Home Studio Registry

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The purpose of the Guitar Nine' Home Studio Registry is to allow owners and users of home/project studios to communicate with other musicians who are doing similar projects and work.

Name Primary usesort ascending Secondary use Guitars Site
Mark Easparro Jamming/Fun Demos Martin d28, HD35, ovation 12 elite string
Al Reyes Jamming/Fun Commercial work Guild jf30 'coustic ; custom flying V ; custom "batwing" ; ovation 12 string ; epiphone 'coustic; epiphone SG
AnDray Strickland Jamming/Fun Demos None
Will Thomas Jamming/Fun Jamming/Fun
Andreas Zarbock Jamming/Fun Demos
Dave Zobel Jamming/Fun Composition Charvel Dinky, Fernandez Function, Roland-Ready Standard Strat Yes
Gregory Moore Jamming/Fun Composition Gibson LP Studio, Ibanez S470, Yamaha Pacifica, Martin DXK2...
David Brogden Jamming/Fun Composition Ibanez RG series, Gibson SG, Rhino (inknown brand but rocks like hell!) Yes
Regis Coyne Jamming/Fun Recording 1960 Strat, Mexi 60s Strat, 80s Westone electric, 67 Gibson B25 acoustic
Stephen Joynson Jamming/Fun Other 1. Epiphone Les Paul Standard in Black. 2. Gibson Flying V '67 model. Made 1979. Black with white scratchplate. Good for those Schenker moments. 3. Jim Harley 'strat' style in white, Floyd-Rose licensed locking tremelo, humbucker in treble position plus two single coil in usual places. All pickups have individual on/off. One volume and one tone knob. This is my knockabout as my Gibson was getting knocked about! Recently restrung with Elixir. (Currently on loan to friend) 4. Fender JP90 Bass. What can I say. Just surf for it. 5. Hondo six-string acoustic. 6. I gave my Washburn G-Junior to my cousin's son. He's flogged it and bought another. Woul'd have had it back! Yes
Glenn Lane Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal
Al Criegern Jamming/Fun Composition 84 Les Paul, 83 Strat and 69 Hagstrom.
Balazs Bakonyvari Jamming/Fun
Dermot Sinnott Jamming/Fun Recording
Scott Crowley Jamming/Fun Jamming/Fun Yari 6/12; Strat w Jeff Beck humbucker cancellation config but with lace sensors; SG; Classical; mandolin; 5 string custom bass w EMGs Yes
Chris Schurawel Jamming/Fun Demos Fender Stratocaster, Gibson Acoustic Yes
Miles Klima Jamming/Fun Jamming/Fun Carvin 6 string electric, Epiphone Acoustic, Ibanez Acoustic Elec, Fender Affinity Bass, Schecter C1-Plus electric
Michael Stroup Jamming/Fun Composition 2 fender strats 1 ovation clone acoustic
Gary Gipstein Jamming/Fun Demos Yes
Gregory Reid Jamming/Fun Recording Carvin DC400A Yes
Colin Davies Jamming/Fun Composition Ovation acoustic (US), Strat squire (cheep...)
Ryan Adkins Jamming/Fun Recording Sx fender Yes
Gabriel Brooks Jamming/Fun Demos Orlando Violin Bass, Rogue 5 string semi-acoustic, Epiphone Les Paul copy Yes
Bryan Morris Jamming/Fun Composition Ibanez RG, Modded to hell Jap. Fender Strat
Jeremy Roberts Jamming/Fun Jamming/Fun Gibson Les Paul Studio, Fender Strat Classic Floyd Rose Yes
Stephen ball Jamming/Fun Composition Fender strat Krammer pacer peavey bass
Glen Marshall Jamming/Fun Composition Martin D18, Gibson Less Paul, custom MIDI-ized strat-style Yes
Bruce Boykin Jamming/Fun Demos '98 Big Apple Strat, MIM Strat, Danelectro U2, Fender Am. Deluxe P-Bass, Gibson RD Standard Bass, MIM Jazz Bass Yes
Karl Hecky Jamming/Fun Demos Alvarez acoustic 6 string, Les Paul deluxe, Takamine 6 string, Yes
Eric Headlee Jamming/Fun Other 1974 Fender Mustang (Electric) and a late 80's Alverez (acoustic) Yes
Pieter Cooreman Jamming/Fun Acoustic guitar Seagull Ibanez Blaze Electric Guitar Ibanez RX200 Bass Guitar
Julian Herring Jamming/Fun Recording Ibanez RG160B Yes
Skyler Lyytinen Jamming/Fun Demos Gibson les paul and fender strats
Patrick Heaslet Jamming/Fun Demos Ibanez RG350DX, Ibanez AX7221GP Seven String, Ibanez Cimar, Abilene Electric, Yamaha RBX170 Electric Bass Yes
Bill Sanner Jamming/Fun Composition Arbor electric guitar, Yamaha acoustic, and Hondo Electric bass, all left handed
Steven DeLong Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal Taylor 314CE Acoustic/Electric Fender California Strat Johnson J-Station w/J8 foot controller Korg Pandora's Box Yes
Cesar Torres Jamming/Fun Demos A few
Andrew Beath Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal Takamine Acoustic, Maton 12-String Acoustic, Fender Electric, Yamaha Classical
Michael Kozeluh Jamming/Fun Jamming/Fun Fender Telecaster, Ibanez Performer 200 (not the accoustic but the Les Paul copy from '78), Squier Telecaster Custom P90, Squier Standard Stratocaster, Ibanez Artcore AFS75T, Gretsch Synchromatic Bo Diddley, Hohner Arbor Precision bass copy, Harley Benton HBB400FTL fretless bass, Nashville accoustic, Fender mandolin
Terry Faust Jamming/Fun Demos Ovation, fender strat, rogue bass
Christian Bengtsson Jamming/Fun Demos Ibanez RG 6, Aria C&W Steelstring Accoustic, Ibanez nylon, Aria Pro II steelstring guitar. Yes
Serdar Yaylali Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal 1-Ibanez Artist 2-Hand Made from Caglayan Orge3-My own handmade 4 - Imitatiton of Fender Jazzbass(Noname)
Miek Thompson Jamming/Fun Recording Yes
Richard Cook Jamming/Fun Composition Les Paul Custom (autographed), ES335, Fender Stratocaster (Lone Star), Gibson Songbird, G&L L2000 Bass
Christian Lujan Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal Jackson Dk2, Peavey Predator, ESP Eclipse
Dave O'Hare Jamming/Fun Recording Fender Riccho (crap) Yes
Cor Lomax Jamming/Fun Demos Ibanez Vintage (acoustic) Ibanez GSA60 (electric) Fender Precision Bass (1973!) Yes
Jeff Dunlap Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal Schecter diamond series and BC Rich Ironbird smashed all my others in shows,,ha ha,nice fender jaguars and strats, Just weren't my feel, plus the chics liked it.ha ha
Paige Huff Jamming/Fun Practice/Rehearsal Gibson custom shop les paul, angus young gibson sg
Denny Ballard Jamming/Fun Commercial work I use a Martin HD28M for acoustic recording. That's a mahogany version of an HD28. I find mahogany is more balanced and works better in recording situations. I had to thin my herd when hard times hit, but things are getting better. I recently bought a Huss and Dalton OOO Custom, all mahogany top, back and sides. For electric projects, I play one of two souped up Fender telecasters. One was built by Joe Barden and has 3 Barden pickups. It's very versatile and I can get just about any sound I want with a little tweaking. The Barden humbuckers have a marvelous tone and there is no hum. The other is a Fender custom shop Baja telecaster. It has a custom Twisted Tele neck pickup and a custom Broadcaster bridge pickup. It's got more twang than the other tele and I'm really beginning to like the sound of it. Yes

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