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Växhuset workshop version 1

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Uploaded: 2018-11-10

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Randall RT412 SM57 A 3 0 2

Downloads 346


Yorkville Stage 120B Combo

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Yorkville Stage 120B Combo B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 302


Marshall JVM 205C

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Marshall JVM 205C SM57 A 0 0 1

Downloads 621


Växhuset Session Gallien Krueger GK 250ML

Impulses: 4

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Växhuset Session Gallien Krueger GK 250ML Beta 58 B 3 3 1 45

Downloads 244


FBT 250

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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FBT 250 BD300 A 4 0 -32

Downloads 228


Custom 412

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Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Custom 412 SM57 A -5 0 2 45

Downloads 368


Bandit 112

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Bandit 112 SM57 A 0 0 0

Downloads 461


Kustom Shanute Kansas

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Kustom Shanute Kansas SM57 A -2 0 2 45

Downloads 264


Nemesis NC250

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Nemesis NC250 D11L HL A 0 -14 3 45

Downloads 251


EBS Gorm ET350

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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EBS Gorm ET350 SM57 A 0 1 7

Downloads 296


Rocksta Reactions Bugera V55 Infinium

Impulses: 3

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Bugera V55 Infinium SM57 A 5 1 0 45

Downloads 449


Rocksta Reactions Mesa Powerhouse

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Mesa Powerhouse SM57 A 0 0 1

Downloads 604


Gallien Krueger GK 250ML

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Gallien Krueger GK 250ML B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 392


Frances Bloom Marshall 1960V

Impulses: 2

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Frances Bloom Marshall 1960V SM57 A 0 0 0

Downloads 586


Ampeg Classic

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Ampeg Classic B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 1578


Behringer Ultrastack BG412F

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Behringer Ultrastack BG412F B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 324


Rocksta Reactions Custom Cab

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Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Custom Cab SM57 C -1 1 1

Downloads 396


Peavey 115BXBW

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Peavey 115BXBW B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 471


Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V SM57 A 0 0 0

Downloads 483


Torque 112

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Torque 112 SE4400a B -2 8 4

Downloads 230


Line 6 Spider III

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Line 6 Spider III B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 321


Awesome Randall 4x12

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Uploaded: 2019-06-19

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Randall 4x12 SM57

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Marshall 1960V

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Marshall 1960V SM57 A -2 0 0 45

Downloads 1312


Växhuset Session Peavey EX412 (Slant)

Impulses: 13

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Växhuset Session Peavey EX412 (Slant) Beta 58 D 0 0 0

Downloads 410


Crate GFX 212

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Crate GFX 212 SM57 A 0 0 2

Downloads 303


Rocksta Reactions Warwick BC20

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Warwick BC20 NT1-A A -6 7 7

Downloads 370


Trace Elliot 1248H

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Trace Elliot 1248H SM57 B 2 -2 1

Downloads 363


Ashdown ABM BP150

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Ashdown ABM BP150 B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 445


Växhuset Session Behringer BG412F

Impulses: 2

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Växhuset Session Behringer BG412F Beta 58 B 2 4 1

Downloads 216


Rocksta Reactions Marshall MF280B

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall MF280B B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 382


Rocksta Reactions Mesa Traditional

Impulses: 3

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Mesa Traditional SM57 C 5 -1 3 45

Downloads 1837


Ashdown MAG 410 T Deep

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Ashdown MAG 410 T Deep B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 387


Rocksta Reactions Koch

Impulses: 6

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Koch MT184S C -1 1 1

Downloads 789


Växhuset Session Marshall MF280B

Impulses: 13

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Växhuset Session Marshall MF280B Beta 58 B 10 10 0

Downloads 267


Bugera V55 Infinium

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Bugera V55 Infinium B5 Left A 230 200 320

Downloads 524


Marshall MF280B

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Marshall MF280B SM57 B 5 0 0

Downloads 377


Rocksta Reactions Fender Twin Reverb

Impulses: 3

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Fender Twin Reverb SM57 A 2 3 3 45

Downloads 2208


Vox T25

Impulses: 12

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Vox T25 BD300 A 8 -5 -29

Downloads 417


Rocksta Reactions Marshall JCM800 Lead Series

Impulses: 4

Uploaded: 2018-08-13

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall JCM800 Lead Series SM57 C -5 0 1

Downloads 1646


Components


Audix D6

Dynamic Instrument Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Marshall 1960V

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER: Rocksta Sound Ranch Marshall Amplification is an English company that designs and manufactures music amplifiers, speaker cabinets, brands personal headphones and earphones, and, having acquired Natal Drums, drums and bongos. It was founded by drum shop owner and drummer Jim Marshall, and is now based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Marshall's guitar amplifiers are among the most recognised in the world. Their signature sound, characterised by sizzling distortion and "crunch," was conceived by Marshall after guitarists, such as Pete Townshend, visited Marshall's drum shop complaining that the guitar amplifiers then on the market didn't have the right sound or enough volume. After gaining a lot of publicity, Marshall guitar amplifiers and loudspeaker cabinets were sought by guitarists for this new sound and increased volume. Many of the current and reissue Marshall guitar amplifiers continue to use vacuum tubes (also called valves in Britain and some other regions), as is common in this market sector. Marshall also manufactures less expensive solid-state, hybrid (vacuum tube and solid state) and modelling amplifiers. Jim was born in London on 29 July 1923 and as a child he suffered with tubercular bones which meant that he spent much of his early years hospitalised to the age of 13. At his father’s suggestion he took up tap dancing to strengthen the bones in his legs and he soon discovered that he had a flair for music. Subsequently Jim took up the drums and by the late 1930’s he was teaching and playing professionally. After over 20 years gigging on the road on 7 July 1962, Jim opened a music store, Jim Marshall and Son, in Hanwell, London. The store sold a variety of musical instruments and attracted many young emerging talents, such as Pete Townshend and Ritchie Blackmore, who were friends of Jim’s drum students. Responding to calls for a new breed of amplifier, Jim and his team worked to produce their own. The first amplifier now known as ‘Number One’ (which is on display at the Marshall factory in Bletchley), attracted 23 orders on its first day in store in September 1962 and would become the first of many JTM45 amps. Marshall went to another level in 1965 when Pete Townshend demanded his sound to be louder. Jim’s solution was the 100 watt Marshall amplifier, the Super 100 head and, to the horror of roadies everywhere, the Marshall 8x12” speaker cabinet. This was too bulky to transport so was replaced by two stacked 4x12” cabs giving rise to the iconic Marshall Stack. Source: Wikipedia, Marshall.com


Behringer Ultrastack BG412F

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen Behringer is an audio equipment company founded by the Swiss engineer Uli Behringer in 1989, in Willich, Germany. Behringer was listed as the 14th largest manufacturer of music products in 2007. Behringer is a multinational group of companies, with direct marketing presence in 10 countries or territories and a sales network in over 130 countries around the world. Though originally a German manufacturer, the company now makes its products in China. The company is owned by Music Group, a holding company chaired by Uli Behringer, which also owns other audio companies such as Midas, Klark Teknik and Bugera, as well as Electronic Manufacturing Services company Eurotec. In June 2012, Music Group also acquired Turbosound company, which designs and manufactures professional loudspeaker systems and was formerly owned by Harman. Source: Wikipedia


JCM 800 Lead Series 4x12

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER: Gabriel Sundström Marshall Amplification is an English company that designs and manufactures music amplifiers, speaker cabinets, brands personal headphones and earphones, and, having acquired Natal Drums, drums and bongos. It was founded by drum shop owner and drummer Jim Marshall, and is now based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Marshall's guitar amplifiers are among the most recognised in the world. Their signature sound, characterised by sizzling distortion and "crunch," was conceived by Marshall after guitarists, such as Pete Townshend, visited Marshall's drum shop complaining that the guitar amplifiers then on the market didn't have the right sound or enough volume. After gaining a lot of publicity, Marshall guitar amplifiers and loudspeaker cabinets were sought by guitarists for this new sound and increased volume. Many of the current and reissue Marshall guitar amplifiers continue to use vacuum tubes (also called valves in Britain and some other regions), as is common in this market sector. Marshall also manufactures less expensive solid-state, hybrid (vacuum tube and solid state) and modelling amplifiers. Jim was born in London on 29 July 1923 and as a child he suffered with tubercular bones which meant that he spent much of his early years hospitalised to the age of 13. At his father’s suggestion he took up tap dancing to strengthen the bones in his legs and he soon discovered that he had a flair for music. Subsequently Jim took up the drums and by the late 1930’s he was teaching and playing professionally. After over 20 years gigging on the road on 7 July 1962, Jim opened a music store, Jim Marshall and Son, in Hanwell, London. The store sold a variety of musical instruments and attracted many young emerging talents, such as Pete Townshend and Ritchie Blackmore, who were friends of Jim’s drum students. Responding to calls for a new breed of amplifier, Jim and his team worked to produce their own. The first amplifier now known as ‘Number One’ (which is on display at the Marshall factory in Bletchley), attracted 23 orders on its first day in store in September 1962 and would become the first of many JTM45 amps. Marshall went to another level in 1965 when Pete Townshend demanded his sound to be louder. Jim’s solution was the 100 watt Marshall amplifier, the Super 100 head and, to the horror of roadies everywhere, the Marshall 8x12” speaker cabinet. This was too bulky to transport so was replaced by two stacked 4x12” cabs giving rise to the iconic Marshall Stack. The JCM800 series (Models 2203, 2204, 2205 and 2210) is a line of guitar amplifiers made by Marshall Amplification. The series was introduced in 1981. Although models 1959 and 1987 had been in production since 1965 and the 2203 and 2204 had been in production since 1975, they were redesigned and introduced as JCM800 amplifiers in '81. The JCM800 amplifiers became a staple of 1980s hard rock and heavy metal bands. Source: Wikipedia, Marshall.com


SE Electronics Gemini 5

Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Växhuset Randall 4x12

Randall 4x12 Cabinet equipped with Celestial elements OWNER: ABF Växhuset After graduating from community college in Santa Ana, California, Don Randall worked as a salesman for a radio supply shop, where he met Leo Fender, who was operating a nearby radio repair shop. Randall went on to serve in the Army Corps of Engineers, the Signal Corps, and Army Air Forces during World War II. After the war, he took a job as general manager of Radio & Television Equipment, a wholesale distributor of electronic components, and discovered that Fender had begun making a few lap steel guitars and small amplifiers. In 1946, Randall suggested that Radio & Television Equipment distribute Fender's guitars and amplifiers. Finding commercial success, the Fender Sales Corporation and Fender Electric Instrument Company were established in February 1953, with Randall in charge of sales and distribution. Randall subsequently became vice president and general manager of the Fender Musical Instrument and Fender Sales divisions of CBS. In 1969, Randall left to found the Randall Amplifier Company in Irvine, California. Randall sold the company in 1987. In the mid-1990s, it was purchased by U.S. Music Corporation. Source: Wikipedia


Beta 58

Dynamic Vocal Microphone OWNER:Thom Kajava


Nemesis NC250 Combo

1x15 Bass Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Behringer B5 Left

Medium Diaphragm Condenser Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Vox T-25

1x10 Bass Cabinet SerialMo:100904 OWNER: Musikshopen Vox is a musical equipment manufacturer founded in 1957 by Thomas Walter Jennings in Dartford, Kent, England. The company is most famous for making the Vox AC30 guitar amplifier, used by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Yardbirds, Queen, Dire Straits, U2 and Radiohead, the Vox Continental electric organ, the Vox wah-wah pedal used by Jimi Hendrix, and a series of innovative electric guitars and bass guitars. Since 1992, Vox has been owned by the Japanese electronics firm Korg. The Jennings Organ Company was founded by Thomas Walter Jennings in Dartford Kent, England after World War II. Jennings's first successful product was the Univox, an early self-powered electronic keyboard similar to the Clavioline. In 1956 Jennings was shown a prototype guitar amplifier made by Dick Denney, a big band guitarist and workmate from World War II. The company was renamed Jennings Musical Industries, or JMI, and in 1958 the 15-watt Vox AC15 amplifier was launched. With Rock ‘n’ Roll on the rise in the spring of 1960, Dick Denney and the VOX crew quickly recognized that London’s up and coming bands were craving more power from their amplifiers. Rather than design an entirely new amplifier from scratch, Denney decided to stick with what he knew was a winning design and doubled the power of his beloved AC15. To accommodate the increased power of this amplifier, Denney saw it fit to expand the dimensions of the amplifier’s cabinet and add an additional speaker. The resulting amplifier was dubbed the AC30/4 Twin. Boasting 30 watts, two 12” Celestion speakers, four inputs, and two channels – Normal and Vibrato, the AC30/4 Twin was a hit amongst Rock ‘n’ Rollers in London, and quickly established VOX as the most desired amplifier in all of Britain. In July of 1962 two young lads from Liverpool would acquire their very first VOX amplifiers, an AC15 Twin and a Top Boost equipped AC30 Twin. Later that year, the group would emerge from the studio with a song called “Love Me Do” and change the world of popular music forever. The unforgettable sound of their jangling guitars would become the standard for great guitar tone for decades. This song, and the frenzy that was to follow this young group in the months to come, would result in VOX becoming the most sought after guitar amplifier in the world. The massive success achieved by VOX in the 1960s laid the foundation for the legacy that continues to thrive nearly 60 years later. Many of the same amplifiers that artists relied on back then are still going strong today. Amplifiers like the AC4, AC15, and AC30 are still the most popular VOX products amongst guitarists seeking that classic chime. Source: Wikipedia, voxamps.com


Warwick BC20

1x12 Bass Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Koch 4x12 Cabinet

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER:Andreas Morén


Razer Sieren Pro

Professional-Grade HD Studio Sound USB Digital Microphone. OWNER:Alexander Pettersson


Torque 1x12 Bass Cabinet

1x12 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen We recorded this component at Rocksta Sound Ranch. To maintain a level of quality that has been associated with the Torque trademark for many years, each amplifier is rigorously monitored, including complete testing of all its functions. Using special equipment for testing and critical approach to sound, the products are strictly checked for exact compliance with all sound quality parameters of the declared specification. No less stringent requirements are placed on the components of acoustic systems and cabinets to ensure that the finished product corresponds to the design parameters. Currently, a new (installation) line of powerful Torque speaker systems is being designed for professional use. Engineers from Russia, Italy, Germany, and England are involved in this work. Their task is to create acoustic systems taking into account the recommendations and requests of all potential users and consumers that meet all the stringent requirements for products of this class today. Source: Torque.ru


Växhuset SM57

Basic SM57 found in ABF musikcafé


Yorkville Stage 120B Combo

1x15 Bass Combo OWNER: Musikshopen Yorkville Sound is a manufacturer of audio amplifiers (including the Traynor amplifier line), loudspeakers and related professional sound reinforcement equipment. Based in Pickering, Ontario, Canada, the firm has a global presence as an importer and exporter of audio electronic products. Yorkville manages its original Traynor brand, its own Yorkville brand and has expanded to include other brands such as Apex and ART (Applied Research and Technology). Yorkville provides North American distribution for Hughes & Kettner guitar amplifiers as well as exclusive distribution for Epiphone guitars, Gibson guitars, Garrison guitars, Ritter bags], beyerdynamic microphones and Gallien-Krueger amplifiers. Founded in the back room of the original Long & McQuade Music store in downtown Toronto in 1963, co-founder Peter Traynor, a repairman at the time, developed a bass guitar amplifier dubbed the \"Traynor Dyna-Bass\" as a rugged and reliable alternative to amps currently available at the time. The Dyna-Bass amp was specifically designed and built to withstand the rigors of rentals and the road. Shortly thereafter, he and Jack Long officially started Yorkville Sound, and by the end of 1963 Yorkville was making P/A column speakers as well as bass amps and cabinets. After incorporating in 1965, Yorkville Sound expanded its sales into the USA and soon after added a guitar amplifier (the YGA-1) and a powered P/A mixer (the YVM-1) to the line. Throughout the 1960's Yorkville continued to grow and become a serious force in North America for P/A and instrument amplification products. In 1972 Yorkville expanded distribution into Europe with representation in the UK and Sweden. Growth continued in various phases through the 1970's and early 1980's, when the Yorkville design lab had an influx of new blood. In 1986, Yorkville introduced élite speaker cabinets and AudioPro mixing consoles which proved to be incredibly successful, pumping new life into the company. Since 1986 Yorkville has become even stronger. The addition of the AudioPro amplifier series in 1987, the continued growth and refinement of the élite series speaker systems, the addition of the TX-Series concert loudspeakers in 1996, and new up-to-date versions of the AudioPro powered mixers helped bring Yorkville to its present day prominence. In 1999, Yorkville Sound purchased Applied Research and Technology (ART), based in Rochester New York and continues the development, manufacture and distribution of products under that brand. The re-introduction of Traynor all-tube guitar and bass amps was witnessed in Spring 2000, beginning with the Custom Valve40 and expanding exponentially over the next decade. Most recently new releases include the Traynor DarkHorse and IronHorse heads and cabinets, the reissue of the highly sought after hand wired Traynor YGM3 guitar amp, and most recently the introduction of the Traynor YBA300 300-watt all tube bass head. Source: Wikipedia, yorkville.com


Växhuset MXL Cube

Cardioid kick drum mic. Something is wrong with this particular mic so it does not handle drum recording.


SM57 Edge

Dynamic Cardioid Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


SE4400a

Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone OWNER:<a href="https://www.musikshopen.com/" title="Musikshopen" target="_blank">Musikshopen</a>


SE Electronics X1A

Large Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone OWNER:Rasmus Hamrin


Kustom Shanute Kansas 1-15B

1x15 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen Kustom Amplification or Kustom Electronics is a manufacturer of guitar and bass amplifiers and PA equipment and accessories. Since 1999, Kustom has been owned by the Hanser Music Group headquartered in Hebron, Kentucky, which also owns Michael Kelly Guitars, B.C. Rich Guitars, Traben Bass Company, Spector Bass, Diezel Amplification, and Premier Percussion. Artists using Kustom products in the 1960s and '70s spanned a wide stylistic range from Rock (Creedence Clearwater Revival, Leon Russell, The MC5) to Country (Johnny Cash) to Pop (The Jackson 5, the Carpenters) to R&B (James Jamerson) and Jazz (Herbie Hancock). There are many reasons for this wide acceptance: higher power levels than the competition, product reliability, the visual flair and innovative features that other companies simply didn't offer. Source: Wikipedia, Kustom.com


Røde NT1-A

Cardioid Condenser Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


TSM MT84

Ribbon Microphone OWNER:Andreas Morén


Trace Elliot 1248H

4x12 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen Trace Elliot is a United Kingdom-based bass amplification manufacturer, and has a sub-brand, Trace Acoustic, for acoustic instruments. In 1979, a music shop in Romford, Essex, UK, called Soundwave was building and hiring out PA systems to local musicians. It soon became apparent that some of this equipment was not being used simply as PA but instead was being used by bass players, who for so long had to put up with under-powered amplification that was often merely a guitar amplifier with a modified tone circuit. The Soundwave owner, Fred Friedlein, and staff which included Alan Morgan (sales) and Stuart Watson (design engineer) realised the potential market and developed a range of products that incorporated MOSFET output stages driving large cabinets, including 15” drivers, and also the world's first bass-dedicated 4 x 10” cabinet, now an industry standard for all bass amp lines. Source: Wikipedia


Ashdown - MAG 410 T Deep

4x10 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen Ashdown Engineering is a British manufacturer of instrument amplifiers, particularly for bass and acoustic guitars. The company was founded in 1997 by Mark Gooday, a chief engineer and managing director at Trace Elliot. When Gooday was let go by Trace Elliot's then parent company, Kaman, and prior to Kaman closing the doors to the UK distribution and factory facilities, he had been planning to start his own company. The company was named 'Ashdown' after Gooday's wife's family name, and the logo was constructed from this, his passion for cars and the Austin-Healey motor badge. Besides bass amplifiers and cabinets, the company makes effect pedals for bass players. Initially focusing on bass guitarists, in 2001 the company introduced a line of guitar amplifiers (50W and 100W stacks and combos) called Peacemaker. Later, more affordable models in 20W and 40W were added, with cheaper PCB technology. Ashdown have gone on to produce hand-wired amplifiers, and set up a separate company for this, called Hayden. Source: Wikipedia


Razer Sieren Pro

Professional-Grade HD Studio Sound USB Digital Microphone. OWNER:Alexander Pettersson


Bugera V55 Infinium

1x12 Guitar Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Fender Twin Reverb 2x12

2x12 Guitar Combo OWNER:Robert Holm


T-Bone BD300

Dynamic Bass Drum Microphone OWNER:<a href="https://www.musikshopen.com/" title="Musikshopen" target="_blank">Musikshopen</a>


Crate GFX 212

2x12 Guitar Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Marshall JVM 205C

2x12 Guitar Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


SM57 Off Axis

Dynamic Cardioid Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Ashdown ABM BP1510

1x15+2x10 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen Ashdown Engineering is a British manufacturer of instrument amplifiers, particularly for bass and acoustic guitars. The company was founded in 1997 by Mark Gooday, a chief engineer and managing director at Trace Elliot. When Gooday was let go by Trace Elliot's then parent company, Kaman, and prior to Kaman closing the doors to the UK distribution and factory facilities, he had been planning to start his own company. The company was named 'Ashdown' after Gooday's wife's family name, and the logo was constructed from this, his passion for cars and the Austin-Healey motor badge. Besides bass amplifiers and cabinets, the company makes effect pedals for bass players. Initially focusing on bass guitarists, in 2001 the company introduced a line of guitar amplifiers (50W and 100W stacks and combos) called Peacemaker. Later, more affordable models in 20W and 40W were added, with cheaper PCB technology. Ashdown have gone on to produce hand-wired amplifiers, and set up a separate company for this, called Hayden. Source: Wikipedia


Mesa Dual Rectifier

100W Guitar Amplifier OWNER: Jörgen Kristensen Mesa/Boogie (also known as Mesa Engineering) is an American company in Petaluma, California, that manufactures amplifiers for guitars and basses. It has been in operation since 1969. MESA was started by Randall Smith as a small repair shop which modified Fender Amplifiers, particularly the diminutive Fender Princeton. Smith's modifications gave the small amps much more input gain, making them much louder as well as creating a high-gain, distorted guitar tone. Prominent early customers included Carlos Santana, and Ron Wood and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones. Exposure from these top players helped to establish Mesa/Boogie's position on the market, and it is frequently referred to as the first manufacturer of boutique amplifiers. Originally introduced in 1992. The line-up began as the Dual Rectifier series of amps, which included the Solo, Heartbreaker, Maverick, and Blue Angel*. All amps in the series, except for the Blue Angel had two forms of electrical rectification (conversion of power from AC to DC): Silicon diodes and one or more vacuum tube(s) that the user could select via a switch located on the back panel of the amplifier (hence the name "Dual Rectifier"). While the Heartbreaker and Maverick used only one 5AR4 tube rectifier, the Solo employed two 5U4G tubes. This distinction engendered the misconception that the name Dual Rectifier was derived from this amp; the Solo's popularity only reinforced this misconception. Future designs would further contradict and confuse the line's namesake. * The Blue Angel was designed with only a vacuum tube rectifier but retained the Dual Rectifier designation. In short order, Randall Smith ceased production of the other Dual Rectifier amps and concentrated on producing different configurations of the Solo, which became the Dual Rectifier. Source: Wikipedia


Ampeg Classic 215

2x15 Bass Cabinet OWNER:<a href="https://www.musikshopen.com/" title="Musikshopen" target="_blank">Musikshopen</a>


Line6 Spider III

1x12 Guitar Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


EBS Gorm ET350

2x10 Bass Combo OWNER: Musikshopen EBS Sweden AB is a manufacturer of bass amplifiers and other bassist equipment. It was founded in 1988 and is based in the Stockholm district of Bromma. The product portfolio of EBS Sweden AG includes tube and transistor amplifiers, bass boxes, combo amplifiers, floor effect devices and corresponding accessories. The company was founded by current CEO Bo Engberg and Technical Director Mats Kristoffersson. EBS launched its first product, the EBS-1 rack mounted bass preamp, in 1988. This marked the advent of this new high-end bass amp manufacturer dedicated to making the best bass equipment available. The EBS-1 bass preamp saw the light of day in the EBS basement facilities in central Stockholm. Bo and Mats took the preamp to the Frankfurt Musik Messe, in hope of making the music world realize that they were on to something really good for bassists. And luckily enough they ran into an American gentleman in a cowboy hat, Hershel Blankenship, who ran an exclusive business in L.A. working with prominent concert and recording artists on the American West Coast as clients. Through Blankenship, the first three EBS bass preamps were delivered to three excellent bassists: Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Jimmy Earl (Chick Corea Band), and Billy Talbot (Neil Young & Crazy Horse). Several well known Nordic bassists soon joined the EBS roster: John Leven of US chart toppers Europe (“The Final Countdown”), emerging fusion star Jonas Hellborg, where among the most well-known to the international public in the beginning. In 1990 EBS added power amps and speaker cabinets and the company continued to grow. The first EBS pedal, the OctaBass, was launched in 1993 and has now become a classic effect pedal for bass.


Peavey EX412

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER:Thom Kajava


Mesa Traditional 4x12

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER:Jörgen Kristensen


FBT 250

1x12 Bass Combo OWNER: Musikshopen *info to be added soon*


Marshall MF280B

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER:Carl Gustavsson


AKG D11L HL

Dynamic Directional Microphone OWNER:Musikshoppen


Behringer B5 Right

Medium Diaphragm Condenser Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Sennheiser E906

Cardioid Instrument Microphone OWNER:Rasmus Hamrin


Shure Beta 91A

Half-Cardioid Condenser Microphone OWNER:Andreas Morén


SM57 Cone

Dynamic Cardioid Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


SM7B

Dynamic Studio Microphone OWNER:Thom Kajava


Peavey 115BXBW

1x15 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Musikshopen The Peavey 5150 is an all-tube guitar amplifier made by Peavey Electronics from 1992 on, initially as a signature model for Eddie Van Halen. Since Van Halen and Peavey parted ways in 2004, the name of the model was changed to Peavey 6505, with Van Halen taking the 5150 name for his company, EVH, to name his 5150 III amplifier. The 6505 was named in celebration of Peavey's 40th anniversary (1965–2005). Several aspects of the amplifier, likely responsible for its success, are its rigid construction and reliability, excellent frequency response (largely attributable to the vacuum tube amplification), and clarity with heavy gain, a feature generally synonymous with the amplifier's image in its market demographic. The amplifier's design begun in 1990 and it became a flagship project for Peavey and for then lead engineer James Brown (who has since founded Amptweaker), lasting for about 13 years, comprising the 5150 and 5150 II, until 2004. While the product was designed around a centered printed circuit board (PCB), an aspect sometimes considered "impure" among audiophiles, its cascading five preamps (actually four preamplifiers and one phase inverter) and four tube amplifiers were implemented in a very simple manner. This design and implementation allowed the individual components to carry themselves (such as by placing the transformer so as to ensure acoustical integrity by minimizing transconductance), in addition to commonizing the system's ground by way of a multilayer PCB, thereby avoiding a large source of unwanted nuances in most poorly grounded musical applications. The Peavey 5150 I shipped with four Sylvania 6L6 Power Tubes, later with Ruby Tube 6L6 Power Tubes,when Peavey's Sylvania supply was exhausted ( as per James Brown, "Tone-Talk", Ep. 17), and five 12AX7 Tubes in the preamplifier staging (with one as a phase inverter.) Despite its shared "plain" PCB, each component was generally high quality, allowing manufacturing ease while providing high quality tone at an affordable price. A defining attribute largely responsible for the 5150 sound is the fixed bias. Commonly described as an analog to a car engine and its respective idle, the 5150 bias was set to a lower value (lower engine "idle") which resulted in the Power Tubes running at a lower energy commonly known as "cold-biased." While the electrical theory behind this can easily be examined and theoreticized, the 5150 and its configuration resulted in a more controllable gain setting (i.e. having a more forgiving sonic range than similarly "hot-biased" configurations. This engineering choice set the 5150 up to intrinsically sound its best with minimal augmentation. Since tube-amps are still uncontested in music amplification as far as tonal quality is concerned, (see hard-clipping) the optimal setting for tubes are when they are pushed to natural distortion (i.e. Increases in "volume" or Bells(dB).) Thus, by allowing such a heavy amount of gain to be applied without sacrificing tonal definition, the amplifier could then be pushed due to the "colder" biasing requiring more current, versus a "hotter" setting from the beginning (volume knob or potentiometer knob "value of 1.") While able to stand among modern technology as a relatively "simple" design, especially in comparison to boutique "hand-wired" variants, the reliability and era its inception welcomed helped verify its cultural significance in Hard Rock, later Metal, as a unique product with a unique tone. Both the 5150 and the 6505 are well known for its high gain overdrive channel, and has seen widespread use by rock, hardcore and metal guitarists. An early breakthrough was its use by Colin Richardson and Andy Sneap, two "seminal" British producers of heavy metal; especially Machine Head's Burn My Eyes (1994) helped the 5150 gain a reputation for its sound, which "defined a generation of guitar tone". Other notable artists and producers to use the 5150/6505 include Jason Suecof, Matt Tuck and Dino Cazares. Source: Wikipedia


Gallien Krueger GK 250ML

2x4 Combo OWNER:Nicklas Ekman


Soundwoofer mobile power stage 170

We mainly use this power amp when recording cabinets on the go


SM57 On Axis

Dynamic Cardioid Microphone OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Mesa Powerhouse 8x10

8x10 Bass Cabinet OWNER: Andreas Sjöstedt Mesa/Boogie (also known as Mesa Engineering) is an American company in Petaluma, California, that manufactures amplifiers for guitars and basses. It has been in operation since 1969. MESA was started by Randall Smith as a small repair shop which modified Fender Amplifiers, particularly the diminutive Fender Princeton. Smith's modifications gave the small amps much more input gain, making them much louder as well as creating a high-gain, distorted guitar tone. Prominent early customers included Carlos Santana, and Ron Wood and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones. Exposure from these top players helped to establish Mesa/Boogie's position on the market, and it is frequently referred to as the first manufacturer of boutique amplifiers. Originally introduced in 1992. Chambered Construction - The Traditional 8x10 cabinets utilize a classic, sealed and chambered design that provides emphasis on focused low-mid punch while still maintaining balance, detail, and clarity across the rest of the frequency range. Combined with the highest quality, void-free Marine Grade Baltic Birch and custom Eminence speakers. SPEAKON Connectors - Convenient Inputs and Paralleled Outputs are provided for via "combination" connectors that feature both standard ¼-inch AND locking SPEAKON high-current connections contained within the same connector. Tilt & Roll Transport System - Provides built-in, hand truck portability with rollerblade-style wheels and rear glide rail protection and heavy-duty metal kickplate. Source: Wikipedia, mesaboogie.com


Bandit 112

1x12 Guitar Combo OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


TSM MT184S

Small Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone OWNER:Andreas Morén


Peavey 6505

120W Guitar Amplifier OWNER: Carl Gustavsson The Peavey 5150 is an all-tube guitar amplifier made by Peavey Electronics from 1992 on, initially as a signature model for Eddie Van Halen. Since Van Halen and Peavey parted ways in 2004, the name of the model was changed to Peavey 6505, with Van Halen taking the 5150 name for his company, EVH, to name his 5150 III amplifier. The 6505 was named in celebration of Peavey's 40th anniversary (1965–2005). Several aspects of the amplifier, likely responsible for its success, are its rigid construction and reliability, excellent frequency response (largely attributable to the vacuum tube amplification), and clarity with heavy gain, a feature generally synonymous with the amplifier's image in its market demographic. The amplifier's design begun in 1990 and it became a flagship project for Peavey and for then lead engineer James Brown (who has since founded Amptweaker), lasting for about 13 years, comprising the 5150 and 5150 II, until 2004. While the product was designed around a centered printed circuit board (PCB), an aspect sometimes considered "impure" among audiophiles, its cascading five preamps (actually four preamplifiers and one phase inverter) and four tube amplifiers were implemented in a very simple manner. This design and implementation allowed the individual components to carry themselves (such as by placing the transformer so as to ensure acoustical integrity by minimizing transconductance), in addition to commonizing the system's ground by way of a multilayer PCB, thereby avoiding a large source of unwanted nuances in most poorly grounded musical applications. The Peavey 5150 I shipped with four Sylvania 6L6 Power Tubes, later with Ruby Tube 6L6 Power Tubes,when Peavey's Sylvania supply was exhausted ( as per James Brown, "Tone-Talk", Ep. 17), and five 12AX7 Tubes in the preamplifier staging (with one as a phase inverter.) Despite its shared "plain" PCB, each component was generally high quality, allowing manufacturing ease while providing high quality tone at an affordable price. A defining attribute largely responsible for the 5150 sound is the fixed bias. Commonly described as an analog to a car engine and its respective idle, the 5150 bias was set to a lower value (lower engine "idle") which resulted in the Power Tubes running at a lower energy commonly known as "cold-biased." While the electrical theory behind this can easily be examined and theoreticized, the 5150 and its configuration resulted in a more controllable gain setting (i.e. having a more forgiving sonic range than similarly "hot-biased" configurations. This engineering choice set the 5150 up to intrinsically sound its best with minimal augmentation. Since tube-amps are still uncontested in music amplification as far as tonal quality is concerned, (see hard-clipping) the optimal setting for tubes are when they are pushed to natural distortion (i.e. Increases in "volume" or Bells(dB).) Thus, by allowing such a heavy amount of gain to be applied without sacrificing tonal definition, the amplifier could then be pushed due to the "colder" biasing requiring more current, versus a "hotter" setting from the beginning (volume knob or potentiometer knob "value of 1.") While able to stand among modern technology as a relatively "simple" design, especially in comparison to boutique "hand-wired" variants, the reliability and era its inception welcomed helped verify its cultural significance in Hard Rock, later Metal, as a unique product with a unique tone. Both the 5150 and the 6505 are well known for its high gain overdrive channel, and has seen widespread use by rock, hardcore and metal guitarists. An early breakthrough was its use by Colin Richardson and Andy Sneap, two "seminal" British producers of heavy metal; especially Machine Head's Burn My Eyes (1994) helped the 5150 gain a reputation for its sound, which "defined a generation of guitar tone". Other notable artists and producers to use the 5150/6505 include Jason Suecof, Matt Tuck and Dino Cazares. Source: Wikipedia


Harley Benton GPA 400

Power Amplifier OWNER:<a href="http://rockstasoundranch.com/" title="Rocksta Sound Ranch" target="_blank">Rocksta Sound Ranch</a>


Custom Built 4x12

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER:Tom Ohlsson