Mike Gordon (Phish) Rig run-through

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by AllForYourDelig, Jan 2, 2013.


  1. AllForYourDelig

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  2. OptimusPrime

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    That was cool. Thanks for sharing man.
  3. JonnyAngle

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    My favorite part is the fight bell!
  4. scottfeldstein

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    Wow, just when I started thinking I was a bit of a gear nerd...
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  6. fivestringgecko

    fivestringgecko Supporting Member

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    +1 holy crap.

    5sg.
  7. klaus486

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    All that gear and in the end it sounds like a bass......crazy.

    The FX are cool tho.
  8. jmattbassplaya

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    That's awesome!
  9. jmattbassplaya

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    He's got an amazing tone. You can (almost) never not hear him in a mix.
  10. sprendorius

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    Thanks for posting! That is pretty cool.
  11. edwinhurwitz

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    Mine, too!
  12. Waterpilot

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    Fantastic.
  13. NightTripper

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    Wow. I don't know how he can even remember what everything does. I love his effects. Thanks for posting!
  14. Jared Lash

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    I've always dug Mike Gordon's tone and playing. What I took away from that video was that he's a guy that really spends the time to tweak his setup to get exactly what he wants. Gotta respect that.
  15. scottfeldstein

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    I'm not sure his description of how the Source Audio envelope filter works is really accurate, but still. Cool pedal and cool setup.
  16. blaze17

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    Isn't he backwards on the line array. I thought vertical stacking helped spread the sound wider.

    He sure stands close to his cabinets.
  17. enjoi1018

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    I would've given my leftie to see what he uses the SAMWBD for.....
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    lol +1 :)
  19. AllForYourDelig

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    Glad you all like it, I'm a phish nut (and a bass nut) but knew you guys would enjoy the video.

    Just saw them this past week for 4 nights and Mike was using a lot more effects than usual.
    Here's the Boogie On cover he was talking about in the video.
  20. AllForYourDelig

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    Seeing phish in 1 week. I thought I'd bump this for all the effects nerds.
  21. rsmith601

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    I am meeting with Mike Gordon in Toronto on 7/9 for our annual Source Audio effects summit!

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