What's your rig? You get 1 amp, 1 guitar, and 1 pedal.

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by theprofessor, Oct 15, 2017.

  1. BopT

    BopT Tele-Afflicted

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    Tele, Princeton Reverb and Hendrix version of a Cry Baby [emoji24]
     
  2. Urshurak776

    Urshurak776 Tele-Holic

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    Tele, KLON, 5E3 w/.022 Coupling cap and negative feedback..........SAAAAAAAWEEEEEET
     
  3. Random1643

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    This is stuff I have and am happy with:
    • Tube Amp Factory 14R-12C; 14-watt, 6V6-based amp (prototype)
    • Gretsch Electromatic Thinline (G5620T-CB) modded with Bill Lawrence/Wilde L90 pickups
    • Geez, lessee....I guess Lotus Pedal Gray Tremolo which can be used as a clean boost; the amp has a Fat Switch & the guitar can drive the amp so I don't need OD, and the amp has Reverb...the pedal is the hardest one
     
  4. beagle

    beagle Friend of Leo's

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  6. beachbreak

    beachbreak Tele-Meister

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    Peavey Classic 30 and Fender Cyber-Deluxe, A/B/BOTH switch.

    All my effects sounds are from the Cyber-Deluxe, straight sound from the C30 and Cyber-Deluxe '59 Bassman setting.
     
  7. charlie chitlin

    charlie chitlin Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    Any guitar ;)
     
  8. beachbreak

    beachbreak Tele-Meister

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    Sorry, I now see the topic is only for one of each category.

    Amp-Fender Cyber-deluxe.
    Guitar-Fender Fat Telecaster.
    No pedals needed with Cyber-Deluxe.
     
  9. rxtech

    rxtech Tele-Holic

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    Nice
     
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  10. stratoman1

    stratoman1 Friend of Leo's

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    If it's equipment on hand i'll go with

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  11. FenderGuy53

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    This isn't my "what WOULD", this is my "what IS":

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    Roland Blues Cube Hot (Fender Tweed)
    Valeton Dapper Mini

    Nothing special. Nothing fancy. But it takes me to that "happy place".
     
  12. BobbyB

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  13. viking

    viking Friend of Leo's

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    Of what I own :
    Havent played Strats for a while , but either that , or a Tele or Les Paul , dont care which
    Amp : Peavey Classic 30
    Pedal : Boss DD3 or DM2-3

    If just two pedals were allowed , I would use a SF or BF BMR , Super or Pro. Other pedal would be a Boss SD1 , or another TS type pedal
     
  14. supersoldier71

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    PRS S2 Standard 24, Korg SDD-3000, and either my Peavey Classic 50 or a Mustang 3 if I needed other effects.

    But assuming I don’t need tremolo, chorus or flanger, I’d be fine with the C50 410.
     
  15. John How

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    I played for years on a silver face fender baseman head into two 15” jbl’s, with a strat and a guitar cord...Amp about on 10...I’m about half deaf because of that...So my amp of choice is something with no more than a dozen watts...I have a home made vibrochamp that I like but I think a les Paul special with P-90’s into a klon clone into a brown Princeton would do just fine...
    Don’t need reverb if I’m playin into a nice room...
     
  16. srolfeca

    srolfeca Tele-Meister

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    Me too.

    My 5E3 and Thinline, with a Strymon Big Sky.
     
  17. slinger

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    alberts rig will do..
     
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    Crybaby Wah.
     
  19. gridlock

    gridlock Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Guess that if I had to go with just one rig, it would be my Marshall Astoria Classic, my Gibson Les Paul Classic Gold Top, and my Greer Lightspeed OD pedal.

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  20. archetype

    archetype Fiend of Leo's

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    A/B pedal to toggle the channel jumper cable

    Old school and nowhere to hide. I can play or not. If the latter, everyone's going to know it.
     
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