Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

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Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby High Peaks » Fri Sep 25, 2009 8:30 pm

hey everyone.

I have to part with some items. Most of them have fallen out of my usual rig.

ADA 2fx w/ foot controller- $150

JBL E120, reconed, but dust cap was pushed in when taken out of the cabinet. - $150

Fender Twin in a baltic birch head. Modded by Joe Martin with high quality parts and parameters similiar to Garcia's. It nails the tone. - $900

HT style 2 x 12 open back cabinet loaded with 2 JBL E120's- $800

2 x 12 closed back empty baltic birch cabinet. $100

GCX audio switcher with Ground control- $350

Analogman TS-9 silver mod pedal- $120

100' 16ch snake cable with stage box- $200

Lefty Carvin DC127 white w/gold hardware. all original- $700

Lefty Carvin DC400. ELectronics are all gutted. I was going to Jerrify the guitar. Never happened. I have all the parts, pickups included. They are SD pearlys.
$600 for the guitar as is, $800 for guitar with all hardware and pickups.


(3) Dimarzio Super II pickups.(2 are F style)- $75 a piece
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby hogan » Sat Sep 26, 2009 5:55 am

What are you moving on to ? I have a feeling I already know.
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby High Peaks » Sat Sep 26, 2009 6:31 am

Yup. I'm going after the Fractal Axe. We used to do all Grateful Dead. Now we do a mix of Dead, Phish, originals, and some other oddities like Traffic, Moe,etc....

The Garcia rig is great, but my back hurts after every gig, and its kind of a one trick pony. Mind you, i Fu#$%*% love that pony.

The Axe seems to be able to do everything, in a small, effecient package.
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby strumminsix » Sat Sep 26, 2009 7:42 am

High Peaks... I know LOTS of folks love Axe but have you looked at the Eleven Rack by Digidesign?

It's sparked some major interest with me lately... From all accounts it's as simple as Line 6 and sounds as good as Axe.

But that Axe FX Ultra has some deep editing capabilities that just are unmatched.... Just tossing out the option...
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby Duhigg » Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:22 pm

Is the E120 still available? I'll take it if it is? I sent ya a PM. Also I just read your original post and I hope things on the job front panned out for ya. It's crazy scary out there now. I wish ya all the best.
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby Duhigg » Tue Sep 29, 2009 10:27 am

Hey Highpeaks...if you take paypal I'm ready to take some of that gear off your hands today. :peas:
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby jdsmodulus » Tue Sep 29, 2009 10:31 am

Duhigg wrote:Hey Highpeaks...if you take paypal I'm ready to take some of that gear off your hands today. :peas:

Me Too!!!
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby hogan » Tue Sep 29, 2009 10:51 am

ANy pictures of the DC400?
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby Duhigg » Tue Sep 29, 2009 12:33 pm

Hogan...I'll attest to the DC400 cause that what I play. DC400A to be exact. I feel pretty strong in saying that personaly have never played anything so nice. The heal transition to the body is flawless and gives you great access to the upper frets with ease. The neck is silky smooth and really just a fun geetar to play! Best of luck should you decide to pull the trigger.
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby Capt Rosebuddy » Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:18 pm

Hey HP-
Is the ADA 2FX still up for grabs? I've been looking for one for a while..

hit me with a pm
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby Duhigg » Fri Oct 16, 2009 10:26 am

Highpeaks! You alive brother? I wanna buy some gear. :peas:
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Re: Getting rid of some gear to build a new rig

Postby Duhigg » Fri Oct 16, 2009 1:34 pm

Rick,

Pay no attention to my last post. You and I spoke already. :? Looking forward to hearing from ya.

:cheers:

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