Amplification: Mesa Boogie Mark III Long Head; Bogner Shiva combo; 2 2×12 felt-covered vertical cabs (Note: this is the first appearance of the black felt covered cabs; I believe these are just the old school wooden Languedoc 2×12 guitar cabinets of yesteryear with a new felt covering on them; presumably after 30 years of touring, those cabs were pretty beat up). Leslie rotating speaker (this may be the last regular appearance of the vintage Leslie before it it replaced by the Leslie G-37)
Guitars: 1999 Koa.
Floor Pedals: Digitech Whammy II; TC Electronic Nova Repeater Digital Delay; Dunlop Wah; CAE Audio Switcher; Boomerang Phrase Sampler (looks white in one picture); Boss FS-5U (heavy things sample), TS-9/808 Tube Screamers. Goff Trek II Leslie Controller (this may be the last appearance of this pedal, which is only used with the vintage Leslie, apparently, and not the new G-37 Guitar Leslie). There are several other tap-type switches and bypass switches I can’t ID.
Rack Pedals: Univibe; Fulltone Tape Delay, Ross Compressor.
Rack: Furman Power Conditioner, the Korg DTR-2 Tuner, the Alesis Microverb, Ibanez DM-2000, and a space split between the CAE Black Cat Vibe and the CAE Super Tremolo.
This shot from Chicago’s Northerly Island (7-19-14) shows us the bulk of the floor array. From Trey’s left, we see the Goff Trek Leslie controller, the CAE switcher, the Whammy II and TC Electronics Nova Delay, then the Wah/TS-9s/Ross Compressor and the Boomerang, followed by the wah. To Trey’s right, above the rack, are the Uni-Vibe and the Fulltone Tape Delay.
The above shot is from Clarkston, MI (7-16-14). The Mark III long head sits atop the Bogner Shiva combo that is unmic’d (the Bogner logo is obscured by black tape). They are flanked by the felt-covered 2x12s. The rack appears to include the Alesis Microverb, the CAE Super Tremolo and CAE Black Cat Vibe, and the Ibanez DM-2000.
Above: a close-up of the tape delay and Uni-Vibe from Merriweather (7-26-14)
Another shot from Merriweather (7-26) gives a good angle on the floor array. From Trey’s left: The Goff Trek Leslie controller, the CAE switcher, Whammy II, Delay, Wah, TS-9/808 Tube Screamers and another expression pedal. I believe this expression pedal on Trey’s right side controls the speed of the tremolo in his rack. Note the vintage Leslie behind him. We also get a nice look at the Ross Compressor sitting atop the rack.