Note: Most of this information is pulled from the August 1996 issue of Guitar Shop magazine (thanks to TGR reader JS for sending along!). I’ll be updating and confirming with stage shots as I find them. Please contact me at the email address or social media accounts listed on the right of this site if you have any dated photos that may be helpful. Thanks!
Amplification: Groove Tubes Dual 75 Selectable Stereo Tube Amplifier; Bradshaw 3-channel preamp; Leslie 900 horn/crossover.
Cabinets: 2×12 Languedoc wood cabinets.
Guitars: Old Reliable, Koa #1.
Effects Rack (from top): Furman Power Conditioner, Ibanez DM-2000, EHX Small Stone Phase Shifter; Roland MS-1 Digital Sampler; 1x Ibanez TS-9, 1 x Ibanez TS-10; Ross Compressor; Korg DTR-2 Tuner, 2 x CAE 4×4.
Amp Rack (from top): Furman Power Conditioner, Black Cat Vibe, CAE/Bradshaw 3-channel preamp, 3 x Alesis Microverbs (“Reverse,” “Vast,” and “Full”); 2 x CAE 4×4; CAE Tremolo; Peavey Valverb Reverb/Tremolo, GT Dual 75.
Below is a shot from Clifford Ball that appears largely — though not entirely — consistent with the rig described above. The pedals (Tube Screamers, EHX Phaser, etc.) are hidden somewhere, likely behind the rig. The Leslie 900 horn is the black box with grills sitting above the amp rack.