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Topic: Musicians: List your equipment (all of it)
Posted By: pianoman
Subject: Musicians: List your equipment (all of it)
Date 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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Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: February 12 2009 at 16:22
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)



Posted By: Epignosis
Date Posted: February 12 2009 at 16:36
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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Posted By: pianoman
Date Posted: February 12 2009 at 16:39
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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Posted By: Fracture
Date Posted: February 21 2009 at 09:24
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


Posted By: pianoman
Date Posted: February 21 2009 at 12:02
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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Posted By: Pekka
Date Posted: February 22 2009 at 14:35
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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Posted By: British Tradition
Date Posted: February 23 2009 at 01:13
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


Posted By: The Quiet One
Date 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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Posted By: Negoba
Date Posted: February 23 2009 at 11:31
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.


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Posted By: British Tradition
Date Posted: February 23 2009 at 11:55
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.


Posted By: Anaon
Date Posted: February 23 2009 at 12:28
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: http://www.voxengo.com/ - Voxengo Elephant, http://www.voxengo.com/ - Voxengo Polysquasher, http://www.kjaerhusaudio.com/classic-series.php - Kjaerhus Audio Classic , http://leftoverlasagne.googlepages.com/ - Leftover Lasagne Pushtec EQ, http://www.digitalfishphones.com/ - 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 http://www.matamp.co.uk/ - Matamp 4×12 cabinet (V30 speakers)
  • Hora Portuguese I mandolin

Pedalboard

  • http://www.budda.com/gear/epedals/budwah.html - Budda Bud-wah
  • Ernie Ball Jr Volume
  • Digitech Bad Monkey overdrive
  • MI Audio Crunch Box
  • Electro-Harmonix Small Stone modified by http://www.buyanalogman.com/ - Analog Man
  • Arion SFL-1
  • http://www.maxonfx.com/vintage/ad999/ - 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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Posted By: mystic fred
Date Posted: February 23 2009 at 12:43
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
 
Wink
 
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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Posted By: Philéas
Date Posted: February 23 2009 at 17:25
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.


Posted By: himtroy
Date Posted: February 24 2009 at 17:53
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


Posted By: himtroy
Date Posted: February 27 2009 at 19:56
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


Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: March 03 2009 at 03:20
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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Posted By: Repner
Date Posted: March 26 2009 at 20:58
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)
Ebow


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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 03:06
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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Posted By: A B Negative
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 06:38

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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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 07:05
Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Keyboard: Yamaha DJX


Good little keyboard that - I use one as a midi controller.

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Posted By: A B Negative
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 08:30
Originally posted by Jim Garten Jim Garten wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Keyboard: Yamaha DJX


Good little keyboard that - I use one as a midi controller.
 
I used the DJX to control an Akai Vintage Synth module I had on an extended loan but unfortunately the module's owner wanted it back. I liked using the DJX's rhythm accompaniments to control the synth module, got some interesting results. 


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Posted By: Jim Garten
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 09:46
I use mine to control the EMU Vintage Keys module:

Yamaha DJX + EMU Vintage Keys = Mellotron

Well, almost...

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Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 09:53
Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

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.
 


Heh, guess you're into playing the kinda stuff I am, judging from the gear.
I hated the AVT series, the older Valvestates that came before them actually sounded way better, I don't get how Marshall managed to make an "improved" version sound worse.
To be fair, the AVT has good clean tones, but for me who needs a good metal tone, it's non existent.
They would be better for more classic tones I guess, not for modern tone guys like myselfTongue
Give one of the Valvestate 8100 amps a go if you can find one, so raw and unprocessed sounding compared to the AVT's distortion.
The JVM series that came out 2 years ago are amazing though, but granted they cost 2 times what the AVT did, seem to cover everything from remarkably clean clean tones, to modern day death metal in one box, amazing stuff.

How's that Tech 21 British pedal? Use it to overdrive preamps of amps or for the distortion itself in the pedal?


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Posted By: A B Negative
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 10:34
Originally posted by HughesJB4 HughesJB4 wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

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.
 


Heh, guess you're into playing the kinda stuff I am, judging from the gear.
I hated the AVT series, the older Valvestates that came before them actually sounded way better, I don't get how Marshall managed to make an "improved" version sound worse.
To be fair, the AVT has good clean tones, but for me who needs a good metal tone, it's non existent.
They would be better for more classic tones I guess, not for modern tone guys like myselfTongue
Give one of the Valvestate 8100 amps a go if you can find one, so raw and unprocessed sounding compared to the AVT's distortion.
The JVM series that came out 2 years ago are amazing though, but granted they cost 2 times what the AVT did, seem to cover everything from remarkably clean clean tones, to modern day death metal in one box, amazing stuff.

How's that Tech 21 British pedal? Use it to overdrive preamps of amps or for the distortion itself in the pedal?
 
I don't use too much distortion (about halfway on the Marshall's OD1 channel) and I find the AVT is perfect for my needs (it sounds particularly good with my Telecaster). I'm more of a classic rock / punk / indie guitarist than a metaller.
 
I haven't really explored the full potential of the Tech 21 pedal yet. I've used it as an overdrive with pretty good results but I really want to try recording with it straight into my Korg D8 to compare it with the Zoom's digital modelling. Need to get the "studio" sorted out first!


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Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 10:36
Well I can see how the AVT  works for your needs thenSmile
I'm interested to hear how the Tech 21 is when you unlock a bit more of it's potential.
Tech 21 products are getting a good reputation it seems.


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Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 15:06
penny-pinching rank amateur:
 
Guitars
Fender Squier (probably an Affinity, who knows (or cares)) modded (see http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=47359&PID=2859528#2859528 - here )
Kramer Striker 244
 
Keyboards/Electronics
Oberheim OB12
Stylophone Approve
Big Briar Theremin
Aeolian Harp
Long Thin Wire replica
Various function generators, odd bits of electronic and anything I can find that makes a noise
 
Violin
Uyea hollow-body electric
 
I've a bodhrán somewhere too - but it needs re-skinning
 
Amp
Vox Pathfinder
 
Effects
Korg AX1G
Some assorted Danelectro mini effects
DigiTech Whammy Pedal (it's not mine - I took it in to repair it and haven't seen it's owner since)
Alesis NanoCompressor (also not mine, also taken in for repair and never saw the owner again)
 
Recording
Tascam 788 Portastudio
PC with Teratech DMX 6Fire
 
Software
Reason 2.5
Magix Audio Studio
Cubase (hate it, never use it)
 
 
my pride and joy.... Approve
 
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fb/OB12_synth.jpg">File:OB12 synth.jpg
 
 


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Posted By: Vompatti
Date Posted: March 30 2009 at 15:29
- Stratocaster copy, unknown brand
- Casiotone MT-46 keyboard
- Tombo Folk Blues harmonica
- Kazoo, unknown brand
- Bomber B-2 amplifier
- HP dv4000 laptop

That's about all of it, I guess. Embarrassed




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Posted By: SaltyJon
Date Posted: April 02 2009 at 00:34
I'm low on equipment at the moment...college...Angry

Here goes, though: Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Fretless bass, Brice 6-string bass, Ibanez P-bass model, Peavey TKO-115 amp, and an unknown model upright bass.


Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: April 02 2009 at 00:48
Originally posted by Petrovsk Mizinski Petrovsk Mizinski wrote:

Electric Guitars

Ibanez RG 7421 (7 string guitar, as well as being my main)
Brian Moore Guitars I12000 Series (selling it)
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 my hi fi system)
Rok Axe practice amp (no longer used)
Squier SP-10 (only ever used for sh*ts and giggles)

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


Studio Monitors

2xBehringer B2030A

Note:
Updated list.


Sold the NR-100 And Hellbabe.
Something is new should be coming soon.


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Posted By: Philéas
Date Posted: April 04 2009 at 17:55


Updated list:

Basses:
Fender Classic 60's FSR Jazz Bass (blows American Vintage out of the water. Seriously)
Fender Jazz Bass Special (Made in Japan, mid 80's. Amazing tone and playability)
Peavey Millennium 4 (the old version, US made. Very fine instrument, great preamp. Not to be confused with the current import BXP)

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:
Acoustic 220 head with Acoustic 402 2x15" cabinet
Peavey Basic 60 combo



Posted By: Rabid
Date Posted: April 07 2009 at 18:44
This ain't gonna take long : LOL
 
Squier Tobacco Strat
Westfield Bass
 
DJX Keyboard (Used mostly as a controller)
Korg NX5R module
Yamaha MU10 module
 
3 PCs running Reason4, Ableton Live7, Cakewalk PA-9, B4, Pro-53, Lounge Lizard,
T-Racks mastering, Sonar, Fruity Loops
Tons of Soundfonts, sample CDs, VSTi's
Atari STE
 
Joe Meek JM47 mic
Roland dynamic mic
 
Korg D1600 digital recorder
Roland monitors
 
Behringer Compressor
 
Picture of Frank Zappa
Coffee machine
Stash tin
 
*I did have a Selmer Bassman amp and 2 2X15 cabinets which blew up 6 months back, so I guess that don't count.
(Handy tip, don't touch the  blue valve with a metal knife.)
 
I ain't got much, but it keeps me insane.  Tongue
 
 
(Do you notice a sort of 'budget' feel about it ?)


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Posted By: Lost Follower
Date Posted: April 09 2009 at 03:19
Line 6 Flextone III  Amp c/w FBV shortboard
1979 Yamaha SG1500 (Will blow any Les Paul into bits without even trying)
Fret King - Esprit V by Trev Wilkinson (The man's a genius)
Danelectro Pro 56 (Great for a garage sound)
Moondog Acoustic (Just gone bust sadly, but top quality for little money - hence going bust I guess)
Zoom HD16 hard disk recorder for Demos


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Posted By: MaartenDS
Date Posted: April 14 2009 at 14:57
Guitars:
Jackson WRMG (for sale)
Squier Strat
Classic Guitar

Amplification:
Randall RX120D
Laney HCM65R

Piano:
Steinberg acoustic piano


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Posted By: jammun
Date Posted: April 14 2009 at 21:41
Acoustic guitar:
Crappy Suzuki thing that appears to be a hand me down from Lightnin' Hopkins, which is because of that well-beloved.
 
Electric Guitar:
Gibson Les Paul Studio, Ferrari red, mid-80's vintage.
 
Keyboards:
Fender Rhodes Stage '73, missing one tine.
ARP Solus analog synth
Casio thang that has drums and effects
Alesis QS6
Yamaha Motif
 
Pedal Steel Guitar:
Carter Starter
 
Effects:
Small Stone
Broken Cry Baby that just don't wah-wah any longer.
 
Amp:
Peavey 65, possibly with failing speaker.
 
Recording:
Yamaha AW16g
 
Speakers:
Yamaha MSP5's
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: Lost Follower
Date Posted: April 15 2009 at 03:43
Just recieved Japanes made Burny Les Paul, late 80's make. A lovely peice of kit.

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Posted By: Statutory-Mike
Date Posted: April 15 2009 at 07:29
Electric:
-Gibson SG [I keep it in C# for all our bands originals and BTBAM covers Thumbs Up)
-Jackson Dinky (jap I believe) [I screw with the tuning of this so much]
 
Acoustic:
-Some decent Dean model, barely play it though [Tuned to standard]
 
Amplifiers:
-Peavey Valveking 212 (100 watts)
-Marshall HDFX head (100 watt, solid state)
-Marshall MC212 cab
 
At this point I've sold every pedal I've got besides my channel switcher


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Posted By: tremulant
Date Posted: April 16 2009 at 10:19
Ok:

2 Hagstrom Swede guitars (one with a broken truss rod and way too hig action, I plan to use a violin bow on this one)
Ibanez GAX75 guitar
Sakai guitar
Fender acoustic guitar
1/4 size Valencio acoustic guitar
Unknown brand nylon string acoustic guitar

Orange Tiny Terror 15/7W amp head
Cordovox electric accordian amp (includes the pre amp and post/speaker as two seperate cases. Cabinet only used, and with the Orange head. I don't have an electric accordian...) 2x12" circa 1968, made in Chicago
Roland JC160 4x10" 160W amp, circa 1976
Behringer amp (not working...)
Electrovox amp (1950s type amp, not working...)
Rocktron practice amp (crap and unused)
Gorilla practice bass amp (my Mum's using it for her electric mandolin)

2 EQ pedals
2 Akai Headrush looping/delay pedals
Vox Snakecharmer Compressor
Boss Octave
Behringer Metal Distortion
Dunlop Crybaby
EHX Big Muff Pi
Lehle P-Split 'y splitter'

Sitar
Clarinet
Recorder
Casio keyboard (tiny retro toy like thing)
Mandolin
Boss mini mixer (circa 1980s)

And there's a drum kit in my room that's not mine...

I think that's all!


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Posted By: Pekka
Date Posted: April 18 2009 at 13:59
Originally posted by Keppa4v Keppa4v wrote:

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.

A newcomer to the family:

Casio CTK-900 keyboard. Seems like a nice toy.


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Posted By: mennekee
Date Posted: April 23 2009 at 06:46
Help can someone help me out pls... I got roland vintage soundmodule,a EMU vintage keys and a MK149 evolution master keyboard... I can play with keybrd on the roland, but i just cant seem to communicate with the EMU. the demo songs play, all testing comes up OK , i'm not so midi knowledged... can someone helpme out please? enjoilife@hot mail.com
thanx in advance !!


Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: April 23 2009 at 07:25
Guitars -
black Squier Telecaster
practice amp of unknown make
Acoustic of unknown cheap make whose bridge is detaching itself from the body
 
Basses -
Warwick Streamer
Ibanez Musician
Hohner headless Steinberger thingy
Trace Elliott 100W combo
 
+ assorted pedals and a wireless unit.


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Posted By: GaryB
Date Posted: May 30 2009 at 10:19
Sorry...I just listed my guitars on a different topic not knowing this one was here.
The guitars I play the most are:
1974 Fender Stratocaster
2005 Gibson Les Paul Studio
1991 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster
2005 Ovation Collectots model acous/elec


Posted By: hagguhsem
Date Posted: June 01 2009 at 12:27
MY drum kit:

Sonor 2007
12" tom
16" floor tom
22" bass drum

Sonor 3007
13 x7 " maple shell snare drum

Cymbals: Zilidjian
A custom
17 & 19" fast crashes
22" ride (not very happy with it, going to bye a new one when I get more money)
ZBT
14" hihats
8" splash
18" china

DW 5002 double pedals

I had a very limited budget when I bought this kit (2000 e), and I had to do work for the money in 1 year. Well, it was worth it


Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: June 01 2009 at 13:24
Originally posted by Petrovsk Mizinski Petrovsk Mizinski wrote:

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)

Amp modeling/multi effects processor

Behringer V-amp 2 provides my main preamp tones.
Recently got a Line 6 POD X3 Live which has taken over all the duties the V-Amp 2 used to perform.

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

Sold the last two

Recording Gear:
Line 6 POD X3 Live doubles as a recording solution (recording via the USB 2.0 port)
Monitoring duties handled by Behringer B 2030A studio monitors.



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Posted By: missiongonewrong
Date Posted: June 08 2009 at 12:51
Guitars:
Ibanez sas36fm (grey)
Some acoustic guitar that i've never heard of
 
Amps:
Roland Cube 30 (older version)
Marshall Mg 50
 
Pedal:
Boss ML-2 Metal Zone Distortion
 
Keys:
Piano
An old Roland Keyboard
 
Other:
Yamaha Trombone
Recorder
 


Posted By: nightlamp
Date Posted: June 09 2009 at 11:58
Kit drums ('60s-'80s Ludwig & Rogers in blue sparkle): 20" & 24" basses, 12-13-14-16" toms, 5.5x14 Acrosonic snare

Cymbals (Zildjian/Paiste): 20" & 21" rides, 20" chinese, 16" & 18" crashes, 14" hats, 10" & 12" splashes, several cup chimes and accent bells

Hand drums: 3 tambourines, mazhar, frame drum, tabla, doumbek, djembe, bongos, 2-chamber udu

Metals: Deagan vibraphone, 2 spring coils, 3 bossed gongs, Tibetan "singing" bowl, steel mixing bowls

Other percussion: various shakers, maracas, mbira, tongue drum, claves, 3 rain sticks

Strings: baritone ukulele, kinnor, oud, Agile electric guitar that needs re-wiring

Winds: melodica, didgeridoo, clarinet, concert flute, wooden fife, several bansuri-style bamboo flutes

Synths/electronics: Modular analog synthesizer (Blacet & MOTM modules), Roland JP-8080, Casio SK-1, Electro-Voice 8-channel mixing console, Peavey 6-channel mini-console, EH Deluxe Memory Man, Frostwave Resonator (MS-20 filter clone), Boss Metal Zone, Boss Compressor/Limiter, 4ms Tremulus Lune, MXR Phase 100

Amp: Roland KC-500


Posted By: Mr ProgFreak
Date Posted: June 09 2009 at 13:30
Guitars:
  • Washburn N2
  • Gibson Nighthawk Studio
  • Ibanez Jem-555 BK
  • ESP Horizon NT-II
  • Line 6 Variax 700
Real Amps:
  • None Tongue
Modelling Amps:
  • Line 6 GuitarPort
  • Vox Tonelab SE
  • Line 6 TonePort KB37 (It's also a 37 key midi keyboard and audio interface)
External Effects:
  • Morley Bad Horsie 2
DAW:
  • Ableton Live Suite 8



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Posted By: meptune
Date Posted: June 12 2009 at 14:49

8 piece Po' Boy drumset (I'm an endorser) with 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 inch toms, 14" concert snare, 13" picolo snare, 20" bass, double kick pedal, jam block on a pedal, assorted Zildjian, Paiste, and Po' Boy cymbals.

4 piece mint condition 1967 Ludwig (blue sparkle) 14" snare, 13" tom (rail consolette mount), 16" floor tom, 22" bass
 
A set of tabla, 4 darbuka (different sizes), 3 Orff marimbas, orchestra bells, cow bells, ship's bell, wood blocks, shakers, vibra-slap, triangles...
 
Chapman Stick: 10 string, circa 1982 (#2339), composite fretboard.
DeltaLab DGFX1 effects pedal
Akai Headrush looper
Peavy Combo 115 bass amp


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Posted By: Petrovsk Mizinski
Date Posted: June 12 2009 at 21:47
^^I've got Ableton Live Suite 8.0.
But I got my copy for free:fawk:

LOL


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Posted By: Certif1ed
Date Posted: June 13 2009 at 16:49
Great to see so many drummers in here - any of you guys up for dropping a drum track on a drumless mix? Big smile

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Posted By: clarke2001
Date Posted: June 13 2009 at 17:22

1976 Yamaha FG 460 acoustic guitar

(unknown year) Godwin Les Paul Piccolo electric bass

1969 Vox Continental one manual

1976 Korg Micropreset M500SP synthesizer

1983 Roland Juno 60 polysynth

1984 Korg Poly 61 polysynth

1985 Korg Poly 800 polysynth

1992 Roland JV 90 keyboard

2005 Dave Smith Instruments Evolver desktop monosynth

a balalaika, a mandoline, a xylophone, a metallophone, various ethnic percussions and flutes/recorders. Also a bunch of software synths.

Everything from a cloth horse to a frying pan that can produce a sound.

I can't find my Jew's harp...



Posted By: Man Erg
Date Posted: June 14 2009 at 04:24
Guitars:
Musicman Stingray I
Epiphone Wildkat Semi-Acoustic
Epiphone AC200 Electro-Acoustic

Amps;
Fender Twin
Fender Switcher

Keyboards:
Novation Nova
Korg Prophecy
Korg N1
Roland Controller Keyboard

Recording/Outboard:
Korg D8 Digital 8 Track Recording Studio
Tascam 8 Track Tape Recorder
Zoom Multi Effects Unit
Behringer Amp
Boss DD2 Digital Delay
MXR Compressor
Boss Chorus
Boss Flanger
Jim Dunlop Wah-Wah
Celestion Monitors

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Posted By: muhamad dlai
Date Posted: June 29 2009 at 21:56
drums:
premier birch 22 x 18.
toms 10, 12, 13, 16, 16,
satelite 16 floor tom
 14" snares, 2 metal,  2 wood.

cymbals zildjian.  18 crash, 14 new beat hihats and 14 zbt hi hats... 20 old A zildjian ride (wich i love more than my girlfriend) and a 22 bosphorus china.  12 meinl splash

heads:  evans,  remo on wood snare.
sticks:  5a, 5b, 7a,  vater fusion, vater manhatan 7a,  2b(for warm up) and LP nylon brushes.

14" djembe
cajon peruano.
cowbells(yep. i got that fever too)

my old HP laptop, with an upcoming-soon audio interface and midi, also  yamaha or roland brain for trigger my drums when needed.  i need money to spend on that,  but  it deserves.

also on plans, a peavey predator 5 string bass.  i love bass playing.
a melodica,  for drum tuning, coming up.
a remote hi hat., used as X hat.
a carpet.
a darbuka...

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Posted By: Space Cadet
Date Posted: October 07 2009 at 12:08

it isn't a whole lot, but i love everything i have.

i'm only sixteen thoug, so it can only become more and more.

Bass: Ibanez GSR205 (5-string with tigh stringspacing)

Acoustic guitar : some cheapass japanese steelstring

Amp: coxx CB-30 - 30W practise amp, which can actually go pretty effing loud.

effect pedals: Cool (belgian copy brand) Bod-I bass overdrive, Cool RV-100 digital reverb, EHX bass big muff pi



Posted By: Mr ProgFreak
Date Posted: October 08 2009 at 12:41
Just an update (additions in bold) ...

Guitars:
  • Washburn N2
  • Gibson Nighthawk Studio
  • Ibanez Jem-555 BK
  • ESP Horizon NT-II
  • Line 6 Variax 700
Basses:
  • Cort GB35A
Real Amps:
  • None Tongue
Modelling Amps:
  • Line 6 GuitarPort
  • Vox Tonelab SE
  • Line 6 TonePort KB37 (It's also a 37 key midi keyboard and audio interface) 
  • Guitar Rig 4
External Effects:
  • Morley Bad Horsie 2
DAW:
  • Ableton Live Suite 8


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Posted By: mystic fred
Date Posted: October 09 2009 at 01:13
Originally posted by Certif1ed Certif1ed wrote:

Great to see so many drummers in here - any of you guys up for dropping a drum track on a drumless mix? Big smile
 
 
yes i'll give it a whirl Big smile  ..though nothing over 160..Ermm
 
 
anyway...updated from previous posty...
 
 
Drums - Roland TD-12 V-Drums customised kit with Mapex hardware, Roland SPD-S
 
Guitars - Fender 70's Stratocaster reissue, Gibson SG Special, Ibanez GSR 200 bass.
 
Effects - Boss SE-70, Boss GT-8 .
 
(Virtual) Keyboards - M-Audio Axiom 61 with Propellerhead Reason 3 / Mellotron / Hammond Organ / Piano etc.
 
Amps - Marshall  JCM 600 valve (tube) head (Mullard valves) with Marshall 4 x 10 cabinet. 
 
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Posted By: Alberto Muñoz
Date Posted: October 09 2009 at 17:11
Here's my grand little equipment:
http://www.amusic.co.uk/Laney-HCM30B_700_600_NKGI.jpg">Laney HCM30B
 
And:
 
Bass:
Wasburn BB100 bass
 


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Posted By: js (Easy Money)
Date Posted: October 10 2009 at 01:44
Not a complete list:

synths:
Arp Odyssey
Korg MS20
Moog M1
Korg Prophecy
Juno 6
Chroma Polaris
Korg PS3100
Univox MiniKorg

other kybds:
Rhodes 88
Wurlitzer EP
Studiologic SL 990
2 Crumar T1s
Farfisa Combo Compact
smaller Farfisa
Ensoniq EPS

lots of echos and other effects including 2 vintage echoplexes
Ibanez bass, washburn guitar, moldy saxophone


Posted By: trench62
Date Posted: October 11 2009 at 11:24
Gibson Les Paul Goldtop
Fender telecaster(custom fitted with midi pick-up)
Fender fretless jazz bass
Fender acoustic 12 string
Laney 30 watt combo
Line 6 kb 37 guitar interface
Axom ax50 midi converter
Zoom multi fx
Boss digital delay
boss looper
Rmi electric piano
Omnisphere synth
sonic synth 2
miroslav philarmonic
sampletank 2.5
sampletron
samplemoog
meltron 1
BOSS br900 multitrack
TASCAM neo 24 track multitrack
Hayman modulator bass gtr
yamaha nylon gtr
SELMER alto sax
Selmer tenor sax
Boosey and hawkes clarinet
Buffon trumpet
hohner harmonica
lowrey organ
Evans echopet
wem copycat
toontracks ez drummer
fl studio (PRODUCERS EDITION)
Ableton lite studio
Propellerheads reason studio
Roland space echo
 
 


Posted By: SaltyJon
Date Posted: October 11 2009 at 12:12
Peavey TKO 115 bass amp, Squier VM Fretless bass, random off-brand 6-string bass, Ibanez 4-string P-bass, unknown origin upright bass, trombone with non-working slide, Russian Big Muff fuzz pedal.

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Posted By: clarke2001
Date Posted: October 11 2009 at 12:16
Originally posted by Easy Money Easy Money wrote:

Not a complete list:

synths:
Arp Odyssey
Korg MS20
Moog M1
Korg Prophecy
Juno 6
Chroma Polaris
Korg PS3100
Univox MiniKorg

other kybds:
Rhodes 88
Wurlitzer EP
Studiologic SL 990
2 Crumar T1s
Farfisa Combo Compact
smaller Farfisa
Ensoniq EPS

lots of echos and other effects including 2 vintage echoplexes
Ibanez bass, washburn guitar, moldy saxophone


Wow!!! Some of my favourite synth and kbrds are listed here!! Congratulations!

What is a Moog M1?  Korg M1? Not a Mini Moog, the prototype model!?




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Posted By: js (Easy Money)
Date Posted: October 11 2009 at 12:29
The Moog M1 is that little Moog that was sold by radio shack, its small and cheap and sounds great. Even has some features the mini moog didn't have.

The Korg M1 is different.

You picked the right ones from the list, the MS20 and the EPS are slam dunks. The Odyssey is a major dissapointment.


Posted By: Dean
Date Posted: October 11 2009 at 12:45
^ is that like the Realistic MG-1?
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Posted By: js (Easy Money)
Date Posted: October 11 2009 at 13:23
^ yes, it was a radio shack (realistic) moog hybrid. Suprisingly good synth despite what you would expect from radio shack. I should have called mine a Moog MG1 ..Doh!


Posted By: SaltyJon
Date Posted: October 12 2009 at 23:49
While listing all my equipment, I forgot my current wishlist bass:



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Posted By: machinemusic
Date Posted: October 29 2009 at 14:28
http://machinemusic.org/">

Kits

1974 Rogers 20/13/14/16 (New England White)
1974 Rogers 20/13/16 (Gold Sparkle - Pacific Blue originally)

Snares

Elvin Jones Yamaha Signature Series 14 X 7
Ludwig Supraphonic 14 X 6.5
Rogers Dynasonic 14 X 5

Drum Machines

Acetone Rhythm Ace
Roland Rhythm 77

Cymbals
Zildjian K Light Ride 22"
Zildjian Earth Ride 20"
Zildjian K Custom Ride 20"
Zildjian Hi-Hat K Top w/ Z ustom Dyno-Beat Bottom 14"
Zildjian Hi Hat New Beat 14"
Zildjian A Medium Crash 19"
Zildjian A Custom Crash 16"
Zildjian Medium Thin Crash 16"

Some Other Electronic Percussions / Drums +  Instruments & Effects

Roland SP-606 Sampling Groovebox
Roland Octopad II
Roland TD-3 Electronic Drum Set
Vantage EM-650 Analog Echo
Roland Space Echo RE-201
Moog Moogerfooger Ring Modulator
Vox Wah-Wah V847
Roland JX-3P Synthesizer w/ PG 200

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Posted By: SaltyJon
Date Posted: October 29 2009 at 15:41
I played a nice G&L 2000 bass and a Peavey Cirrus BXP this weekend at the local music store, both were incredibly nice instruments.  I also finally got to try the Fender I just claimed was my current wish list...not so well fit for the style of music I'd like to get out of it.  Of course, it could have just been the way the store had it set up, so I'll give others a try any time I see them. Tongue

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Posted By: meatal
Date Posted: October 29 2009 at 17:48
Instruments
Steve Finley Custom Headless Mini Flying  V  Guitar
Steve Finley Custom 7/8th Tele
Warmoth Custom 7/8th Strat
OLP MM1F Elec. Guitar
Washburn  EA17-BK Cutaway Acoustic/Electric
Cort (Curbow) Bass
Roland Juno-106 Keyboard
Roland TD-5 & PD Drumkit

Effects/Pedals/DI's

Line 6 POD XT-Live
Roland GI-10 Guitar/Midi Interface w/GK-2
Digitech Vocalist Live 2
2 - Roland PMA-5's
Hughes & Kettner MKIII Red Box
Line 6 Roto-Master
D.O.D. FX-30B Gate
Behringer BDI-21 Bass DI
Behringer ADI-21 Acoustic DI
Behringer HB01 Hell Babe Wah-Pedal
2 - Nobels DI
Electar SDG-1000 Guitar Wireless
Behringer DSP-1424 Ultramizer Pro
Behringer MIC200 Tube preamp
Behringer Mini Com 800 Compressor

Recorders

Roland VS-1680EX
Roland VS-880EX
Roberts 770X (Tube) 4 Track (Reel to Reel)

Amps/Monitors

Roland Bass Cube 60
Yorkville 100W Powered Wedge
Yamaha NS-10M (Pair) w/ Yamaha Subwoofer
Yamaha NS-10 (Pair) 1970 Models
Roland MA-12V (Pair) Vocal Monitors

Mics/Headphones

Behringer B-1
Behringer C-2 (Pair)
Shure 56
OSP DL-330
Sennheiser E-815S
CB Mic
Fostex T-40 Headphones
Fostex T-20 Headphones



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Posted By: MarkOne
Date Posted: October 30 2009 at 06:24
Keys:
Alesis Fusion 8HD
EMU Proteus PK6
Korg Prophecy
Honer Pianet (Currently mothballed)
Casio VZ1 (Currently mothballed)
Beheringer UMA25s controller

Modules:
Korg Wavestation SR
Yamaha TG100

Virtual Instrments:
Arturia Moog Modular
NI B4II
NI Akoustik Pianos
Garritan Personal Orchestra
Logic Instrument set
REFx Slayer2
EMU Emulator X V2 (Mothballed)

Studio stuff:
iMac running Logic 9
Alesis Multimix FW 16 channel mixer and firewire audio interface
Spirit Folio F1 14 Mixer
Adam A7 monitors
AKG K240 Studio headphones
Beheringer BCF2000 flying fader controller
Behringer 24 point patchbay (x2)
EMU 1820M audio interface (mothballed)
PC running Cubase SX2 (Mothballed)
Groove Tubes GT57 Large diaphragm condenser mic
Samson C02 small diaphragm condenser mic (matched pair)
AKG D65s Dynamic vocal mic
Audio Technica ATR25 stereo field recording mic

Misc:
Line 6 Roto Machine Leslie simulator
Edirol UM2 2x2 midi I/O
Beheringer Ultra DI100 active DI box
Bongoes, Tambourine, Triangle, Claves, Cabassa, Egg Shaker, Ocarina , COWBELL, and lots of other random percussion instruments
Old Fujitsu Laptop running Brainspawn Forte live VST host
Edirol UA1-EX audio interface




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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: November 03 2009 at 12:30

I play the drums, but actually I do not own a kit. Yes, i could afford one (small), but I would have nowhere to put itDisapprove, since I live in a flat.

Oh yeah, I have one random off-brand japanese crappy electric guitar. It's brooken and only has 5 strings since I broke and had to change the highest string always, so I just gave up with it. I don't play guitar (because I suck) but I use it to write stuff for my band.


Posted By: The Runaway
Date Posted: November 03 2009 at 12:54
Amplifiers
Vox AC15 Reverb
 
Guitars
Fender VG Stratocaster
Fender Telecaster
Epiphone Casino
Kawai Acoustic
Silverhead Travel Guitar
 
Flutes
Some company-less flute
 
Here's a list including my dad's gear and what's in his studio:
 
Amplifiers
Line 6 something
Vox AC30
 
Guitars (here's the fun part)
Fender VG Stratocaster
Epiphone Casino
Danelectro Baritone
Danelectro 12-string
Yamaha Acoustic
Kawai Acoustic
Fender Telecaster
Gibson Les Paul
Gibson Les Paul
Old guitar from 1969, don't remember the comp.
Fender Telecaster
Fender Telecaster
 
Basses
Yamaha bass
Rickenbacker 4001 (hohoho!)
 
Keyboards
Tons of them but nothing special and I don't have names...


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Posted By: synthguy
Date Posted: November 03 2009 at 16:31
I think this about covers it. Might be some stuff I'm missing
Synths:
Korg Dw-8000
Korg Poly 800
Korg M-1r
Ensoniq Esq-1
EMU Proetus1
EMU Proetus FX
Roland JX-3P
And dare I admit it! Casio CZ 1000

Guitars:
Fender Telecaster
Fender Jazz Bass
Dean EAB Acoustic Bass
Fender Acoustic (questionable-Japan)
Washburn Acoustic
Epiphone Strat copy

Etc.
Electro Harmonix micro synth
Crumar OMB Bass pedals (Dinosur!)
Various pedals and boxes with switches and dials.

Recording
Tascam 2488 MK II
Assorted Shure Mics
How about a shameless plug for my stuff? Hear it in action!
- http://www.reverbnation.com/thesynthguy

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Posted By: clarke2001
Date Posted: November 05 2009 at 10:21
Originally posted by synthguy synthguy wrote:

I think this about covers it. Might be some stuff I'm missing
Synths:
Korg Dw-8000
Korg Poly 800
Korg M-1r
Ensoniq Esq-1
EMU Proetus1
EMU Proetus FX
Roland JX-3P
And dare I admit it! Casio CZ 1000




I'm jealous about each of those you mentioned (except for bizarre little Poly 800, which I own - capable of great sounds, after deep digging).

Nothing to be ashamed of...Casio CZ series...a phase distortion beast!!

BTW, I like Bathroom Accidents  a lot.Smile
And what synth plays the lead sound on Bob is on TV?



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Posted By: synthguy
Date Posted: November 06 2009 at 08:38
Originally posted by clarke2001 clarke2001 wrote:


Originally posted by synthguy synthguy wrote:

I think this about covers it. Might be some stuff I'm missing
Synths:
Korg Dw-8000
Korg Poly 800
Korg M-1r
Ensoniq Esq-1
EMU Proetus1
EMU Proetus FX
Roland JX-3P
And dare I admit it! Casio CZ 1000

I'm jealous about each of those you mentioned (except for bizarre little Poly 800, which I own - capable of great sounds, after deep digging).Nothing to be ashamed of...Casio CZ series...a phase distortion beast!!BTW, I like Bathroom Accidents  a lot.SmileAnd what synth plays the lead sound on Bob is on TV?

Thanks for your kind words Clarke!
It's really nice to have someone take a listen to my stuff!
You're right about the Poly 800 Kind of a waste of space, as I don't have the time to try and coax a decent patch out of it. The Casio doesn't get all that much use. That lead on "Bob is on TV is the Roland JX-3P, with a lot of tweaking.
I have to say that your post made my day.
If you have any material posted let me know, I'd like to have a listen.
Cheers,
Paul

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Posted By: halabalushindigus
Date Posted: December 01 2009 at 01:41
Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar
Gibson J-50 Acoustic
Alvarez Yairi DY-55 Acoustic
Rickenbacher Bass Guitar (copy)
Ludwig 5-piece Drum Set
Korg Poly-800 Synthesizer
Yamaha FB-01 Tone Generator
Roland MSQ-100 Sequencer
Roland PA-80 powered mixer
Sequencial Circuits Analog Sequencer
TAPCO 4400 Equalization/Reverb
dBX 124 Noise Reduction Unit
TAPCO 6200A Line Mixer
TEAC A-3340s 4-channel Tape Recorder
Denon Cassette D-20
Sunn Speakers 2-12s each
Korg A-4 Effects Pedal
Sequencial Circuits TOM Digital Drums
Korg DRV-2000 Digital Reverb
Shure SM-57 Microphones


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Posted By: jampa17
Date Posted: December 01 2009 at 17:59
Jajajaa... I'm very modest then...
 
Keyboards:
Korg M-50 of 5 octaves
 
Guitars:
Ibanez red special model
Acoustic Fernandez cheap model
 
Pedals:
Korg AG-10
 
that's all... jejeje...


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Posted By: Certif1ed
Date Posted: December 03 2009 at 09:22
Just beefed up my amp collection with;
 
Peavey Mk VI bass head - sounds incredible through my Peavey 1820 cab.
 
...and...
 
Marshall JCM 800 50W Lead 2x12 combo based on 2204 amp, made in 1985.
 
Proper loud. Evil Smile
 
 
 
For the studio we bought;
 
Schecter Blackjack Diamond 7-string (not the ATX version)
ESP George Lynch signature Flame Baritone
Gibson Les Paul Studio (ebony)
 
Line 6 Pod X3 (x2).
 
This brings our total guitars up to 11. We have 14 keyboards, most recent being an Access Virus.


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Posted By: NJCat_11
Date Posted: December 07 2009 at 16:12
Guitars:
Jackson King V Professional Series
Epiphone G-400 SG Special Edition
Yamaha Lotus acoustic
Dean acoustic / electric

Amp:
Beringher V-Class Multi-effects

Pedals:
Boss Metal Zone Distortion
Vox Wah
Digitech JamMan Loop Station


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Posted By: holy ghost
Date Posted: September 06 2010 at 10:57
Guitar:
Gibson SG
Currently in the market for a new guitar, not sure exactly what yet.........

Amp:
Marshall JCM 900 100w w/ clean preamp tubes & Marshall 4x12

Effects:
EHX Big Muff 1974 Op Amp version
EHX Small Stone 70's version
EHX Deluxe Memory Man big box
Ekko 616 Delay pedal
Whetstone Analog Phaser
Boss Tuner Pedal
Crybaby 535Q Wah
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
Kilpatrick Audio Lush Puppy Reverb Pedal
MXR Super Comp


Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: September 06 2010 at 11:30
Current:
Synthesizer: Kawai K1
Electric Guitar: Jackson Performer with Floyd Rose whammy bar.
Electric Guitar effects box: Line 6 Floor Pod Plus
Acoustic Guitar: Yahmha C40 (classical)
Sequencer: Yahmaha QY100
Amp: Behringer Ultratone K450FX
Computer Program: Cakewalk USB Music Pack.
Keyboard Stand: Quik Lok T-22 (two tier which means I have to go out and buy another keyboard now LOL)
Metronome: Seiko DM-20
Guitar Tuner: Korg GA-30
Guitar Slide: glass, brand unknown
Guitar Stands: one old one new, do brands really matter with this item? LOL

Flood victims:
Amplifier    Traynor    BLOC80B
Sampler (Musical Device)    Zoom    ST-224
Electric Guitar Effects Box    Zoom    2020
Synthesizer (Keyboard)    Korg    Poly 61
Combo Keyboard Case/Stand    Hybrid   
Electric Guitar    Kramer    FT-202S
A couple of broken steel string acoustic guitars and my wife's classical which she never used since we did lessons together back in 2001.

Interestingly, I put my Jackson on the cube freezer in the utility room when the water was coming in and it survived.  The old keyboard case/stand wasn't in the best of shape so was listing a little and my K1 had just the corner touch the water and survived.  Some of the onboard patches were scrambled, but the patch set on the memory card survived in tact.  The Korg had long ago ceased to be a functioning keyboard and I had replaced the Kramer, which also had a whammy bar, but the body was made of dense particleboard and it never stayed in tune too well.

Haven't successfully set up the new MIDI capable devices to communicate yet.



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Posted By: progkidjoel
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 04:00
Recent acquisitions:

DigiTech RP1000 multi effects processor


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Posted By: spookytooth
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 09:36

Guitar: Epiphone Les Paul black

Bass: Squier Jazz Bass

Amplification: Vox Valvetronix 75 watt

Keyboard: Casio CTK-451

Drums: Pearl five piece set with hi-hat, crash and crash-ride cymbals (all cymbals by Zildjian)



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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 12:44
Originally posted by spookytooth spookytooth wrote:

Guitar: Epiphone Les Paul black

Bass: Squier Jazz Bass

Amplification: Vox Valvetronix 75 watt

Keyboard: Casio CTK-451

Drums: Pearl five piece set with hi-hat, crash and crash-ride cymbals (all cymbals by Zildjian)


Ah, but can you play them all simultaneously? Tongue LOL

I went to see Skeleton Crew (Fred Frith and company) back in the 80's and I swear there were moments where everyone was playing at least two if not three instruments.


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Posted By: thellama73
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 12:49
I've got a Fender American Deluxe Strat, with two single coils and a humbucker, An epiphone les paul, a 50W Line 6 modeling amp, a Hammond XK-1 organ an accordion, a clarinet, a Kawai Piano, a tenor saxophone and a fifty dollar violin. I can't really play the clarinet, sax and violin though. Tongue

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Posted By: TheGazzardian
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 14:44
a Hagstrom acoustic guitar,
A cheap used drum kit,
and a Yamaha clarinet.

I don't play any of them very much these days, as much as I love to (although I am not good at any of them).


Posted By: spookytooth
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 15:59
Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:

Originally posted by spookytooth spookytooth wrote:

Guitar: Epiphone Les Paul black

Bass: Squier Jazz Bass

Amplification: Vox Valvetronix 75 watt

Keyboard: Casio CTK-451

Drums: Pearl five piece set with hi-hat, crash and crash-ride cymbals (all cymbals by Zildjian)


Ah, but can you play them all simultaneously? Tongue LOL

I went to see Skeleton Crew (Fred Frith and company) back in the 80's and I swear there were moments where everyone was playing at least two if not three instruments.


Haha. sadly I can't play them all at once, though I did try playing piano and then playing the bass with my feet once. Didn't work out very well, though....


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Posted By: NecronCommander
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 17:10
I have no rig to speak of apart from a microcube amp and a Digitech multi-line effects pedal.  Don't have a bass cab anymore.

My main axe was an ESP L-250 I was borrowing from a friend but he wanted it back a while ago.  I now use my cheap strat knockoff.

My bass is an Ibanez EDA-905 fretless.

I'll be purchasing a new guitar soon and it will be custom made and have 9 strings (No pairs, tuned F#BEADGBea).


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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: September 07 2010 at 17:20
Originally posted by spookytooth spookytooth wrote:

Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:

Originally posted by spookytooth spookytooth wrote:

Guitar: Epiphone Les Paul black

Bass: Squier Jazz Bass

Amplification: Vox Valvetronix 75 watt

Keyboard: Casio CTK-451

Drums: Pearl five piece set with hi-hat, crash and crash-ride cymbals (all cymbals by Zildjian)


Ah, but can you play them all simultaneously? Tongue LOL

I went to see Skeleton Crew (Fred Frith and company) back in the 80's and I swear there were moments where everyone was playing at least two if not three instruments.


Haha. sadly I can't play them all at once, though I did try playing piano and then playing the bass with my feet once. Didn't work out very well, though....

The important thing is that you tried. Tongue



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Posted By: warrplayer
Date Posted: September 08 2010 at 09:37
Guitars

Warr Guitar (Raptor Model with custom PU)


Basses


Spector NS-X
Peavey G-Bass

Effects


Boss CS-3 compressor with Indy Guitarist mod
Boss CS-3 compressor with Humphrey's Audio mod
Demeter Compulator (compressor)
Korg PX4B Pandora (bass multi effects - mainly used for amp and speaker models)
Ensoniq DP/Pro multi-fx processor (for modulation, delays and reverb)
Lexicon Vortex (for whacked FX)

Recording

Korg D1600 stand alone 16 track recorder  (for initial tracks)
Cakewalk Sonar (what everything gets dumped to for mixing in editing)

Monitoring


Event 20/20 bas (from a pawn shop for peanuts)
AKG K240s headphones


Posted By: NecronCommander
Date Posted: September 10 2010 at 15:15
Wow, it's not easy to play a tapstyle instrument.

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Posted By: SaltyJon
Date Posted: September 10 2010 at 15:41
Originally posted by warrplayer warrplayer wrote:


Warr Guitar (Raptor Model with custom PU)

If you ever feel like...erm, giving that away for charity, I'll take it. LOL


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Posted By: warrplayer
Date Posted: September 15 2010 at 09:06
Originally posted by SaltyJon SaltyJon wrote:


If you ever feel like...erm, giving that away for charity, I'll take it. LOL


Okay. You're at the very top of my list. Wink


Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: September 15 2010 at 19:07
Originally posted by NecronCommander NecronCommander wrote:

Wow, it's not easy to play a tapstyle instrument.

That's an interesting statement.  If we're talking strings and I'm pretty sure your talking Chapman, I'd really love to get my hands on one.  Oddly enough one of my new instrument additions is a Yamaha sequencer witch can be played by tapping as a real instrument.


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Posted By: himtroy
Date Posted: November 03 2010 at 20:43
This can't happen.....way too much.  Or maybe it will...

Keyboards : Fender Rhodes Seventy, Alesis Micron, Hammond L-100, Hammond Piper II, garbage digital keyboard of some make.

Guitars: Carvin guitar that I made from a guitar kit and have modified and customized in many ways.  1958 Gibson, early 60's Hagstrom, Hagstrom Viking (ES-335 imitation basically), acoustic Alvarez( very nice), acoustic 12 string Alvarez, acoustic Fender.  I also have a Fender Jazz Bass and my prized possession, the Godin ACS nylon string synth guitar.  

Harmonicas: Diatonic harmonica's in all twelve keys, minors in a few keys, two bullet mics.

Drumset: Generic Ludwig with various cymbals I don't feel like naming.  

Amplifiers: Hughes and Kettner head on top of a Marshall cab, Fender vibro champ, some kind of average PA system, as well as various other low grade amps in various degrees of working order.

Effects Pedals: This would take forever to list, but I have a whole display case set of Digitech pedals that I got for super cheap.  So other than that I have a digitech whammy pedal, vox wah, dunlop crybaby, small stone phase shifter, arbiter fuzz face (broken), original issue M&R fuzz (the greatest fuzz pedal ever),ernie ball volume pedal.  On top of this I probably have various other pedals stashed in places that I don't use.  So at least 15 pedals in this room.

Then there's a fostex mixer for recording, as well as many mic's and related gear (the only noteworthy item being a Shure mic), then countless small gadgets that aren't worth mentioning.

So my favorite things I own are my Godin ACS, Hammond L-100, Fender Rhodes, and Hughes & Kettner head on Marshall cab combo.  This could probably be updated endlessly to add more and more things.


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Posted By: bogg808
Date Posted: November 18 2010 at 01:38

Well let see....

Guitars:
 
Schecter Blackjack C-1 FR 2008
Schecter C-1 Classic 2009
Schecter Hellraiser Tempest 2008
No-name Strat Copy with GFS lil' killers
 
Amps:
 
Bugera 333 + 4x12
Legacy 5W head + 1x12 (valve jr copy)
Roland Micro Cube
 
Effects:
 
MI Audio Boost 'N' Buff
Boss CE-2 Chorus MIJ
Boss OD-1 Overdrive MIJ
Vox Satchurator
MXR Phase 90 Script
Fulltone Mini Deja Vibe
Voodoo Lab Pedal Power II
ISP Decimator
Boss HF-2 Hi Band Flanger MIJ
Boss DD-2 Digital Delay MIJ
T Rex Alberta
Fulltone Ultimate Octave
Maxon OD-880 Soft Distortion RI
Ibanez Overdrive II
Paul Cochrane Timmy
Paul Cochrane Timmy
Teese RMC5 Wizard Wah
BJFE Honey Bee Overdrive
Diamond Compressor
Paul Cochrane TIM
Boss DD-20 Giga Delay
Strymon BlueSky Reverberator
Diamond Memory Lane 2
OKKO Dominator
Loop Master 5 Loop Effect Swticher w/Master Bypass (strip)
Keyboards:
 
Yamaha DGX-200
 
Recording:
 
Shure SM57
M-Audio Fasttrack II
 
Incoming Gear:
 
Boss CE-2B MIT Bass Chorus
Blackout Effectors Twosome
Orange Rockerverb 100 MkII + PPC212
 
Thats it so far...


Posted By: Tapfret
Date Posted: November 18 2010 at 12:17
Keys
Casio - CDP-100 with nice weighted keys.

Geetars (in order of acquisition)
Ibanez Roadstar II (1985)
BC Rich Platinum (1989, now in pieces)
Eko 12-string electric (1989)
Alvarez Classical (1991)
Roland GR-1 Guitar synth, body by Fender, GM-70 rack(1994)
Hondo generic bass (1995)
Squier 7-string w/Floyd (1999)
Takamine EAN-10C(2002)
Charvel/Jackson Model 6 neck-through(2002)
Megatar Midi-tapper storm custom (2006)

Amps
Roland JC-120
Behringer Europower EP1500 (2x700 watt power amp)

Pedal FX
Vox Tonelab SE

Rack
Rocktron Gainiac
Alesis 3639 Compressor/Limiter
Alesis Midiverb4
Axon AX - 100 midi guitar converter
Eurorack Pro single slot 16 channel mixer
Korg NX5R half -rack synth module (rare Japanese version)
Korg X5DR half -rack synth module (ultra-common N. American version)
Rackrider RR15 Power/light module
JuiceGoose 8.0 Power module

Speakers (almost forgot)
(2) B-52 15" PA loudspeaker


Recording

The ultra- antiquated Roland VS-880



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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: November 18 2010 at 19:53

Musicians: List your equipment (all of it) or else...

Things might get broken and we wouldn't want that to happen. Wink



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Posted By: bogg808
Date Posted: December 09 2010 at 22:43
Just got one of these today...
 


Posted By: Anaon
Date Posted: December 10 2010 at 08:16
Awesome! How much did you get?

Clap


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Posted By: The Neck Romancer
Date Posted: December 10 2010 at 09:24
Basses: Fretless Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass, Ibanez BTB575FM
Guitars: Cheap SG copy, cheap Giannini classical.


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