Whatever happened to GuitarGeek and the Guitar Rig Database?

Dr Bonkers

An IR Vendor who opted to go for Gold this year!
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I miss that place. It was an invaluable resource when you trying to figure out a famous guitarist's signal chain.
 

tanglewoodstu

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Me too. My pedal journey started on GG. I too used to spend hours examining those diagrams.

I signed up to this forum, with my old GG handle, just to say that :)
 

dman72

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My rig was actually up there at one time. My band at the time was actually solicited by someone from the site. Should have screen shot it at the time so my children would know my fame in a past life. :rolleyes:
 

mrevie98

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Exactly those diagrams.
Is there a way to find the archives or a database of the diagram or icons ?
Would love to use those
I was just telling a friend about those desktop effects like the orange one in the top right corner, but couldnt for the life of me remember who made them. Was thinking alesis?
 

Braunzo

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I would still love for GuitarGeek to be relaunched. I don’t post here much anymore, but I will for the memory of GuitarGeek.
 

jaymeister

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It was a cool site, and I remember rendering my rig in that style. I probably have a file somewhere.
 




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