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Posted - Jasin Todd 12 years 6 months ago #10

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Dude. I just found this: http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/Blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=94750

Looks like jasin is out of the band!

Let me know if you still want his gear info, or if there is someone else awesome on your list we should move on to.

requests 12 years 6 months ago #4

just list anyone who's gear you wnat info on

jasin todd (shinedown)

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #8

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Thanks. I'll add that to the top of my list!

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #9

awsome! thanks!:woohoo:

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #11

i know. its horrable... :(but i do have a feeling that he'll be back some day (he's still listed as being on the new album, and everyone on the forums is asking for him back). anyways, i did a little diggin on what gear he uses:
amps:
diezel vh4s
diezel cabs
marshall jcm800
marshall cabs (not sure which ones)
marshall mode four
vintage fenders (maybe bassman and deluxe?)
celestion vintage 30's

guitars:
gibson les paul standards
mcnaughts
gibson SGs and Vs
washburn HB35
fender american made teles
EMG 81 (bridge) and 85 (neck)

effects:
some kind of octiver
some line6 modulator
dunlop crybaby (not sure which one)
boss tuner(?)

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #15

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Here's some stuff I found to add to what we have so far:

GUITARS All Gibson—a ’59 Les Paul, an ES-335, an ES-336, and various Firebirds and SGs.

AMPS Diezel VH4, Marshall JCM 800, Fender Twin.

EFFECTS TS Various vintage chorus effects, Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face, Maestro Echoplex, CryBaby wah.

STRINGS Ernie Ball, .011-.050 set

source: www.guitarplayer.com/article/southern-fried-metal/jun-06/20942

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #16

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Interview with Jasin (found at www.van-halen.net/forum/showthread.php?p=58140 )


When it comes to gear you’re pretty much a vintage gear head?

Jasin:
Yeah I’ve got a couple of old Marshalls and old Orange amps but out on the road I use pretty much this new amp called a Diezel VH4. I use just that and a Marshall JCM 800 because a lot of the old guitars and old amps don’t really hold out on the road very much. I’ve got to have stuff that is going to work for me every night. I got the Diezel amp about five years when we first got a record deal. I just went to a shop and they hooked me up with one and I’ve never had any problems with it since. It has massive gain and with its four channels, you can pretty much pull out any sound you want. It’s a really reliable amp and pretty much the basis of Shinedown’s sound.

How many guitars do you take out on the road with you?
Jasin:
Because I had a couple accidents with the baritone guitars in the past, I don’t use those any more. And I also tune everything up to standard pitch now. Mainly, I have five Gibson guitars with me out on the road. I’ve been playing Gibsons from the moment I could afford one. I have an ES-335, an ES-336, a couple of Les Paul Standards and a Gibson Flying V. They all go into the Diezel VH4 and the Marshall JCM 800 that run four Diezel cabinets. I throw in a bunch of pedals too, like a couple of delay pedals, a CryBaby wah and a Fulltone Overdrive for the overdrive and that is pretty much it. There ain’t a whole lot of effects going on in my sound. The Gibson guitars stand up pretty much well on the road from the harshness of travelling and what they’re put through each night. I don’t have any problems with them. They’re the best guitars ever made. Period. Anything else is just a fuckin’ rip off.

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #17

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He endorses evidence audio cables: www.evidenceaudio.com/content/endorsements.html

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I took all the research, found a creative commons pic, and made a new article for Jasin Todd on the site. Check it out at Jasin Todd

Re:requests 12 years 6 months ago #21

that's awsome! thanks! :woohoo:
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