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Axe Fx III + GT22 = perfection

Discussion in 'Show Us Your Gear!' started by Megahertzz, Aug 15, 2019 at 5:44 AM.

  1. Megahertzz

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    Just finished my Axe Fx III rig. Gotta say I'm pretty satisfied

    Gear:

    SKB 6u rolling rack:
    • Furman PL-PRO DMC E power conditioner
    • Matrix GT1000FX power amp into a Matrix CFR12 monitor
    • Shure QLXD4 wireless
    • Axe FX III
    Pedaltrain Pro pedalboard:
    • Mission Engineering EP1-RJM x2
    • Mastermind GT22
    Luckily I didn't have to remove the rubber feet on the GT or the expression pedals, they fit perfectly in the gaps of the board.


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    In the back of the rack i have an RJM phantom power box, that provides midi signals and power to the GT22 through a 6 pin XLR cable. Everything is powered from the power conditioner, so that AXE FX, power amp, wireless and GT22 turns on by the press of only one button.

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    As for programming the GT22, i used the file user iaresee posted a while ago, and modified it quite a bit. The page setup is pretty similar, but tap tempo and tuner are combined in one button, and switching presets are done a bit differently. I want to have the tuner engage when the heel of exp. pedal 1 is down, and the toe switch (ext. ctrl. 3) is off, but i don't know how to make it happen. If anyone can help, I would be very grateful. Here are some screenshots and the file for those interested:



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  2. iaresee

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    Dig the L-O-O-P-E-R buttons. :D

    I should post my updated layouts...
     
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  3. JimB

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    Very cool. Great looking set up.
     
  4. rjmmusic

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    Please do! I've heard from a lot of people that are using yours as a basis for their setup. Much appreciated!
     
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  5. iaresee

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    Alright, there's my motiviation. This weekend!
     
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