What gear would you like to try (other then guitar)

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  1. guitarjunky

    guitarjunky Member

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    If you still want to play the game, I would love to know your answer to the following question...

    You wake up in a room and it is full of high end gear... Effects, accessories, high end picks, hand made amps and so on...

    What small companies of gear (non guitar) would be exciting to you guys... ??? You know the ones where you find a crazy guy in a shop doing his magic...

    Nothing is too special to mention!

    thanks in advance
     
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    1) A David Caron violin
    2) One of Marilyn Waller's Violins or Violas

    I'm so sick of overhyped boutique guitar amps and pedals. It's become a major yawnfest for *me* YMMV.
     
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    If there is anyone out there making a modern clone of the huge modular synths from the 70s, like the one in Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii, I'd be all over that.
     
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    The Moog Voyager Rackmount - and all the Moog Pedals.
    An Eventide Harmonizer
    An Axe-Fx Ultra
    A Trainwreck
    A Dumble
    A Pete Cornish Pedalboard
    A Mac Pro jacked full of plugins so i can use em with my Midi Parker
    Axess Midi Controller
    One of every Diezel
    One of every Two Rock
    A few Blockhead Marshall Clones
    A Table full of custom Fulltone Prototypes, and Analog Man and Keeley Modded pedals, along with an assortment of every kind of V-Pick and Red Bear pick along with some cool Dugain and Brossard picks among some other cool pick guys.

    And every kind of cable imaginable so i can test them all.


    Plus i would like to have Peter Diezel, Reinhold Bogner, Jim Marshall, And Bill and Joe from Two Rock to be there to tweak all the amps, and Analog Man Mike to tweak all the pedals.

    Was this what you were looking for.
     
  6. guitarjunky

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    Indeed!!! Thanks... Keep them coming
     
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    Looks like high quality furniture, perfect for any living room decor, and all the patch cords you can handle:

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  8. big mike

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    Hook a brother up with a Walter Woods bass rig...and a real B3 with a leslie.

    Wouldn't mind a nice old school Selmer MkIV Bari Sax....I miss playing Bari Sax sometimes.
     
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    I have to go with the mighty Hammond B3 and Leslie.
     
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    I know a guy who has one in his studio, but now we need a player to hear it properly.

    Orherwise, blonde twins thanks.
     
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    my first overdrive pedal
     
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    I'm excited about trying out the Steinberger electric cello that my drummer just bought...I've spent thousands of dollars trying to make my guitars sound like cellos, and have never quite understood why I don't just play the real thing.

    Other than it's not a guitar, I mean...
     
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    How about a good-sounding room?
     

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