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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by losthighway » Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:47 am

TC Electronic Reverb 4000

I thought I was gonna be patient and save for 9-10 months and just get a Bricasti, but I can't bring myself to purchase a $4k reverb unit when I don't even own a mic that's worth more than half that. Although before they discontinued it these units fetched a pretty hefty price before they discontinued them in favor for the bit 6000 system, or the more flexible 3000 multi fx units.

I'm psyched to get a heavy hitter rack reverb in my place!

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Post by winky dinglehoffer » Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:33 pm

Lexicon Reflex & Kurzweil Rumour. Having fun using them with my synths.

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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by A.David.MacKinnon » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:34 am

More gobos (built rather than acquired). I feel like I can never have enough......except when trying to store them when they're not in use.

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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by digitaldrummer » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:14 am

A.David.MacKinnon wrote:
Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:34 am
More gobos (built rather than acquired). I feel like I can never have enough......except when trying to store them when they're not in use.
I hear that. last year I tore my gobos apart and rebuilt them. they used to be ~4 ft wide and 6 ft high. very difficult to store. I cut them in half and put hinges (old used door hinges from house remodel...) between the 2 pieces. So now when I need to store them, I fold them up and they are ~2x1 ft and 6 feet high, which makes them much easier to store. I was also able to remove the stabilizer legs that I had on them and just put felt glides on the bottom (that slide on my floor just fine). anyway, some pix here...

https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.p ... 5086299746

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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by A.David.MacKinnon » Mon Nov 11, 2019 8:20 am

digitaldrummer wrote:
Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:14 am
A.David.MacKinnon wrote:
Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:34 am
More gobos (built rather than acquired). I feel like I can never have enough......except when trying to store them when they're not in use.
I hear that. last year I tore my gobos apart and rebuilt them. they used to be ~4 ft wide and 6 ft high. very difficult to store. I cut them in half and put hinges (old used door hinges from house remodel...) between the 2 pieces. So now when I need to store them, I fold them up and they are ~2x1 ft and 6 feet high, which makes them much easier to store. I was also able to remove the stabilizer legs that I had on them and just put felt glides on the bottom (that slide on my floor just fine). anyway, some pix here...

https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.p ... 5086299746
Very nice! The ones I just built are 4x4 with legs reversed on each end (right side out the back, left side out front) so they nest together. I've also got an older pair of 3x4's around the drum kit and a tall set of 3x6s with plexi windows up top. I need them all (and probably one more) but some of them are going to have to go into storage in the house when they're not in use. My space is a biggish one car garage. It fill up really fast.

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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by joninc » Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:54 pm

just picked up a yamaha ps-20 for some fun organ and drum machine action.
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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by vvv » Mon Nov 11, 2019 4:39 pm

Cuppla- 4 pedals:

Ampeg Opto Bass compressor: nice and round and kinda spongy on bass, not as tight as the BBE non-mustache or even the Meek racks, I really like it on funk stuff where it makes pick playing sound ... funky.

BBE Windowpane: a silicon distortion pedal that never sounds clean, all the way to blown-out. Very cool in that no bottom is lost on bass, and it sounds great on guitar, also.

Rowin slow hand: a really cheap (but true bypass) take on the classic Slow Gear, what I wanted for when I get all shoe-gazey.

EHX OpAmp Muff: i am totally loving these nano muffs, so cool to just change out a pedal and get a different but compatible sound when stacking rhythm guitar tracks, and they all (I also have the Triangle and my fave, the Green Russkie) feel different but sound great. This is the one they been callin' "Corgan inna box", and I hear why.
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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by kslight » Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:42 pm

Traded off a mim strat I didn’t ever bond with for...a couple guitars that weren’t really on my radar but may be closer to my thing...or maybe just good trade material later. A brushed aluminum LTD Page Hamilton sig and a PRS SE Custom 22.

This is how I end up with too many guitars.

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Re: Latest gear you've acquired.....

Post by Recycled_Brains » Thu Nov 21, 2019 8:56 am

Daking Mic Pre/EQ. My 2nd. I've had a single channel for over a decade at this point. Not sure why it took so long to double up, but happy I did. Having that EQ in stereo at mix time will be really nice.

Also a DIYRE L2P passive line attenuator. Have to build it still, but I'm excited to have the option of smashing things through my otherwise un-used preamps when mixing.
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