#1
We add a few things since these pictures, but it's a comfortable atmosphere to work in.

Please post your pics!!!

Enjoy!

Panoramic view.


You can see the Bass cab, xxx, & Spider II in this one... We'd sell the Spider.


That bass cab and head was actually in a fire... after re-soldiering all the melted solder, it works!


Poor Mans Mesa Boogie


Some switches, the GCB-95 kinda sucks... Wish it were the SW-95 instead :P


Toby's drums.... He's an ANIMAL! (notice how their mic'd kiddies...)


Duct Tape is the very best tool to have in any Studio or Practice area... Dampens the 'BONG' from the drums... not to mention the Maxi-Pads Duct Tapped top the bottom heads.


Here is our mixer/digital recorder. This thing is the BOMB!


ENJOY!!!
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
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-Maynard



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#2
thats pretty sweet.
top axes:
Taylor GS8
Fender American Strat (w/DiMarzio pickups)
Epiphone Les Paul
#4
i'd put up pics of ours, but it's not at my house. nice, though!
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#8
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very nice.
do the gaffa squares on your XXX actually help with spreading the sound?



I'm not a huge fan of the tone from Sheffield Speakers (but the quality is amazing)... It did help. Esp for recording. Sheffield's have this weird break-up (kinda buzzy) that absolutely drives me bonkers. So the Duct Tape kinda helps mix that buzz in with the bass and gives a better tone.

I'd swap those Sheffield's in heartbeat with V30's if I had the resources to do so....

Yeah, just use duct tape and put a patch over your cone and experiment... it's easy and something fun to do on a rainy day
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
"
-Maynard



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#9
The mixer is the Korg D888.
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
"
-Maynard



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#10


thats part of ours, its the only picture i have now though, ill make sure to get some better tommorow

to the left you see part of a computer monitor, which we record on, and then theres the mixer which i dont think can be seen between the keyboard and the computer. Theres the drum set and then theres the bass amp and a few guitars, all the other amps and speakers are on the other side of the room so ill have to put those up later.
#11
So I'm happily looking over your pics when I'm stopped in my tracks with line:

...not to mention the Maxi-Pads Duct Tapped top the bottom heads.


Do you buy them specifically for this purpose, or do you just have a really weird conversation with your mom?
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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#12
thats a pretty sweet place you got.
and me, i have no place, and no recording gear.
our jams usually consist of my small bedroom, a hallway, and another bedroom.
with no drummer.
i envy you.
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#14
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My band's practice area? A basement. Without enough wall plugs. You know you want it.


solution: lots of extension cords and surge protectors haha
2006 Fender Deluxe Players Strat w/ Stephens Design Mojo pickups
Gibson SG Special
Carvin DC727 w/ Bareknuckle Nailbomb 7 and CWP 7
Mesa Boogie Mark IV head
Mesa Boogie 2x12 Cab MC90/EV200w

VP of Carvin Club but call me Il Duce
#15
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So I'm happily looking over your pics when I'm stopped in my tracks with line:


Do you buy them specifically for this purpose, or do you just have a really weird conversation with your mom?


30yrs old, hardly livin with mommy...

HA! Actually, it was my girlfriends' idea.. she hooked us up.
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
"
-Maynard



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Last edited by MrSandMan at Jan 20, 2007,
#16
Man that setup is ****ing awesome. I'd kill for something like that (minus the stairs ).

Considering you seem to be a DIY person, you can mod the crybaby to sound from shithouse, to utterly ****ing awesome (I've done it) by swapping some resistors, theres a thread somewhere in the building forum.
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#17
When I find a drummer, bassist, and rythym guitarist who aren't all dickheads I'll send you pics of where we jam!!!
#18
sweet pics guys. Any more?
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
"
-Maynard



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#19


my laptop and the mixer, some extra mics and other assorted things laying around



the mics i actually use to record with



other side of the room where the guitars are and the amp usually is, its at the band area i put up earlier currently
#23
Oh crap.... Maybe I'll try to figure it out later. Thanks...
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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i love you slats.
#24
And I was so excited...

Awesome setup @ threadstarter.
My Gear:
-Schecter C-1 Plus (Vintage Sunburst)
-B-52 AT-212 Tube Combo
-ZW-44 Zakk Wylde Overdrive
-Digitech RP350 Multi-Effects Pedal
-Hamer Slammer Strat Copy
#25
Try this again...

My main rig. Can it be seen?

You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

Quote by jj1565
i love you slats.
#26
It can be seen. It's lovely.
My Gear:
-Schecter C-1 Plus (Vintage Sunburst)
-B-52 AT-212 Tube Combo
-ZW-44 Zakk Wylde Overdrive
-Digitech RP350 Multi-Effects Pedal
-Hamer Slammer Strat Copy
#27
Cool! Thanks...

Here's my Nano, on top of my Epi, on top of my Mesa then...


It's behind a table 'cause I also got a new one of these...


And because I'm such a great Dad, my son gets to play with this up in his amazingly sloppy bedroom...
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

Quote by jj1565
i love you slats.