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PostPosted: Sun, Sep 23, 2007 12:13pm 
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Post pics of your Diezel and your bandlink/myspace site in here. :rock:


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Sorry for the wrong cab, at least my co-axeman has the correct one, my D-cab is for clubs, the M-cab for open airs. Btw: the red amp he is using was built by me, its a SLO-clone.

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Berni, que tal? AWESOME RIG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Can´t stop loving it! Three questions for you my Diezel-loving-friend:

1. Where the hell did you get that cool sticker "You touch You die"

2. I see there´s a Klon Centaur Overdrive on your Pedalboard.
Do you actually use it? I found that OD Pedals only make my
Herbert sound thinner. So I´m not using any...in fact I don´t need´em.
But I´m curious about the Klon.

3. Why the two ISP units? One in the rack and one on the pedalboard?
The Herbert is not THAT noisy....

But still, AWESOME RIG!!!!!!!!!! Can´t stop looking at it. I´m nearly there
too. Just gotta get my second Diezel 4x12" !

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I liked the look so much that I kind of copied supahd's rack. :rock:

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I'll have to check it when I get home, the pic won't load here at work.

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thanks... :lol: :LOL:

i´ve been tried ALL overdrives pedals, and you are right...except for the klon. i use the klon as a 4 channel( clean with a bit of drive), is the best pedal money can buy.

for solos i use an astone overdrive http://www.astone.es, it´s made in spain, its like a 808, but better. astone makes all the modifications in my pedals( led in wha, true bypass...)

i use two decimators just because the rack version makes a little hum noise when i use both channels. the pedal goes before the amp, and the rack goes only with the rack effects.

just zero noise ;) , the pedal makes me turn off at cleans.

and i have two tuners cause sometimes we play in clubs and my rack is cabinet back, so i need see a tuner :aww:

the stickers was bougt in las vegas newyork casino( the magic shop)

i have a lehle loop selector, to separate the tc´s, its midi and works great, but i just bought an axess( 4 loops)..

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I liked the look so much that I kind of copied supahd's rack. :rock:

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Nice! My case is blue as well, although you can't tell from the pic. Good taste there my Diezel bro. :thumbsup:


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still waiting on my herbert. :(


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The picture is missing few things and is more like a random shot rather than flashy promotional show-off (gear placement, etc.).


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Is that an RG2077XL?

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Yep. Its still the best mass production 27" scale 7-string that I have played so far. Only the strings are changed as well as the stock bridge pickup is changed to Lundgren M7. :)

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Still waiting on my second Diezel 4x12" ...


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Einstein @ home with my spare rack because the G-System is broken since 3 weeks. :doh:

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This is my setup but if it gets too compicated (MIDI is not a freind of mine) ill go to the setup in the lower picture :)
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i use two decimators just because the rack version makes a little hum noise when i use both channels. the pedal goes before the amp, and the rack goes only with the rack effects.



That sucks! I'm getting ready to buy one and have wondered what people using two heads on a stereo ISP thought. I really hope I don't get any hum!

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i use two decimators just because the rack version makes a little hum noise when i use both channels. the pedal goes before the amp, and the rack goes only with the rack effects.



That sucks! I'm getting ready to buy one and have wondered what people using two heads on a stereo ISP thought. I really hope I don't get any hum!



Most likely you will get (at least some amount of) humm, but don't worry there is couple rather easy ways to solve this issue. Basically it is all about removing the ground loop.

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i.ak wrote:
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i use two decimators just because the rack version makes a little hum noise when i use both channels. the pedal goes before the amp, and the rack goes only with the rack effects.



That sucks! I'm getting ready to buy one and have wondered what people using two heads on a stereo ISP thought. I really hope I don't get any hum!



Most likely you will get (at least some amount of) humm, but don't worry there is couple rather easy ways to solve this issue. Basically it is all about removing the ground loop.


How exactly would one do that?

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I think this is wrong thread to discuss about this topic, but...

You can find plenty of information about the removal of ground loop from the Internet. But please please please, DO NOT remove the ground of your AC power cord as suggested in some discussion.

Take a look i.e. this:
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Removing the ground from the cables is rather simple cure, but if you are uncertain, but still want to DIY there is also some little thingies called "line isolation boxes" available. At least the Palmer PLI-01 is good quality and does not colour (too much) your sound.

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5's : MTD Kingston 5 (passive)
Amps : Diezel VH4, Diezel Herbert, Mako Amplification MAK2
Cabs : 2x Port City Amplification Wave 2x12" OS (Celestion V30), Randall ISO12C (Celestion V30)
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Heres is my herbert head on top of a engl xxl pro cab with vintage 30s and a vigier excalibur from 91


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i.ak wrote:
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Yep. Its still the best mass production 27" scale 7-string that I have played so far. Only the strings are changed as well as the stock bridge pickup is changed to Lundgren M7. :)


Awesome, I've got one also, though it's no longer mass produced as I understand I think it's been discontinued, It's a killer guitar though mine needs a fret job I believe :doh:

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I always wondering how mutch people play the diezel stuff at home. maybe you have one at home and a other rig in the band-room?? what says your directly neighborhood? :confused:

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I play my Herbert at home almost exclusively - no problems so far with the neighbors, but I have the channel vol at around 9am and the master too.

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am? Personally I have mine at 9pm :confused: ...

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Here is mine :)

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and here is the video tour and some tones :)

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So finally a got my dream amp, so I thought it might be time to post my current setup :yes:

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BTW: I love the VH4 can't wait for our next two gigs next weekend :rock:


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Hey guys, this is my main rig for live & in the studio. Herbert gets the most work. The cab is the 412 NYC edition with 2 X G12H's and 2 x Vin 30's. silver piping etc. Gorgeous sound (now all Ruby's have been repaced in Herbert) Triaxis is super useful (2:100 power amp is out of rack in the pic) Road King II sad to say is not getting as much work as it used to. Mainly play DC400T Carvins, Universe's, J Customs. Variax guitars, basses, Taylors, Nuno N4, Jem etc for supplemental studio/live work. The rack is G Majors, Line 6 racks, Amp Gizmo (channel switcher for Road King II), BBE sonic maximiser, and a monster amp to run it all. X-15 and King Kontroller handle all switching duties.


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Yep, AM. You're not playing at home, are you?

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PostPosted: Thu, Nov 22, 2007 3:05pm 
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Diezel VH4 / Diezel Columbus Midi / 2006 RI '68 LP Tri-Burst Custom / 1983 LP Silverburst Custom / etc...


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Waou ! There is some amazing rigs here !

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