Nigel Hendroff's latest board

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by UrbanHymns, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. Roast

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    lolol They make no cables or plugs for sure. He is doing the assembly of cables.
    The plugs are Switchcraft SWC-380 Short Body
     
  2. rochell59

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    This is cool. I wonder what the DD5 reverse/PS3 combo sounds like. Anyone have an example?
     
  3. jordane93

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    My guess is for swells and quieter picking parts. Is anyone going to a Hillsong Worship concert?
     
  4. Papajuice

    Papajuice Silver Supporting Member

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    A lot...

    Duesenberg 2500
    Gretsch 2500
    RC Booster 170
    Polytune 100
    Mastermind GT 22 1900
    Ernie Ball 90
    Dunlop Volume 120
    Effect Gizmo 800
    Signa Comp 160
    Scarlett Love 260
    Scarlett Love 260
    POG 215
    Scream 200
    Scruzz 225
    Mulholland Drive 300
    Boss Pedals 300
    Timeline 450
    Mobius 450
    Space 500
    Mini Line Mixer 200
    Switch Gizmo 160
    Tone saver 150
    Tone Block 400
    AC30 1500
    Matchless DC-30 3800

    TOTAL 17.710

    That it just what I've seen... I'm not incluindig cables, plugs, custom made stuff, racks, etc etc etc etc
     
  6. rufe

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    Don't forget he's got backups of both amps.

    1500 for a new AC30 is right on, but I'd be plenty sure he's got older British versions, which will run you a bit more to buy.
     
  7. capt4inslow

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    The backline (amps) are rented through their sound provider on their tours.
     
  8. slap_back05

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    Interesting that he runs a direct line now too. How long before all the church sound guys are freaking out b/c their guitarists are wanting to send 3 signals from a single amp rig...
     
  9. Salivan

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    :rotflmao:rotflmao

    That's true
     
  10. musicsoma

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    Not if you buy mine.
     
  11. suits

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    It's a vintage AC30. It's not the newer less good ones
     
  12. treeuh

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    Yeah, it's all backline on tour... and don't underestimate how much stuff is just given to him.

    On top of all of that, who cares? No one looks at John Mayer's rig and does an itemised list... He's a professional musician that is in a band that sells millions of albums. He can get whatever he wants...

    I'm not annoyed or angry or whatever... haha, just seems funny that we do that.
     
  13. shawnshack

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    You realize that you are just baiting someone for a religious argument about that, right? Which breaks the rules. So your opinion can't even be challenged.
     
  14. james...

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    I would wager about half his gear was donated/given to him by sponsors.
     
  15. dbun

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    Yeah, I was interested to see the Palmer DI-09. They used to always multi-mic the amps, so it's interesting to see them go to a single mic on the front and the Palmer DI.

    Then when I searched, it turns out it is a very common practice and many pros are doing it: Keith Urban, Joe Bonomassa etc.

    We dual-mic our amps at church, but I'm now looking more into this Palmer DI to replace one of the mics. It will be much easier and quicker to only have to place one mic, rather than fighting two mics + stands in a cramped ISO box.

    What I found really interesting was the completely dry send from the Tone Block, rather than renting another Vox/Matchless as a dry amp.
     
  16. Paulo Grua

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    Very, very nice.
     
  17. JordanSession

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    Droff is my gear hero. Im at 14 pedals so far. Getting there lol
     
  18. witafro2

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    I was talking to some of the guys on the Hillsong LA team about gear and the MD there goes stereo out to a Palmer DI and then to a Vox or Fender miced with a 57, F.O.H. then blends the two as needed. Seems to be the way to go now for consistent tone.
     
  19. Salivan

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    I disagree. But, hey! That's just me.

    I don't think it is possible for that genre to live with 2-3 pedals.
     

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