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gsb82

New here
Love this thread and all the rigs. Just finished my W/D/W rig. Still on the waiting list for an FC-12 in Oz. Sounds huge. Lots of configuration options to try with this hardware. Eg: in the dry signal I've currently got the Mesa 4x12 split in stereo with a AMP-1 left and AMP-2 right.Axe-FX-III-Full Rig-201903.jpg
 

Kenergy

New here
Nice. This is similar to something I envisioned myself, but never got around to executing it.selectsble angles, wood frame...nicely done!
Thank you, I had it in my head how I wanted it and had most of the wood and stuff in my garage. The assembly was a little trickier than I thought it would be trying to get everything perfectly square. It gave me a greater appreciation for people who build furniture. The swivel part comes in really handy for swapping cords around in the back.
 

Muad'zin

Forum Addict
Here's my rig. Friedman asc12, axe FX ii, rac12, preamp I built, rocktron all access, peterson tuner etc.
Holy mother of Chrome! o_O:confused::fearscream:

Did you use perf board for those relay controls? Words cannot express the horror and revulsion I feel for using perf board. If you did I bow to your superior soldering skills.
 

joel price

New here
Actually, I used through hole pc board material. It allowed me to solder the relays in place and drill larger hokes for the wiring to go through. Then I soldered the wires to the relays. It's a really quiet preamp. No hum no buzz. Normal tube hiss for how much gain it has.

Holy mother of Chrome! o_O:confused::fearscream:

Did you use perf board for those relay controls? Words cannot express the horror and revulsion I feel for using perf board. If you did I bow to your superior soldering skills.
 

bishop5150

Fractal Fanatic
I notice if I go to my Friedmans from my CLR's I have to use the cut switch because the Friedmans are too bass heavy. Mine are the wedges though, do you use the cut switch on your Friedmans?
I have the wedge I keep at our rehearsal space and the cabs at home for gigging. I think I do have the cut switch engaged on all of them.
 

Lax

Inspired
Rocking it at national music day


Note that none of the tube amps were used lol, it was the other bands'
 
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