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Rig Pix
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Here is a something I'm known for; very crappy pictures  :wave:

Here are my two latest choices for gig rigs. Wait ten minutes, it'll change
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Re: Rig Pix
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I like that rig Dante, simple but seems incredibly effective.  Is the Classic Rig your backup right now or are you using that one outside the Tone Monkeys?
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Re: Rig Pix
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Go Dante, very cool.  My phone shots aren't great either LOL
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Re: Rig Pix
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I like that rig Dante, simple but seems incredibly effective.  Is the Classic Rig your backup right now or are you using that one outside the Tone Monkeys?

Both rigs are for The Tone Monkeys gigs. I've been kinda bouncing back & forth with which rig I bring. The Boogie usually comes to the smaller stages, the stereo rig comes when we play larger venues.
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Re: Rig Pix
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I used to use 2 ADA Slant Split stacks, but I bough a single Slant SpSk (go figure, they would normally be in pairs ?? but it was cash convertors = pawn shop).  I rewired it to be either stereo (2 x 16 ohm) or mono (8 ohm) depending if you plug 2 speaker leads in or one.  So now I use it for most outings.  Haven't taken the other 2 cabs out for ages, one less box to lug  :thumb-up:
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Re: Rig Pix
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I have potentially many rigs at hand, but have no time and money for the little extras I would need to purchase so that these rigs could be totally independant of one another...
(I always have to borrow some stuff from one rig to the other for them to work as I want them to...)

But my current main rig is put together with simple rules in mind:
-Keeping it as small as can be, yet being powerful.
-Being versatile as hell.
-Able to act as a beer stand/table.

So there it is:
-ADA MP-1 for cleans and bluesy tones.
-ROZON custom made all-tube 3 channel preamp for noiseless grind and juicy soloing.
-TC Electronics G System for effects and managing all switching and loops (Stomp pedals)
-Fender Twin reissue '65: Providing clean and loud power.

I still own 4x12s and keep using them, they're my favorite set-up, but for an all-around do-it-all kit, this is the ticket for me.

Love both of your rigs Dante!!! Cute and dangerous all at once!!!  :banana-rock:
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Re: Rig Pix
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As you know, I'm all about being cute...and dangerous

I see we have the same taste it flashlights  :thumb-up: :thumb-up: That rig would work just fine, and (bonus) it takes up a pretty small footprint.
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Re: Rig Pix
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Chucky,Budweiser,really???i would have expected at least one or two Leffe's on that rack  :lol:
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Re: Rig Pix
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Cute and dangerous sounds good  >:D :thumb-up:
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Re: Rig Pix
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It looks ideal for all sort of stages,big and small.
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Chucky,Budweiser,really???i would have expected at least one or two Leffe's on that rack  :lol:
:facepalm: Yeah I know... But that 's what happens when you play in hicktowns. No Leffe in sight.  :-\
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Re: Rig Pix
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Well bring your own Leffe with you or put it on your backstage list,no leffe no playing  :lol:
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Re: Rig Pix
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I bring a cooler to every gig - I'm a beer snob

If they are offering Bud, Coors, or any of those derivatives, I'll ask for water
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Re: Rig Pix
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+1 on beer snobbery.   :whoohoo!:

+2 on a Dechutes Black Butte Porter.
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Re: Rig Pix
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I bring a cooler to every gig - I'm a beer snob


Then you need this  :lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67EovwvJrC0

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