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iron mitchell iron mitchell is offline
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Old Jun 24th, 2005, 11:09 AM        let's talk about music equipment...
or at least brag about what we have...

STANDALONE INSTRUMENTS

***unmodified***

danelectro guitar probably from the early 90's? nice sparkley blue color.

rogue bass. from a few years ago. midnight blue.

moog opus 3

oberheim ob-xa

electribe ea-1

a bunch of sm-57/58 ripoffs.

pearl export (if i remember correctly?) series drumset with a few extra cymbals of varying brands and quality.

too much sheet metal.

a pretty nice didgeridoo

lots more percussion (shakers, tambourines, cranks, etc.)

wooden flute

***modified***

junked out sunlite drumset.

circuit-bent casio sk-1

circuit-bent speak and math

circuit-bent speak and spell

circuit-bent barnyard animal toy

circuit-bent keyboard/drum/guitar toy

circuit-bent yamaha keyboard

four circuit-bent toy cellphones of varying brands and quality

circuit-bent shortwave radio that don't work no more

circuit-bent glo-worm

circuit-bent rap/drum machine toy thingy

circuit-bent talking robot toy

circuit-bent toy drumpads

***homemade***

midi controller

effect-heavy noise generator

two theremins

phallic windchimes

12 contact mics (most waterproof)

constantly-being-revamped analog synth (kinda like a cross between a troubled variance tri-wave and a frostwave resonator, but controlled by both knobs and body-contacts)

EFFECTS

***unmodified***

yamaha magicstomp
radio shack realistic reverb unit
russian big muff
danelectro reel echo
danelectro dan-o-echo
danelectro fabtone
mini-danelectro distortion
alesis bitrman
alesis philtre
alesis metavox

***modified***

arion stereo delay
digitech digidelay
mini-danelectro overdrive
mini-danelectro slap echo
mini-danelectro flanger
mini-danelectro phaser
mini-danelectro octave

***homemade***

a slightly altered copy of danelectro's sitar swami and reverse delay combined.

my very own "pussified", constantly ebb'ing "noise swash".

fluctuating octave/slapback echo.

a really primitive ring modulator
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Old Jun 24th, 2005, 11:55 AM       
Here's my setup:

PII 233 IBM ThinkPad w/ 192 Mb RAM and a 4GB HD running Debian Linux and using seq24 as a MIDI sequencer (BEST fucking program EVER) and Specimen as a sampler... I've obtained better MIDI timing and stability out of this piece of shit laptop than I have on Windows computers with 4 times the specs.

Mackie 1202 VLZ Pro mixer
MIDISport 2x2 Interface
Ensoniq ESQ-1 synth
Korg MS-2000R synth rack
Novation DrumStation rack
Boss DS-1 distortion box
Yamaha fretless bass

and hopefully soon, an Access Virus and/or a Nord Lead 2
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Old Jun 24th, 2005, 03:52 PM       
I have a lovely drum kit with the best double pedal money can buy (DW500), a hi hat stand designed to go with a double pedal that only has two feet, a sweet Tama kit, a signature 15" Yamaha near-piccolo snare, an amazing drum stool that has a seat like a harley davidson, a set of zildjian cymbals, a new china and a cowbell.

Thats it. Luddite rock.
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Old Jun 24th, 2005, 07:12 PM       
i don't even own a microphone.
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Old Jun 24th, 2005, 07:47 PM       
Warwick 5 string corvette standard bass
Old german 3/4 double bass
Rickenbacker Model 4003 fretless w/o pickups
Epiphone SG special Guitar
Alverez Acoustic
Kentucky F- Style Mandolin

Amplifiers & Effects:

1977 Ampeg B-25B Tube amp and cab
Vox T-60
Fulltone USA Bass Drive
Morley PBA - 2 Wah Pedal
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Old Jun 25th, 2005, 05:01 AM       
a drum kit
a microphone
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Bobo Adobo Bobo Adobo is offline
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Old Jun 25th, 2005, 03:41 PM       
Is that Boon and Mike Watt in your avatar?
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Old Jun 25th, 2005, 03:46 PM       
yes

edit: it is
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Old Jun 26th, 2005, 09:50 AM       
Gibson Les Paul

two practise amps

a bigger laney that I don't use anymore

lots of guitar wires

the trusty ES-9 ibanez distortion

a computer: sonar 4 - NI Guitar Rig, NI - Battery, NI - Absynth etc, reason 3, buzz
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Old Jun 26th, 2005, 01:51 PM       
Old Crate Amp (looks like the one shown here)

Cheap Sammick Fender-like guitar that I've had for about 13 years now.

Zoom 3030 multi-effects pedal

Boss FZ-2 Hyper Fuzz pedal

DOD Envelope Filter pedal


But the real pride 'n joy of my music equipment collection would have to be my Korg Triton Pro-X (88-key) synthesizer. I just wish I had more time to play it these days... but man, it's the most beautiful synth EVAR.



I used to have it downstairs and next to me at all times, but since then I've moved it upstairs so that we had more space. As a result, I don't use it as much these days cuz I'm rarely upstairs. :o Hopefully I'll get back into it though whenever we move into a new place.
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Old Jun 26th, 2005, 01:53 PM       
How are you going to move all that stuff?
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Old Jun 27th, 2005, 01:46 PM       
You mean if I move out west? I'll sell off most of my big stuff and then put what I want to hold onto in storage until I can move it out to where I am. :o
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