Home Studio for sale.....I'm done

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Home Studio for sale.....I'm done

Post by GCMan » Tue May 23, 2006 4:29 pm

I'm done with recording shit bands/people, with shit tone, and shit for brains.

Here's the list of what's up for sale:

Pics can be viewed here of items for sale

http://community.webshots.com/album/550720369fCqJbe

Jrob9913@yahoo.com


Digi002 Rack with replacement power harness - $800.00

Behringer ADA800 - 8 ch I/O preamamp with lightpipe and word-clock - SOLD
Universal Audio LA-610 - $950.00

Yamaha PM1000 16 ch Board great condition- $800 no shipping

AEA R92 Ribbon Mic - $685.00

Shure Ksm44 Multi-patern condenser with case - $475.00

Pair of SE Electronics 2200A Condenser - SOLD
http://www.seelectronics.com

Pair of Se Electronics pencil Condensers - $175.00

Studio Projects T1 Tube Condenser w/case and power supply - $175.00

Shure Beta 52 - $125.00

Shure SM57 - SOLD

Audix I5 - $75.00

Behringer 4ch Headphone Amp - $50.00

Furman Power Conditioner w/meter $85.00

SKB 8SP Rack - $65.00

Vox ACC30 with road case -$950.00

Fender 60's Reissue Classic Strat Sunburst MIM with case - $425

Carvin tweed 2x12 open back cab $150.00

Fender 5 string Jazz bass active MIM with good size paint chip - $200.00
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Post by Rigsby » Wed May 24, 2006 12:22 am

Seriously, are you sure you're not going to regret this?

Just a thought, i'm sure you've considered it, but still..
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Post by alschnier » Wed May 24, 2006 7:39 am

don't do it. sleep on it. record something fun. record something for yourself.

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Post by GCMan » Wed May 24, 2006 2:37 pm

haha......yea I've thought about it. I worked and still have the option of working in a studio that has a Studer 827, SSL, tons or pre's and all the vintage mics you could ever need. So I would rather spend my time there instead of wondering what everything I record would sound like on a 2" and mixed through an SSL with vintage La2a's, 1176's, Neve 3360's, Pultec's, and a real plate reverb and then boucned to a Studer A80.

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Post by renglish5 » Wed May 24, 2006 4:06 pm

i am interested in the AC30 and the strat( is the strat American?? And where you located....Maybe mics as well)you are sure about this? you seem to have alot of cool stuff- seems to me that you may just be frustrated...Just a thought- let me know. Be Blessed

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Post by GCMan » Wed May 24, 2006 4:27 pm

I'm located in Detroit

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Re: Home Studio for sale.....I'm done

Post by Leopold » Wed May 24, 2006 7:10 pm

GCMan wrote: Pair of Se Electronics pencil Condensers - $175.00
How do these sound compared to AKG 451 w/ck1 caps and Oktava MC012s?

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Re: Home Studio for sale.....I'm done

Post by Rigsby » Wed May 24, 2006 10:39 pm

Leopold wrote:
GCMan wrote: Pair of Se Electronics pencil Condensers - $175.00
How do these sound compared to AKG 451 w/ck1 caps and Oktava MC012s?

Eddie
They're way less smooth and rounded than 451s imo, slightly brittle sounding. Sorry GC if that ruins a sale.
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Post by Chris_Avakian » Thu May 25, 2006 12:04 am

good luck to you, man. hope its for the best.

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Re: Home Studio for sale.....I'm done

Post by joelpatterson » Sat May 27, 2006 9:59 am

Rigsby wrote:
Leopold wrote:
GCMan wrote: Pair of Se Electronics pencil Condensers - $175.00
How do these sound compared to AKG 451 w/ck1 caps and Oktava MC012s?

Eddie
They're way less smooth and rounded than 451s imo, slightly brittle sounding. Sorry GC if that ruins a sale.
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Post by GCMan » Sat May 27, 2006 12:51 pm

You win some you lose some. The price and product is really what you're looking at here. For people who have $300-400 to spend on one pencil condenser sure the 451 might be a good choice. These mics arefor the home studio guy looking for a matched pair of pencil condensers that will hold their own with a decent price tag.

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Post by renglish5 » Sun May 28, 2006 1:53 pm

i do want the amp, lets work sumthin out- call me (Robert) 407 399 2480

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Post by Rigsby » Sun May 28, 2006 10:06 pm

GCMan wrote:You win some you lose some. The price and product is really what you're looking at here. For people who have $300-400 to spend on one pencil condenser sure the 451 might be a good choice. These mics arefor the home studio guy looking for a matched pair of pencil condensers that will hold their own with a decent price tag.
Totally, the price is obviously way lower than for a pair of 451s.
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Post by Leopold » Sun May 28, 2006 11:55 pm

Rigsby wrote:
GCMan wrote:You win some you lose some. The price and product is really what you're looking at here. For people who have $300-400 to spend on one pencil condenser sure the 451 might be a good choice. These mics arefor the home studio guy looking for a matched pair of pencil condensers that will hold their own with a decent price tag.
Totally, the price is obviously way lower than for a pair of 451s.
Well I have both the 451s and mc012 that's why I was curious. But it seems like 012s are going up in price now and maybe more things like these SE mics or Behringers willl fill the under $100 range.

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Post by Rigsby » Mon May 29, 2006 12:12 am

Sure, the SEs are fine for the price bracket, i'd put them above the behringer SDCs i've tried, can get a little crispy sounding, especially when close micing.
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