#64688  by rob
 Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:18 am
Brad, thanks for the great reply. I'll be doing some more research while I'm building my guitar. When the time comes, how do I specify I want the Garcia version when I place the order?

Rob
 #64707  by SarnoMusicSolutions
 Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:17 pm
Just drop an email following the order if you use our paypal store to pay. My email is on the site there.


Thanks,
Brad
 #64754  by paulinnc
 Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:23 pm
I have been listening to the Hartford Phish show and Trey sounds awesome!!!! Is he still using the preamp? If so it has really made his sound really great, Trey still sounds the same but just way clearer and fuller, if that makes any sense. Great job on that.
 #64779  by SarnoMusicSolutions
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:11 am
To be honest, I don't see the SMS Classic in his rack for this recent leg of the tour. It was there for St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Deer Creek, and Alpine Valley. It appears that he's now using the second Boogie as both pre and power into the Bruno 4-12 cab loaded with Celestion Alnico Blues.

Brad
 #64785  by Capt Rosebuddy
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 8:08 am
Yea, I truly hate to be the bearer of bad news but he left the SMS at home for the second leg of the tour. I talked for a while with Brian Brown before the 8/1 show and that was the first thing I asked him, because I didn't see it in the rack. Brad told me that they where back to the Mesa's which are practically stock. Further, he said that the Bruno was just there to as a place to put the Mesa and Trey was going through the old "doghouse" home built cab that he has had since forever. That really bummed me out for obvious reasons.

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 #64788  by tigerstrat
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 8:34 am
Capt Rosebuddy wrote:Yea, I truly hate to be the bearer of bad news but he left the SMS at home for the second leg of the tour. I talked for a while with Brian Brown before the 8/1 show and that was the first thing I asked him, because I didn't see it in the rack. Brad told me that they where back to the Mesa's which are practically stock. Further, he said that the Bruno was just there to as a place to put the Mesa and Trey was going through the old "doghouse" home built cab that he has had since forever. That really bummed me out for obvious reasons.
off topic but what's that little "guitar-on-music staff" cream colored dealie on top of his rack? A metronome? tuner? clock?

The SMS seems like it would go much better with Trey-Band and that side of his style; Mesa Mark are THE sound of his Phish style, where overdrive from the amp is fairly omnipresent, not to mention kicking in the Lead channel for truly gonzo OD.
 #64791  by strumminsix
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 8:52 am
tigerstrat wrote:off topic but what's that little "guitar-on-music staff" cream colored dealie on top of his rack? A metronome? tuner? clock?
Resisting urge to post something that will poke fun at Trey and his previous problems...
 #64792  by Pete B.
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 8:54 am
Well now I know what my 2x12 cab would look like with speaker grills.
I gotta figure a way to gig with my cab yet protect the speakers yet not have speaker grills. Hmmm.
tigerstrat wrote: off topic but what's that little "guitar-on-music staff" cream colored dealie on top of his rack? A metronome? tuner? clock?
Is that a Jammy award or some such thingie???...

Or a clock?
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 #64794  by dleonard
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:09 am
Quick question. Someone asked something simlar about Trey's rig so I thought I'd ask about Jer's.
What is that metronome looking thing on top of his rack that he always seems to be fiddling with between songs?
 #64822  by deadguise
 Fri Aug 21, 2009 1:42 pm
...and what's that on top of the cabinet behind the second Mesa? Looks like a baggie stuffed with a white powdery substance on each end, and that little round metal thing in the middle, a mirror or stash box? :lol:
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