Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by postpostrock » Fri Oct 12, 2018 4:15 pm

Jazzmaster
Quiet Theory Prelude
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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by offsets4life » Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:53 pm

Can't do it with the pedals and guitars i currently own... Mostly cos i don't usually play "FAVORITES", and i can't make up my mind the rest of the time.
My old Jazzmaster has been used for everything and sounds pretty good overall generally, but there are some specific tones it just can't quite get.
And the sole amp I currently have might get traded out later down the track.

Guitars; Either a Travis Bean 500 w/p-90s. Or a Black Les Paul Custom. Or maybe a Ricky 360 or a Firebird? Big or small body Gretsch?? ;D
And at least one 12 string. Maybe electric AND acoustic 12s?

Pedals; Either a tube pre-amp or a Univibe RI. I think ? Plus a couple more I need to buy back again. :shifty:
Amps; Stereo vibrato Magnatone RI or either an AC15 or small JCM 800 Combo/ head.
or , possibly the 74 JMP head I sold to my Friend. :'(
O, and a white tolex pre-65 Bassman head,w/Presence. Gaaahhh... :-*

And a lot of different speaker combos to suit those amps.

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by wooderson » Mon Oct 15, 2018 12:05 am

Jazzblaster - good WRHBs (I have experience with vintage and Lollar Regals but I'd guess any of the other big ones would be fine) hit all the marks for me.

Science Mother (Hiwatt-based with a FAC like Orange/Matamp); if an attenuator isn't cheating I want my Power Station, the Mother is obscenely loud, uncomfortable to practice with if the master is over ~2.5

Pedal - I guess one of the fancy pants reverb pedals with lots of options since the Mother doesn't have reverb.

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by garyfanclub » Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:36 pm

- Guitar: mid-60s Jaguar (honorable mention, 70s Telecaster Custom)
- Amp: mid-60s Ampeg Reverberocket 2
- Pedal: Deluxe Memory Man

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by jamietay » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:34 pm

ill take a 59 les paul into my klon into my dumble.


after i sell those, in my personal studio in in my beach house.......

ill play my shell pink firebird V into my strymon deco through my benson chimeira
can i scream?

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by nanamour » Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:41 am

garyfanclub wrote:
Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:36 pm
- Guitar: mid-60s Jaguar (honorable mention, 70s Telecaster Custom)
- Amp: mid-60s Ampeg Reverberocket 2
- Pedal: Deluxe Memory Man
*words of approval/affirmation*

Swap that Tele Custom for an AV64 and that’s my setup the vast majority of the time. The DMM lives permanently atop the Reverberocket.

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Post by flysky578 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:23 pm

Guitar: My Yamaha Cv820Wb

Amp: Diezel D Moll

Pedal: Either a looper or a delay pedal (DD3/Arp 87)

Im just such a sucker for delay/ambient stuff

Diezel has a nice Clean and Hi Gain channel

And with the guitar the rest.Offset, Hollowbody, Big corpus,locking floyd style tremolo and nice pickups for both worlds..it's all I need.

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by Steadyriot. » Fri Oct 19, 2018 5:11 am

I mean to get me everywhere:
- Guitar: Telecaster
- Amp: Kemper
- Pedal: Boss DD500

To just have fun:
- Guitar: Jaguar OR a Telecaster
- Amp: Vox AC30HW head with 2x12 loaded with blue's (with MV)
- Pedal: Boss DD500
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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by garyfanclub » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:07 am

nanamour wrote:
Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:41 am
garyfanclub wrote:
Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:36 pm
- Guitar: mid-60s Jaguar (honorable mention, 70s Telecaster Custom)
- Amp: mid-60s Ampeg Reverberocket 2
- Pedal: Deluxe Memory Man
*words of approval/affirmation*

Swap that Tele Custom for an AV64 and that’s my setup the vast majority of the time. The DMM lives permanently atop the Reverberocket.
Same, my DMM is a permanent fixture on the RR2! Set for a hazy reverb/subtle echo, this setup can cover so much ground, and is very easy on the ears, even when you push the amp a bit.

Definitely a desert island rig for me. Love it for the 60s inspired surfy/garage scuzz I play. Also does the pseudo Godspeedesque spaghetti western vibes on my mellower days.

(My Jag isn’t a mid 60s one (Avri with a 65 neck) but it’s close enough. Some day!)

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by Maggieo » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:34 am

Telliot wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:25 am
What I tend to play with all the time:

Thinline Telecaster > Sarno Earth Drive > '66 Princeton Reverb
Goddammit, Todd!!! How is it that you are so fucking COOL?!?!?!? :-* :-* :-* :-* :-* :-* :-* :-* :-*
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Post by Telliot » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:45 am

:blush: :-*

Thanks, Maggie.
The cool thing about fretless is you can hit a note...and then renegotiate.

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by jam007 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 4:02 pm

Currently running (and don't feel the need to change):
2015 60's Classic Jazzmaster
'66 Super Reverb
Xotic BB Preamp Pedal
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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by mazzjaster » Sat Oct 20, 2018 7:28 pm

Guitar: Johnny Marr Jag
Amp: Fender Vibrolux
Pedal: Strymon El Capistan

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by spilltray » Sun Oct 21, 2018 5:53 am

Starcaster RI with upgraded WRHB
Op amp Big Muff
AC30

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Re: Pick your one guitar, one pedal and one amp...

Post by Maggieo » Sun Oct 21, 2018 8:59 am

I just started playing around with the Tele-Gib--->Belle Epoch----->Nano Head.
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