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Old 07-04-2009, 08:25 PM
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Default the shack and the gretsch's

I'm using my garage as a "studio" at the moment.
so I though I might as well post some pics of it here.







the garage


the guitar player's equipment



the bas player's equipment


the other equipment


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Old 07-04-2009, 08:28 PM
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Default Re: the shack and the gretsch's

stunning kit, and if im honest paiste sig's have the power of making everything look better
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Old 07-04-2009, 08:40 PM
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stunning kit, and if im honest paiste sig's have the power of making everything look better
hah well I just upgraded to the Piste Twenty's as they were just in my budget. :p
and from now on I'll only buy Twenty's and Signature's. They are amazing cymbals
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Old 07-04-2009, 09:47 PM
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Are those Renowns? Love the finish....
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Default Re: the shack and the gretsch's

That is one lavely kit. I actually used to own a JCM2000 head for a bit. Went back to the peavey because it wasn't quite my thing but it sounded great for solo and lead work i thought.
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Old 07-05-2009, 07:20 PM
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Nice kit it looks like a blast to play, best of luck recording.
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Old 07-05-2009, 09:53 PM
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Those drums are great, but I'd like to hear more about that backline and PA!


Pleeeeease?
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Old 07-06-2009, 04:37 PM
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Default Re: the shack and the gretsch's

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Are those Renowns? Love the finish....
yes, gretsch renown maple '09 in DIGS finish (deep inca gold sparkle)

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Those drums are great, but I'd like to hear more about that backline and PA!

Pleeeeease?
well was gonna post the specs anyway so here thay are :

drums:
gretsch renown maple in DIGS finish
sizes: 20x20 BD, 8"TT,10"TT,12"TT,14"FT,16"FT,14x6.5"SD.

Cymbals
Paiste Twenty hihat 14"
Paiste Twenty crash 16"
Paiste Dimensions thin crash 16"
Paiste Dimensions deep full ride 20"
Paiste Alpha Splash 10"
Wuhan China 18"

Guitar equipment:
Marschal JCM 2000 head
London City Heavy duty Spreaker cab (60s)
Gibson Les Paul Studio (70s)

Bass equipment:
Peavy Nitro bass head & speaker cab
Ibanez SR 500

PA

amps:
Behringer PMX 2000 (2x250 W) with inputs (used as input point & high and med ranges)
Peavey PV 1.3K (2x1000 W)(used for basses)
JB Systems PA9600 (2x200W)(used for high and med ranges)

equalizer:
Behringer DEQ1024

crossover:
IMG stage-line (don't know exactly which one)

speaker cabs:
2x SYNQ CLS-215 B (600W) bass speakers
2x DAP-Pro ax 15 (300W)
2x DAP K112 (not shown)

mixers:
SYNQ SMX-1
with SYNQ CDX-1

mics:
Shure


we got all this stuff because my dad used to be a sound technician and now does our personal PA

Still gotta find some stuff to be able to record though

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Old 07-06-2009, 07:03 PM
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Default Re: the shack and the gretsch's

I thought that i saw some dimensions in there. Nice kit all around.
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:22 PM
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Cool! My dad also does sound for the band I'm in, and consequently, I'm also recording here in the basement.
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