G-Major arrived today. Took some fiddling to get it to make noise, as the previous owner had it set to Digital input, and I needed analog. I had to read the manual for that one, and I'm still trying to figure out how to make the Left and Right channels have different settings on them, at least with regards to delay tempos.
Setup is as follows. Guitar -> Channel 1 Decimator -> Engl rear input -> FX loop out to Decimator Channel 2 -> Mono to Mono/Mono adapter FX loop return (Is this necessary?) -> L/R out to G-Major -> L/R out to Mesa 50/50 -> Noise magnets.
Sleek and classy. Nothing sticking out of the front.
The Aforementioned "Red Light District"
Custom Wiring by yours truly. GC is clearing out those Customized wiring packs from Livewire for $30, which is a great price, considering they were $50 previously. And The wire cutter they include doubles as a cigar cutter . Not pictured: Cigarette smoke smell emanating from the 50/50, courtesy of the last owner. I need to pull it out and clean it up a bit, but most of the smell left when I retubed it.
Anyone know if there's a company that makes AC line cables that aren't 6 ft long? I could use a couple 1.5-footers to tidy this up some more.
BONUS: Cleaned up the workshop. Anyone need some parts? (I'm serious, there's too much junk here I'll never end up using.)
BONUS BONUS: The Boneyard. Where projects go to die.
(Actually, I've finished 3 guitars that were here over the last week, and added the holoflake "jackson" (Actually a Jackson Neck on a Bolt Guitars body from '91, made of solid maple.)
Current bodycount here is 5:
Holoflake (Nothing actually wrong, needs a pickup swap and a restring.)
Charvel Model 4 (Needs electronics)
Peavey Predator USA (Needs refret)
Jay Turser 12-String electric (Needs new strings)
Jackson Rhoads EX Professional (Needs new Locking Nut)
Nice. I'm about to take my G-System head unit and pedals out of my rack. I'm gonna stuff my Crate PowerBlock in there.
For power cords, go to Tiger Direct or some other computer/electronics suppliers. Sometimes they have short cords for equipment that's used on benches.