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Post Your Axe-Fx III Rigs Here!

Zilthy

New Member
Fryette Power Station arrived, rig now downsized a bit (From EVH 5150 III head and 4x12). It did not take too long of playing around to getting a nice amp in the room sound and feel that I like.

It is also standing up to the 'cat test' which means it is not tipping or wobbling when one of my cats jump up on it.
:D

I moved the power conditioner and Axe FX III in to a head style case which gives it a bit nicer look to it and also sits on top of the 2x12 better than my other case did. I was considering getting a 5 or 6U case to rack them together, but the PS-2 runs warm enough I will just leave it on top, especially since I am not currently gigging and needing to move it around.

Currently I have the 2x12 loaded with Greenbacks, but I may have to experiment sometime and put the original V30s back in.

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MKeditor

Experienced
This is my portable Axe-Fx III rig. I keep the Axe angled up in front of me if the gig allows for it. Easy access to everything. An FC-6 (or FC-12, depending) plus an EV-1 expression pedal complete the rig. As always, a 12'-long guitar cable lies coiled under the Axe in case my wireless fails.


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Clean set up. Looks like a fly rig. This is definately a church. The fake plant is a give away. Something about the carpet too.
 
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LeftyStrat

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Your guitars are backwards man ;)
The funny part is I started playing at the age of eight right handed. My mother was a piano teacher and you don't hear of left handed pianos. Hendrix died in 1970, His death put him on my radar when I was eleven, and I realized I should restring my guitar. I suddenly took off in my playing. Years later I moved to Seattle to work for Amazon, and first choice was to take my kids to his grave in Renton. I had explained to my kids how I he made me realize that I should play left-handed. When they ran to his grave, my oldest said "This it the man that taught my Daddy how to play guitar."

Everyone there broke down and cried, including me.
 
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Fryette Power Station arrived, rig now downsized a bit (From EVH 5150 III head and 4x12). It did not take too long of playing around to getting a nice amp in the room sound and feel that I like.

It is also standing up to the 'cat test' which means it is not tipping or wobbling when one of my cats jump up on it.
:D

I moved the power conditioner and Axe FX III in to a head style case which gives it a bit nicer look to it and also sits on top of the 2x12 better than my other case did. I was considering getting a 5 or 6U case to rack them together, but the PS-2 runs warm enough I will just leave it on top, especially since I am not currently gigging and needing to move it around.

Currently I have the 2x12 loaded with Greenbacks, but I may have to experiment sometime and put the original V30s back in.

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Hey is that head case a commercial product or something you built? Thanks!
 
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