Discussion in 'Discussion' started by Teejoo, Jan 5, 2018.
Might be fun to see other peoples Amplifire pedalboards.
I wanna freqout.
@Wyatt McConnell I have one. It's awesome. I play direct and was missing being able to pull feedback out of the amp.
EDIT: Here's mine
Board and Band's Rack. Not in the picture, the MacBook that drives everything.
Coming soon: Cymatic uTrack 24 (which will replace the MacBook).
So- I go from the polytune to the freqout to the atomic. The source audio expression pedal is MIDI controllable. The m-audio 2x2 in the top left merges the midi from the backing track and the source audio back to the AA (so I can use the expression pedal when playing LOTF.
The rats nest of cables is the bane of my existence.
The Freqout really is a great pedal. Natural sounding feedback every time you want it, no matter how loud you are or were you’re standing. I think it makes you sound more pro, like you have your guitar rig dialed in just right.
My prototype board is in this thread. The trelicopter is on it's way out, I've added a Carcosa fuzz, considering adding a Strymon Flint and Timmy. Once it's closer to final I'll take more than 15 minutes to make a board out of decent materials.
How do you get on with the irt x?
Here's mine, nice and simple I don't even use the boss noise gate anymore, will have to get some other nice pedal for that slot.
This is mine, very versatile.
Guitar - line 6 wireless - digitech freqout - Atomic Amp - loop pedal - X2 Laney IRTXs. With boost and pitch shifter in fx loop of the AA. Midi pedal also has a virtual slider assigned to a wah pedal.
Got celestion irs loaded up and the sound is brilliant!
Here is mine, cheers from Italy
How do you like the Quilter as a power amp?
Run into the return of a Line6 DT 50 Head/Cab 4x12
Works very well for me!
It's small and light so I can keep it on my pedal board.
It's not completely flat, but flat enough for me.
I run my AA3 into the FX loop of the Quilter, bypassing the pre-amp, and use the "Surf" voicing. This sounds the best to me and the quilter has 100W on the Surf setting. The fullQ voicing is "flatter", but the "Surf" voicing seems to add some "warmth" to the sound.
Even when using the FXloop it can drive my 412 cab hard enough to be heard during band rehearsals (1 animal drummer, 3 guitars, bass, keyboard) and still have a some head room.
It also sounds nice on its own and works wonderful for acoustic gigs: just take the quilter and a 112 and that's all you need.
I had the EHX Magnum 44 first but that one had crap sound compared to the quilter, lots of background noise and not enough power.
I would love to have a matrix GT1000fx and an NL212 cabinet, but that's outside of my budget currently and would require a rack or something to mount the amp.
I really am sick and tired of hauling my 412 so I might get an NL212 or FR212 cabinet at some point (still undecided between FRFR and GRFR), but I'll likely keep the quilter.
If money was of no importance, I'd buy a Mission Engineering Gemini 2 Studio powered cabinet.
Since money is an issue and I don't like thinkering with IRs too much, I'm going to build my own lightweight 212 cab with either V30s or some neodym replacements (e.g. Celestion Vintage).
I hope this helps!
Bought the box last month. Former AX8 user but I wanted something really simple.
Works just fine. I'm extremely happy with my new mini rig.
I like your pick pocket!
Just a part from a plastic folder, but it works
I'm a big fan. I use it more for creating patches at home than for gigs though. I like to run a full personal mix live so I just take my cheaper Alto TS210 along.
Just ordered an AFB to replace a Tech21 preamp pedal on my ampless pedalboard. Looking forward to playing around with it once it arrives, and I'll post my board here once I reassemble it.
Like the simplicit
Just curious, what speaker setup you using with the Seymour Duncan 170, and is it loud enough?
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