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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by igor5, Sep 26, 2021.
I watched that last weekend. Kid in a candy store
What a setup. Trey is the man.
Oh my... that Trainwreck. Lordy.
All things considered, it doesn't appear to me that his rig is overly complex. It sure takes up a lot of real estate, though the flow is really logical. Obviously Phish has decades of music to cover, so the sprawl is (mostly) necessary. That said, it's clear Trey loves his gadgets, too.
The delay and other toys processing the mic'd signal from the Trainwreck and Bruno cabinet is genius. Larry Carlton does that as well and it makes a massive difference.
I had to watch the bit about the space reverb twice (starting around 21.30)!
I appreciate his enthusiasm. The guy just geeks out. Very cool.
I saw this a couple of weeks ago. Trey is still so full of enthusiasm after 30 years as a pro, it’s contagious, one of the ultimate gear geeks, love that guy.
That's what I thought. I have most of the effects. No nice ps or switching systems. Or talent.
At Shoreline! Have seen so many shows there.
I'll take the Trainwreck. You guys can grapple over the rest.
No nice "amps", is what I tried to say...
I saw Phish many times in the early 90's. The first time was at Tips in New Orleans 91. Needless to say, it was a very interesting experience. Still to this day I can remember how amazing Tre was/is. Dude has mad skills and now all the gear his heart desires. Keep on picking!
And yet, Phish just keeps coming out of the speakers...no thank you.