Weapons of Mass Construction

Weapons of Mass Construction

Teardrops from Heaven

Guitars (l to r)
– ’96 Fender JG26SCE acoustic (on the couch)
– ’63 Stratocaster, finish by Strings & Thing of Memphis in ’71, early Schecter pickup at bridge
– Mid-60s Teisco E-112
– ’69 SG Special with original hangtag. (original owner)
– Early 80s Roland G202 synth guitar
– ’03 American Deluxe Strat (on the couch)
Amps (l to r)
– ’64 Fender Super Reverb
– ’65 Univox U305R with original 15″ Jensen. Original Owner. Still have original hangtag, but not shown.
– ’63 Custom Kraft Fireball, model 600
– (behind) 4 x 10 cabinet loaded with late 60s Emminence
Effects (roughly l to r)
– Ibanez DM100 Digital Delay (on top of the Super)
– Late ’60s Maestro Phaser PS1a with original vinyl case, owner’s manual, and warranty card.
– ’80s Ibanez Delay
– ’90s Rocktron Hush Pedal
– ’80s Boss Chorus CE3
– ’80s Westbury Tube Distortion W20
– ’80s ProCo RAT
– ’80s Boss Compressor
– Mid ’70s ElectroHarmonix Clone Theory
– ’80s Pearl Chorus Ensemble CE22
– ’60s Apollo Surf/Tornado/Siren/Volume/Wah
– ’80s Korg Foot Balancer
– ’80s Roland GS300 Guitar Synth
– ’80s Roland GR100 Guitar Synth
– ’80s Roland US2 A/B Switch
– ’71 Univox EC80 Echo Chamber. (on top of the 4 x 10, original owner)
– Late ’70s Multivox Chorus (on top of the 4 x 10)
– ’80s Roland GM70 MIDI Converter (on top of the 4 x 10)
– Unknown Vintage DeArmond Contact Pickup, possibly for an upright bass. (on top of the Fireball)

The Choir
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