webe123 Posted November 3, 2003 Share Posted November 3, 2003 This is my setup, I play in church so it is NOT going to look like van halens!(he!he!) Anyway, I have 4 guitars on stage, 1. A Taylor 312CE (US) 2. a Gibson Les Paul Studio (US) 3. a Fender 57 reissue stratocaster (US) 4. a Fender roland ready stratocaster (mexico) I play them through a Rolls MX -41 (4 channel in to one output) mixer. What I do, is run all four guitars into the MX-41 and run a single line from the out of the MX-41 to the input of my amp, which connects by XLR out to the PA. I leave all the volumes set on the mx-41 and what ever guitar I want to play, I simply use the guitar volume knob to turn on or off the guitar I am using! (I leave all the guitar volume knobs OFF except the one I am currently playing) I am also using a Line 6 Flextone 3 XL 2x12 (100 watt) guitar amp with the shortboard (pedalboard for the flex 3) I also have a Roland GR-33 MIDI guitar floor unit that I use with my roland ready strat. (I run the roland ready strat into the GR-33 and go out from the GR-33 in to the Rolls MX-41-I leave the amp on a "clean" setting when I use this) I also have a Boss AD-3 accoustic effect pedalboard that I use just for my taylor 312CE. (I run my Taylor into the Boss AD-3, then out of the AD-3 and into the Rolls MX-41-again, I leave the amp on a "clean" setting when I use this) So all in all, with the setup I have, I can pick up any guitar I have on stage and the only thing I have to adjust is the tone and volume on the guitar and the amp sound I want! Thats IT! (I have a volume control on my pedalboard that can adjust the overall volume of the amp.) I use the effects that come with my Flex 3 as they are killer and on the pedalboard, the volume control also acts as a wah pedal when you hit a switch. So that is pretty much my guitar setup at church. What is your setup made of? Did you choose your gear for the style you play? Did you choose what you have because you wanted it or because of your budget? Post your answers....this ought to be interesting! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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