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Jeff Loomis is the lead guitar player in the Seattle progressive metal band, Nevermore. Loomis has also played solo and with the band Sanctuary.

Let's look at some of the gear and equipment that has been seen in Jeff's Nevermore guitar rig.

If you can add more information to this, please post a comment.

Jeff Loomis on Schecter guitar

CoolClick the gear images for more info and specs at Guitar CenterCool

 

Guitars
- Schecter Jeff Loomis Signature Guitars (blood red color and black ones. Come in both Floyd Rose and hardtail models. Also comes win 6 and 7 string models)

- Schecter Guitar Research Jeff Loomis JLV-7 FR 7-String guitar
 (also comes in 6 string and non-Floyd Rose models)

- 2 007 Schecter Elites (dark grey, red)

- Schecter C-7 Hellraiser and Blackjack guitars

- ESP H307 (green)

- 3 Custom Axtra Stylus'

- 1 Gibson V 67 Reissue (maroon)

- 1 Ovation Acoustic (black)

- 1 Yamaha Classical (natural)

- EMG-707 pickups

- Warmoth guitars

- Jackson King V

- ESP LTD H-307

 

 

Amps and Cabinets
- ENGL Amps - ENGL Savage 120 head. Also E670

- ENGL 100 watt stereo power amp

- ENGL Pro XXL Cab 4x12 with Greenback speakers

- Marshall cabs

- Carvin cabs

- Krank Krankenstein amps and cabs

- Kemper Profiling amp

 



Effects and More

- Axe-FX Ultra

- Line 6 Pod Pro XT

- Digitech X-Series Delay

- Digitech Reverb

- Digitech Chorus

- Digitech Whammy

- Digitech Brian May pedal

- Krank Distortus Maximus Distortion pedal

- BBE Sonic Stomps and 482i Sonic Maximizers (quoted on the BBE website)

- Maxon OD808 Overdrive Pedal

- Fractal Audio Axe-Fx (used at home)

- MXR Stereo Chorus

- Way Huge Electronics Green Rhino Mk II

- Maxon VOP-9 (he has a quote on the Maxon site about this pedal - "go to pedal for that extra gain i need for my solos")







Strings, Picks and More
- Dunlop Tortex 1.5 mm and 2mm Sharp Picks

- Ernie Ball strings (More recently 9-46+66. Also may have used 70 gauge on bottom and 10-52 for the other strings)

- Dunlop .88mm guitar picks

- Coffin Cases

 

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