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Old 07.23.03, 1:40 PM
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i saw them about 2 years ago and i really like these guys, does anyone know what pedals they use??? I dont know if walter uses many but the other dude does thanks
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the "other dude"...

ian love, from rival schools has a new band called cardia.

http://www.cardiamusic.com/

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*'84 50 watt jcm 800 2204
*70's white marshall 4x12 (with 35watt and 25watt celestions)

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*gallien krueger 800rb
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Re: the "other dude"...

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ian love, from rival schools has a new band called cardia.

http://www.cardiamusic.com/

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awesome thanks,
i havent listened to Rivalschools for a long time and last night i listened to united by fate for the 1st time and i remember how great they are, thanks for the link
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Ian uses a seek wah on "high acetate."
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Meh I liked Gorilla Biscuits much better
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check out this interview with Ian Love. He gives a detailed explanation of his rig http://www.gibson.com/whatsnew/press...001/nov8a.html
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walter plays a gibson paul custom with the bridge pickup almost touching the strings and a seventies telecaster with a maple fretboard and duncan little '59 bridge pickup, through a seventies marshall jmp, no pedals. ian plays a gibson 335 through a varying amount of amps, usually gibson goldtone combos or vht with a bogner 2x12. his amps change frequently. his pedals are zvex seek wah and line 6 delay modelers among others

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Ian has never used a Gibson Goldtone. He's using a Vox AC-30 right now with Cardia.

from that link i posted above:

"In my live setup, my main guitar is a í69 Gibson ES-335 with a Bigsby. I also have a í64 Telecaster and a í69 Guild jumbo acoustic that I bring out for when we play in-store acoustic sets. Onstage, I play through a í72 Marshall 2x12 open-back combo. Itís a 50 watt amp and it sounds amazing. Itís the one that came out right after the Bluesbreaker combo.

For my effects, I have a custom pedalboard that was made by a guy in Atlanta. In it, I have an Ernie Ball volume pedal, VHT Valvulator, Colorsound fuzz/wah pedal, Boss Supershifter pedal, Z-Vex Fuzz Factory, Electro-Harmonix Memory Man, Line 6 Modulation Modeler and Line 6 Delay Modeler with an expression pedal to change the settings. I also have a Theramin that I use through a Boss delay pedal. Itís a really small, custom-built Theramin that was built in London. Itís about the size of a walkie talkie."
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he DID play a goldtone combo. at cincinnatti in 2000 or 2001, whenever the album came out
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The fact that Rival Schools Split up just makes me wonder what kind of guy Walter is, because didnt Quicksand break up because of 'tension between band mates' and dint he leave Gorilla Biscuits because of 'creative differences'................
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he DID play a goldtone combo. at cincinnatti in 2000 or 2001, whenever the album came out
my apologies. ive only ever seen him use the rigs he's described in magazines (The VHT/Bogner stuff, and the Marshall combo).
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found some more info about tracking united by fate (this is from guitar player buzz section in 2002) Schreifels covered the straight-ahead sounds and fundamental riffs, while Love added ambient tones and handled most of the lead work. Schreifels plugged his early '70s Tele and '78 Les Paul Custom (both strung with D'Addario .011s) straight into a late-'70s, 100-watt Marshall JMP (with master volume) and 4x12 cabinet. Love's Bigsby-equipped '69 Gibson ES-335 and '64 Tele (both strung with Gibson .010s) were played through a variety of rigs, including a 100-watt VHT Pitbull head driving a Bogner 2x12 cabinet, a tweed Fender Bassman, an Ampeg Jet, an old Gibson combo, a Vox AC30, a 100watt Marshall JCM 800 head, and a Leslie cabinet. Effects included an Electro-Harmonix Memory Man, a Prescription Electronics Experience octave/fuzz, a Z. Vex Seek Wah (featured on the opening riff to "High Acetate"), and several Echoplexes. Schreifels tracked acoustic parts with a Martin, while Love used a Guild. word! anyway, heard the second album. not as good, more riff oriented and the songs don't develop as much. still good tho, and i will buy it if its ever released. i believe the 50 watt marshall mentioned by ian in the gibson interview is a 2100 lead and bass. its from the same era, has the same wattage and the same speaker configuration. it is also used by mssr. miller from mission of burma
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A random point of information: They take their band and album names from a 3D fighting game by Capcom called "Rival Schools: United By Fate."
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