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sameer of flyleaf

13 years 8 months ago - 13 years 8 months ago #623 by musicislife4567
PRS guitars
theres also a couple pics of him playing a white les paul

marshall silver jubilee
marshall cabs

line 6 dl4
boss dd-3 delay (2)
boss ph-3 phaser
ibanez sonic distortion
boss ch-1 chorus
boss tu-2 tuner
tortuga effects neptune vibe
ernie ball volume pedal

you can also hear a digitech whammy pedal on again, although i can't find anything stating he uses one, he also uses a violin bow to play

heres my sources

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13 years 7 months ago #624 by uberpro
Replied by uberpro on topic Re:sameer of flyleaf
That rig is way old (6 years), so I decided to investigate more. Here are some pictures and info that give some hints as to the newer rig:

That Gibson Les Paul appears to be a white Les Paul Studio.

He now uses a Voodoo Lab Ground Control and Ernie Ball volume pedal

Playing a PRS Mira guitar

PRS hollowbody guitar

Orange guitar, Marshall half stack, and Vox AC30, in 2007

A big pedalboard and Diezel cabs in 2007

Another PRS guitar

Anyone have some info regarding what pedals the Ground Control is controlling?

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13 years 7 months ago #625 by musicislife4567
okay for the pedals i can make out some of them

line 6 dl4
boss delay
boss flanger bf-2
boss ds-1
visual sound liquid chorus
ibanez ts-808
digitech whammy
boss tuner

thats all i can really tell for sure

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