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So this is what my setup should look like soon :)

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Looks good, hopefully you like it

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More to come, I am one very excited boy :D

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More to come, I am one very excited boy :D

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(Y) :punk:

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More to come, I am one very excited boy :D

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I wouldn't even know what to do with that EQ. I have an MXR 10 band and it's enough for me :p.

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Haha, yeah I have one of those too but wanted more versatility/dual EQ. I did Music Tech at College so I've got a fair idea of what I'm doing ;)

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Is all that just for playing at home?

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Recently, my dad suddenly wanted to relearn the guitar again, so as his Christmas present to himself, he went and bought this:

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An Epiphone Les Paul.

He also got a Roland Micro Cube amp for it, as well as a bag, a stand, and an electric tuner as well.

It's very beautiful. :wub:

I was actually thinking of learning the guitar myself, but I wanted to do it through Rock Band 3, with their Fender Mustand MIDI guitar they've brought out. Unfortunately, a lack of money has stopped me there. :(

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Is all that just for playing at home?

Heh, yeah, but it's powerful enough to play most venues (the JSX is a 120W valve amp, and MY GOD is it loud)

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I have :

Gibson Les Paul Standard - 1989 model, with Tobacco Burst effect, and a Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro in the neck and a DiMarzio Super Distortion in the bridge.

Running into a BOSS TU-2 Tuner

Running into a Marshall JCM 2553 Silver Jubilee Amplifier. 1988 model.

I run that into a Marshall 1960 Cab.

I have an Electro Harmonix LPB-1 in the effects loop of the amp, for solo boosts.

I LOVE guitar and I play every day. I'm in a band and we have gigged a bunch but recently got a new singer. I write the music and the new singer is putting new words down to my melodies for gigging next year :)

Ignore the cab, that's a custom built one that I don't use anymore, and it's a fake Mesa logo. The cab has V30's in it, and I now use larger speakers.

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Here's a close up of my guitar :

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For professional use...

Amps & Effects

3x Mesa Boogie Mark V amps

1x Voodoo Labs GCX Switcher (for amp input and channel select)

1x Korg DTR 2000 Rack Tuner

1x Dunlop DSR-2SR Rack Wah system with 2 Controllers

1x Mesa Boogie High Gain Amp Switcher

1x TC Electronics C400XL Compressor/ Gate

1x Keeley Modded Tube Screamer

1x MXR EVH Flanger

1x MXR EVH Phaser

1x Digital Music Corp. System Mix Line Mixer

1x TC Electronics 1210 Spatial Expander/ Stereo Chorus/ Flanger

3x TC Electronics M3000 Reverb/ Delay

1x Eventide H7600 Harmonizer

1x Custom Patch Bay for Pedalboard connections

1x Furman AR Pro Power Conditioner

3x Axess Electronics GRX4 Audio Switchers for Pedal and Effects switching

1x Axess Electronics CRX4 Control Function Switcher

1x Furman Aura Pedal for Acoustic

1x Radial DI Box for Acoustic to PA system

Pedalboard:

1 Axess Electronics FX-1 Midi Foot Controller w/ expander

1 Dunlop DCR-IFC Wah Controller

1 Ernieball 25k Stereo Volume Pedal

1 Boss TU-2 Tuner

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I officially hate you, to hell and back :|

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I officially hate you, to hell and back :|

is this means you dont wanna see my new home studio ? :(

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Heh, yeah, but it's powerful enough to play most venues (the JSX is a 120W valve amp, and MY GOD is it loud)

Haha!! Yeah, Peaveys are loud as frack. My 5150 blows stuff off my walls with the post on 2.5!!!

For professional use...

Amps & Effects

3x Mesa Boogie Mark V amps

1x Voodoo Labs GCX Switcher (for amp input and channel select)

1x Korg DTR 2000 Rack Tuner

1x Dunlop DSR-2SR Rack Wah system with 2 Controllers

1x Mesa Boogie High Gain Amp Switcher

1x TC Electronics C400XL Compressor/ Gate

1x Keeley Modded Tube Screamer

1x MXR EVH Flanger

1x MXR EVH Phaser

1x Digital Music Corp. System Mix Line Mixer

1x TC Electronics 1210 Spatial Expander/ Stereo Chorus/ Flanger

3x TC Electronics M3000 Reverb/ Delay

1x Eventide H7600 Harmonizer

1x Custom Patch Bay for Pedalboard connections

1x Furman AR Pro Power Conditioner

3x Axess Electronics GRX4 Audio Switchers for Pedal and Effects switching

1x Axess Electronics CRX4 Control Function Switcher

1x Furman Aura Pedal for Acoustic

1x Radial DI Box for Acoustic to PA system

Pedalboard:

1 Axess Electronics FX-1 Midi Foot Controller w/ expander

1 Dunlop DCR-IFC Wah Controller

1 Ernieball 25k Stereo Volume Pedal

1 Boss TU-2 Tuner

Incredible. Looks like you have a Dual Rectifier in there too. Also some other Mark series amps (I'm on my phone so I can't see clearly what ones).

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is this means you dont wanna see my new home studio ? :(

I might cry :p

How do you like the Mark V comapred to the Triaxis? :)

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Incredible. Looks like you have a Dual Rectifier in there too. Also some other Mark series amps (I'm on my phone so I can't see clearly what ones).

neah, the Triple rectifier head is reserved for home use only and that is a mark V

I might cry :p

How do you like the Mark V comapred to the Triaxis? :)

Somehow i prefer the Mark V better than the triaxis the main reason is because in the triaxis the more gain you add, the more compressed it gets, sure, but that's metal. Every Mesa sound I want is there in the Triaxis except for the Rectifier heavy sound. But then again it depends on your musical genre also..

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The new home studio, still got a lot of work until its finish..

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VERY nice :)

What do you do?

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neah, the Triple rectifier head is reserved for home use only and that is a mark V

Somehow i prefer the Mark V better than the triaxis the main reason is because in the triaxis the more gain you add, the more compressed it gets, sure, but that's metal. Every Mesa sound I want is there in the Triaxis except for the Rectifier heavy sound. But then again it depends on your musical genre also..

What's below the Mark V? Looks like a Mark II or III?

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What's below the Mark V? Looks like a Mark II or III?

Mark III Green Stripe, ...

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Mark III Green Stripe, ...

Nice!! Do you still have the Mark IV and Mark III, or did you ditch them for the Mark V alltogether? My bro has a Mark V with a Mesa 4x12 and it's killer!!

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Nice!! Do you still have the Mark IV and Mark III, or did you ditch them for the Mark V alltogether?

i still have the mark III, im thinking about trading it with another Mark V but i've spend a lot of money in building my new home studio, need to start saving money again

My bro has a Mark V with a Mesa 4x12 and it's killer!!

That's the difference between $ 400 amps and $2000 amps :laugh:

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i still have the mark III, im thinking about trading it with another Mark V but i've spend a lot of money in building my new home studio, need to start saving money again

That's the difference between $ 400 amps and $2000 amps :laugh:

Haha, well the Mark V definitely blows my 5150 out of the water in every category, except maybe for metal. It's very close. The Mark V is amazing. It's so clear and articulate, and the note separation is superb. But there is just something about the gain and mid structure of the 5150 that can't be beat. It's an absolute beast for metal IMO. Keep in mind that mine had been modified to have an adjustable bias, so I've taken it out of crossover distortion and it's now a lot smoother and less "buzzy" than 5150's are known for. My bro agrees with me on that one BTW.

But yeah, the Mark V is my favorite over all amp I've played through. It's just soooooo versatile.

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  • Ibanez RG7321.
  • Jackson PS4.
  • Yamaha electro-acustic.
  • Mesa Boogie Roadster head & 4x10 Mesa Boogie cab.
  • Marshall valvestate combo (old stuff and AFAIK discontinued, bought second hand about 12 years ago. Great for gigs on small places when I don't feel like carrying heavy equipment around).
  • Line6 PodXT3.
  • Several little toys I barely use anymore: digitech's whammy, dunlop's hendrix wah, boss' metal zone, an old korg multieffect (that I carry around just for tuning on stage)...

I have been playing on several bands (mostly metal) up until three years ago. I moved to other different hobbies but turns out I just can't live without music, so I've just began searching for a new band rofl.gif

It sucks though that I seem to be unable to choose hobbies that aren't expensive pinch.gif

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Tell me about it man, I play guitar and I'm a photographer! :p

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