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DO YOU CURRENTLY USE ANY RACK GEAR?

goodhonk

Member
Messages
4,717
1. well, do you. what is it?
2. why?
3. if something has replaced it, what, and why?
4. what is the last movie that you really enjoyed?


reason for the inquiry, i've got a couple empty slots in my rack.
 
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Ivo

Member
Messages
2,190
1. Alesis Quadraverb
2. Nothing sounds like it.
3. Trying out an Alesis Wedge as a floor alternative. Good, but not quite the same.
4. Mad Max: FR
 
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TimeSnow

Member
Messages
3,149
1. No
2. More trouble than it's worth to me
3. Last rack kit was replaced by nothing for ages - then after about two years I bought a T2 reverb pedal.
4. I enjoyed Jurrasic World, but didn't love it. Same goes for Spy. Ehh. Not sure I've loved anything this year.
 

PatrickE_FenderADV

Silver Supporting Member
Messages
27,506
1. Nope
2. no real need to be honest.
3. my pedalboard. Simpler is easier.
4. Jurassic World

EDIT... I once used a rackmount Chandler Tube Driver. It was a really nice preamp/OD.
 

Blix

Wannabe Shredder
Silver Supporting Member
Messages
26,396
1. well, do you. what is it?
2. why?
3. if something has replaced it, what, and why?
4. what is the last movie that you really enjoyed?


reason for the inquiry, i've got a couple empty slots in my rack.
1.Yes
2. Because nothing sounds as good as an Eventide H3000
3.
4. Jurassic World, saw it at the movies yesterday!
 

AnalogKid85

Member
Messages
1,360
1. Lexicon PCM80 + Pitch Algorithm expansion card
2. the amazing modulated Concert Hall reverb; the post-processing you can do on the verbs (stereo chorus, etc.); the diffused multitap delays (2 x 3-tap); the sweep filter echoes (2 x 3-tap again); the Quad pitch shifters that can "store" up to 8 chords (or alternatively, have four 8-note arpeggios going at once) and recall them at will, in different ways; the auto-swell and dynamic patching features; the 4- and 6-voice chorus with "randomization" that's hard to do with anything else; the Circular and multitap delays; the flangers (some of the best I've ever heard in the digital realm) ....I could go on and on (I'd be happy to expand on it if you have a question about something)
3. nope, and nothing probably ever will, unless it's another Lexicon reverb that builds on what's already there (like the PCM90/91, Lexicon 300, etc.)--I'll certainly add other reverbs as I go, cause I like different flavors (Eventide, Strymon, etc.), but I'm "sold out" for Lexicon PCM verb now
4. Jurassic World
 

GasMask

Member
Messages
3,420
1) Yeah! Bogner Fish, TriAxis, Eventide Eclipse, Intellifex, Mesa 50/50 power amp
2) Dig the tones, like running in stereo. Makes for super fast set-up & tear-down. Midi programmability is fantastic when playing out.
3) Simpler pedal effects get used more in the studio. Faster to dial in.
4) That porno flick with your mom in it. :p
 
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Serious Poo

Powered by Coffee
Platinum Supporting Member
Messages
6,763
Yes. Marshall JMP1, Mesa Triaxis, Engl e530, G-Force, Fulltone TERC, a couple of fuzz pedals, GCX Switcher, 2:90 Power amp.

I like the immense variety of high-quality stereo sounds.

It changes all the time. The Engl is my newest addition.

Casablanca.
 

Catch

Analog>Digital Converter
Gold Supporting Member
Messages
892
1. AxeFX II, Mesa Studio Pre, Mesa Simul 395 Power Amp, Quadraverb (in mothballs).
2. Because I love options, don't just think of myself as just a Vox or Fender guy...
3. I use my Carr Viceroy too for a more direct feel but I'm always changing...I use my pedals, mainly Strymons and Skreddys no matter what set up I'm playing. Nothing has "replaced" my rack gear. Think I need to add a Fryette Power Station though...
4. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
 

MmcGrouty

Member
Messages
3,855
1. Yes, peavey 30 band eq and tc m-one xl
2. I use them at home only, when playing my amps into a load box-line out-cab impulses.
3. No
4. Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
 

James

Member
Messages
2,820
1. Peavey Valverb, Chandler Stereo Digital Reverb, Chandler SDE-2 Stereo Digital Echo (used separately in one-space rack cases)
2. Because they each have a very unique sound. The Chandler SDE-2 is an amazing echo. The Valverb is really sweet, too.
3. No other units have replaced these, for me. The only other spring reverb I like better than the Valverb is the Tube Works Stereo Spring Reverb.
4. The Shawshank Redemption :bkw
 
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JDouglee

Member
Messages
1,959
1. CAA/CAE 3+ and 3+SE tube preamps.
2. They still sound cool.
3. You can use pedals with them, or heads as power amps. No rules. They're light too.
4. The To Do List.
 




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