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Loving my new rig!!!

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Guitarist4u36, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Guitarist4u36

    Guitarist4u36 TDPRI Member

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    Hey everyone. I've had some time this winter (off season) to put together my new rig. It sounds killer!!! Everything is new except for my tele. I'm excited to try it out for the first time this weekend. :D

    Rig includes:
    Fender American Deluxe Telecaster
    Mesa Lonestar Special
    Line 6 M13
    Wampler Hot Wired
    Wampler Paisley Drive
    Wampler Ego Compressor
    TC Electronic Polytune
    EX-1 Expression Pedal
    Ernie Ball Jr. Volume Pedal
    Shure Wireless
    Pedaltrain Pro
    VooDoo PP+
    Timara "Vamp Stand" Amp Stand
    On Stage Guitar Stand
    Lava Pedalboard kit
    Armor Gold Cable
     

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  2. garytelecastor

    garytelecastor Poster Extraordinaire

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    Very sweet. Have you gigged with it yet?
     
  3. rangercaster

    rangercaster Poster Extraordinaire

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    i bet that would still be a great rig with just the cable and without the Line 6 M13
    Wampler Hot Wired
    Wampler Paisley Drive
    Wampler Ego Compressor
    TC Electronic Polytune
    EX-1 Expression Pedal
    Ernie Ball Jr. Volume Pedal
    Shure Wireless
    Pedaltrain Pro
    VooDoo PP+
    Timara "Vamp Stand" Amp Stand
    On Stage Guitar Stand
    Lava Pedalboard kit ;)
     
  4. Guitarist4u36

    Guitarist4u36 TDPRI Member

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    Thanks guys!!!

    I haven't gigged with it yet. Just here at the house. I will be this weekend though.

    I agree Rangercaster!! I'm mainly using the m13 for delays, modulations, etc.

    This setup gives me just about everything I need for most situations.
     
  5. Twang Factor 10

    Twang Factor 10 Tele-Meister

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    Cool Rig!! That rig is for mostly country, right? Close to what I'm after. I'm looking for another amp. How well do you like the Mesa? I'm playing thru a 68' Fender Pro-Reverb. I love the tone but as anything electronic of that vintage, it seems to leave me on the side of the road a lot. Did I mention its heavy? So let me know how you like that Mesa!
     
  6. Guitarist4u36

    Guitarist4u36 TDPRI Member

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    Hey Twang.
    Yeah...it's mostly a country rig although the hot wired and paisley allows me to get a lot of good classic rock tones. I get calls for gigs from country to jazz to rock so I need enough stuff to cover all the bases.
    I've used several Mesas over the years and several Fenders as well. I've used the mark 4 series, the roadster, the lonestar classic 212 and now the lonestar special 112. I won't kid you....Mesas are heavy amps as well!! The roadster and lonestar classic were both up around 100lbs!! That's some of the reason I didn't stay with them although they sounded great. This lonestar is around 65lbs I believe so while it's still heavy, it's not as bad. So far it has some very sweet and warm cleans!! I would say close to a twin if a twin were to have a single 12 in it. It's a LOUD amp for 35 watts too, but I can tell you more overall after I gig with it this weekend.
     
  7. telex76

    telex76 Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Enjoy it. I'll stick with my tele cord and amp.
     
  8. Twang Factor 10

    Twang Factor 10 Tele-Meister

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    Next time I'm in Nashville I'll have to test drive some Mesas.
     
  9. Guitarist4u36

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    There's a place for that too...did that many times!!! ;)
     
  10. mjbk24

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    Amp looks great. Wish I could afford one!
     
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