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    I hope the plan is to move MonsterRack under the 'Guitars' section in HC2.0. It would be a more logical location and the threads/questions people post in this forum might actually get reviewed/answered once and awhile.

    Just my 2 cents.....

  • #2
    Not all racks have guitar gear in them.

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    • #3
      Don't think your average HC'er cares much for guitar rack stuff. I love it and have found tonal nirvana with it. But I think everyone gets what they want elsewhere.

      And in terms of other things being in a rack.... just kidding
      "Be regular and orderly in your life so that you may be violent and original in your work" - Gustave Flaubert

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      • #4
        I hope the plan is to move MonsterRack under the 'Guitars' section in HC2.0. It would be a more logical location and the threads/questions people post in this forum might actually get reviewed/answered once and awhile.

        Just my 2 cents.....


        I suggested that here:

        http://acapella.harmony-central.com/showthread.php?t=2511192

        Personally, I think it should be moved as well.

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        • #5
          But then all the stupid ones that troll the guitar-sections will find it

          I say, let's hide it even better! Keep it away from HC 2.0. The new layout sucks anyway.
          Guitars -> Pedals -> Amp -> Rack -> Rest of the amp

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          • #6
            I got tons of rack stuff I used to use and had all the pedals setup and all. I now keep all that stuff in the studio for recording only pretty much and have cut down my live rigs weight after may last band was gigging regularly. The dead weight doesnt justify me lugging all that stuff around when i can get just as good a sound through pedals live, or at least good enough. The drunks in the clubs sure cant tell the difference so, I'd rather be able to move around the next day instead of suffering from sore muscles moving stuff.

            If its a really big show I'll go full tult and pull out my stack and stereo setup but in most cases, I'd rather grab tha cash and run after a gig at 20 in the morning after playing for 5 hours, often after working a day job too.

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            • #7
              But then all the stupid ones that troll the guitar-sections will find it

              I say, let's hide it even better! Keep it away from HC 2.0. The new layout sucks anyway.




              Bingo!

              This area may move at a much slower pace.
              But, I'm fine with that.
              Because, we're not getting flooded with off-topic posts.
              When you to the amp forum, you have to sift through a lot of stupid non-amp related posts to find one that is amp related.
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              • #8
                Bingo!

                Because, we're not getting flooded with off-topic posts.
                When you to the amp forum, you have to sift through a lot of stupid non-amp related posts to find one that is amp related.


                The amp forum is a joke. I read a thread the other day on Saliva and Nutmeg, two designer drugs that aren't illegal yet. 3 or 4 pages. I haven't been around here long enough so that if I wrote an opinion to the moderators, they'd do anything but pacify my POV. But jeez, that effin forum is a straight joke. 1 in 20 threads are about amps. Sad.

                The problem with this forum is that no one cept a precious few use or care about rack gear. Jeez, we even got several thread starters about squat racks. The only 2 new threads in like 3 weeks. No interest. Everyone has what they want as a wise man once said. And it ain't in the monster rack forum.
                "Be regular and orderly in your life so that you may be violent and original in your work" - Gustave Flaubert

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                • #9
                  I think the slower pace here has more to do with the fact that by the time most people have gotten into rack gear, they know the difference between balanced and unbalanced gear and how to hook everything up. So there's not a lot of questions to be asked; most people reading this forum are answerers, not askers.

                  And, if we do have a question, I think it's more likely to be asked, or has already been asked over at GS.
                  Originally Posted by Strings74


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                  • #10
                    I think the slower pace here has more to do with the fact that by the time most people have gotten into rack gear, they know the difference between balanced and unbalanced gear and how to hook everything up. So there's not a lot of questions to be asked; most people reading this forum are answerers, not askers.

                    And, if we do have a question, I think it's more likely to be asked, or has already been asked over at GS.


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                    • #11
                      Not all racks have guitar gear in them.


                      This. I've seen the occasional keyboardist and bassist post here in the past.

                      I have to agree though. It's very quiet. That's why I occasionally post in HRI instead for rack gear advice (if I need any)

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                      • #12
                        Im too much of a rack noob to post at hri, nor do i have the cash flow to run a rack like those guys do. But yeah, how many thousand members and i can get a couple replies to a noise gate thred in 2 weeks?

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                        • #13
                          Im too much of a rack noob to post at hri, nor do i have the cash flow to run a rack like those guys do. But yeah, how many thousand members and i can get a couple replies to a noise gate thred in 2 weeks?


                          I only have a rack wah and a G Major right now. I haven't seen that many huge racks (despite the name of the website), so I wouldn't worry about being a rack noob.

                          In fact, you usually see quite a lot of threads about pedalboards instead

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