At 0:10 in this video, Devin Townsend of [Vai](https://equipboard.com/band/vai), [Front Line Assembly](https://equipboard.com/band/front-line-assembly), [The Wild Hearts](https://equipboard.com/band/the-wildhearts), and [Strapping Young Lad](https://equipboard.com/band/strapping-young-lad), talks about his effect units and other equipment, and the TC Electronic G-Force is located in the middle of the rack.more
The user of the UltimateMetal Forum saw Type O Negative live in 2008 and wrote down the whole setup he saw that Kenny Hickey used. > He had the Rectifier on top most likely as a backup, as it wasn't turned on the entire show. In the rack he had: TC Electronic G Force Mesa Triaxis Mesa 2:90more
"Now I use a T.C. Electronic G-Force. I have nine presets, mostly delays and chorus. In every bank of sounds the first position is bone dry—no effects. We do a lot of improvisation as well, so I need some settings where I can engage individual effects, like a T.C. Nova that I can tap the tempo into for reverse delay, four different Burn Units with different drive settings, and an Electro-Harmonix POG for organ-type sounds."more
From the Stratovarius website forum: "I used ENGL Powerball on the last Stratovarius gigs. I had a Mesa Rectifier, but that was/is broken. Effects:live I use TC Electronics G-Force, in studio whatever the song needs, usually some harmonizer for the rhytm guitars and the same plus some delay for the solos." -- Timo Tolkkimore
"This is the work in progress picture. I'll take a finished picture on my next gig. I have to use 2 effects processors, which I'm not too happy about. The G-Force is fantastic, but I couldn't get it to absolutely everything I needed. I'm still using the Digitech IPS-33B for the complex harmonies."more
For guitarist, Nershi mainly uses a Collings I-35, a Santa Cruz D-Nershi Signature Model, a ’70s Martin D-28 ("FrankenMartin"), a 1955 Martin D-18, and a Ton Nershi T-Style Guitar. When it comes to amps, Nershi goes with his tried-and-true Fender formula involves a Blues Deluxe and a Blues DeVille. The handful of stomps that he relies on includes: Fulltone OCD, Fulltone Fat-Boost, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner, Fulltone Full-Drive 2, Pro Co RAT, Maxon Rotary Phaser, Dunlop Crybaby Wah, Line 6 Echo Park, TC Electronic G-Force. And for strings, picks, and accessories, he currently jams D'Addario EX115 (.010-.049), Rocktron MIDI Mate, Whirlwind Selector A/B, Sunrise acoustic pickup, K&K Pure Classic acoustic pickup, and Avalon U5.more
As the de-facto lead guitarist, er mando-man, Kang bounces between his Ron Oates Custom 5-string Octave Mandolin or Walker Electric 5-string Octave Mandolin. To amplify his custom 5-strings, he cranks up a Two-Rock Custom Reverb and Groove Tubes D75 Power Amp through a Bogner 2x12 cab. His two-board setup boasts a DigiTech XP100 Whammy Wah, a Electro-Harmonix Micro Metal Muff, a Electro-Harmonix Micro POG, a Electro-Harmonix Micro Synth, a Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron, a Line 6 DL4, a Keeley Phaser, a Fulltone Full-Drive 2, a Keeley-modded Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer, a Keeley Katana Clean Boost, a Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner, a Maxon Compressor, a Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, a Roland GR-33 Guitar Synth, a TC Electronic G-Force, a Sarno Music Solutions Steel Guitar Black Box, and the boxes are powered by a Voodoo Lab Ground Control and a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2+. And his uses various Elixir strings and Fender Extra Heavy picks.more
It's a pretty cool effects unit that is today 'getting on' a little. The major concern about the G-Force is the programmability is a bit of a pain compared to later equipment like the G-Major II which is also substantially less cost than the G-Force. I have used this unit for a number of years but never really mastered its idiosyncrasies all down to design really.