John Shanks guitar rig

It would have been great for a full tour of Shanks' studio. All of Shanks guitars are strung with Ernie Ball Slinkys (.010 –.046) and most of them are tuned down a half-step. Here is the Fender Jaco Pastorius Fretless Jazz Bass that he uses on “Something to Believe In” off of Your eyes are deceiving you, this is not a ’59 “burst” Gibson Les Paul—it’s actually a replica custom-built by burst expert Peter “Max” Baranet.Another one-off is this korina Suhr Classic T pro that was constructed specifically for the 2009 NAMM Show.This relic’d signature Framus is equipped with a single Arcane Ultratron.Phil X tours with a trifecta of rocking heads starting with his signature Friedman 100-watt, single-channel head that is loosely based on the Brown Eye but allows Phil to cut the gain. However, he clearly knows the provenance of each piece, what's just been setup, what needs working on, etc. PG's Chris Kies spent some quality time with John Shanks, Phil X, and Hugh McDonald before their sold-out show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Press alt + / to open this menu. Copyright ©2020. (Shanks is working with John Suhr on a signature T-style that will feature similar cosmetics, hardware, and electronics. If this virus bs keeps up, I could see myself going down that road. After listening to his mix on the last Van Halen album, it's apparent that he doesn't know what they sound like.

The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear. 1963 Fender Stratocaster Inca Silver. Rig Rundown Best-Ofs: Funniest MomentsOne of rock’s loudest guitar-and-bass duos catalogs their ferocious setups.A modern blues master takes us through his signature gear and gives some insight into his upside-down style.2. Early life and education ... of that guitar-driven kind of pop sound”, as his work with Branch, Clarkson, Duff and Simpson employed many acoustic guitars in contrast to the synthesizer-heavy sound of the pop music of the period.

premierguitar.com 28 PREMIER GUITAR MAY 2017 RIG RUNDOWNS PG’s Chris Kies spent some quality time with John Shanks, Phil X, and Hugh McDonald before their sold-out show at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. 1. The board revolves around the Providence Pec-2 switcher. Carlos Santana Explains Why He Left Gibson for PRS Guitars, Believes He Saved the Company With Advice He Gave Paul Reed SmithThat was awesome! He claims that they basically built his dream guitar by making a larger, thicker SG-style body, paired it with a ’59 neck profile, and added a single Arcane PX-90 that was voiced with Phil’s help and input.5. In 2005, Shanks regrouped with …

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John Shanks full-rig/video. In this Rig Rundown video by Premier Guitar John talks through his gear and how he uses his compressor in conjunction with a few overdrives to create his base-tone. Your Pedalboards 2020: Part DeuxA baritone Fender Tele that gets busted out for “We Got It Going On.”After reading a review on a Moollon J Classic bass that claimed they were the closest thing to Fender making a 5-string Jazz Bass in 1963, Hugh got his hands on a pair of 5-strings and he’s been digging ’em ever since.5. For many projects, he leaves the mixing to the engineers. Rig Rundown Best-Ofs: Gargantuan Pedalboards Vol.

Cool if you can afford it, I guess, but I just can't comprehend putting most of it to regular use.

Must get pretty boring with nothing left to GAS for.

1,019 Likes, 19 Comments - John Shanks (@john_shanks) on Instagram: “#pedalboard #pedal #pedalboards #gear @vemuram_official @eventideaudio @nobelsofficial…” 1We go over the semi-filling, arena-rocking loads of gear that John Shanks, Phil X, and Hugh McDonald brought on the road to support 1.

Tue, Apr 12, 2011 6:15am. 1This was one of the main amps that was used for recording Phil’s utilitarian pedalboard holds his Xotic XW-1 Wah, an Eventide H9, a HardWire CR-7 Stereo Chorus, a LAA Custom Phil X Signature Overdrive prototype, a custom-voiced Way Huge Saucy Box (modded by Jeorge Tripps), Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor, a Boss TU-2 Tuner, and an MXR Talk Box.On Bass: Deconstructing a Perfect Bass LineA big fan of studio gear and rackmountable effects, Shanks tours with a lot of his recording treats like a TC Electronic G-Force, two Lexicon PCM 42 Digital Delays, an Eventide Eclipse V4, Bricasti M7 reverb, Empirical Labs EL8X Distressor, and an Avedis Audio E27.4. Not a bad sounding album though!

Revv D20 Demo - PG Gear SpotlightGuitarist Steve Salas was the liaison between Phil X and Framus so it only makes sense that Phil carries at least one of Salas’ signature Idolmaker axes.On PremierGuitar.com, "Sponsored Content" refers to articles, videos, or audio recordings that are produced or curated by an advertiser but that The first drawer in Shanks Rack is home to an Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, a Boss FA-1 FET Amplifier, A Lehle Parallel L an EHX Electric Mistress, a Way Huge Echo-Puss, B.K.

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Rig Rundown: Enterprise Earth's Gabe MangoldGuitarists Kerry McCoy and Shiv Mehra might have similar tastes in gear, but their approach to combining modern metal riffs with soundscape samples sets them apart.3. 1958 Gretsch Country Club Caddy Green.