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Sweet man! :rock: ....... are you running them in stereo or is one of them the "back up" ?

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are there any amps that look cooler and more precious than diezel? i dont think so !!!!
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Sweet man! :rock: ....... are you running them in stereo or is one of them the "back up" ?



Thanks man! It's a little bit of both actually. This is pretty much what I do:

When the stage is big enough for two 4x12s and an extra 2x12 (meaning just for me, there are two guitarists) then I run them both in stereo and it sounds KILLER!! I dial in the Diezel for a very heavy almost scooped type sound and the marshall for a very midrangish snarl and it blends so well. Plus I have different effects and a lot of stereo stuff going on (all switched by the G System). The G System effects are in the Diezel loop, the GT PRO is the in Marshalls loop. I use one 4x12 for each head. The extra 2x12 is run off of the Marshall as well and it has a long cable and always is on the opposite side of the stage. I use it strictly for a monitor when I go the other side with my wireless (as I can NEVER hear myself once I get past the center of the stage).

When the Stage is medium size (or if we are just opening for other bands and backlining) then I just run the Diezel with a "complete" sound dialed in and run the 2x12 off the marshall still, only again for an opposite stage monitor, not mic'd. This way is really cool because then I have complete eq and volume control for just the stage monitor!

When the stage is small, I just use the Diezel and no stage left monitor so the marshall is off.

This set up really was thought out for about 6 months and meticulously planned. It works well as a back up, because if I go to a show and the Diezel isn't working for some reason, I can just flip the A/B/Y box on the back, turn on the marshall, and run off of that. It's great! (other then the weight...like when the club is on the second floor hahahah).

At first glance it may look like way to much going on, but it really is very simple and streamlined. A lot of details (like the AB box being installed flush to the back, the right angle midi and AC cables, the side strip for the "warts" etc.) are there for the specific reason that at any show, I set this rack on stage, pull of the back and front of the roadcase, plug in the speaker cables (which stay in the drawer when traveling) and G system pedal, turn the power on and PLAY!! It's a big rig but sets up literally in 30 seconds.

The other guitarist in my band, who uses just a Mesa head and one 4x12 with 3 stomp boxes (none of which travel in "live in" roadcases, just standard ones you have to pull the cab/head out of and set on stage) takes 15-20 minutes to set it all up. Then he is checking batteries, trouble shooting, missing one patch cable, etc. It's always something. When all this gear I bought last year showed up in the band room EVERYONE laughed at me and keep busting my balls about how long it would take to set all the shit up and how unrealistic I was being. Now at everyshow I plug in 3 cables, press three on buttons, and stand at the side of the stage laughing at them MUHAHAHAHAH!! Now the other guitarist is looking into a rack and a G system, the bassist just bought a g system, and their rigs are very slowly starting to look like mine... :D

PS the cables are all Van Den Hul and I REALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLY suggest anyone looking for the most high fidelity sound check them out...they blow away all the other crap I tried. Mark at Lavacable is the man!

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When all this gear I bought last year showed up in the band room EVERYONE laughed at me and keep busting my balls about how long it would take to set all the shit up and how unrealistic I was being. Now at everyshow I plug in 3 cables, press three on buttons, and stand at the side of the stage laughing at them MUHAHAHAHAH!!


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I took that just a few minutes ago:

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Well, I sold the KH-20, the RV a while ago, and the H in see-thru black a few weeks ago. But I got the BMF H yesterday, and the Engl cab is on it's way out...Peter S. knows why. :D

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looks definitely great, but you cant be serious with the stickers on your CUSTOM ESP :confused: :doh:

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Well, I sold the KH-20, the RV a while ago, and the H in see-thru black a few weeks ago. But I got the BMF H yesterday, and the Engl cab is on it's way out...Peter S. knows why. :D



no!! :) why you sold the KH20 :) my KH2 is angry with you! :lol: :LOL:

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What's the big deal? It looks great on the ESP. :yes:

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New pics from my trip to Dillingen today, my new cab (Duesentrieb's gonna be happy :D ), and rig pics tomorrow! :rock:

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Rig pics from five mins ago! :rock:

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looks really really great ! how great is the changeable front? awesome. :rock:

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It's totally awesome, and it has a huge impact on the sound of the cab. So from now on I will never again say "Speaker XY sounds like YZ.", cos it's just not true. Everything in your setup matters and will change your sound.

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It's totally awesome, and it has a huge impact on the sound of the cab. So from now on I will never again say "Speaker XY sounds like YZ.", cos it's just not true. Everything in your setup matters and will change your sound.

A huge impact on the sound ?!! It's hard to believe !! Can you explain the difference please ?

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It's totally awesome, and it has a huge impact on the sound of the cab. So from now on I will never again say "Speaker XY sounds like YZ.", cos it's just not true. Everything in your setup matters and will change your sound.


exactly ! like the cables. when i first tried the cordial suggested by peter s it blew my mind away how different cables can sound !

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It's totally awesome, and it has a huge impact on the sound of the cab. So from now on I will never again say "Speaker XY sounds like YZ.", cos it's just not true. Everything in your setup matters and will change your sound.


exactly ! like the cables. when i first tried the cordial suggested by peter s it blew my mind away how different cables can sound !


what kind of Cordial Cables did you get? ckg road 75?

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what kind of Cordial Cables did you get? ckg road 75?[/quote]

no its some kind of these :

http://www.thomann.de/de/cordial_cti_9_ppsw.htm

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Not as fancy as most but it get the job done. :yes:


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It's totally awesome, and it has a huge impact on the sound of the cab. So from now on I will never again say "Speaker XY sounds like YZ.", cos it's just not true. Everything in your setup matters and will change your sound.

A huge impact on the sound ?!! It's hard to believe !! Can you explain the difference please ?


Well, you don't have to believe it, but it's the truth. If I hadn't heard it myself I would be sceptical too.

The difference: The black cover makes the sound more "defined, sharp", while the salt 'n pepper makes it way more "rounded". It's really hard to explain, but if you doubt my words all I can say is test it for yourself and you'll be surprised.

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It's totally awesome, and it has a huge impact on the sound of the cab. So from now on I will never again say "Speaker XY sounds like YZ.", cos it's just not true. Everything in your setup matters and will change your sound.

A huge impact on the sound ?!! It's hard to believe !! Can you explain the difference please ?


Well, you don't have to believe it, but it's the truth. If I hadn't heard it myself I would be sceptical too.

The difference: The black cover makes the sound more "defined, sharp", while the salt 'n pepper makes it way more "rounded". It's really hard to explain, but if you doubt my words all I can say is test it for yourself and you'll be surprised.


I believe you but I just wanted more precisions. And that's what I've got !
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Use it without the grille then :D

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Oh yeah, we tried that too - now that's a cool sound... :D

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@scottph: :shocked: never seen rune-inlays before..but looks nice...despite that 2 of them are a little bit...hmmm..lets say "delicate".

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That's my custom ESP M-SPH...the inlays are not "tricky" in any case, have a closer look and you'll see that they're not what you think:

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to be honest: they are EXACTLY what i thought, but their meaning is not that what most people would think. ;)

but looks awesome, great idea also!

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No, they're not. :no: They are actual runes, while the stuff you're thinking about is a modification. Deutsch: Die SS-Runen haben einen geraden Strich zwischen den beiden schrägen Strichen - jedenfalls meistens. :yes:

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haha, ja das weiss ich - die sig rune sieht anders aus - ich meinte die odal-rune.

EDIT: aber egal, können wir ja beizeiten mal drüber plauden.

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This is my gear .... not all my guitars though. Proud Diezel user since 2003 :rock: :rock: :rock:

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i need this fucing case goddammit :D :rock:
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Oh hei frantic, thank you and I'm glad you like. This is one of those I built for myself. The laquer is the hardest thing to get and the aging takes forever but the result speaks for itself. I love it. If you want to know anything on the specs for this one or want a soundfile let me know. This one Rocks like Billy's Esquires.

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absolutely yes!
a sound file would be great!
BTW:what do you mean built yourself?
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That's my custom ESP M-SPH...the inlays are not "tricky" in any case, have a closer look and you'll see that they're not what you think:

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Unbelievable inlay work btw...no filler whatsoever.


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My rig
Notice anything different about my Herbert??

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what kind of looper do you use to store presets with analaogic effects?
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It is a RG-16 made by http://www.rjmmusic.com

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That's really nice, but it would be even better if the lower panel was painted/sprayed?? the same way.

Did you do it yourself?

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That is immense! :thumbsup:

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Some of you have some great rigs out here!
No Diezel for me :cry: .. yet! I'll definitely post pics when I'm a proud Diezel user :D

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so, finally i found the time to take some quick pics:

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unfortuneately i have to admit that the einstein will only stay for a week, its not mine, but a friend of mine borrowed it to me. but it looks awesome. :D

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You should tell your friend to clean his Einstein, man this amp is dirty :gethim:

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Pics don't work for me petereanima. :no:

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Pics don't work for me petereanima. :no:


they are on myspace - maybe myspace is locked for you @ work?

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