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Discussion in 'Worship Service Players' started by Aaron1061, Sep 10, 2018.
change my mind
But how do you hook up THIS???
Your picture failed to show THIS as well
That is a pretty sweet rig! What guitar is that? I’m 99.999999999999% sure I need one, although the wife will probably disagree...
you got me hahahaha
look up sublime guitars! theyre GREAT
That guitar is going to be too quiet without a speaker in the rig....
Nah, I think he's running it through the speakers in the laptop which is a very under rated 2x1" cabinet, and it's stereo Just funnin,
Laptop speakers.... That'll have a sonic character.
Guys, I’m pretty sure it’s a perspective thing.
I think it’s a lyrics screen with integrated PA, like this:
"WHOOOOOoooooaaaaaaa! Those speakers in that laptop are just a bit too hot buddy. What'd you think this place is - Wembley Arena. Sheesh - gonna take somebodies head off with that thing. Guitar players and their obnoxious gear. Freakin' Prima Donna's..."
On a more serious note. If it sounds and feels great to you, makes you confident, and inspires you to play and make music, then I'd say it's a pretty awesome rig for you. I don't know about "Ultimate" though. I hope this isn't troll bait.
There are definitely better out there! but dollar per pound value, i dont think theres better than the helix and sublime!
Checked sublime guitars for the first time. Looks nice
That is a nice looking guitar. What is Sublime's story?
Meh this was my favorite P&W rig set up on stage at Cathedral of the cross. Rocked this for about 6 years or so!!
Looking out to the crowd from stage
Sounded like THIS!
globally crafted company. they apparently found a number of single shop luthiers all over the world to do pieces of their guitars. electronics, pickups, necks, frets etc. and then have them assembled in korea, and TRULY setup in FL. really great guitars at a decent price point.
Hmmmm...processed and fake....like most of today's worship music.
I kid, I kid. (I know it sounds great)