So this is some pics of my of my gear.
This is my fender deluxe. It has a piezo accoustic pickup in the bridge. Its my pride and joy :
This is my Japanese fender 1962 reissue that ive pimped a bit. It has a mighty rail as a bridge pickup but im gonna
change all the pickups to seymoar duncan stacked humbuckers. Ive also change the saddles to graphtec graphite
saddles since ive taken this picture.
This is my trusty Ibanez RG42-DX. Its a superb sounding guitar with 24 frets and an Edge 3 floating bridge. Its currently
in the music shop being set up for D-Standard tuning with a Drop-C tuned low D string. Metal riffing here i come. I plan
to put in some Seymoar duncan pickups to get a great metal sound out of it. A 59/Jazz in the neck and a Dimebucker
in the bridge should sound awesome.
This used to be my pedal board. Ive removed the tonebone ( traded it as deal for my new amp and sold the boss od-3).
Ive added a line6 distortion modeller to this setup and a dunlop crybaby wah ( origonal sound ). The line6 distortion is
gonna be replaced soon i hope. Im hoping for a tonebone trimode or something.
The rest of the gear in the pedal board consists of Ibanes TS-808 Reissue tubescreamer, a line6 Delay modeler, Boss TU-2 Chromatic tuner, Boss volume pedal and a cheep ass power bank.
I will post a updated pic of the board.
Ok this is my newly aquired Orange OR120 amp. It was made in 1973 and is powered by four EL34 power tubes. It has a Fac switch that basicly alters the "fatness" of the amp sound. Its EQ consists of Hz (Bass and KHz( Treble ). Then it has a HF drive knob which is like a presence knob but it makes the sound to harse and then finally a GAIN knob which controls the amp volume. This amp is 120 watt all valve and sounds amazing. The nice thing about it is that the power amp is always cranked that makes it amazing to listen to even at low volume. The only issue is that some idiot painted it black along the line. So im busy restoring it. At the moment im trying to get all the old vinyl off and ill have to import some orange basket weave vinyl to get it looking origonal again.
I Run it through a cab that used to be an ibanez. It now has 4 Fender bassman speakers in. Im not sure what the exact models are but they are huge and sound amazing.
This is my peavey classic 30. Its a great blues and rock amp and its DAMN loud. Dont let the size fool you. It runs 4 EL84 power tubes and 3 12AX7 preamp tubes. It has a blue marvel speaker. Amazing amp.