Sustainerplayer's Random Mancave pictures

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  1. SustainerPlayer

    SustainerPlayer Well-Known Member

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    I took some random phone shots. So ...

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    Amp-corner. It's a storage facility/mancave - a couple of guitars are still boxed as well as some extra gear.

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    My "pedalboard" in the works.

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    Amps - I'm gonna have them on some stands side by side.

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    The studio side.

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    Some of the the guitar tech-side.
     
  2. stevebway

    stevebway Metaphysician & Ham

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    Really nice uncompromised space.
     
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    Partscaster Well-Known Member

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    The blue strat is very eye catching.
     

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    idiotsdelight Well-Known Member

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    Love these threads & yours is no exception.

    I just started adjusting my surroundings to accommodate my gear & make better use of the space. Pretty happy with it. I'll try to get some pics soon.
     
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    devdem Well-Known Member

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    My wife would hate that room, which means I really like it! Need about 10 more amps though.

    You need to have a heart to heart discussion with Jofa to make a proper board for all those pedals!
     
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    That's a nice setup for sure! What do you think of that black finger compressor?

    Sent from my ADR6425LVW using Tapatalk
     
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    OMB Well-Known Member Supporting Member+

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    Nice Room!
     
  8. SustainerPlayer

    SustainerPlayer Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys.

    Yes - I'll make a pic or two of it later.

    At some point I probably end up making a custom board. But I'm far from done with testing the setup ... and buying more stuff for it ... yet. :hsugh:

    I use exclusively for it's squishy setting. A little dirt on the signal and it produces some outstanding rhythm sounds. It colors the signal significantly - in a good way.
     
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    A little unboxing of my new fuzz:

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    Trying it out with my Warmoth strat with Suhr FL pickups.

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    The Visual Sound Angry Fuzz really got a lot different settings - from old school to modern - hidden in the knobs. A strat on neck pickup and some fiddling with guitars volume and the "Angry level" which is the octave blend really can whip up some Hendrix.

    Last but not least some shots of my Blue Flake Warmoth strat. Swamp ash body and wenge neck. A Suhr SSV in bridge and a Dimarzio Paf Joe in neck. It's my DADGAD tuned guitar for those moments where I just I have to blast out the Kashmir intro riff :grin:

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    zisme Well-Known Member

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    cool. i have the whitefinger, which i like. but i've been wondering about that one and the other tube driven ehx's
     
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    I notice a Paul Gilbert flanger in there. Bought one of those off the classifieds here, had to get rid of it after a while though because there was a slight volume drop with the pedal engaged. As an always on thing it rocked though.
     
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    Which vox amp?
     
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    Well - the Blackfinger is an acquired taste. So I recommend trying it out IRL. I haven't tried the other tube driven EHX pedals.

    Funny. To me it seems to give just a tad more volume. Maybe there is a potentiometer to adjust inside?

    It's a Vox AC15C1 - Greenback speaker. On my wish list is an external cabinet loaded with a Celestion Blue.

    But the greenback really holds it's own. I just love that Vox sound.
     
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    SustainerPlayer Well-Known Member

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    From the man cave and out in the sun.

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    So the early spring is hitting my part of the world. And I just got the new Boss ME-80 board which can be driven by batteries. So I took some time in sunshine with that.

    And if you are a crazy delay addict like me you must check that board out. It has the ability to stack 3 delays! in series.

    Apart from that a lot of nice sounds and some of those specials such as freeze, tera echo, slow gear, defretter, overtone etc all in Rolands "COSM" editions.

    And for the half the price of just one of my delay pedals this is almost a no brainer for a "swiss army knife" effect box addition to the board. Or ... shall we call it a pedal park LOL
     
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    Jealous about lack of snow. I own the white ice as well. It sounds nice through an amp "on the verge". I just wish that the "more" button was independent of the gain.
    Cool stuff.
     
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    Awesome thread! Great room and gear. You definitely have some room for amp additions :baddevil:
     
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    Yes - I know some of you americans has had your fair share of snow. Here in Denmark we have had a remarkable warm winter and only 3 or 4 days of snow - nothing to talk about.

    The Ice 9 is pretty versatile with the vintage/modern switch I think. It would be great if more was just a boost. But feed it into the Vox and happy times ensure!

    Yes - that is a problem :grin:
     
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    Dig the room and the gear. Some very cool stuff there.
     
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    I've found myself wondering about those wenge necks from Warmoth a few times. What do you think of it? Any chance we can see closer pics of the back of the neck and headstock?
     
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    Nice man cave, every man should have one.
     

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