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One board, one rig, for 2019

Chippertheripper

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2018 is drawing to a close and I’ve yet to see one of these pop up just yet.
I plan on making a few changes coming up, but other than that, I plan on keeping a pretty constant setup.

my plan is some fancy custom length patch cables, and a different flavor of reverb, nothing too extravagant.
I’ll post a pic once it’s all sorted.
 

zsno

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Good luck. I was thinking I'd make a similar pledge, but then I remembered NAMM is only a few weeks into the year.
 
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Is this like a New Year's resolution, in that we're expected to break it before January ends?

I plan to make some changes (new amp, new guitar, and, definitely, some pedal updates), but nothing is carved in stone, yet.
 

Riffa

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My gear budget is kind of tight at the minute, and there's nothing I've been dying to get, so... nothing exciting for me I'm afraid.
 

NoiseNinja

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I just really started trying assembling my guitar setup recently, as I have concentrated on bass as my main instrument for many years, though I started out originally on guitar.
However I have found back to my first love now, and plan to focus mainly on guitar again.

That also means that my current gear is somewhat lacking, so I am probably going to get myself some peadals a little better suited for what I had in mind with my guitar tone.

At some point I was pretty hooked also getting a new guitar, but after having set up my cheap Epiphone SG Special, which is the only electric guitar I own currently, and have played more on it I actually found that it feels and plays nicely, actually sound quite good as well, even with the cheap stock pickups, after I adjusted the the height of them and going through my EHX Black Finger, that I run with very light compression and mainly functions as a tube preamp, and my 8 band graphic EQ, then through my cheap Fender Champion 40W solid state combo with a 12" build in.

So I'll probably stick to my SG and maybe just upgrade the pickups with a Dimarzio PAF 59 in the neck and a Super Distortion in the bridge and then perhaps getting a bit more powerful amp, though I think I'll stay solid state.
Ideally I would like a Roland JCM-120 Jazz Chorus amp, which I have had before and was very pleased with it's amazing crystal clear clean sound and great chorus and vibrato build in.

As for my pedals I am considering several options, either just buy a Zoom G3Xn and few more suited dirt pedals than the ones I use currently, which in conjunction with the pedals I already got would make a quite sufficient pedal setup, or go all individual pedals, which would mean a couple of new better suited dirt pedals, a chorus, a vibrato, a reverb and a delay (preferably Grand Canyon), which in conjunction with the EQ and EHX Black Finger that I use as always on main tone shaping pedals, and my cheap but actually great Behringer tremolo pedal would make a sufficient pedal setup for me too.
Finally a third option is getting a Line6 HX Stomp and make that the heart of my pedal setup in conjunction with a few of the pedals I already got.
 

Ps28

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My rig stays the same mostly. I am however going to pick up a super reverb next year to run with my ac30. No pedals or guitars but I will buy strings and maybe a wiring harness
 




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