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Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby OldSchoolDave » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:51 pm

Show us your HI-TONE rig here!

This is my "small room" setup from last night:

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The SA112 is powering the HI-TONE DR-F cab (internal speaker disconnected). Tons of projection and thump. I receive compliments on the sound every time.

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby OldSchoolDave » Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:55 pm

..one more shot (a closeup this time):

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby louis » Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:01 am

WOW !!!

This looks cool !!

I still think that this 2x12 cab is the best looking cab of all
the ones I've seen !!


Louis :wink:

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby OldSchoolDave » Tue Feb 15, 2011 3:37 pm

louis wrote:I still think that this 2x12 cab is the best looking cab of all


I agree, Louis. Can't wait to get another 2x12 cab, so I can stack two of them for larger rooms :twisted: .

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby Zells » Wed Feb 16, 2011 3:17 pm

Cool. Be sure the stack the 2x12s vertically for best sound dispersion.

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby guitar_tod77 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:41 pm

right after the action stopped. doing some fuzzy demo work with what are my most sacred and cherished pieces of equipment :D
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DR103 'Duces Wild' half stack
1977 Telecaster Deluxe
Colorsound One Knob Fuzz one-off replica by bryan lundstrom (Catalinbread Pedals/Solid Stompboxes)

see and hear this picture in action here...
http://stompboxes.co.uk/forum/viewtopic ... 2&start=50
and here...
http://soundcloud.com/dacod/sounds-from-wednesday

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby menace2u » Mon Jan 23, 2012 1:20 am

Danny took the opportunity to use my Hiwatt badged Hi-Tone DR504 and DR-F Loaded 4 x 12 cabinet at his gig on 1-21. I had noodled around with it in my home studio but to put in in a club and let that thing breath was a sound to behold!

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby Dr.HI-TONE » Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:02 am

Newest member of the HI-TONE Family Will Hoge rocking the Super Bowl Village.

Will is a great guy with lots of great songs! Check out his catalog and check him out live if possible.

Critically acclaimed Nashville singer/songwriter Will Hoge’s seventh studio album, aptly titled NUMBER SEVEN, explores the struggles of the heart that are Hoge’s songwriting stock in trade while revealing enticing range and freshness on the sonic front. The Philadelphia Inquirer noted its “raw, impassioned power,” while the Chicago Sun-Times called it “a rich, textured album.” For the past 10 years, Hoge has maintained a rigorous touring schedule, building his fan base by playing hundreds of shows a year. Hoge recently made his late night TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92KlrvW5_Ac
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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby OldSchoolDave » Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:57 am

I like the full-length clip you just uploaded: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLtF2BKrJW4

For some reason, it sounds a little better. Although, maybe it's just that my ears have a chance to adjust to the cold strings and cellphone mic before the good part starts ;) .

It's really cool the way the picture-in-picture effect magnifies the HI-TONE badges a few times (like around 0:41). :twisted:

Happy to have Will Hoge on board :D .

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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby evel1 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:11 pm

No action shots yet, hope to within the next year (after my studies are COMPLETE) to get back out there.

In the interim though, here is my newset acquistion. ;) DR-F loaded. The amp itself is a re-badged Hi-tone DR 504, built by Mark Huss. :D

Hopefully I am plugging this post in the right spot? If not, please advise.

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I have only cranked out about 20 minutes on it thus far. I am going to fire it up over the weekend. More to follow. ;)

PS: The blue BCBS bags you see, to the side of the cabs, are loaded with all sorts of pedals a buddy is letting me "borrow." Boss Space Echo, the Rotary one, Dunlop Uni-Vibe, A/DA Flanger...a couple of more that escape memory. I cannot wait to hear the Uni-vibe through the new cabinet.

I cannot emphasize enough how much of a class act(s) that Markk and Clayton are! True gentlemen, but you already knew that. Thanks for looking!
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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby Dr.HI-TONE » Fri May 18, 2012 6:26 pm

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Will has been racking up the hours on his HI-TONE this year. 2-4 shows a week.

Check him out if he comes to your area!

http://willhoge.com/wired/tour/
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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby jrsdws » Tue Jun 05, 2012 1:30 am

The kid got invited to play with a local band in the beer tent at a family oriented summer fest Saturday night. Needless to say, the little combo amps on stage had some bumps and bruises afterwards as they were struggling to keep up with the Hiwatt and Dr. F loaded Hi-Tone Cab!!!
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Re: Show us your HI-TONE rig in action

Postby guitar_tod77 » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:11 pm

hey dad, what does a band with 3 fuzzed out guitars practice space look like?

like this son. just. like. this.

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bestest. rig. ever. (no.2 guitar pictured. not pictured my no.1 a 77 tele deluxe)
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