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Keyboards

Korg SV1
Yamaha P90
Yamaha S30
Yamaha DJX
Yamaha PSR 
Yamaha DX7 MkII

Keyboard Amp

Roland KC 550

Basses

Traben Chaos Attack 5 string
Traben Sunburst 4 string
Epiphone Thunderbird

Bass Pedals

Korg TU-2
Dunlop Volume
MXR Phaser
T-rex Chorus
T-rex Distortion

Bass Amp / Cabs

Laney RB9 Head
Laney 1x15 Cab
Eden Nemesis 2x10x5 Cab

Guitars

Ibanex AX
Cheap old acoustic

Mic

Shure Beta SM58A

Random Stuff

Yamaha 16 channel multitrack
Yamaha RM1X Synth Module
Tenor Sax

This is the stuff I currently own, much more came before this, and I'm sure there's much more to come ;)





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new addition:
 
Originally posted by smartpatrol smartpatrol wrote:

Wooden Recorder


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I'm not a gear snob, but it's a fact that the equiptment that you use has a big influence on how you work, and also on the sound that you make. If Hendrix had played 'Star Spangled Banner' on a kazoo, then I don't think that it would have had the same effect.
 
Recording.
 
Akai 1680 HDR
Mics: Milab DC96b, Beyer 160m, Oktava 219, 2 Crown 160 PZM's, old akai mike for lo-fi recording.
 
Outboard: 2 BSS 402 Compressor /limiter/de-essers, ART Tube MP  preamp, Alesis micro limiter,
Symetrix 532 Graphic EQ, Lexicon LXP-5 echo/reverb, Peavey valve spring reverb unit,
Wem copycat tape delay, Akai S1000 sampler.
 
Fostex 6301 monitors, Sennheiser HD540 reference, HD475 and AKG K44 headphones.
 
Guitars
Gibson es335 diamond dot
'70's Stratocaster
'67 Gibson SG
Epiphone '65 Casino Elite
'62 Silvertone Thinline
 
Martin DX1 and Tanglewood Earth 500 acoustics
 
 
Selmer series 3 Alto sax, Yanagisawa 880 soprano sax, Yamaha 21n flute.
 
'69 Wurlitzer 200 electric piano, Rhodes 54,  Roland PC200 midi controller keyboard.
 
Pedals.
'78 The Clone Theory chorus flanger vibrato
'78 series 3 BigMuff
Boss PN-2 tremelo/pan, OD3 overdrive, GE-7 graphic eq
DOD fx96 analog delay
Coloursound tonebender
Behringer od100 overdrive/distortion
Danelectro pb&j delay
DOD FX17 Wah/Volume pedal
 
Amplifiers.
Laney VC30 210
Fender Champion 600
Loco 65w 2x6 inch bass combo
Costom Sound Cub 60 Keyboard combo.
 
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Guitars
1949 Gibson J45 acoustic  (bought new by my Dad in 1949)
1980s Gibson Mark acoustic
Ovation 12 string acoustic (year ?)
2005 Ovation "Collectors" acoustic / electric
1960 Gibson Melodymaker  (two pick-ups)
1961 Gibson ES ?  (single pick-up, single cut-away)
2005 Gibson Les Paul Studio
1974 Fender Stratocaster  (original owner)
1991 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster  (no. 91 of 100)
1960s Vox Phantom VI
Misc
Magnatone 6 string lap steel
Oscar Schmidt electric auto harp
Amps
1960s Fender Princeton
2005 Fender De Ville
2005 Fender Blues Jr
1970s Moon 45
Effects
Pedaltrain with…
     Cry Baby wah wah
     Danelectro Daddy O
     Danelectro Cool Cat
     Danelectro DanEcho
     Danelectro Surf & Turf
Boss  FV 50 volume pedal
Boss  Blues Driver
Boss  Chorus Ensemble
Recorders
Boss BR 864
Zoom MRS 1608


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LAG Acoustic/Electric Guitar
 
HOHNER Marine Band Blues Harp
 
That's it I'm afraid!  I'm a lone solo acoustic player/vocalist these days.
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I've been playing the guitar for 21 years and I've had a lot of different equipment. Right now these are mainstays:

Guitar:

Fender Stratocaster

Amplifier:

Fender Sidekick Reverb (x 2 - stereo setup)

Effects:

Boss ME-50
Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler (for ambient loops only)
Lexicon MPX-100 (for reverb only)
Boss Loopstation (for longer loops)

That's it! I have a lot more equipment other than this, but I'm certainly not going to list it all. I have found the less I have in my setup, the purer my tone actually is but, then again, I've never been one for effects like flangers, phasers, harmonizers, etc. I might use chorus every now and then.

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Originally posted by Alberto Muñoz Alberto Muñoz wrote:

here are my pedals, most of them:

http://acapella.harmony-central.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=344966&d=1335724539

Hey, do you own any pedals? Wink LOL I used to be into a lot of pedals, but these days my pared down approach has given probably my best tone in my 21 years of playing. In my early days, I used a heavy amount of chorus and delay. Now, I just use a hall reverb and delay with the occasional distorted passage or improvisation. I've found that less is really more.
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Amps / Cabs
Orange OTR120 (made by Matamp!)
4x12 with Celestion G12H (made by Zilla Cabs)
Vox Cambridge 15w practice amp
 
Guitars
"Wilshire" (custom made by Roger Daguet)
Gordon Smith GS1
 
Pedals
D*A*M Superbee (Ge Fuzz)
D*A*M Drag'n'Fly (Si-Ge Fuzz)
Sola Sound Mk 1.5
Coloursound Fuzz/Wah
Basic Audio - Futureman
Basic Audio - Messenger Fuzz (Mark Farner fuzz in a box)
EQD - Hummingbird II
 
More to come... 
 
 
 
 
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I have a small Vox amp, Jen SX1000 synth, Casio SK5 sampler, DCM8, percussion synth pedal, Zoom 606, a vuvuzela, five other casio keyboards, and a plethora of toys and odd bits of stuff.
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Drums: (Beaters)
Tama Swingstar's (early 80's)
Toms: 8", 10", 12", 14", 16"
Snare (Imperial Star): 14"
Bass: 22x18"
 
Cymbals:
Sabian (Unknown early 80's series)
14" hats, 18' Crash, 20" Ride
 16" Sabian Paragon Medium Thin Crash
10" Sabian Paragon Splash
 
Assorted Tama Stands and acessories.
 
None of these measurments are accurate as I have never measured them but these are what I beleive to be correct. The are my Dad's drums that I use to play around.
 
Drums:
 
I've been assembling a new drum set so this is all I have so far.
 
1997 Tama Starclassic Mahogany w/ Birch inner ply.
Toms: 10", 12", 13", 16"
No snare... yet
Bass: 22"
 
Skins: Evans G2 Clear (Batter)
           Evans G1 Clear (Reso)
           Aquarian Super Kick II (Bass Batter)
           Evans eq3 (Bass Reso)
 
Tama Road pro Boom Stand, other random Tama boom stand.
 
Thats about it right now, oh yeah and Pro-Mark Neil Peart Time Machine SticksLOL
 


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Didn't feel like bidding for these, then?


Quote A Tama Superstar drum kit, custom made for Neil Peart, drummer from the band Rush. The kit was used by Peart for recording on three Rush albums, Signals (Anthem, 1982), Grace Under Pressure (Anthem, 1984), and Power Windows (Anthem, 1985), as well as all live shows played on the concert tours that followed the release of each album. Peart also played the kit in nine music videos for the singles that were released from each album. As well, Peart can be seen playing the kit in the RUSH concert video "Grace Under Pressure Tour 1984" (Anthem, 1985) which was recorded live at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Canada, on September 21, 1984. The kit was originally given away by Peart to the winner of a contest that was held in Modern Drummer magazine in 1987.


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I played a long time ago and I’m picking it up again to accommodate my mid-life crisis. A small portion of my stuff is out of state, so I can’t remember some of the model numbers.

Guitars:
Les Paul Classic Plus (Trans Ebony Burst, 60s Slim Taper neck, beautiful)
Aria Pro II (very nice)
Magnum something or other (would smash on stage)
12-String acoustic (would not smash on stage)
Nameless plastic children’s blow toy, very playable, makes a great polyphonic harmonica sound for those like me who don’t know how to play harmonica

Metal slide

2 4-way Signal Splitters
2 Morley ABY switches

Harmonizers:
3 ADA PitchTraq Harmonizers (I sure wish I bought the foot controller, can’t find one now)
Digitech Harmony Man
3 Behringer US600 Ultra Shifter/Harmonist pedals
Morpheus Capo
Digitech Whammy - from the early 1990s
Mooer Super Bender Pitch Shifter
Boss Octave Divider - from the late 1980s
Boss OC-3 Super Octave
Behringer Super Octaver
ART DRX 2100 Pitch Transposer, Sampler, Crunch, Delay, Ring Modulator (could go in every category, but I got it for the pitch transposing)

Ring Modulators (I need more):
Nervous Squirrel Ring Modulator - no internal oscillator
2 Pittsburgh Modulator Triple Modes - ring modulator and amplitude modulator
w/Ecorack case and power source
Delptronics Ring Modulator effects box - allows either a carrier signal or internal oscillator

Flangers:
3 Boss Flangers - from the mid 1980s
2 Behringer FL600 Flanger Machines
2 Behringer SF400 Super Flangers
Behringer HF300 Hi-Band Flanger (could be put in the harmonizer category too)

Delays:
Boss DD2 Digital Delay/Loop
Boss DD7 Digital Delay
Digitech Time Bender (could be put in the harmonizer or rhythm categories too)

Feedbackers, Distortion, Overdrive:
Boss Super Feedbacker and Distortion
Boss FB-2 Feedbacker/Booster
Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal

Filter Pedals:
Talk Box
Boss Touch-Wah
Boss Dynamic Wah
Digitech Synth-Wah
Line 6 FM4 Filter and Synth Modeler
Boss WP-20G Wave Processor GK Effect Guitar Synth (I need a GK3 pick up, !#$#@!)
Electro-Harmonix Micro-Synth

Noise Gates:
Boss Noise Gate - from the 1980s

Attack Modifiers:
2 Energy Bows
Swell Pedal (can’t remember the brand or model, all I remember is the swell is too slow)
2 Behringer Slow Motion pedals
Electro-Harmonix POG2 (could be put in the harmonizer and filter categories too)

Sample and Hold:
Electro-Harmonix Freeze
Electro-Harmonix Super Ego

Acoustic Simulator:
Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator

Rhythm:
Boss SL-20 Slicer
Alesis SR-18 Drum Machine (on order)

Amplifiers:
Laney (I can’t remember the wattage. It was the second largest they sold way back when)
Roland (Very very small. I can’t remember the model. It’s at home.)
Another small one, don’t remember
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Gibson SG
BC Rich Warlock
Vester steel string acoustic

ENGL Thunder Drive 50W tube combo with celestion vintage 30
Roland Cube 15X

Fullbore metal distortion
BOSS ME-25 multi effect

Hmm... Let's see...

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Wow... you people have some amazing equipment! I did consider buying a third keyboard this year but since it is impossible for me to use one on live gigs I've upgraded other equipment instead. I am still tempted by the idea to get a vintage monophonic synth in the future though, and alternate between that one (if it's working) and my Moog Little Phatty on stage and in the studio. Anyway, my current equipment:
 
Keyboards
Nord Electro 2 - 73 key version
Moog Little Phatty - Tribute Edition
A great old upright piano which ended up in my possession since I was the only family member using it
 
Pedals
Moog Moogerfooger Mf-103 12-stage phaser
EHX Deluxe Electric Mistress flanger
Moodysounds Strange Devil Echo (analog delay, broken atm)
Earthquaker Devices Rainbow Machine
Some tuning pedal for my Moog... don't remember the brand.
All attached to my Pedaltrain 2
 
Guitars
Simon & Patrick acoustic guitar
Epiphone SG
 
Amps
DNS Studio 20, great tube-driven bass-amp with a high frequency response. Incredible for E. Piano and Organ sounds.
Hiwatt G20, kinda lame, I don't use it anymore
 
Microphones
Line Audio CM3 (x2, purchased recently to record my upright piano)
The CM3s are the only ones in my personal possession, other microphones I use when recording in our family's little home studio are:
Shure 545 (x2)
Line Audio SM3L
Oktava ML-52 (x2, incredible for drum overhead/ambience and vocals if you use a dark voice)
 
Recording
Frost Audioframe laptop
Cubase 6
M-Audio Fastrack ultra 8R soundcard
Presonus Bluetube preamp
Zoom H4 portable recorder, I don't use it for any studio recording but it's great as a headphone amp when practicing (I never practice at home without headphones, believe it or not but some people actually don't like to hear me experiment with sound effects for hours or playing "The Lamia" incorrectly over and over again, they get enough of that from the Upright Piano)
 
Finally the equipment I use the most by far, my Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro Headphones.
 


Edited by Josef_K - October 02 2012 at 04:04
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Originally posted by Josef_
<br /><div><strong>Pedals</strong></div>
<br /><div><em>Moog</em> Moogerfooger Mf-103 12-stage phaser</div>
<br /><div><em>EHX</em> Deluxe Electric Mistress flanger</div>
<br /><div><em>Moodysounds</em> Strange Devil Echo (analog delay, broken atm)</div>
<br /><div><em>Earthquaker Devices </em>Rainbow Machine</div>
<br /><div>Some tuning pedal for my Moog... don't remember the brand.</div>
<br /><div>All attached to my Pedaltrain 2</div>
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Pedals

Moog Moogerfooger Mf-103 12-stage phaser

EHX Deluxe Electric Mistress flanger

Moodysounds Strange Devil Echo (analog delay, broken atm)

Earthquaker Devices Rainbow Machine

Some tuning pedal for my Moog... don't remember the brand.

All attached to my Pedaltrain 2

 

[/QUOTE wrote:




I'm wish I had one of those Earthquaker Rainbow Machines. I've been looking at demos of it on YouTube. It sounds really precious. Any pedal with a dial labeled 'magic' is a must-have for me.


I'm wish I had one of those Earthquaker Rainbow Machines. I've been looking at demos of it on YouTube. It sounds really precious. Any pedal with a dial labeled 'magic' is a must-have for me.
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Originally posted by Josef_K Josef_K wrote:

Wow... you people have some amazing equipment! I did consider buying a third keyboard this year but since it is impossible for me to use one on live gigs I've upgraded other equipment instead. I am still tempted by the idea to get a vintage monophonic synth in the future though, and alternate between that one (if it's working) and my Moog Little Phatty on stage and in the studio. Anyway, my current equipment:
 

Keyboards

Nord Electro 2 - 73 key version

Moog Little Phatty - Tribute Edition

A great old upright piano which ended up in my possession since I was the only family member using it

 

Pedals

Moog Moogerfooger Mf-103 12-stage phaser

EHX Deluxe Electric Mistress flanger

Moodysounds Strange Devil Echo (analog delay, broken atm)

Earthquaker Devices Rainbow Machine

Some tuning pedal for my Moog... don't remember the brand.

All attached to my Pedaltrain 2

 

Guitars

Simon & Patrick acoustic guitar

Epiphone SG

 

Amps

DNS Studio 20, great tube-driven bass-amp with a high frequency response. Incredible for E. Piano and Organ sounds.

Hiwatt G20, kinda lame, I don't use it anymore

 

Microphones

Line Audio CM3 (x2, purchased recently to record my upright piano)

The CM3s are the only ones in my personal possession, other microphones I use when recording in our family's little home studio are:

Shure 545 (x2)

Line Audio SM3L

Oktava ML-52 (x2, incredible for drum overhead/ambience and vocals if you use a dark voice)

 

Recording

Frost Audioframe laptop

Cubase 6

M-Audio Fastrack ultra 8R soundcard

Presonus Bluetube preamp

Zoom H4 portable recorder, I don't use it for any studio recording but it's great as a headphone amp when practicing (I never practice at home without headphones, believe it or not but some people actually don't like to hear me experiment with sound effects for hours or playing "The Lamia" incorrectly over and over again, they get enough of that from the Upright Piano)

 

Finally the equipment I use the most by far, my Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro Headphones.

 


Nice freakin list!!! Although I think the Sennheiser mics are the best.
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Originally posted by bytor2112 bytor2112 wrote:

Drums: (Beaters)
Tama Swingstar's (early 80's)
Toms: 8", 10", 12", 14", 16"
Snare (Imperial Star): 14"
Bass: 22x18"
 
Cymbals:
Sabian (Unknown early 80's series)
14" hats, 18' Crash, 20" Ride
 16" Sabian Paragon Medium Thin Crash
10" Sabian Paragon Splash
 
Assorted Tama Stands and acessories.
 
None of these measurments are accurate as I have never measured them but these are what I beleive to be correct. The are my Dad's drums that I use to play around.
 
Drums:
 
I've been assembling a new drum set so this is all I have so far.
 
1997 Tama Starclassic Mahogany w/ Birch inner ply.
Toms: 10", 12", 13", 16"
No snare... yet
Bass: 22"
 
Skins: Evans G2 Clear (Batter)
           Evans G1 Clear (Reso)
           Aquarian Super Kick II (Bass Batter)
           Evans eq3 (Bass Reso)
 
Tama Road pro Boom Stand, other random Tama boom stand.
 
Thats about it right now, oh yeah and Pro-Mark Neil Peart Time Machine SticksLOL
 

New Additions: Sabian Paragon 18" Crash
                            Sabian HHX 21'' Raw bell dry Ride
                            Sabian AAX 14'' X-Celerator Hats
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@HackettFan
 
Yeah it's an incredible pedal. Not the easiest thing to use discretely, even though some subtle chorus effects are possible to get the main use is just playing long chords on clav/piano/guitar and let the magic do the work.
 
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I usually prefer Line Audio not only because they are great but because they are hand-made here in Sweden :D I've never tried any Sennheiser microphones, but from what I've heard they are great stuff as well. Might buy one some day, if I feel I need another microphone ^^
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Just made an addition to my set-up that really is a dream come true without exaggeration. For a decent price, I picked up a vintage Eminent Solina String Ensemble (same as the ARP, ARP bought it from Eminent mainly to sell on the american market I think). Since my set-up has more or less everything I need except strings this really was the perfect choice for me, even though it won't make it to any live gigs etc. A wonderful instrument and I'm very happy to say that my Solina is in great shape, cosmetically as well as the sounds :D
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