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Link Posted: 12/28/2008 3:30:17 PM EST
Wind instruments represent!

What I play most:

Copeland Brass Soprano D Whistle
Burke Brass B Flat Whistle
Alba Aluminum Low F Whistle
Copley Irish Flute in Blackwood & Silver in D

I have a host of "low-end" whistles, Generations, Susato, Dixon, Shaw in various other keys as well.
Link Posted: 12/28/2008 6:03:37 PM EST
Jackson Kelly KE3R with EVO pickups (most played) - usually tuned down 1/2 step.
Ibanez RGT42DX (standard tuning)

Line6 POD X3 Live
Peavey 5150 EVH signature tube state head
Marshall JCM 900 LEAD 1960 4x12 cab

I go through strings like I go through ammo. Damn greasy hands...
Link Posted: 1/2/2009 11:48:08 PM EST
I'll play too...

1984 Gibson Flying V, cherry red, ebony keyboard, Dirty Finger pickups and a factory installed Gibson marked Kahler bridge with locking nut.

2000 fender American Standard Stratocaster, sunburst body and maple neck. it is completely stock and plays and sounds wonderful.

20004 Ibanez SA220QM a Guitar Center exclusive with EMG 81/85 pickups installed.

2006 TJ Monster custom built guitar.
It has a mahogany body with maple top, ebony keyboard, original Floyd Rose trem and an EMG 81 pickup. It is ugly as sin but plays much better than the Gibson V.

2005 Takamine 12 sting acoustic/electric.

The amp for now is a Marshall Valvestate VS265. Yeah i know get a real tube amp. I play mostly in my home so it suits my needs just fine.

My pedal is a Digitech GNX-3 but I really only use the delay and flanger.
The overdrive, stereo chorus and spring reverb in the Marshall sound great.

Link Posted: 1/4/2009 11:50:11 PM EST
[Last Edit: Couch-Commando] [#4]

Link Posted: 5/16/2009 4:47:10 PM EST
Peavey ValveKing 212
Line 6 POD XT (for kicks)
DigiTech Bad Monkey Overdrive
Link Posted: 5/16/2009 5:14:38 PM EST
My workhorse

My fun bass, traded it in for a fretless Warwick Corvette that I don't have a picture of.

Link Posted: 5/16/2009 5:19:12 PM EST
Originally Posted By CDP1911:
Ok I'll play.

Seems, like I am one of the only bass players here:

'76 Fender Jazz Bass
Custom F Bass BNF5 - Fretless 5 string
Custom F Bass BNF5 - Fretless 5 string
Custom F Bass BN5 - Fretted 5 string
Custom Stambaugh - Fretless 4 string
Roscoe SKB3005 - Fretted 5 String
Godin LR/Baggs - Fretless 4 String

Alembic F1X pre amp
QSC MX 700 power amp
SWR Goliath
SWR Goliath jr

Trace Elliot Boxer 30

Link Posted: 5/17/2009 11:56:46 PM EST
A few PRS guitars:

Custom 22 Purpleburst 10-top 1-off
Custom 22 Black Cherry
Custom 22 Grey Black 10-top
Custom 22 Red Tiger Artist Top
Custom 24 Whale Blue 1-piece top
McCarty Korina Black 1-off
Singlecut Charcoal Burst 10-top
Modern Eagle Slate

Gibson Les Paul Gothic

Martin D16RGTE

(2) Hughes & Kettner Triamp MKII
Mesa Dual Rectifier Blackface >600 serial#
Mesa Rect-O-Verb
Mesa Traditional 4x12
Mesa Road King 4x12

Other odds and ends; pedals, practice amps, etc. But that pretty much covers it.
Link Posted: 5/18/2009 1:03:40 PM EST

Link Posted: 5/18/2009 6:17:18 PM EST
I've played guitar since I was big enough to physically lift one.

Over my the span of my life I've owned a metric shitload of guitars and amps, from the cheap & ratty to the ultra expensive. Usually many at a time.

Sadly, I also had a very unhealthy appetite for self-destructive behavior. I've lost more good instruments than some have ever seen in their lifetime.

The sex, drugs, and rock & roll days are all over now (well, the booze and drugs anyway).

These days I keep it simple.

Fender Strat Hard Tail, built from a '98 Big Apple (American Standard with humbuckers). The Seymour Duncan humbuckers were removed and replaced with a set of L-280S noiseless singles and Q-Filter made for me by Bill & Becky Lawrence before they moved to CA. Bone nut and fretwork by Ronnie Griffin.

'00 Martin D-18, stock except for bone nut and saddle, also by Ronnie Griffin.

'98 Fender Hot Rod DeVille 4x10. 12AX7 preamp tubes replaced with 5751 to mellow out the tone.

POD XT, for when I want to get "creative."

Link Posted: 5/18/2009 9:03:00 PM EST
[Last Edit: Green_Canoe] [#12]

Peavey Falcon w/ vintage style PUs for clean tones and my homebuilt 5 watt JCM800 (red amp in background) for my dirty tones.

Peavey Nitro with a hot humbucker for dirty tones and a Seymour Duncan 84-40 (in background) for clean tones.

Godin Exit 22, played by my wife here.  My jack of all trades master of none guitar.

Wife plays a Ibanez bass directly into the PA.  (I'm slowly building an Ampeg B-15 clone for her.)

On songs that require the extra lows of a 5 string, she plays an inexpensive Squire P-Bass strung BEAD.
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 5:27:50 PM EST
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:20:38 PM EST
Bass Rig,

Peavey Mark IV Bass head, Eaden 1x10 & a home made 1x15


Warwick Fortress

Here is some Other Stuff I have.

Usually have one of THESE monsters plugged into the effects return of the V50.
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 8:32:23 PM EST
I post this picture a lot, but it just oozes tone so I haven't upgraded to anything yet.

TBC AP400M Bass

Ampeg SVP-Pro Tube Pre amp

Crown XLS 402 Power amp (~1200 watts)

SWR Goliath Sr.

I think I want a Mesa 400+, or either a Traynor YBA-200, Trace Elliot Quattra Valve, Peavey VB2, or SUNN 300T. I really want to go all tube. I'm trying to find an Ampeg 300 SVT power amp, but they're pretty heavy.

I also have one of these on the way... with rosewood fretboard though.

Link Posted: 5/23/2009 12:02:54 PM EST

Those Xiphos look badass.  How's the weight balance on it?
Link Posted: 5/24/2009 12:56:20 AM EST

Originally Posted By Demordrah:

Those Xiphos look badass.  How's the weight balance on it?

The body is mahogany and it's very light, but the head tends to weigh it down. Easily fixed though with a proper strap that has enough grip to stay in place.

It sounds great and plays great too.

Link Posted: 5/25/2009 9:42:48 AM EST
[Last Edit: smoken44] [#18]

Westone IV - Japan 85, hot MK II pickups, 3 push / pull pots. Jazz to metal tone monster.

ESP LTD H400 - 02 SD 59 neck / JB bridge

ESP LTD DV8R- 06 SD /  Mustaine Livewires , neck through, locking tuners, strap locks ect.........sounds great clean or heavy

Link Posted: 5/25/2009 10:56:51 AM EST
Originally Posted By Enigma102083:
*doesn't feel the string player love*

It actually sounds really good, friend.
Link Posted: 5/26/2009 9:57:53 PM EST
[Last Edit: ColonelKlink] [#20]
Link Posted: 5/28/2009 8:21:01 AM EST
A few

Link Posted: 6/19/2009 6:41:33 AM EST

Just got a Mesa 4x12 yesterday, and had to take a pic or two.

Amp: Peavey 5150II with Mesa 4x12 (previously a Framus 4x12)
Guitars: PRS CE-22, Ibanez RG7621, Squier Strat (ugly, ugly beast, but plays just as well or better as my nicer guitars.
Link Posted: 10/7/2010 4:13:28 PM EST
Bump from the brink of death....

I'm a corksniffer....


duesenberg double cat

PRS SC245 ted McCarty w/WCR pickups


budda superdrive 30 212 combo

effects (these change a lot):

old vox clyde mccoy wah

peterson strobostomp2 tuner

diamond compressor


Lovepedal Kalamazoo

Skinpimp MKIII

Strymon El Capistan (on the way)

Line6 m9 (probably will get bumped by the el cap)

i also have 2 tech 21 character series pedals that i use for practice/direct applications.
Link Posted: 10/7/2010 4:55:45 PM EST
Originally Posted By ColonelKlink:
Swapped out my Licensed Floyd for an Original Floyd manufactured by Schaller today.


how hard was that? i plan on swapping the one in my dean for an original floyd.

Link Posted: 10/8/2010 11:15:15 PM EST
[Last Edit: Azygos] [#25]
I've acquired too much gear with too little skill.  It's what happens when you don't have much time anymore to play, but have 20 years worth of Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS).   I'm just a guy who acquired noncollectible nonvintage stuff that makes reasonable sound; have a background in recording & radio, but haven't yet developed the skillset or need for boutique stuff.

Gibson Les Paul Standard Traditional Pro - thanks, Mrs sleepdr - 10th anniversary present.
Ibanez RG770DX
Ibanez S540 with EMG 81 & 85
Parts-built abomination of Carvin & Ibanez parts, plays lousy but looks gorgeous.
Traveler Speedster
Washburn D10 CE acoustic/electric
Washburn ??? cheap bass

Bad Cat "The Leash" attenuator
Mesa .50 caliber+ 1x12
Peavey 5150 2x12
Peavey Express 112 that's acting as an electronic drum amp until it blows up
Marshall micro stack that's currently broken
Marshall 1960A 4x12 cab in storage (used to have a JCM900 SLX head, but sold it years ago)
Roland Micro Cube

Roland TD-8 mesh set with a few extra triggers, Yamaha direct drive double pedals. Roc N Soc Lunar throne (I looooove that chair).
Mystery wood drumset (was given to me free) with Zildjian Avedis cymbals, DW 5000 hat stand, DW 8000 double pedals. Awful $40 throne.

Guitar Pro 6 and Reaper on my laptop.  Somewhere I have an older copy of Sound Forge and Sonar XL.
Broken CAD condenser mic for vocals, and a Samson SM58 clone.
Boss BR1200CD
Boss Micro BR
Roland JV1080 synth module with an FX upgrade card
Korg X3 synth/keyboard
Korg PX4D Pandora
Boss ME50 - used in 5150 effects loop for time & pitch-based effects.  
Boss GT-8
ISP Decimator G String noise suppressor
Boss TU-2 tuner pedal
Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah
Visual Sound Route 66 pedal (compressor & TS808 clone)
Boss GE7 EQ pedal (purchased, not yet arrived)
Another plastic chorus pedal (Ibanez, I think)

There's other stuff lying around, but that's a good chunk of my gear.

Some of my partners are way into nice gear.  One guy has tons of custom stuff like Bolins, Masterbuilt Fenders, old Fender amps, etc.
Link Posted: 10/8/2010 11:20:48 PM EST
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Link Posted: 10/17/2010 4:31:27 AM EST

Newest guitar.
Agile al-2500.

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Link Posted: 10/18/2010 10:36:29 PM EST
Gibson Les Paul Traditional, Gibson SG
Marshall 410H with 1936 2 x 12 cab
Link Posted: 10/18/2010 10:51:54 PM EST
[Last Edit: cmjohnson] [#29]
I build my own guitars.  Photos here:   (Note: The PRS SC245 is an authentic PRS. I didn't build it.  The rest are my creations.)

For amps, right now I'm using a slightly modded Mesa SOB head with custom built 1x12 cabinets loaded with EVM-12Ls.
This amp is due for major mods in the future, after I get my main amp back from its overhaul/rebuild.
My main amp is (was) a fully custom made all tube 50 watt channel switcher with a gorgeous, huge clean tone, and a very aggressive,

super high gain lead channel.   It always was used with a 1/3 octave Alesis DEQ230 digital EQ in the effects loop, plus time effects

(chorus, reverb, etc) provided by a Peavey dual Deltafex processor, too.   Using the digital programmable EQ I can set up many subtle

or major tonal variations and quickly switch through them.    It was a very ballsy,  big toned amp with incredible gain levels,  which

could go toe to toe with just about any amp you could drag up for comparison.
I say WAS, because it's being completely rebuilt and redesigned.  It had some problems that had to be fixed,  a bad power transformer

being chief among them,   and it needed to be simplified,  and its basic tone (without an EQ in the loop) needed to be revoiced.  This time,

it's going to be centered more around the tone circuit of a classic Hiwatt,  but we're going to keep the gain levels pegged at "STUPID!!!"

like I like it.    
Essentially,  this time around the things I didn't use are being designed out of the amp.  What remains is what I actually used,  and then

with some improvements.
It should be quite the knuckledragger.    I'm really looking forward to its (re)delivery to me.
Even the cosmetics are being totally redone,  in a style usually reserved for instrument panels in the cockpit of military aircraft.   The

front panel is a painted, engraved, and backlit piece of Plexiglas.  The backlighting changes color according to what the operating mode

of the amp is.    Even the knobs are backlit,  and are real mil spec avionics instrument knobs that cost me 20 bucks apiece!
I've got more money tied up in the cosmetic treatment of this amp than many people pay for their amp and guitar combined!
Even the panel backlighting is custom made. I had to have custom LED backlight boards designed and built just for this project.

Link Posted: 10/19/2010 12:26:30 PM EST
Originally Posted By cmjohnson:


Even the cosmetics are being totally redone,  in a style usually reserved for instrument panels in the cockpit of military aircraft.   The
front panel is a painted, engraved, and backlit piece of Plexiglas.  The backlighting changes color according to what the operating mode
of the amp is.    Even the knobs are backlit,  and are real mil spec avionics instrument knobs that cost me 20 bucks apiece!

I've got more money tied up in the cosmetic treatment of this amp than many people pay for their amp and guitar combined!

Even the panel backlighting is custom made. I had to have custom LED backlight boards designed and built just for this project.


I'd love to see some pics when you get it back.  I toyed with the idea putting some magic eye tubes on the front panel of one of my amp builds and have them dance to the music.  But I'm always too anxious when it comes time to box them up.  I just want to play it.

An example of a magic eye tube:

Link Posted: 10/19/2010 4:19:49 PM EST
numberofthebeast, those ADA's are a kick in the pants!  I don't really play mine except for once and a while through the return of my Marshall. Brings back some memories...
Link Posted: 10/28/2010 2:49:42 AM EST
Fender MIM 4 string Jazz Bass w/ EMG j set
OLP Spector 5 string w/ EMGs
Dean 4 string Acoustic- electric bass
Yamaha 6 string acoustic
Ibanez Artist semi hollowbody 6 string
Squire Strat
Ludwig 5 pc drum kit w/ Zidjians
SWR Electric Blue Bass head
Mackie 2x 400w power amp
SWR 4x10 bass cab
Ampeg 15+10 bass cab
misc pa stuff, pedals and guitar practiceamps
Link Posted: 10/30/2010 10:59:24 PM EST
Originally Posted By HellioN:
Newest guitar.
Agile al-2500.

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I have one of those too. They are cool guitars. I have a BKP Miracle Man set in mine. It's a beast.

And here are my others:

Link Posted: 10/31/2010 6:49:28 PM EST

Originally Posted By Hitman77:

Gibson Les Paul Traditional, Gibson SG

Marshall 410H with 1936 2 x 12 cab


I have the same amp & cab. I love mine, although I do want to try some different speakers.

How do you like yours?

Link Posted: 11/1/2010 9:22:46 AM EST
[Last Edit: Superreverb] [#35]
Too much to list, and I have too few pictures right now.  Here's a couple of pics I have handy.

'74 Tobacco Sunburst Les Paul Custom with '74 100W Marshall Super Lead (cab is a rebadged Park)

1990-something Fender JD Telecaster with 1968 Fender Deluxe Reverb

And when I play bass

1967/68 Fender Jazz Bass with 1969 Ampeg B15N and Retrospec Squeeze Box optical tube compressor

I've been collecting for almost 30-years, so I've amassed quite a bit of stuff.  I need to find the time to photograph it all....
Link Posted: 3/18/2012 5:23:34 PM EST
Originally Posted By RichardCranium033:
I havent been around this forum in awhile, and now that I am back I see that there is this music section. WAY COOL

Anyway, I have a Fender Strat MIM, an Ibanez Artcore AG85, a Fender 12 string accoustic, and just bought an Ibanez, Iceman ICB300 Bass.

Ive been in the market for an accoustic/electric lately. I have played some really nice Taylors in Guitar Center, but have heard some good things about Martins, and Takamine.
I have an Acoustic Electric Takamine EAN10C. Cedar Top with Mahogany sides and back. IMHO Cedar tops sound the best. A cedar top Takamine will sound like Angels singing compared to a spruce top Martin.
I also have a Schector Damien Elite Floyd Rose with a Roland Cube 40. I also have a Pre-Lawsuit Japanese Les Paul Copy that I restored to playable condition that is atleast 40 years old and was in pieces crammed in a box that once belonged to my father.

Link Posted: 3/18/2012 5:53:13 PM EST
Getzen renaissance trumpet. It served me very well playing classical music in high school, and it is one of the many reasons I am by far the loudest lead trumpet player at ASU.

My favorite guitar is my 50's style MIM strat. I have a blues junior, but have come to much prefer the Vox AC4TV. That amp doesn't even need a tube screamer up front. It's awesome.
Link Posted: 3/25/2012 7:59:44 PM EST
My collection is always changing but at this time
I have a Martin DCPA 4, Morgan Monroe V 45, Hohner Eclips
800 series, a Fender HSS Deluxe USA  Strat, Ibanez 77 Artcore
electric, a Peavy bass, a Fender Passport 500 pro PA system
For coffee shops and other small gigs. I also have a Yamaha
keyboard, a Zoom R24 recorder...mics, cables, stands, amps,
Pedals,.... Yada Yada Yada.
Link Posted: 3/31/2012 9:51:11 PM EST
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.
Link Posted: 4/1/2012 5:51:49 PM EST
I'm primarily a bassist these days, so all my guitar stuff is packed away.... Here's some of my bass stuff:

Link Posted: 4/11/2012 9:30:10 PM EST
Jackson Rhoads performer series (1993)
Jackson Rhoads xx32 series (new cheap model)
Jackson Soloist 2 (USA model 1995)
Jackson dinky (2002)
Epiphone Dot
all electric guitars equipped with Dimarzio X2N Bridge Pickup and custom Capacitors on tone control
D'Addario XL120 Strings
Mitchell dreadnought acoustic 6 string
Ibanez Bass (x200)

B52 At100 Tube Head (Sovtek 12AX7A pre-amp and Electro-Harmonix 6L6GC power)
B52 480W 4-12 slant Cab
Crate 400W (custom speakers) 4-12 straight cab

Rocktron Hush Guitar noise Gate
TC Electronics G-Major Effects
Peavy Midi controller
Nady Wireless system

Shit-ton of other stuff....
Shit-ton of stuff I used to have...some I kinda wish I'd kept.

Link Posted: 10/25/2013 4:35:13 PM EST
Mu current family

Link Posted: 10/25/2013 4:50:36 PM EST
[Last Edit: cmjohnson] [#43]
I know I've been here before but I have a few different photos to put up now.

I only own two guitars that I didn't make.

1: 2009 PRS Singlecut, Employee guitar

2: Knaggs Kenai, Tier 2

My other guitars are all my own creations.

As for amps,  I have:

Mesa/Boogie SOB 60 watt head

Two custom made (I designed and built them) 1x12 ported cabinets each loaded with an EVM-12L.

Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro digital modelling preamp with a QSC MX1500A power amp (backed way off)

driving an Avatar 2x12 cabinet with Celestion Greenback reissues

Currently being built for me:  A full custom channel switching amp based generally on the concept of

a very extensively modded 1967 "Black Flag" 50 watt Marshall Plexi.
All this is WAY overkill for a total hack/bedroom commando like me, but I'd have it no other way.
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 7:30:24 PM EST
Well, I have about two weeks of actual learning to play under my belt. I have a Recording King acoustic and on Tuesday I went and purchased my first electric...a new American Telecaster Deluxe. I guess that is overkill for a newbie, but I wanted it and am in a position to buy what I want within reason. It feels awesome just to hold it.

My amp is a blues junior.

Now I am eyeing a Gibson SG Jr. In my buddies pawn shop...this shit could be as bad as firearms.
Link Posted: 10/26/2013 2:21:54 AM EST
I'm going to represent the woodwind side of things. I've seen a lot of great looking guitars and drum sets, now I'm going to show you what I've got to work with.

My Yamaha YAS-82Z Custom alto sax.
My Yamaha YTS-62 tenor sax
The Yamaha YBS-52 baritone sax I get to play
If you can't tell, I like Yamaha products I had more pics of the horns, but they disappeared when my old lap top went tits up.
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 12:02:15 AM EST
What I have is of no importance. It is what I want to own that is the driving force.
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 10:33:22 AM EST
[Last Edit: s0ulzer0] [#47]
I'm currently in two different bands so I maintain two different guitar rigs so I don't have to keep swapping gear around.
One is a known 80's thrash metal band, we only play a couple of times a year at those "nostalgia" metal shows, the other is
my main band which is more of a Doom type thing.

For the thrash metal thing I use a Mesa Boogie Mark IV(b) Long head on a Mark series Mesa
Boogie 4x12 halfback cab. In the FX loop of the amp I run a DBX Compressor/Gate, a Hush Super C
and a Sabine rack tuner. My pedalboard is a Pedaltrain Pro with a Morley Lil' Alligator volume pedal, a Morley Tremonti wah Korg Pitch Black tuner
into a Line 6 M-13 multieffects unit for some delays/chorus when needed. Most of the drive is from the Mark IV but I use a
custom overdrive for focusing. I have a Wampler Super Plextortion on there too, in case I'm using some backline other than mine and need some more drive.
The board is powered by a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus. For guitars, I usualy play the 2 custom prototype guitars by WizardStyx that were made for me.

For the Doom band, I use Orange amps, a Rocker 30 and a DT-30 Dual Terror. Each amp feeds an old fuzzy gray Carvin 4x12 loaded with 100watt BR-12 speakers
that were made for Carvin by Eminence. Fantastic sounding speakers. The pedalboard for this rig is another Pedaltrain Pro board with a Pedal-Pal (Large) right side
mount for a Morley Lil' Alligator volume and a Morley George Lynch Dragon 2 wah into a Carl Martin Octa-Switch Mk II.
In the loops of the Carl Martin switch I have an MXR CSP202 Custom Comp, MXR M77 CMB Overdrive (awesome overdrive!!), Boss GE-7 Graphic EQ,
Fulltone MDV-2 univibe, Boss CE-2 Chorus, Eventide SPACE (with an exp pedal), TC Electronic PGS Alter Ego Delay and an ISP Decimator 2 noise reduction.
Guitars, a '90's Gibson SG Jr. Re-Issue, Gibson SG Standard, Gibson Les Paul Traditional (Honey Burst) and a Gibson Les Paul Signature T (Vintage Burst).
Link Posted: 11/2/2013 10:41:13 AM EST
I've got a Taylor T5 semi acousic that I play acousitcally or through a 60 watt crate acoustic amp, and a PRS Tim Mahoney SE that I play through a Boss GT10 effects processor into an Orange Crush 35 amp.
Link Posted: 11/21/2013 10:39:44 AM EST
Eleven Rack with Behringer MIDI controller running into Alto Ts112a 's.

For guitars I have an LTD Mh 350 nt, an Ibanez s570dxqm, and an Ibanez Artcore AF85.

Just getting my collection started again after taking a long break from playing.

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Link Posted: 11/24/2013 11:07:26 AM EST

click to embiggen

L - R
1983 American Standard Strat,  very strange model, straight out jack, master vol/tone, snap in trem bar, top load bridge
I put the black knobs and pick up covers on it, like the contrast.  Have the originals somewhere around here.  Also put a Dimarzio Hot rails in the bridge.

THD Univalve with a JJ 6L6 and some JJ 12AX7s in it currently.
Sitting on two home built (thanks for the help Dad) 1x12 with an Eminence Black Powder on top and a Red Coat on the bottom.  
Yes I need to redo the tolex, not that good at that stuff.

Parker Fly Mojo

What was a Line6 AX2, but the amp freaked out and won't work correctly, so I cannibalized it.
Line6 POD X3 Live going into a Samson Servo 120a going to the Line6 2x12 - 12" Eminence speakers IIRC

Ibanez RG8
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