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post Feb 6 2016, 07:11 PM
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John Petrucci's rig for the upcoming Dream Theater tour, featuring the new JP-2C Signature model amp (Rackmount version)!

Entire signal chain:

Ernie Ball Music Man Guitar(Majesty/ JP 15/ JP 16)—> TRS Cable to Framtone A/B Box
A/B box Piezo OUT—> ISO Transformer —> TC Electronic BodyRez pedal —> Acoustic signal DI to FOH —> PA and Monitors
A/B Box Magnetic OUT —>
RJM Tone Saver(Out 2 feeds TC Electronic Polytune2 Blacklite Tuner on pedalboard)
RJM Tone Saver Out 1—> Jim Dunlop Guitar Products JP95 Wah Pedal (Mounted in rack chasis)
JP95 Wah Pedal —> RJM Mini Effects Gizmo loop switcher IN
Loop 1: TC Electronic Hyper Gravity compressor
Loop 2: Keeley Red Dirt Overdrive pedal
Loop 3: TC Electronic Helix Phaser pedal
Loop 4: TC Electronic Viscous Vibe pedal
Loop 5: TC Electronic John Petrucci Dreamscape pedal(2 daisy chained together for different sounds. Manually switched between)
RJM MEG OUT —> Mesa Boogie JP2C Amp INPUT
Mesa Boogie JP2C Amp FX Loop SEND —> Fractal Audio Axefx XL+ INPUT
Fractal Axefx XL+ OUT 1 L/R —> Mesa Boogie JP2C FX Loop RETURN(Amp 1 and Amp 2. Amp 2 used as power amp for main cabinet sound)
Mesa Boogie JP2C Amp 1 and 2 Speaker Outs —> 2x Mesa Boogie Recto 1x12 cabs(mic’d for PA and Monitors)
Fractal Axefx XL+ OUT 2 L/R —> Mesa Boogie 20/20 DynaWatt power amp( Drives Mesa Boogie Mini Recto 1x12 Slant cabs for monitor wedges)

Pedalboard: RJM Mastermind GT22 Midi Controller
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
Dunlop JP95 Wah Pedal(control for rack mounted JP95)
TC Electronic Polytune2 Blacklite tuner


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post Feb 6 2016, 09:53 PM
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I'd LOVE a rack mount version of his new amp smile.gif


QUOTE (Mertay @ Feb 6 2016, 01:11 PM) *
John Petrucci's rig for the upcoming Dream Theater tour, featuring the new JP-2C Signature model amp (Rackmount version)!

Entire signal chain:

Ernie Ball Music Man Guitar(Majesty/ JP 15/ JP 16)—> TRS Cable to Framtone A/B Box
A/B box Piezo OUT—> ISO Transformer —> TC Electronic BodyRez pedal —> Acoustic signal DI to FOH —> PA and Monitors
A/B Box Magnetic OUT —>
RJM Tone Saver(Out 2 feeds TC Electronic Polytune2 Blacklite Tuner on pedalboard)
RJM Tone Saver Out 1—> Jim Dunlop Guitar Products JP95 Wah Pedal (Mounted in rack chasis)
JP95 Wah Pedal —> RJM Mini Effects Gizmo loop switcher IN
Loop 1: TC Electronic Hyper Gravity compressor
Loop 2: Keeley Red Dirt Overdrive pedal
Loop 3: TC Electronic Helix Phaser pedal
Loop 4: TC Electronic Viscous Vibe pedal
Loop 5: TC Electronic John Petrucci Dreamscape pedal(2 daisy chained together for different sounds. Manually switched between)
RJM MEG OUT —> Mesa Boogie JP2C Amp INPUT
Mesa Boogie JP2C Amp FX Loop SEND —> Fractal Audio Axefx XL+ INPUT
Fractal Axefx XL+ OUT 1 L/R —> Mesa Boogie JP2C FX Loop RETURN(Amp 1 and Amp 2. Amp 2 used as power amp for main cabinet sound)
Mesa Boogie JP2C Amp 1 and 2 Speaker Outs —> 2x Mesa Boogie Recto 1x12 cabs(mic’d for PA and Monitors)
Fractal Axefx XL+ OUT 2 L/R —> Mesa Boogie 20/20 DynaWatt power amp( Drives Mesa Boogie Mini Recto 1x12 Slant cabs for monitor wedges)

Pedalboard: RJM Mastermind GT22 Midi Controller
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
Dunlop JP95 Wah Pedal(control for rack mounted JP95)
TC Electronic Polytune2 Blacklite tuner


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post Feb 6 2016, 10:18 PM
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I only got confused with the loop list, amp loop is axe fx so are those fx going to his amps input?


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post Feb 7 2016, 05:50 AM
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I think so smile.gif He mentioned in an interview I read that he just uses the axe fx for fx, so that he doesn't get any sort of patch change delay. He bypasses the amp simulation in the axe fx. After all, he uses his new jp boogies or vintage boogies or triaxis for that smile.gif

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I only got confused with the loop list, amp loop is axe fx so are those fx going to his amps input?


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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Feb 7 2016, 04:50 AM) *
I think so smile.gif He mentioned in an interview I read that he just uses the axe fx for fx, so that he doesn't get any sort of patch change delay. He bypasses the amp simulation in the axe fx. After all, he uses his new jp boogies or vintage boogies or triaxis for that smile.gif


What got most of my attention was the keeley there, I get the TC stuff as adding them can be a deal between them but for dirt not using mesa pedals and keeley is interesting.

That company isn't big/rich at all but has strong artist relations simply cause of good products and modifications. I think JP personally prefered it as his main boost (he tried many different ones on previous tours) and might be worth checking that pedal out.


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post Feb 8 2016, 04:19 PM
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QUOTE (Mertay @ Feb 7 2016, 02:18 AM) *
What got most of my attention was the keeley there, I get the TC stuff as adding them can be a deal between them but for dirt not using mesa pedals and keeley is interesting.


The Red Dirt OD is a very modded and versatile Tube Screamer.
That type of drive is something Boogie doesn't really do, as they obviously have their own unique style of drive. JP goes from clean to mean to scream and everything in between, so I imagine he needs a good TS tone.


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