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#73726 by Andragon
Sun Jul 05, 2009 3:48 am
Carvin... George will be happy :P

#77990 by vintage_distortion
Sun Aug 09, 2009 3:27 pm
red carvin bunny brunell 5 string with 18volt wiring,carvin br615n amp and various ehx bass pedals...

incredible tone and playability

i play blues,rock,jazz and country...basically if you can write it i can play it...

#78029 by sanshouheil
Sun Aug 09, 2009 8:39 pm
Somebody say CARVIN ? 8)

Yea, I like their gear. Though I,ve been salivating over a MARHALL 15watt head and mini stack.

Forgive me Carvin, for I have sinned. :lol:

#83242 by Power is Serious
Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:46 am
Equipment List:
PA SPEAKERS (front of house) -Tri-amped set up that consists of;

(Highs)-Radian 850-PB drivers and long throw EV horns.

(Mids) -Large "long throw mid bins" loaded with Eminence extended range 15" drivers.

(Lows)-Cerwin EL-36 folded horns (2 per side).


PA RACK;

(Cross over)-Rane AC-23B

(Highs)-Crest FA-901

(Mids)-Crest FA-1201

(Lows)-Two Crest FA-2401 (each of these are bridged in mono and drive a pair of Cerwin EL-36 folded horns)


INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT;

GUITARIST-
G&L 'Legacy special' thats been routed in the treble pick up position to accommodate a Seymour Duncun "Full shred" humbucking pick up.

Boss GX-700 pre amp

Metal Zone pedal (patched into the send/return of the GX-700 pre amp).

Tech 21 "Midi Mouse" (for changing patches)

Carvin DCM 1000, 350 watts per channel @ 4 ohms)

(2) Marshall 1960A 4x12" cabs (each 4 ohm cab is driven with up to 350 watts).

BASSIST;
1985 Fender P-bass

Rotosound Swing bass 66 medium light gauge strings(RS-66LB)

Bi-amped rig consisting of;

Sansamp PSA-2.1 pre amp.

Carvin BX-1200 bass amp (used for mid bass/mids).

Rack mounted parametric EQ (to filter out mids and highs while boosting lows)

Crest FA-1201 (bridged in mono) to power lows.

...combined total bi-amped power -2,250 watts RMS.

Bassists Speakers consist of; a single 4x12" upright cab loaded with (4) Eminence 'Swamp Thang' 12" guitar speakers (mid bass/mids)

a 2x18" cabinet loaded with (2) Eminence Definimax 18" speakers (lows)





MONITORS;
(Drummers PA monitor) "tri-amped" JBL 4699b cab containing;
a JBL 2425J driver/horn(highs),
a Eminence Delta 10" speaker(mids),
a Eminence "Sigma" 18" speaker(lows)

(Bassists PA monitor) "Bi-amped" -(2) single 18" cabs, each with an Eminence lightweight 18" speaker (lows),

A Yamaha 12"/horn cabinet(mid/highs).

(Guitarists PA monitor)"Bi-amped" -single 18" sub(lows),
a Peavey PR-15 (mid/highs)

(Vocalists PA monitor)-Typical 12"/horn monitor wedge,
small mic stand powered monitor

(Drummers "guitar & bass" monitor) -Stereo 15 band EQ, one side dedicated for guitar, the other for bass eq.
The guitar side of the eq feeds one channel of a QSC GX3 which then feeds a 10" Eminence Delta 10.
The other side of the eq feeds the other channel of the QSC GX3 which then feeds an Eminence Delta-15(to monitor bass guitar).
Both speakers are in the same cabinet but are internally seperated.
(This monitor is used by the drummer during shows to fine tune the bass and guitar).

#84342 by EL84
Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:36 pm
Nothing wrong with squier guitars. no need to go into all the diffrences between them and a usa fender strat, the price for one, but they do all
you need em to do, especially if your giging, cause it doesn't matter if you throw it at your amp or drag it around. easy to replace. the deville is a cool amp pretty much like a super reverb with a few more features.
if you really want a sound machine that will bust your speakers, get a
hiwatt schematic and build one for half the cost of a new one. i wish those
engl amps were not so expensive.

#84382 by Starfish Scott
Tue Sep 22, 2009 5:32 pm
The difference between squiers and reg strats, etc. is an old thread.

And a good one as well.

#86954 by utopiaskyman
Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:43 pm
Main Bass guitars: Ibanez Thunderbird (Prelawsuit), Epiphone Thunderbird, Gear: 2)- Behringer BVT5500 2)-acoustic 301 cabinets 2)-Peavey 4-12LH cabinets loaded with black widows, or for smaller shows a Peavet 18-20 cab loaded with 1-18" speaker and two 10" speakers. Yamaha wireless diversity receiver and transmitter, behringer rack tuner and to support this I have a 20,000 watt triamped PA system with 4)-Double 18 subs and 4)-horn and 15 High packs GETTER DONE! :lol: :) :D :wink: PS. The picture on my profile is my lightshow owned by me! SWEET!

#93744 by Chris2203
Mon Dec 14, 2009 4:58 pm
Due to my pending move next month, I had to quit my band and shrink my rig.
I was using 4 4x12 Marshall Cabs pushed by a JCM800 2203 head and JCM800 2203X Reissue head.
I sold all of that and put together a more compact rig.
1 MESA Boogie Mark IVb medium head and a 2x12 vertical Rectifier cab.
I also changed out pedalboard setups from a Boss GT-8 based system to a Line 6 M13 based board.
There is also a small rack that has my compressor & Hush that run in the FX loop of the Mark IV.

Amp
http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee60 ... rig002.jpg

Pedalboard
http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee60 ... ard001.jpg

Rack
http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee60 ... ack001.jpg

#93804 by sanshouheil
Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:44 am
Cool!

Photos.


Good idea Chris.

#93824 by Chris2203
Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:24 pm
sanshouheil wrote:Good idea Chris.


Time will tell...although this vertical 2x12 cab is oversized and only about 5"x7" smaller than a Rectifier 4x12, it doesn't have as much bottom end as a 4x12.

For ease, weight and compact-ness, I may have sold myself short.
It was a necessity though, as I have too much stuff to move.

The way I justified it was that the majority of gigs I have been doing, backline was provided, so I would just bring my head and use whatever cabs were there.

Worst case, I can always pick up a used 4x12 if needed once I get settled up in Albany and get in another band.

#93826 by Starfish Scott
Tue Dec 15, 2009 2:32 pm
Glen is in upstate NY, right?

I know he's chomping at the bit..

#98780 by Guitfidulation
Tue Jan 26, 2010 8:22 pm
Jackson Rhoads V
Epiphone SG
Epiphone Texan (actually 60's not a reissue)

Marshall TSL 100 (Voodoo mods on the way!!!)
1960a

Rocktron Xpression
MIDI mate
Boss MT-2 (Modded)

Coming Soon:
Korg Rack tuner
Monster Power 2500
DBX 215 Dual 15 Band EQ
ESP EC 1000 FR (EMG's will be wired up to 18V and Afterburner will also be added)
Rocktron HUSH Pro

I've used all of it before

#99493 by ColorsFade
Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:49 pm
Guitfidulation wrote:Rocktron HUSH Pro


Get the Decimator instead. It's pricier, but the best noise reduction system I've ever used. And I've used a couple Rocktron models (and I LOVE Rocktron gear)

#99977 by Donald Laird
Sat Feb 06, 2010 4:08 pm
Guitars: Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top,PRS 513,Fender Strat, Fender Jim Root Telecaster, Steinberger G4, Rick Turner Model-1-LB, Gretsh Chet Atkins, Martin 000-15, Martin 000-16GTE, Rickenbacker 330/12, Eric Clapton Stratocaster.
Amps: Fender Jazzmaster Ultralite x 2, Fender Bandmaster+ 2x12 Cabinet, Egnater Renegade + 2x12 Cabinet, Phil Jones Bass Suitcase, Crate Powerblock 150, Hughes and Kettner 20W Combo. Vox AC-30
Effects: TC Electronics Rack G System, Boss GT-10, Line-6 MM-4, Carl Martin Quattro, Sennheiser Radio System, Peterson Strobe Tuner, BOSS Tuner, Korg Tuner.

#104007 by Donald Laird
Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:09 pm
Guitars: Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top,PRS 513,Fender Strat, Fender Jim Root Telecaster, Steinberger G4, Rick Turner Model-1-LB, Gretsh Chet Atkins, Martin 000-15, Martin 000-16GTE, Rickenbacker 330/12, Eric Clapton Stratocaster. NS-4 Upright Bass.
Amps: Fender Jazzmaster Ultralite x 2, Fender Bandmaster+ 2x12 Cabinet, Egnater Renegade + 2x12 Cabinet, Phil Jones Bass Suitcase, Crate Powerblock 150, Hughes and Kettner 20W Combo. Vox AC-30, Bugera V55 vintage head. Bose L1 System (Acoustic Guitars).
Effects: TC Electronics Rack G System, Boss GT-10, Line-6 MM-4, Carl Martin Quattro, Sennheiser Radio System, Peterson Strobe Tuner, BOSS Tuner, Korg Tuner.

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