Trey’s Guitar Rig for Riviera Maya 2017 was unchanged from MSG 2016-17, which is not too surprising, given the extent of upgrades that went into the MSG re-build and the fact that Trey seemed to really dig the tones he was getting from the new setup.  Check out photos and details below.

Amplification: Trainwreck Komet 60 (x2) — Rhythm amp has NOS Phillips 6L6 tubes; Lead amp has NOS Mullard EL34 tubes.  Bruno Speaker Cabinets(x2) loaded with Celestion G12-65 Heritage Speakers.  Victoria Reverberato.  Leslie G-37 guitar rotating speaker.

Guitars: Koa #1.

Floor Pedals: Beigel Tru-Tron; Boomerang, Whammy II, CAE RS-10 Audio Switcher (see here for signal chain), Crybaby Wah, Ernie Ball Volume, Lehle Little Dual Amp Switcher, Boss FS-5 switches.

Rack Pedals: 2 x TS-808; Way Huge Supa Puss; Shin-ei Uni-Vibe; Klon Centaur; Alesis Microverb.

Rack (from top):  Furman Power Conditioner, Korg DTR-2 Tuner, Ibanez DM-2000, TC Electronic D-Two, 3 x CAE 4×4.

Mics: Trey’s rig is mic’d by a Shure SM-57 and a Royer SF-12.

Below, you can see that the top Komet is labeled A-6L6 and the bottom one is labeled B-EL34, and that these markings are mirrored on the Lehle Little Dual Amp Switcher (the red pedal on the floor)


Below is a shot of the rack.  You can see labels affixed to the pedals that correlate them with numbered loops in the CAE RS-10 floor controller.  They’re consistent with the signal chain we laid out for MSG.  For more on signal chain, see here.


Below is a look at the floor array, which includes the Beigel Tru-Tron, the Whammy II, CAE RS-10 switcher, Crybaby Wah, and Boomerang.  Plus a Fender-style reverb/tremolo pedal to control the Victoria Reverberato.  Also, 5 x Boss FS-5 switches: (1) “once” pedal for the Boomerang; (2) tap tempo for the Supa Puss; (3) mutes for the DM-2000 digital delay; (4) and (5) control the Leslie G37 (on/off & fast speed/slow).


And finally, the Leslie G-37, the Bruno cabinets, Koa #1, and the SE Electronics GuitaRF filters.