Graham Coxon – Blur – 1993


A detailed gear diagram of Graham Coxon's 1993 Blur stage setup that traces the signal flow of the equipment in his guitar rig.

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Graham's guitar tech was interviewed on-stage after an amazing Blur show at The Roxy in Phoenix, Arizona.

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    Adam Cooper's award winning GuitarGeek rig illustrations have appeared in GuitarPlayer, Total Guitar UK, Guitarist, Alternative Press, History of Marshall Amplifiers, Roland/Boss User Guides, Ibanez Steve Vai Jemini & Paul Gilbert Airplane Flanger Instruction Manuals, Swervedriver's "Juggernaut Rides" CD as well as the longest running monthly column in Guitar World Magazine's history: Vulgar Display of Power. Before launching GuitarGeek.Com, Adam published the highly respected music zine, Whirlpool, which was distributed worldwide via major record store chains. As a guitarist and songwriter, he formed the band Alison's Halo which released two critically acclaimed records and secured coveted slots with bands like The Verve, Ultra Vivid Scene, Curve, Jimmy Eat World, Of Montreal, Butterfly Child, The Apples In Stereo, Gin Blossoms, The Boo Radleys, Stereophonics, Medicine, Lovesliescrushing, Bailter Space and many others.


    1. thermoboy says:

      Delay before distortion? DAFUQ

    2. GuitarGeek GuitarGeek says:

      Yeah, that was the order. It may have only been used on a song or two – and not in conjunction with other pedals. Although distortion after delay can sound really cool and smeared sometimes…

    3. Headd_ says:

      yeas i saw the same thing… very strange..but unusual it’s the right word.
      but why don’t we take a cup of tea speaking about the The 2 rats in line? huaeihueaihaue

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