GuyaGuy wrote: sequentialsoftshock wrote:
GuyaGuy wrote:^nice setup. I didn't know Burns had made amps.
They were considered better than both Fender & Vox at the time and their original price reflected that !
They certainly look sexy!
Were all of his amps solid state?
I think they were.
So, a few changes. Bluesbreaker is gone
Replaced by this badass in April 2013:
No more strymon Timeline (sold it within a week) or Keeley Comp.
Here is my current pedal board:
Guitar--> DOD250 --> POG --> POG --> DSD2 --> (DD3 or Dispatch Master) --> CE5 --> Box of Rock --> Channel A --> Pro Junior --> Channel B --> DOD308 --> Burns Orbit (this is my tremolo and treble channel)
The FS6 was returned so I could buy two mini momentary switches for more room on the board for a second POG and Dispatch master down the road. One switch controls the play/stop on the MPC60 and the other is for next seq on the MPC60. All live drums come from a set of 35 drums on an MPC60. I convert songs to sequences, and can adjust the set list each night.
On the way is also a stutter pedal, as I think I will be able to get a lot of nice rhythmic sounds with my playing style.
I find that spending so much time on synthesizers has really influenced my guitar playing. IE I am doing a lot more legato stuff, a lot more quick hits, lots of abrupt stops etc.