Gut shots of the CCV for anyone interested. 577326F1-30A7-4824-B716-02DBD0966CCA by fuzzbomb posted May 12, 2020 at 1:38 PM9E08C4A5-27B2-48E3-A29E-0AEC63AAF117 by fuzzbomb posted May 12, 2020 at 1:38 PM9E5D7A85-849B-40C8-BD99-DB8531FD9905 by fuzzbomb posted May 12, 2020 at 1:38...
It's the 9100 that came stock with 5881's. I *just* bought it a few weeks ago, the guy who owned it had it converted to EL-34's. They are just the tiniest bit too tall, and do push the top cover up just a little. But the CCV still fit in the rack above it without any issue.
I'm going to do a real playthrough with some different guitars and video of the settings, but I thought I'd post this quick test I did to see how my Zoom sounded.
Les Paul Classic w/ Wagner Iron Man in the bridge tuned to drop B
Marshall 9100 power amp w/ EL-34's
Splawn 4x12 with...
The price on the website's price sheet photo was current for the CCV. It was $450 USD plus $50 USD shipping.
He happened to have a CCV in stock, and shipped it out the next day. Took about 8 days to arrive here in North Carolina. It was packed well, too.
Yeah I was thinking if I could find a rack that 14"-15" from rail to rail, then the covers usually give you another ~2" on each end, that should be enough room for cables and whatnot.
It's definitely going to be going to gigs so it needs to be solid.
It's been many years since I've needed to buy a rack case and I need to mount a Marshall 9100 + preamp and power strip. So maybe 8 or 10 spaces I'm thinking.
The 9100 is 13" deep and the manual says you need to support the rear when in a rack.
However, the rear doesn't have rack ears it just...
Selling my Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor pedal. In good condition with a few chips, has velcro on the bottom. $50 shipped/paypalled CONUS.
Interested in trades (plus cash from me of course): Boss HM-2, fuzz pedals, Mr. Black Gilamondo, Black Arts Toneworks pedals, Keeley BD-2. Possibly other...
I remember the first gig I played with a Splawn Pro Mod, being in the middle of a song with a lot of palm-muting and realizing that the massive *thump* was my guitar. Almost forgot what I was playing for a second.
Here in Charlotte, NC we have a good local venue that always got the big touring acts that weren't arena bands. I guess its about an 1800 capacity place. Saw Flogging Molly, The Roots, King's X, In Flames, Digital Underground, Clutch...quite a variety. My band opened for George Lynch's band...