....probably gonna build my own

Pedals

- Fulltone OCD
- Tube Screamer
- MXR 10 band EQ
- MXR Script Compressor
- MXR Script Phase 90
- MXR DC Brick Power Supply
- Wampler Tumnus Deluxe - this pedal is awesome!
- Fulltone Mini Deja Vibe - don't have it yet, but know the wife got it for me for Christmas - can't wait to try this thing...it'll make all my Dark Side of the Moon dreams come true

Have a West Coast Customs pedal board on the way for all my pedals....these things look really nice.



That is it for now......still want a vintage strat and a tele with a G bender, but those will be much later down the road for me.
Link Posted: 12/24/2020 12:31:34 PM EST
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I just added a gorgeous Epiphone '59 Les Paul to my rack. Loving it!

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Wireless (Relay G10S) -> Donner Tuner -> OptoComp -> il Diablo OD -> TubeScreamer -> Little Big Muff -> Deep Blue Delay -> Looper -> Gate -> A/B
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Link Posted: 12/24/2020 6:52:20 PM EST
[#42]
Bassist here.  My main player is a 2012 American Standard P bass that I run through an Ampeg SVT 7-Pro and a 4x10 HLF cabinet.  It's loud.
Link Posted: 12/25/2020 12:25:35 PM EST
[Last Edit: WhatsGnu] [#43]
Since it's Christmas, I'll make a list (and check it twice):
- classical guitar w/hardshell case
- LaPatrie Presentation classical guitar w/Kremona piezo pickup w/hardshell case
- Squier Starcaster Classic Vibe in walnut, with walnut volume/tone knobs, Bigsby tailpiece, Schaller locking tuners and Lindy Fralin wide-range pups (resulting in a serious dent in my bank account)
- PRS SE Santana w/hardshell case
- Washburn Revival Parlor guitar w/hardshell case
- pending project Fender Starcaster (strat) with updated tuners, pickguard-pups-wiring, and new tremelo

- Orange Micro Terror w/Orange speaker cab
- Fender Champion xl 50
- Fender Champion xl 100
- Line 6 Spider H 240 w/4x12 cab

- EHX Green Russian Pi
- EHX Soul Food
- EHX Attack Decay
- EHX Ravish Sitar
- EHX Oceans Eleven
- EHX Mel9 (edit to add)
- Boss SD1
- Boss CS3
- Boss TU3
- Boss BD2
- Line 6 M5

The quest to nerf my bank account continues.
Link Posted: 12/26/2020 12:03:51 PM EST
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Bassist here.  My main player is a 2012 American Standard P bass that I run through an Ampeg SVT 7-Pro and a 4x10 HLF cabinet.  It's loud.
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Nice. I almost bought a 7 myself. I have Fender P and J basses and Squier fretless of the same models. My favs are the Fender fretted P and the Squier fretless P. I might dump the Js since I'm not playing them. I made a stupid error and blew my Ampeg Micro and PF-500 so I'm playing bass through a Mesa Boogie tube and Ampeg LF-115.
Link Posted: 12/26/2020 3:32:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JaxShooter:
Nice. I almost bought a 7 myself. I have Fender P and J basses and Squier fretless of the same models. My favs are the Fender fretted P and the Squier fretless P. I might dump the Js since I'm not playing them. I made a stupid error and blew my Ampeg Micro and PF-500 so I'm playing bass through a Mesa Boogie tube and Ampeg LF-115.
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Yeah, P basses are awesome - 95% of the time, they do everything I want them to.  I do find myself wanting a J when I am working on a specific song that calls for that J growl.  Can't decide whether I want one of those or a fretless P next...
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I play acoustic. I still have my first guitar - a Fender DG-7, and an Art & Lutherie Americana.

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Originally Posted By hamb0ne:
Yeah, P basses are awesome - 95% of the time, they do everything I want them to.  I do find myself wanting a J when I am working on a specific song that calls for that J growl.  Can't decide whether I want one of those or a fretless P next...
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I'll be honest, I love the hell out of my Squier fretless. I find that I play it a good bit more than the Fender. I hear ya about the J, also. I put rounds on one just for slap. I seldom play either of the Js, though.

I need another bass like a hole in the head, but I'm so jonesing a Gary Willis 5-string fretless. They're hard to find in the US, though. I think the last one I saw on Reverb for a decent price was coming from Spain.
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Originally Posted By SirPsycho:
I'll throw in my current collection. I started out playing drums and percussion and added terrible guitar playing to my skills.

Drums:
DW Collectors series drum kit with a mix of Zildjian and Paiste cymbals.

Guitars:
Late 90's Epiphone acoustic
2003 Fender MIM 70's reissue Strat that the previous owner swapped in a loaded SRV pick guard
2004 Fender MIM Strat
2015 Gibson Les Paul Traditional Classic in iced tea burst
2016 Gibson Les Paul Standard in honey burst
2018 Gibson Les Paul limited edition Slash Anaconda Burst

Amps:
Marshall DSL40C
Blackstar HT5
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I just looked at my old list posted here and there have been some changes in guitars and amps.


Guitars:
Late 90's Epiphone acoustic

2013 Gibson Les Paul Traditional light burst
2016 Gibson Les Paul Standard in honey burst
2018 Gibson Les Paul limited edition Slash Anaconda Burst
2018 Gibson SG heritage cherry
2019 Gibson Firebird (incomplete project)

1997 Fender Custom Shop 54' reissue blonde with flamed maple neck
2020 Fender Custom Shop 59' reissue sea foam green with birdseye maple neck
Fender Partscaster all USA Fender parts - 50s two tone sunburst with rosewood fretboard
Fender Partscaster all USA Fender parts - 60s three tone sunburst with maple neck and fretboard

Amps:
Marshall DSL40C
Marshall Origin 20W head
Marshall SC20H JCM 800 20W head
Mesa-Boogie Mark V 35W head
Mesa-Boogie Recto-Verb 25W head
Peavey 6505 MH 20W head
Positive Grid Spark 40W

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Originally Posted By SirPsycho:


I just looked at my old list posted here and there have been some changes in guitars and amps.


Guitars:
Late 90's Epiphone acoustic

2013 Gibson Les Paul Traditional light burst
2016 Gibson Les Paul Standard in honey burst
2018 Gibson Les Paul limited edition Slash Anaconda Burst
2018 Gibson SG heritage cherry
2019 Gibson Firebird (incomplete project)

1997 Fender Custom Shop 54' reissue blonde with flamed maple neck
2020 Fender Custom Shop 59' reissue sea foam green with birdseye maple neck
Fender Partscaster all USA Fender parts - 50s two tone sunburst with rosewood fretboard
Fender Partscaster all USA Fender parts - 60s three tone sunburst with maple neck and fretboard

Amps:
Marshall DSL40C
Marshall Origin 20W head
Marshall SC20H JCM 800 20W head
Mesa-Boogie Mark V 35W head
Mesa-Boogie Recto-Verb 25W head
Peavey 6505 MH 20W head
Positive Grid Spark 40W

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Collections have been multiplying I see.

How do you like that Origin 20W head? YT videos of it sound great. Do you have to crank it to get good tones? I love my Blackstar HT20W head, but been thinking of replacing it with a real Marshall, but don't want to spend SC20H JCM 800 money on one. I know it's not high gain like the SC20H, but I don't really do high gain very much, and well, I got good pedals if I need more gain. Plus the built in attenuator on the Origin is very appealing, since I'm betting it does need to be cranked to get the sounds I'm wanting.
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Originally Posted By srob7001:

Collections have been multiplying I see.

How do you like that Origin 20W head? YT videos of it sound great. Do you have to crank it to get good tones? I love my Blackstar HT20W head, but been thinking of replacing it with a real Marshall, but don't want to spend SC20H JCM 800 money on one. I know it's not high gain like the SC20H, but I don't really do high gain very much, and well, I got good pedals if I need more gain. Plus the built in attenuator on the Origin is very appealing, since I'm betting it does need to be cranked to get the sounds I'm wanting.
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I really like the Origin. I use it more for low/mid gain classic rock so I don't tend to turn it up too high. I haven't needed to get the power tubes cooking for a nice tone so far. It is really versatile especially if you use pedals to shape your tone. It takes pedals really well and the effects loop gives more shaping room to run an EQ in the loop. For the price it is hard to beat in my opinion.
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