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John Connolly was a drummer for the band Piece Dogs. He later joined the band Sevendust as a Guitar player and has recorded with them on all their albums. Connolly is also one of the main songwriters for Sevendust. He's well known for his fire designed custom made Epiphone Les Paul guitar.

Let's look at some of the gear and equipment that has been seen in Sevendust's John Connolly's Guitar Rig. The profile has gear he's used over the past decade.

John on guitar 

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Guitars
- Epiphone signature John Connolly Les Paul guitar

- Dean USA custom Soltero

- Dean USA Time Capsule Z guitars

- Gibson Les Paul Customs (78' and 79')

- Gibson Explorer ('91)

- Gibson Les Paul Studios (83', 91')

- 12 string Epiphone Les Paul

 



Amps and Cabinets

 - EVH 5150 III

- Peavey 6505

- Randall RM300

- Randall Vmax (discontinued)

- Marshall Valvestate 200 Bi-Chorus Head

- Marshall '71 Supertremolo

- Randall XL Series Cyclone 300-Watt Head (discontinued)

- Randall XL Series Titan 300W Head (discontinued)

- Marshall 4x12 Cabinet

- Randall R412XLT Cabinet

 



Effects and more
- Digitech XP-100 Whammy II Wah

- Dunlop Uni-Vibe / Wah Controller Pedal

- Dunlop DCR-ISR Crybaby Rack Wah

- Korg DTR-2 Rack Tuner

- Mesa/Boogie Amp Switcher

- Rocktron Hush IICX Noise Gate

- Shure Wireless

- MXR EVH Phase 90

- TC Electronic Nova Delay pedal

- TC Electronic Gate Compressor

- Way Huge Saffron Squeeze Compressor

- Electro-Harmonix (studio)

- Dimebag Wah (Dunlop DB01)

- Ernie Ball Wah

- Vox Tonelab



- Boss BF-2 Flanger pedal



 

 

String and Picks

- Dunlop Jazz III (Tortex version) guitar picks

- Ernie Ball .012–.054




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