Archive for March, 2009

Thomas Organ Wah Pedal

March 27, 2009

This is a Thomas Organ Wah Pedal. Obviously it has been painted green and was originally black. It is a great sounding wah pedal with a particularly classic sound. I’ll use it to create my basic guitar tone and leave it set.


Rolls Midi Buddy MP128

March 27, 2009

This is a foot-operated midi controller that i can use to change programs of my midi keyboard, the Pod or the Trigger Finger. It gives you additional music expression and flexibility.

Line 6 Pod 2.0

March 27, 2009

This is a guitar modeler. It comes fairly close to an actual amp, especially when employing the effects such as delay and reverb.  The floorboard gives you four channels to choose from.

M-Audio Trigger Finger

March 27, 2009

This is an M-Audio Trigger Finger midi controller. I use it to create drum and other percussion parts. it is much more comfortable using this for drum parts instead of the keyboard.

Rode NT1a Condenser Microphone

March 14, 2009

This is a Rode NT1A Condenser Microphone. Since it has no power supply, it requires 48v phantom power. It gives a clean sound with no coloration and is a very quiet microphone.

Groove Tubes GT66 Tube Condenser Microphone

March 14, 2009

This is a Groove Tubes GT66 Tube Condenser Microphone. Since it has a vacuum tube inside, it comes with its own power supply. It is very easy to get a great warm sound due to the tube.

Bells

March 6, 2009

This is a set of Yamaha Bells that is on loan to the Museum. It has 32 titanium keys and spans 3 octaves.

Gibson GA20 Guitar Amplifier

March 6, 2009

This is a ca. 1953 Gibson GA20 Guitar Amplifier. It uses 6V6, 6SL7, 6SJ7 and 5Y3 vacuum tubes to output 12-14 watts to  a 12″ Jensen speaker.