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Portable Rig

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by AngelStrummer, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. AngelStrummer

    AngelStrummer Friend of Leo's

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    Some times I go to a friend's place to have a home jam. He lives a 10 minute walk from me and until now I've always taken my JC-55, loaded with Eminence Alpha-8 speakers and it's really heavy.

    I've had an old practice amp (Washburn BD-12) and a DS-1 and Joyo Analog Chorus lying around for some time, plus cables and transformer, so I put this together, with three extra boxes and a simple pedal board.

    The most expensive component is the DynaComp:

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    And I'm very pleased with it :cool:
     
  2. Peegoo

    Peegoo Poster Extraordinaire

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    When my pals and I get together for...music appreciation, it's always a Microcube (we all have 'em) and a guitar in one hand, and a six-pak of beer in the other.
     
  3. J. Bonkosky

    J. Bonkosky Tele-Meister Silver Supporter

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    Cool little unpretentious rig. I like it!
     
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    image.jpg It starts like this...
     
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  5. Chiogtr4x

    Chiogtr4x Doctor of Teleocity

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    Long live the Micro Cube!
    ( got mine last year, remarkable what's packed inside and the sound)
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    You might really like the ZT Lunchbox Junior! It’s super small but can be heard over a drum kit.
     
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    ZT Lunchbox FTW -- I have had the regular one, not the Junior, for years. It's almost all I use unless it's a gig, and I've even used it at a small gig with a full band, with great results. Likes pedals, and can be loud as all get out. It's rated a 200 watts max, so a little over 100 in reality. Just bought a DV Mark 1-12 neo cab for it, and I plan to use it as a lightweight gigging solution.
     
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  8. AngelStrummer

    AngelStrummer Friend of Leo's

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    I've played a ZT Lunchbox and yes, it's great.

    It's just that in this specific case, I only wanted to buy what was needed.

    I've now spent enough time with it over the weekend and I'm a happy camper, no regrets, a really good little setup.
     
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