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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PeterZats, Apr 8, 2019.
The Darkness Played at Matt3310's Place????
Big iron rig.
Little iron rig.
While all of this would be overkill in my modest music room, the plexiglass presentation case for your effects is a work of art. How did you acquire the plexiglass (and/or glass) shelving case?
Dig the Atma head and cab (and everything else). Used to have that same Cowboy Tolex set up. Sold it to Jesse a couple of months ago.
Yes...I know...it’s the same one...great little amp!
I suspected! It sure is cool. Great sounds!
A feisty little beast indeed. Proud to own something with such an illustrious pedigree.
Than be prepared to be prouderer....I bought the cab from MA Pete. The head came from Guitar Guru Network.
I think they could have, anyway!!
Tosca does not mess around - and up to date? Why yes, there’s the just-released California Tweed amp!
Dude! None more black! Great look, and the artful cable arrangement gets my seal of approval as well. Nice, moody shot.
There are lots of variations of plexiglass shelving designed for slatwall displays in stores. Check Amazon or any commercial shelving retailer. The little “staircase” ones are great for most pedals, the ones designed for shoes are great for larger wah, expression or volume style pedals. All it takes is A few shelves, a section of slatwall, some LED light strips and a little imagination...and way too many pedals...Voilà!!!
Thanks for your response! Although I personally don't collect effects myself, I was wondering what it would take to build a staircase shelf unit like yours, and then go about filling the shelf!
It might be possible to place staircase shelf in front of my cinderblock bookcase somehow...if it were possible to fit shelf support tabs between the cinderblocks on either side of the shelf...was hoping to forego the slat wall, but this may be a requirement where the plexiglass shelf would need to sit within the open area between the cinderblock shelves...
I thought I'd chip in and post my little corner dedicated to the craft.
<Insert excuse about the mess> I'm working on tidying things up, have a pedalboard that's coming in tomorrow and some nice custom cabs being made by a local amp guy.
Before everyone exclaims "Hey Alan (not you), I see you have one of those toy headless things, but where are all the guitars that we're here for?"
Well, first of all, Shut Up! You take that back! It's not a toy!
But, yeah, all the real guitars, as Les says: "don't like it in the basement." They get to live upstairs where Mrs. Plaid can "enjoy all the pretty guitars." They're only downstairs while I am actively playing.
The rest of the room is my office, and I am oft want to noodle while waiting on a compile, or some other downtime while I am working.
So, without further ado, here it is. I'll update with more pics if ya'll like as I get things looking better.
Pretty darn sweet! And...vintage Gibson GA Crestline?
Thank you, I have a lot to sort out, but it makes me happy =)
Pretty close! It's a GA 19 RVT Falcon. Just had it serviced for the first time since I got it, and the tremolo is divine. Got it back in the 90s when I was working in a guitar store, and no one thought they were wroth anything. I though it was cool looking, esp the handle.
love the Eventide pedals.....I have both the H9 and ModFactor on my board for years now.....
pm so i can ask about that strandberg!