"The electrics are sent to a Framptone amp switcher, which splits the signal off to four different paths. One route goes to a MESA/Boogie amp switcher that selects between a MESA/Boogie Mark IV rackmounted head powering a Hammond 147 Leslie (modified), or a MESA/Boogie Rectifier preamp. The preamp sends its signal to a pair of Digital Music dual stereo line mixers, which blend in the effects: a TC Electronic 2290 delay, TC Electronic 1210 chorus, Eventide Eclipse, dbx 1066 compressor, Ernie Ball volume pedal, Mu-Tron octaver, Foxx Tone distortion, Ampeg overdrive, and Korg DL8000 delay."more
Favorite piece of gear: "My Mesa/Boogie Mark lV, which l've had for about 20 years, lt took me a long time to handle it the right way, because subtle changes in how you set the controls can make a big difference. But it's really rewarding in the end and more unique sounding than a lot of what's out there."more
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