View Full Version : Need help, working on my new rig...
06-20-2008, 03:28 PM
I'm working on my new rig now, and I have set up a signal chain.
Will this work?
> Korg DT-10
> Line6 DM4
> in GCX switch
> GCX switch 1 Electrix Filter Factory
> GCX switch 2 Boss SD-1 GT
> GCX switch 3 Electro Harmonix Big Muff Russian
> GCX switch 4 Boss CS-3 Opto
> GCX switch 5 Boss CE-3
> GCX switch 6
Korg A3 L
> in SDD-2000
> out SDD-2000
> Morley AB/Y to "A"
Korg A3 R to Vox AC15H1TV TB-channel
> in EHXDMM
> out EHXDMM
> Morley AB/Y to "B"
> GCX switch 7 Spare loop
> GCX switch 8 Spare loop
> out GCX switch
> AC15H1TV EF83-channel
MIDI-controller: DMC Ground Control Pro
DMC Ground Control Pro
> Electrix Filter Factory
> Korg A3
> Korg SDD-2000
06-20-2008, 04:27 PM
I have no idea, but man, you totally written that up like some kinda computer code!
Respect though, I often fine myself doodling my signal chain on receipts when bored at work.
06-21-2008, 03:02 AM
I just wonder, before I buy anything of this.
Will this rig work? Will I get a sound out of it? Is it set up correctly? Any recommendations?
06-21-2008, 05:48 AM
If you have not spent any money I would just buy a good tubed marshall amp and enjoy the great tone, a good cable is good as well, I like the GeorgeLs, I find solid state effects screw up the tone, so they after the fun of the new toy is over they usually end up in my closet.
OP your posting in the amps and cabinets, if you want info on pedals there is a section for those, however my comments are honest.
I did find the line 6 delay modeller hard to use live, it does not have a volume knob, there are a bunch of knobs, none of them a volume, and I would get a significant volume drop when I used it, the setting knob is very hard to read, there are 20 effects and its easy to screw up when your playing live, the pedal is also sonically very dry, really needs to be run with a reverb or chorus, it will also take a couple of expression pedals which can be a lot of fun.
The Electro Harmonix memory man Deluxe which I have is prone to explode sonically if the feed back is set to high. Just a word of caution if your using it live, sonic explosions are fun when your in control, not fun when your not in control.
Really hate solid state distortion and OD pedals, I have a Mesa V-twin, but mesa stopped making those a few years ago, and its really not necessary with my Marshall tube amp.
06-21-2008, 08:31 AM
It isn't the delay modeller (DL4), its the distortion modeller (DM4)
I am using SDD and/or DMM for delays.
06-21-2008, 09:40 AM
LOL, this is NOT the forum to discuss rigs and midi stuff.. You will be scolded for using more than a cable here.. Go to Huge Racks INc HRI just google it and you will be inundated with advice. I built a small rack and for me it was pretty much a waste. I wasnt blown away by the tone and truth is its just too complicated.. I am keepin git around and will futs with it some more but it wa s more fun sottering all the cables than actually playing it.
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