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    I love to run this in stereo and/or Vox clean, Boogie dirty.



    The Vox is a '97 made in UK reissue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woundtight View Post
    Kerry, Nice Rig(s)! I see a name change in your future..Boogie to SupaD
    Ha! No kidding Mike! It's tough to switch gears so drastically like this, but the Super D is delivering the goods...and it didn't take me 3 months to dial it in.

    DirtyM inspired me to take a new photo (SWEET stuff, BTW). Since we're refinishing the basement (office/mini studio here I come!) my important gear is upstairs with the rest of my gig stuff. The giant Bandmaster 2x12 cab and Bassman 100's monstrous 4x12 are the only things missing. The days of my lugging those upstairs routinely are soon to be gone.


    Bob, I've always wanted a Mesa Thiele cab for one of my EV12Ls to stack under the combo. It's a fabled combination.

    Tony, that is a magnificent rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogie View Post
    Tony, that is a magnificent rig.
    Look who's talking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogie View Post

    The giant Bandmaster 2x12 cab and Bassman 100's monstrous 4x12 are the only things missing. The days of my lugging those upstairs routinely are soon to be gone.
    I had that Bandmaster setup, too, and you are not kidding about having to haul that bastid around! I took the back off the cab to see if Leo had lost a toolbox or a couple bricks while building it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonGuitar View Post
    Mainly this:



    with bits of this sprinkled in to taste, ONLY to serve the song:



    USED TO be this:

    Love your rig man, btw does this towel smell like chloroform (runs away cackling maniacally with BG's favorite DGT)
    As far as myself I am unable to post pics at the moment but right now my go to rig is pretty straight forward

    513 or DGT ===> Lovepedal Kanji 9 ===> Bogner 20th anniv. Shiva head ===> Marshall 2x12 cabs

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    Here is what I am running right now

    My name is Matt and I'm a guitarholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas_minor_blues View Post
    Love your rig man, btw does this towel smell like chloroform (runs away cackling maniacally with BG's favorite DGT)
    Thanks for the complement brother, and now that you mention it, that towel surrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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    My "rig" pales in comparison.....

    My go to is my SE One and a Line 6 PODHD500 through a Line 6 DT-25.
    - Dane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danerada View Post
    My "rig" pales in comparison.....

    My go to is my SE One and a Line 6 PODHD500 through a Line 6 DT-25.
    Mine isn't going to grace the cover of any guitar mags either! I do know quite a few touring guitarists who are rockin' really small rigs with easily replaceable items such as ours. There are a lot of benefits to not being tied down with expensive and bulky gear. Seeing the simplicity of a few of my friends who work ALL THE TIME for a bunch of different national acts really opened my mind to what you really need, and what you don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danerada View Post
    My "rig" pales in comparison.....

    My go to is my SE One and a Line 6 PODHD500 through a Line 6 DT-25.
    i think that's an awesome rig! Very flexible....I have owned a few of the pod generations...up to the POD XT Live...ton of fun and very flexible...would love to hear how the HD500 sounds paired with the DT-25.
    -Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    Mine isn't going to grace the cover of any guitar mags either! I do know quite a few touring guitarists who are rockin' really small rigs with easily replaceable items such as ours. There are a lot of benefits to not being tied down with expensive and bulky gear. Seeing the simplicity of a few of my friends who work ALL THE TIME for a bunch of different national acts really opened my mind to what you really need, and what you don't.
    sergio you don't think I normally haul that Rivera Head and that cab around do you? I'm pretty sure that cab alone weighs over 100lbs! It's mostly my smaller combo's that get the call.
    -Bob

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    I got a G-System yesterday, spent a big of time last night getting it working with the Mark V. Now I can control the Mark V channels with the G-System, as well as use the EQ/Solo/Boost functions with the G-System. Used a RJM mini amp gizmo, works a treat! I like the "simplicity" of having a multi-fx unit which also controls the amp.

    PRS->G-System->4CM->Mini Amp Gizmo->Mark V

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    Quote Originally Posted by justmund View Post
    I got a G-System yesterday, spent a big of time last night getting it working with the Mark V. Now I can control the Mark V channels with the G-System, as well as use the EQ/Solo/Boost functions with the G-System. Used a RJM mini amp gizmo, works a treat! I like the "simplicity" of having a multi-fx unit which also controls the amp.

    PRS->G-System->4CM->Mini Amp Gizmo->Mark V
    Very cool! Congrats!
    -Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMoonsRJT View Post
    sergio you don't think I normally haul that Rivera Head and that cab around do you? I'm pretty sure that cab alone weighs over 100lbs! It's mostly my smaller combo's that get the call.
    I don't know? You might. I know I did for a long time, finally learned my lesson a couple of years ago. If I ever scan my old pictures of my rack rig that I toted around for so long you will understand why this was a big revelation for me. I do think the genre of a band may dictate our feelings of what we are supposed to show up with though, and sometimes it's a visual aspect to see a half stack or a wall of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    I don't know? You might. I know I did for a long time, finally learned my lesson a couple of years ago. If I ever scan my old pictures of my rack rig that I toted around for so long you will understand why this was a big revelation for me. I do think the genre of a band may dictate our feelings of what we are supposed to show up with though, and sometimes it's a visual aspect to see a half stack or a wall of them.

    Yeah I know....I mean I would love to bring that cab...specifically for the 300 watt sub! But my days of hauling around stuff like that are over...plus most stages I get near are postage stamp sized....my Venus 5 and rectoverb combos at fifty watts each are pretty much too darn loud. And practically too big! (Doesn't stop me from using them though!). Even those are heavy suckers.
    -Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by south89 View Post
    Here is what I am running right now


    Ah.!!! I dig it! I sometimes use my rectoverb and bring my single rec head as a backup...just in case the rectoverb goes down.
    -Bob

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    It's weird. I still love amps, pedals, racks, the tones, and all those things that light up, but I feel like it is a thing of the past for me. I've spent too many years hauling and guarding stuff, I try to keep it to something that I can manage. I can put boss a multi efx unit and a little Fender amp in the van/car/trailer and only concentrate on where my guitars are, and that makes me more accessible to fans and to the great experiences I couldn't have if I was worried about my boutique "blah, blah, boblawblog" amp and pedals.

    Now I can go out for drinks, or spend the night somewhere, or not back up the van against every wall as much.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    It's weird. I still love amps, pedals, racks, the tones, and all those things that light up, but I feel like it is a thing of the past for me. I've spent too many years hauling and guarding stuff, I try to keep it to something that I can manage. I can put boss a multi efx unit and a little Fender amp in the van/car/trailer and only concentrate on where my guitars are, and that makes me more accessible to fans and to the great experiences I couldn't have if I was worried about my boutique "blah, blah, boblawblog" amp and pedals.

    Now I can go out for drinks, or spend the night somewhere, or not back up the van against every wall as much.



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    -Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMoonsRJT View Post
    Fans? What are those?
    You know, those things that blow your hair?

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