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Gretsch Blond Maple 6.5/14 16lug uit '74

DALLIANCE is a bandproject of frontwoman Sophie Driebeek. An atmosphere that is translated in her intriguing live performance and the music of the band.
Melodramatic Indie with striking melodic leaps and dissonances in the vocals. Sophie’s airy and warm sound colours pleasantly within the bands arrangements. Electronic drum pads, present electric guitars with lots of reverb and dreamy keyboards on a driving rhythm section with a highly repetitive character within the songs. 
Dalliance enchants and seduces "

Drums: Overheads Coles 4038 (ribbon mics) Ambience Neumann M49 (vintage tube mics) Toms Sennheiser md421 Snare Sennheiser MD441 Kick  re20 / AEA (ribbon mic)

 

Chakuza - Wien



Chakuza - Wien

Chakuza - Wien

3 days in the studio with Chakuza

 

FRIARS - Chemistry



FRIARS - "Chemistry" (Official Video)

FRIARS - Chemistry

New Gear: Fender '63 Tube Reverb



Effect Lesson Fender Tube Reverb Tank Unit with Jazzmaster

The famous all-tube Fender Reverb unit has been a staple of virtually every surf performance and recording since the early ’60s; blues and experimental players love it too. The reissue ’63 Fender Tube Reverb can be used with any amp, with features including one Groove Tubes® 6V6, one 12AX7 preamp tube, one 12AT7 tube, on-off footswitch and controls for dwell, mix and tone.

Tim Finoulst / Gitaar

Martijn Vanbuel / Bas

Daniel Jonkers / Drums

 

Drums: Overheads / Neumann M49 (vintage tube mics) Toms / Sennheiser md421 Snare / Sennheiser MD441 Kick / AEA (ribbon mic) Contrabas: Telefunken U47 (vintage tube mic) / Coles 4038 (ribbon mic) Gitaar: Royer r121 (ribbon mic) / Neumann km 64 (vintage tube mics)

Drums: Overheads Coles 4038 (ribbon mics) Ambience Neumann M49 (vintage tube mics) Toms Sennheiser md421 Snare Sennheiser MD441 Kick  re20 / AEA (ribbon mic)

NIENKE LOHUIS & FORTHELOVEOFBASS - Aiming



NIENKE LOHUIS & FORTHELOVEOFBASS - Aiming

As a musician and bass player, my greatest desire is to connect and communicate. In my opinion the best way to do this, is to play a good song. So, I’ve always been slightly envious of piano and guitar players. When a vocalist and instrumentalist perform a song together, there is an intimate connection. And this is something I’ve always wanted. But it has not been enough to make me abandon my main instrument: the bass guitar. 

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