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    Posted: February 12 2009 at 16:17
Im curious what other musicians out there use and how they use it (for fun, a band, recording other bands etc.)

I must admit im a pretty spoiled 16 year old (even though all I ask for during Cristmas and Birthday is musical equipment and most of it is my Dads that he lets me use all the time)

Electric Guitars:
PRS Custom 24

Acoustic Guitars:
Martin Steve Howe Signature
Seagull Grand Artist

Amps:
Peavy Deuce (120 watt tube amp)
Peavy Valve King (50 watt tube amp)

Keyboards:
Roland X8

Effects:
Line 6 XT Live
Boss Analog - Flanger, Heavy Metal(distortion), Chorus, Noise Suppresser
Morely Wah Pedal

Recording:
Boss BR-1600CD 16 track recorder

I also have two Peavy Cabnets and two Sunn Cabnets and a Mixing board from the 70's I think. I play in two bands and I also get paid for recording local bands and allowing them to use my equipment.

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Electric Guitars

Brian Moore Guitars I12000 Series which is not going to be mine for much longer
Epiphone LP-100 (piece of crap, barely use it)
Samick stratocaster copy.
I also have a guitar coming in the next few weeks, will update when it arrives in my possession.

Acoustic/Classical:

1980s Yamaha classical (I forget what exact model, will update post when I find out)

Amplification:

Behringer V-amp 2 provides my main preamp tones, going into 2 Behringer 75 watt studio monitors.

Effects:
Boss DS-1
Behringer Noise Reducer NR-100
Behringer Hellbabe (wah pedal)

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Here we go:

Stringed Instruments
1956 Silvertone F-hole acoustic
Seagull Artist acoustic (w/ Godin Electronic- amazing)
Fender 12string acoustic
1999 Fender American Stratocaster (w/ Texas Special pickups)
Ibanez Artcore
Fender Geddy Lee signature jazz bass
Spector 5-string bass
Fender electric mandolin
Hondo Banjo

Keys
Yahmaha DGX-205
Korg microKORG

Processors
Line 6 POD LiveXT
Boss ME-50

Amplification
Peavy 212 Stereo Chorus (excellent sound- a gift from my grandfather years ago)

Recording
Sony Acid



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I forgot to mention my Classical Guitar:
Jose Ramirez Calle De La Paz N8 (1996 made in Madrid)

...and my Fender Jazz Bass (ash wood, Mexican)

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Mexican Strat
Vox AC30
Ibanez Tubescreamer
Boss DD3 Delay
TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Yamaha 211 Flute

I'd like to get rid of my strat and get a Les Paul type guitar, sick of the single coil sound
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Get a PRS Custom 24 if you can afford one. It has such a wide range of tones, and have two sets of humbukers, not just one. They also look beautiful.
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Squier Affinity Strat (my practising instrument, nice and light, I don't plug it in very often)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom (haven't picked up in ages)
Tokai Love Rock Les Paul (used for recording pretty much everything)
A classical guitar apparently called Skylark Brand MG 006
Yamaha BB300 electric bass

Fender Frontman 15W combo (for crappy sounds)
Peavey Bandit 112 60W combo (for everything else)
Behringer Ultrabass BX600 bass combo

Roland TD-9KX electric drumkit
a Jupiter recorder
a small bongoish drum

I've gotta try and learn to play the recorder some day, but one of my dogs hates the sound so I don't want to compete with the shrill barking.


edit: Oh, I don't consider myself a musician, I just happen to have gathered a bunch of stuff to mess around with and sometimes record my experiments in sound production.


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Keyboards
Hammond L100
Mellotron
Minimoog Model D
Roland SH-1000

Guitars
Gibson ES335
Rickenbacker 4003

Other
Flute
Saxophone

Amps
Fender Hot Rod
Leslie 145

Effects
Arbiter Fuzz Face
Big Muff
Hughes & Kettner Rotosphere
TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger

Recording
Teac A3440 4 Track Tape Recorder
Teac 2A Mixer

I use all my instruments for recording and the Hammond for gigging. Can't beat the sound of a Hammond Leslie Combo
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote The Quiet One Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 23 2009 at 09:03
^Thumbs Up That's some AWESOME stuff, specially the keys!  I would like to hear you play the hammond and moog!
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Guitars:
Taylor 440-ce with Expression system
Fender American Standard with Lace Sensor replacing bridge pickup
Peavey Tracer (Spyder tremolo, 1 humbucker, 1 single coil, my main guitar during my early 90's HM gigging)
Washburn thinline (non-tremolo guitar with humbuckers, low action, my recording guitar for HM now)
Washburn stock acoustic guitar (travelling guitar)
50's Silvertone Hollowbody
Fender Precision Bass
 
For gigs I sometimes steal my father's Ovation Elite or my brother's Washburn bass, sweet instruments
 
Yamaha stock $400 keyboard, don't know model but it's more than I need already
 
Fender M80-Chorus (early nineties dual speak combo amp with solid state electronics) amp
 
Cry Baby Wah
Zoom multi-effects
MXR envelope filter
DOD digital delay
 
Cakewalk guitar pro
Lexicon Omega / Cubase recording interface
 
I'm sure I've forgotten some stuff, but with plugins, I don't need alot more these days. The Peavey rarely comes out anymore, the Silvertone for very specific recording needs. The others are out an filling space quite a bit much to my wife's annoyance.


Edited by Negoba - February 23 2009 at 11:33
Current Listening:

Heater valve kicking on.
Snotty noses being blown.
Griping.
Maybe cookies coming out of the oven???

C is for cookie, and it is good enough for me.

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Originally posted by cacho cacho wrote:

^Thumbs Up That's some AWESOME stuff, specially the keys!  I would like to hear you play the hammond and moog!

Yeah they're great fun to play, my parents think I'm mad for spending all my money on this stuff.
I'll convert some of my new tape recordings to digital and put them up on myspace sometime in the future.
http://www.myspace.com/britishtradition
there's some old stuff on there at the moment though.
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For recording my music, I use this equipment:

Computer

  • Intel Pentium 4 - 2,8Ghz (Bus 800 Mhz)
  • ASUS P4P800 SE
  • Corsair DDR 2048 Mo (PC3200)
  • HD Maxtor 120 Go SATA/8 Mo (recording)
  • HD Samsung F1 Spinpoint 250 Go SATA/16 Mo (system)
  • ESI Wamirack ESP 1010 soundcard
  • Magix Samplitude Pro 9 DAW
  • Many VST plugins, some of my favourite are: Voxengo Elephant, Voxengo Polysquasher, Kjaerhus Audio Classic, Leftover Lasagne Pushtec EQ, Digital Fish Phone Blockfish,
  • Vstis: M-Tron from GMedia, E-piano from MDA, B4 from Native Instruments, Spectrasonics Stylus RMX

Recording

  • Soundcraft Spirit M8 mixer
  • Studio Projects C1 microphone
  • Oktava MK-319
  • Oktava MK-012 microphone x2
  • T-Bone RM700 Ribbon microphone
  • T-Bone EM900 microphone x2 (drum overheads)
  • Shure SM-57
  • T-Bone BD300 (kick drum)
  • T-Bone CD55 (toms)
  • Joemeek Studio Channel VCQ1 preamp (Acoustic guitars and vocals mainly)
  • Johnson Jstation guitar preamp

Monitoring

  • Alesis Monitor One MkII
  • Alesis RA-100
  • Behringer Mini Mon 80
  • BeyerDynamic DT 770 Pro
  • Directsound Extreme Isolation headphone

Guitars & related

  • Fender Classic Player 50’s
  • Maison Les Paul copy
  • Yamaha LL16 acoustic guitar (solid spruce top, solid engelmann back and sides,solid Rosewood Mahogany neck)
  • Fame Baphomet IV 2004 Limited Edition bass (Ash body, maple flametop, MEC J/J mics…)
  • Fender Bassman 70 vintage head (1981) with Matamp 4×12 cabinet (V30 speakers)
  • Hora Portuguese I mandolin

Pedalboard

  • Budda Bud-wah
  • Ernie Ball Jr Volume
  • Digitech Bad Monkey overdrive
  • MI Audio Crunch Box
  • Electro-Harmonix Small Stone modified by Analog Man
  • Arion SFL-1
  • Maxon AD999
  • Boss DD3
  • Boss CE-2 (mij)
  • Danelectro Tuna Melt Tremolo
  • Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail
  • Wobo Double Looper
  • Aside at the moment:

  • Electro-harmonix Big Muff Pi
  • Boss SD1
  • Behringer Bass Overdrive BOD100 (used on bass)
  • Behringer Bass Chorus BCH100 (used on bass)

Keyboards

  • Studiologic Fatar TKM88 Master keyboard
  • Edirol PCR-50 Master keyboard
  • Expandeur Emu Xtreme Lead-1
  • Rom card Emu Vintage Collection

Drums/Percussion

  • Irish Bodhran
  • Derbouka Schaller
  • Shock 12″/13″/16″ drumkit
  • Basix Gewa 14×6.5 snare
  • Crash 16″ Meinl Raker
  • Crash 17″ Istanbul Mehmet Traditionnal dark
  • Ride 20″ Meinl Raker Heavy Ride
  • Splash 6″ Sabian Mike Portnoy Signature
  • Splash 9″ Sabian Mike Portnoy Signature
  • Splash 11″ Sabian Mike Portnoy Signature
  • Charley 14″ SABIAN AAX Studio Hats Brillant Finnish
  • China 12″ Wuhan
  • China 14″ Wuhan
  • China 16″ Wuhan
  • Remo Emperor skinheads (toms)
  • Remo Powerstroke 4 skinhead (Kick drum)
  • Evans Genera and G2 skinheads (Snare and tom bass)
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Originally posted by British Tradition British Tradition wrote:

Keyboards
Hammond L100Cool
MellotronCool
Minimoog Model D
Roland SH-1000

Guitars
Gibson ES335Cool
Rickenbacker 4003

Other
Flute
Saxophone

Amps
Fender Hot Rod
Leslie 145

Effects
Arbiter Fuzz Face
Big Muff
Hughes & Kettner Rotosphere
TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger

Recording
Teac A3440 4 Track Tape Recorder
Teac 2A Mixer

I use all my instruments for recording and the Hammond for gigging. Can't beat the sound of a Hammond Leslie Combo
 
 Teac A3440 4 Track Tape Recorder
you must be a very patient man - i once had one of those machines and...grrr Angry
 
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here goes...
 
Guitars
Fender 1989 American Stratocaster  L/H
Fender 70's Reissue Strat  MIM R/H converted to L/H
Vintage Acoustic L/H
Ibanez GSR 200 Bass L/H
 
Effects
Boss GT-8 Pedal Board.
Boss SE-70 Multi FX Processor.
 
Keyboards
M-Audio Axiom 61 (with Propellerhead Reason 4 Mello-T / Hammond / Roland organ software).
 
Drums
Roland TD-12 V-Drums (Acoustic drumset custom triggered / converted, Roland cymbals).
Roland SPD-S Percussion pad.
 
Studio / PA Equipment
Marshall Valvestate 2000 AVT50w Combo.
Mackie 408S 8-channel 250w Mixer Amp / x 2JBL Passive Speakers  (for drums and bass guitar).
Mackie DFX 6-channel Mixer.
Acid 4 multitrack software for recording.
 
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Bass is my main instrument. Currently I have three. I also have an electric guitar and two acoustic guitars (one steel string and one classical). My main amp is an old Peavey Basic 60 50 watt bass combo, perfect for home use (I rarely play with others), that I will replace eventually, probably with an Ashdown combo of some sort, or another Peavey. I also have a small 15 watt bass combo that isn't really worth mentioning.

List:

Basses:
Fender Classic 60's FSR Jazz Bass (blows American Vintage out of the water. Seriously)
Peavey Millennium 4 (the old version, US made. Not to be confused with the current import BXP)
Ibanez Roadstar II RB630 (Made in Japan, 1987. I'm about to sell this one and replace it with a 1980 Ibanez Musician MC824)

Guitars:
Epiphone G-400 (traded it with a friend for another old Epiphone I had. It's in a pretty messy state but is perfectly playable and sounds good)
Amada 4870 (Czech made classical guitar. Very pretty, sounds good)
Daion Year series The '78 Century (Beautiful steel string acoustic by this undeservedly forgotten Japanese brand)

Amps you already know.


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I'm only going to list real equipment, to list all the junk in my basement would take forever. 
 
Guitars: 1958 Gibson, 60's Hagstrom,  custom guitar that I made (moderately strat shaped and very customized), Hagstrom Viking (my most used), Alvarez acoustic 12 string, Alvarez handmade acoustic (this being the most beautiful guitar I have ever seen), Fender Acoustic.
 
Bass: ESP Bass, I recently sold my Fender and will most likely be purchasing another
 
Drumset:  I have it narrowed down to a 4 peice Ludwig drumset, can't recall the model, with varying cymbals, except my drummer's cymbals are here right now any way, ranging from Zildian to.....Istanbul? (the name is completely obliterated).
 
Harmonica:  I have a large set of Lee Oskar Harmonicas, predominantly Diatonic harps, just started getting minors, and have a few Hehring diatonics. 
 
Keys:  Fender Rhodes Seventy, on top of a very large amp that it came suited with, Hammond L-100 Organ,  Hammond Piper Organ, some cheapo digital keyboards from when I was a little kid, Alesis Micron synth (great for the Moog sound), and soon I'll have a Wurlitzer 200A.
 
Amps : Theres a moderate bass amp, but my bassist brings over his amp anyway.
Guitar Amps: Hughes and Kettner combo outputted to a marshall cab with customized Celestion speakers, as well as nice tubes.  Carvin LX-100 head into marshall cab (maybe mine or my friends),  Behringer PA, which takes whatever we need an amp for at the moment.  Fender Vibrochamp, which I have since updated to a harmonica amplifier.
 
 I used to be real into Rage Against the Machine as a kid, so my pedal board is pretty heavy, plus I've added many in the previous years. 
 
Digitech Whammy Pedal, Vox Wah, Crybaby Wah (not in use since I've updated to the Vox),  Smallstone Phase Shifter, MXR Distortion Plus(greatest fuzz I've ever seen, somebody gave it to me in a bar in California, and it is the original 60's-70's release of the pedal), vintage Ibanez Flanger, Arbiter Fuzzface (no longer in use), and an entire digitech display case pedal board that I got as one unit since I was friends with the owner.... it ranges from Delay, overdrive, reverb, phaser, flanger,chorus, auto-wah, and many more things.
 
Mics:  Have several mics and stands (not many worth mentioning except the Shure mics), one condenser mic, and my harmonica bullet mic which is a Hohner.
 
My basement


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Originally posted by British Tradition British Tradition wrote:

Keyboards
Hammond L100
Mellotron
Minimoog Model D
Roland SH-1000

Guitars
Gibson ES335
Rickenbacker 4003

Other
Flute
Saxophone

Amps
Fender Hot Rod
Leslie 145

Effects
Arbiter Fuzz Face
Big Muff
Hughes & Kettner Rotosphere
TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger

Recording
Teac A3440 4 Track Tape Recorder
Teac 2A Mixer

I use all my instruments for recording and the Hammond for gigging. Can't beat the sound of a Hammond Leslie Combo
 
Wow man, what I'd do to have a Moog and a Mellotron. And a Leslie (have the L-100). Congratulations
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Electric Guitars

Ibanez RG 7421 (7 string guitar)
Brian Moore Guitars I12000 Series
Epiphone LP-100 with slight fretboard scallop
Samick stratocaster copy.

Bass guitar:
Washburn Acoustic bass (not sure of exact model, just a cheapie I barely play)

Acoustic/Classical:

1980s Yamaha CG-180S classical guitar (Ebony fretboard).

Amplification:

Behringer V-amp 2 provides my main preamp tones, going into 2 Behringer 75 watt studio monitors.

Effects:
Boss DS-1
Behringer Noise Reducer NR-100
Behringer Hellbabe (wah pedal)


Note:
Updated list.


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Guitars:

Ibanez RGT320Q
Ibanez RG7321
Ibanez S470DXQM
Gibson Flying V
Jim Deacon SG copy (I raised the nut by sticking something over the nut.  It's only intended as a slide guitar now)

Amplification:
Marshall DSL 50
Marshall 1860a cabinet
Fender Sidekick Reverb 50

Effects:
TC Electronic G Major
Jim Dunlop Crybaby DCR-2SR (rack wah)
Digitech Whammy IV
Boss MT2 Metal Zone (no longer used)
Boss DS1 Distortion (no longer used)
Jim Dunlop Crybaby
Morley Bad Horsie
Boss V-Wah
Korg AX1500G (I use for rehearsals)

Others:
AKG SR40 (wireless reciever)
AKG PT40 (wireless transmitter)
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Originally posted by British Tradition British Tradition wrote:

Hammond L100
Mellotron
Minimoog Model D
Roland SH-1000


The perfect combo

I take it the Hammond's through a 145?



My own L122/145

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Electric guitars: Gretsch Brian Setzer Hot Rod, Fender Telecaster with Bigsby, Fender Stratocaster, Fret King Esprit 1, Epiphone Flying V, Epiphone Gothic Les Paul, Vintage V6 (Strat copy), Columbus ES335 copy.

Acoustic Guitars: Gretsch Americana (Way Out West), Tanglewood (can't remember the model).
 
Amps: Marshall AVT100, Session Sessionette 75, WEM Dominator
 
Bass: Squier Precision
 
Keyboard: Yamaha DJX
 
Pedals: Tech 21 British, Digitech Bad Monkey, Behringer Vintage Distortion, Zoom G2, Boss TU2 tuner.
 
Recording: Korg D8.
 
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