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About CabinFever47

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    A Cherry Ghost
  • Birthday 10/19/1985

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    Shreveport, Louisiana
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    Audio recording/producing/mixing. Songwriting, guitar, bass, drums, singing. Camping, reading, hiking, swimming, etc.
  1. From what I hear, the C1 model is an upgrade as far as the reverb goes, though I haven't played a CC1 to confirm. I find it to be usable on mine, but I prefer using my Holy Grail reverb. Yes, mine has dual inputs. One for the normal channel and one for the top boost channel, which has more EQ control. The only way to switch between them is through an AB or ABY switch. The top boost channel has a lot more gain and midrange on tap, so i use it most. Speaking of the CC1, do those have onboard tremolo?
  2. Perhaps I came off the wrong way. I would consider my rig to be somewhat Wilco inspired, but it is not intended to be an exact replication by any means. I've been through a ton of gear and was left wanting, so I decided to buy some of the stuff (pedals) that I'd seen of theirs. I had my Tele and Vox well before I knew about Sansone's guitars or Tweedy's gear, so I'd be playing those either way. I did not intend to imply that I'm the ultimate musician or that I sound like WIlco with my post. Ultimately, as has been pointed out, the gear only does so much without the right hands. I think
  3. Hi all, I'm new here and glad I found this place. I am wondering if there are any guitar playing fans out there that have designed their rigs based on Wilco's equipment. I understand that some equipment evolves, but that's the fun part anyways. My personal rig is Wilcoesque with a major in Tweedyism. Here's what I play (not an exact copy) Guitars: Gibson Les Paul Special/Fender Road Worn '50s Tele Amp: Vox AC15C1 Pedals: TC Polytune, EHX Germanium OD, Death By Audio Interstellar Overdriver, Freakshow FX Rabbit, EHX Little Big Muff, EHX The Worm, and an EHX Holy Grail I know that eac
  4. I'm a little late as well, and new here, but would like to add my perceptions/experience of the Dallas show. First off, this was my first Wilco show. Arriving at the venue, I didn't get the feeling that I was about to attend a charged, rock concert. The soon-to-be audience seemed very mild in behavior and almost gave off the feeling that we were attending a low-key acoustic set of music rather than Wilco. Nonetheless, I was excited. Although I loved Nick Lowe, I can see how such a laid back one man acoustic opener could have kept the energy low. Maybe the opening act is what influen
  5. Great article. Sansone doesn't get as much attention as he deserves, in my opinion. Thanks for sharing.
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