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Curious To Know How You Use Your Dream Rig

How Are You Using Your Dream Rig?  

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  1. 1. Do You Use Your Dream Rig Primarily For...

    • High Gain Tones (Hard Rock, Metal)
    • Clean Tones (Country, RnB, Jazz)
    • Crunch Tones (70's style Rock)
    • Blues Tones (Little Bit Dirty, Little Bit Clean and Everything Else In Between)
    • Other...


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I think the title says it all! How do you Dream? Are you a little bit country? or a little bit Rock-n-Roll?

 

Do you Wes Montgomery or do you Dave Mustaine?

 

Let us know!

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I voted 'other" but what we need is an "All of the above"to vote for.

 

I have a JTV69s, HD500 and DT25 combo and use them for a little bit of everything. I play in a cover band and need to play everything from elvis with an acoustic to full out Distortion.

This is the 1st rig that has it all in one and I'm loving it. 

Had a Flextone 2 for over 10 years and it was great but no where near the sounds or flexibility of the dream rig.

 

Now if I can only figure out how to use my tone knob to access some pedals via midi. 

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I vote all cause the point having this is to be able to play everything ;)

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I vote all cause the point having this is to be able to play everything ;)

For me the point is to be able to play anything as opposed to everything. A small distinction maybe but I think a valuable distinction nonetheless.
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well ok, anything works for me too. English is not my 1st language... sometimes I mess up

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I use the dream rig for performing and use my Variax & HD500 for recording. I have gone from the amp to my Digital Interface but get better sounds from the pre-amp.

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