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Old 18-03-2004, 06:44 PM   #31
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Originally posted by soulcialism
i play bass more than guitar,

current rig:
fender pbass (99 i think)
'72 sunn sceptre head
acoustic 420 cabinet (single 15 folded horn design)

...loud as shit

have been in punk bands for going on 7 years or so... last band toured, released 2 7"s before dissolving and had articles and interviews in maximum rocknroll and short fast & loud (kinda small genre based magazines but big deal to anyone who likes punk)

there's a picture of my old rig at ... don't mind the quality of the picture, digital cameras getting bumped around in basements... also.. our drummer, he's not amish, he just has a beard

nice.. those Acoustic folded horns ARE teh shit. 1970s technology & design and a single speaker and it still blows the pants of anything comparable today SPL-wise..
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Old 20-03-2004, 04:25 AM   #32
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I've been playing for 23 years this May, playing semi-professionally for 18 years. I've had assorted Kramer's (yeah, the old 80's Heavy Metal guitars with the Floyd Rose), a couple of Gibsons and Gibson clones, and Fenders. My main guitar at the moment is a 1997 Fender American Standard Strat with the honeyburst finish. I swear, it's the first guitar that I've never done any work to. Normally, the first thing I do when I get a guitar is start taking it apart to make it like I want it, but this was perfect from the very first instant I touched it. I'll die playing this guitar.

As for amps and effects, my amp is the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe all tube combo. I've had full stacks of Marshalls and Ampegs and Peavey ( I live in MS), and these Fenders rock. I've not been able to turn it over 2, and I have never had to mike it at a gig. Effects are just a Dunlop Crybaby that I bought in 1986 that I have made some mods to and an old (circa 1964-65) Electro-Harmonix Small Clone Chorus pedal. That's it. I rarely ever touch delay, and just use the spring reverb built into the amp.

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Old 20-03-2004, 12:23 PM   #33
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Hmmm...I once had a pretty old crybaby (mid/late 70s) - a huge, heavy monster it was, with a solid steel framing.

Someday someone stole it after a gig...
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