I have had a lot of great equipment over the years, but it always seems to end up getting stolen or sold to pay the rent. Here’s what I have at the moment (although I am thinking of selling a few items).


Macbook 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4 GB Ram OSX 10.5.8

Presonus Firebox

Line 6 Toneport

M-Audio 49e Keyboard

Tascam Portastudio

Zoom Digital 8 track

MXL 007 USB mic

MXL V63 Condensor mic

Shure 57 mic’s

and some others that I can’t remember since I rarely use them


Logic Studio 9

Logic Express 8

Garageband 8


EZ Drummer

Ocean Way Drums

Gleetchlab 2.2

Audio Hijack Pro

Line 6 Podfarm


As for plug-ins, I have a ton of stuff that I use. I am always searching for new reverbs, delays, and distortion plugs.


Fender Rhodes Mark V

Casio CZ-1

Roland JX3P




Bliptronic 5000


Fender Telecaster

Ibanez Artcore

Harmony Broadway

Kay Acoustic

Epi Acoustic

Homemade Banjo

Yamaha Nylon String

Crappy Ibanez Bass

Epiphone Valve Amp

Alamo Amp

Assorted vintage guitar pedals, toy guitars and other instruments, percussion, cheap casio type keyboards, tape decks, ratshack reverb, organs, mismatched drums, broken cymbals, etc….


4 responses

  1. Dana Wright

    Hi, I’m in a similar situation as you. After years of gigging, various bands, etc, I’ve decided to get into home recording. In May 09′ I sold a bunch of guitars, pedals, and various music equipment and bought a 15″ Macbook Pro and Logic Studio 9. After 8 months I have about a dozen half finished songs. It’s a long, slow, painful process, but I’m getting there…albiet slowly. Good luck with your projects. I hope we both find success with Logic.

    02/02/2010 at 09:06

    • rabbitearsmotel

      it’s fun though; used to wish I had paid attention to the whole process when I had recorded in studio’s (instead of sitting on the couch asking them to turn on “the big speakers”), but now I have something to do. it’s going to take forever to learn how to do this properly, so looks like I have a lifetime of fun ahead of me. good luck with your stuff as well. got any links to some music you’ve done?

      02/02/2010 at 09:21

  2. Dana Wright

    Hi, not yet. I don’t even have a decent website up yet. I like yours, how hard was it setting it up on WordPress. Are you happy with it? How difficult is it to maintain?

    02/02/2010 at 09:29

    • rabbitearsmotel

      wordpress was really easy and cheap too. the only thing I had to pay for was space to put the music (i think it’s like $20 a year). you basically get a template from them and then tweak it to your liking. let me know when you get something up.

      02/02/2010 at 11:19

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