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Guitars

Epiphone SG G-310
And some acoustic I don't know what brand

Keyboard

Roland keyboard, with MIDI

Amp

Fender Mustang II

Other stuff.

A ring modulator I made myself
Two mics, one studio, one for shouting at
A mixer/recording interface
sh*tloads of cords
Guitar Pro on computer
And there miscellaneous stuff.
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Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:

No amps???  You're holding back on us aren't you?

Sorry i forgoot, I have a Peavy bandit 112 Smile


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Originally posted by Sir_pi Sir_pi wrote:

 

Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:

No amps???  You're holding back on us aren't you?

Sorry i forgoot, I have a Peavy bandit 112 Smile




I knew it. LOL  My current one is Behringer.  Takes an amazing amount of inputs. Big smile
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Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:


I knew it. LOL  My current one is Behringer.  Takes an amazing amount of inputs. Big smile



Forgive me for the obvious but, I once knew a girl like that.

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Originally posted by Flyingsod Flyingsod wrote:

Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:


I knew it. LOL  My current one is Behringer.  Takes an amazing amount of inputs. Big smile



Forgive me for the obvious but, I once knew a girl like that.

Just one? Stop by a university sometime.
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Originally posted by Philamelian Philamelian wrote:

I am happy to announce a new addition to my rig; Kronos 88. Probably some of you who are following me or my band Karnataka already had seen my setup live. You can see more details about the below setup in my fb page. www.facebook.com/philamelian

 


VERY nice work, Philamelian!!  You put your kit to good use!!  


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Kawai MP6 stage piano
Fatar VMK161+ midi keyboard
Hohner 6-str acoustic (nylon) guitar



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I've changed my current gear recently it is now.

1975 Rickenbacker 4001 bass.
1974 Fender Jazz bass
Tecamp puma 350 bass head
Tecamp L115 bass cab
1970's Electro Harmonix Electric Mistress

Wharfedale PA
Shure SM58 mic
Yamaha PA mixer

This is likely to change again soon! Wink


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Confession time:

I have to confess that although I've been in a band (Rare Goat) for 7 years and have been playing guitar very informally for over 20 years, I still can't get excited about "gear" talk.  It definitely puts me at a disadvantage when I'm talking to someone else who plays guitar and he starts hitting me with all these questions about what I use.   For one thing, most of the gear I use belongs to someone else -- our drummer has a basement studio and rehearsal space in his house, and between him and our other guitarist, we have all the gear we need.  I'm just not really interested in the gear per se, I just blow with what I got, and work from there.  But it does make me feel like a "lesser" musician at times, because I can't hang in that kind of conversation.  Like a car enthusiast who really likes to drive, but doesn't know beans about engines.  That's me.

Just had to get that off my chest. Embarrassed

Now you guys can say, "Hey, no problem, man. You're still ok".  Hug
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Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Confession time:

I have to confess that although I've been in a band (Rare Goat) for 7 years and have been playing guitar very informally for over 20 years, I still can't get excited about "gear" talk.  It definitely puts me at a disadvantage when I'm talking to someone else who plays guitar and he starts hitting me with all these questions about what I use.   For one thing, most of the gear I use belongs to someone else -- our drummer has a basement studio and rehearsal space in his house, and between him and our other guitarist, we have all the gear we need.  I'm just not really interested in the gear per se, I just blow with what I got, and work from there.  But it does make me feel like a "lesser" musician at times, because I can't hang in that kind of conversation.  Like a car enthusiast who really likes to drive, but doesn't know beans about engines.  That's me.

Just had to get that off my chest. Embarrassed

Now you guys can say, "Hey, no problem, man. You're still ok".  Hug


Of course you're ok! Smile I don't know how to read music and I only know the names/whereabouts of about 5 notes on a fret-board...who cares? you should not feel any lesser of a musician than anyone else just because you know jack about gear, so long as you enjoy playing.
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Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Confession time:

I have to confess that although I've been in a band (Rare Goat) for 7 years and have been playing guitar very informally for over 20 years, I still can't get excited about "gear" talk.  It definitely puts me at a disadvantage when I'm talking to someone else who plays guitar and he starts hitting me with all these questions about what I use.   For one thing, most of the gear I use belongs to someone else -- our drummer has a basement studio and rehearsal space in his house, and between him and our other guitarist, we have all the gear we need.  I'm just not really interested in the gear per se, I just blow with what I got, and work from there.  But it does make me feel like a "lesser" musician at times, because I can't hang in that kind of conversation.  Like a car enthusiast who really likes to drive, but doesn't know beans about engines.  That's me.

Just had to get that off my chest. Embarrassed

Now you guys can say, "Hey, no problem, man. You're still ok".  Hug

You have now been officially expelled from the Musician's order. 

But you still get a hug.
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Being a good composer/musician is the primary thing. Everything else is secondary, but that is not to say it's unimportant. A good musician needs to be considerate of his tone and how it will blend in with the band. A drummer can play fast, interesting beats, but if his drums aren't tuned worth a sh*t it won't matter.
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^ agreed
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Very true.  The gear isn't the music, it's just a tool in making the music.  But I definitely agree that knowing how to use your tools is part of what makes your music good.  So that's where I'm missing out, and where I need to improve.  And truth be told, I have gotten more "nuance" in my playing in recent years, using different amp and pedal settings, and not just turned up to 11 all the time (I made up for the monotony of my tone with a punkish energy and attitude).  But I've still got a ways to go.  If I had more time and desire to experiment with my sound on my own, that would certainly help - band rehearsal isn't the best place to tinker endlessly with knobs (that last phrase sounds weird).

Thanks for the comments folks - I knew I'd get accommodating responses.


Edited by HolyMoly - April 12 2012 at 11:23
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I don't have much, only what I've been able to scrape together through my few years of working (I'm 18), and some Christmas gifts too.

Guitars
Fender Stratocaster (Cream colored with a maple neck, yum)
Ibanez RG (my trusty mid level RG for teh metalz and general humbuckin action)
Ibanez Iceman Bass (A bit top heavy, but it gets the job done)
and two crappy acoustic guitars not worth mentioning

Amps
Vox VT15 (best thing I've ever bought, very diverse, highly recommend to anyone looking for a cheap and awesome amp)
Ampeg BA-108 (pretty solid bass amp, has a line out which is nice for recording

Other shtufff
Vox v847 Wah pedal (somewhat useful, never been a big fan of effects)
Yamaha Audiogram3 Audio Interface (great value, I've used it to record all my guitar and bass tracks into my laptop)
Axiom 25 USB Keyboard (useful little device that lets my play virtual instruments in my Cubase 5 software)
I know what I like, and I like what I know.
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I don't know why but every time I see this thread title it looks like a threat. (or else)

Oh I see you left something out.  If would be a shame if something were to get broken. Evil Smile
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Very basic, as I don't have all that much cash, in terms of instruments I have an ibanez s4 guitar, a fender strat, a rodriguez classical guitar, a no longer functioning usb keyboard, a digital piano and an ibanez bass. In terms of pedals I have a boss gt distortion pedal, a boss auto wah, a boss gt10 multi effects boards and a Brian May guitar pedal. As for amps, I have a vox 50 watt amp and a marshall 100 watt solid state amp and with regards to recording equipment I have an akg condenser mic, a seinheiser black fire mic, a firewire audio interface and sonar 8. I do my mastering in adobe soundbooth, previous to that it was adobe audition but I lost that so I'm relegated to soundbooth. Before I upgraded to the audio interface I used to record using a partially damaged foster 260 multitracker hooked up through an array of wires to my computer, would record my tracks into Sonar.  I'm not much a tech and don't have the patience for sound mixing so I could always record better though studio time is just too expensive when you have a multitude of tracks to record.


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After selling so much stuff on Craigslist, my effective setup is:

Computer
Akai MPK88 midi keyboard
Rolad TD4K electronic drum set (for midi drums)
Ibanez R-series guitar
Squire Jazz Bass

I have other stuff but this is all I use actively. I have Avid Virtual Instruments and Komplete. I need to get a few more plug-ins soon perhaps.
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Instruments:
Electric Guitar (Epiphone Special II)
Electric Bass (cheep Silvertone)
Keyboard (Casio CTK-4000)
Acoustic Guitar (cheep First Act Fuel)
Recorder
Suprano Recorder
Harmonica
One of those cheep airhorns you get at new years
Slide Whistle from Target
Cheep Mini-tamburine from Hobby Lobby
Out of tune up-right piano
Cheep Kazzo
Cheep tin Clapper
Wooden Recorder
 
Equipment:
Guitar amp
Bass amp
1/4 inch - USB cabel
3.5 mm cabel
3.5 mm - 1/4 inch converter
Two cassette recorders
NCH mixpad
Dosens of picks of diferant sizes
Various drum sticks
Copper slide


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