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    #16
    Okay, cool, seems to have worked. Also, forgive the mess. We moved recently, and I've been given that particular area. I am much less tidy than my wife, and it's a slow process organizing it......

    There's a few more in cases in a closet somewhere.

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      #17
      This is my old one. I haven't gotten another since selling it.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Magoo View Post
        Lemme try to post pics for the first time on the new site...

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        Okay, so I've never actually inventoried what I have, musically.

        Guitars (visible):
        - '99 Epiphone Sheraton II
        - Seagull S6 Acoustic guitar (really solid acoustic)
        - '93 Gibson Les Paul Studio (my first "good" electric; got a nice story with that one)
        - Jay Turser JT-MOS Moserite copy
        - Gibson SG Special
        - Fender American Standard Telecaster (in pieces)
        - G&L Legacy (American, what a Strat WANTS to be [seriously, this thing is NICE])
        - Gretsch G5420T Electromatic ("White Pigeon")
        - Dean USA V (I LOVE the neck on this thing, and whoever says Vs are hard to play sitting down, git gud. It's super comfy.)

        Guitars (cased):
        - ESP LTD F-50 (got it for like $50, as a project)
        - ESP LTD Eclipse Black Metal (chug chug chug)
        - Fender Player's Strat (tobacco burst, Mexican)
        - Gibson Explorer ('76 Reissue, natural walnut)
        - Gibson Explorer (Bill Kelliher "Golden Axe" sig [I don't usually go for sigs, but 1) I love Mastadon, 2) If I had my own sig, it would be built just like this thing...])
        - Gibson Melody Maker Les Paul (that cheap blue one from like 2010, that's apparently worth bank now... [I got the thing NOS from Best Buy for like $300.])
        - Ibanez Prestige RG655 in blue (perfect shredder)

        Basses (visible):
        - 1976 Rickenbacker 4001
        - 80's (Prolly 89) Gibson Q-90
        - Fender American Standard Precision

        Basses (cased):
        - Ibanez SR505
        - Peavey Cirrus 5-string
        - Ernie Ball Stingray SUB

        Misc:
        - Deering Goodtime II banjo
        - Ohana mahogany ukulele
        - Rover RM-75 mandolin
        - My mom's old 50's Silvertone accordion

        Amps:
        - Crate Vintage Club 50 (came with the Les Paul, it matches!)
        - Line 6/VOX VT-30 bastard thing my neighbor made
        - 1974 Fender Vibrochamp (this thing SINGS)
        - Fender Twin Reverb Custom reissue (WAY too goddamn loud for my little house)
        - Ibanez Soundwave 35 (Cheap as hell, has no balls, but sounds surprisingly true. Good little practice amp)
        - Traynor TB-100 (bought as a practice amp, but I actually like the Soundwave better)
        - Orange Brent Hinds Terror (See? I like Mastodon...) on a PPC112 cab
        - Orange Micro Terror (OMG IT'S SO CUTE) on a PPC108 (OMG IT'S SO CUTE)

        Pedals (in this department I am SEVERELY lacking, but eh...)
        - Ibanez TS808
        - Modtone Coliseum reverb
        - Boss RC-1 looper
        - Crybaby wah

        Between all that, I can make sounds I like.

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          That dayglo rick 4001 is just beautiful

        #19
        Just realized I haven't posted my updated pedalboard.



        The pedal selection hasn't changed that drastically. The Walrus Slo and the TC Mini Flashback II have been swapped out for the Mooer LoFi Machine and a Mooer D7 Delay. Seriously, I haven't found a Mooer pedal that I didn't like. The D7 is funny; it a 6 mode delay + looper, with most of the different modes being really weird modulated delays. On almost every mode, I have the time set to zero so I just have the weird modulation.

        The big change is that I managed to cram everything into a flight case. Between the patch bay I added last update, and 90* cable adapters, I can run everything without having to remove the board from the case. And when I want to take it somewhere, I can just unplug everything, throw the cables on top, close the lid and go.

        EDIT: dang that picture looks like crap. It looked much better on my phone...

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          #20
          Just started learning to play bass. My dads played guitar for 40 or so years and so do both my brothers. I had a guitar and amp when I was around 5 or 6 and played around but I never really got into it. Now at 33 I decided to give it a try. Borrowed this '83ish peavey amp from my dad and his washburn bass and started plucking away.

          After a couple weeks of that I decided to jump in with both feet and bought a Peavey Fury VI off goodwill.

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              #22
              These are going into a whacky project guitar I'm dreaming up.

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                #23


                Decided to dramatically simplify my rig. No more pedalboard, no giant tube amp that's way too loud, just the PRS and a Positive Grid Spark. I have a bluetooth footswitch for the Spark in the mail, which will let me toggle on or off overdrives, modulation, delays, etc.

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                  #24
                  OOOOH I just got back into playing my bass's. I'll have to snap a pic of my setup and get in here.

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                    #25
                    I’ll play. Wife and I are both musicians so we basically have a small music store between us. My main axe and drag around gigging rig. Plus my recording rig. Garage after loading back in one night.

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