Gear/Studio/Jam Area Pics
I figured we should have a place to throw up some pics of our gear, playing areas, and studio setups. So, here we go...
Here's my current studio setup:
Currently I'm using Pro Tools 9. The last two years I've been focusing a lot on composition, so I'm using a lot of virtual instruments. I've got an extensive collection from East West, Native Instruments, etc. I've also been messing with a lot of virtual amps, so I have Eleven LE from Avid, Amplitube 3, and Pod Farm 2.
I play a lot of piano, and one of my favorites is the East West Quantum Leap Pianos... here's all 35 dual layer DVDs. What a bitch to install :hecho:
My main guitar these days is a Fender Deluxe Power Stratocaster. It's a pretty good all-around versatile guitar. It and my bass are now mounted on my wall:
And here's a shot of my bass guitar and the piano where I record actual piano performances (I only use the M-Audio Keystation that's on my desk for other MIDI stuff. It's not really suitable for real performances.)
I also had my fiancée paint this for me to hang above my studio area:
I fucking love the new BSG. :fist:
Now is the time when I wish I had random photos of my gear. To make it short:
-Epiphone Les Paul Studio (Black). This is currently my only functioning guitar, I recently sold my ESP M-200 FM to a friend, but I still have access to it if I need it.
-Line 6 Spider III 150-Watt Half-Stack
-Dunlop Crybaby Classic
-Dunlop 1.0mm (Blue) picks
-Ernie Ball Super Slinky Strings (9s)
-Yamaha YPG 235 76-key Portable Grand Piano Keyboard (Relatively low-end, but I'm not really much of a player, I just want something to play)
I plan to buy a Yamaha FX 335 Acoustic-Electric in the next couple of weeks, I've been in the market for a new acoustic guitar for about 3 years now, haha.
I plan to buy a Yamaha FX 335 Acoustic-Electric in the next couple of weeks, I've been in the market for a new acoustic guitar for about 3 years now, haha.[/QUOTE]
Me too. I had an Ibanez acoustic-electric my parents bought my sister (who never bothered to play it, but she did manage to beat it up.) It's not doing great, and I'd like to get one of my own some time still... You'll have to let me know how you like it. I see it's a pretty basic, straight-forward guitar, which sounds good. Definitely report back on it!
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