November 25, 2005

Hard-Core Gear Porn Friday!!! (Mini Vacation Edition)

by Chris Randall
 



Sorry for not having a massive Wall O' Modular today, but I'm on vacation and my priorities are all ass-backwards. However, I picked up the Oberheim Matrix 6 today, so here's a snap of my little guest bedroom keyboard rig I've aquired in my two days in Phoenix. The in-laws are much amused. ("What do you need two keyboards for? Why are they so old? They look all beat up. Don't you want a new keyboard? They have new keyboards at Circuit City." Etc. Etc. Etc.)
 
 
 

5 comments:

 
 

 
Nov.26.2005 @ 5:27 AM
steffensen
sounds like yer having fun over there anyway. :)

a little addition to the gear-porn friday (err..saturday :P):

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Nov.26.2005 @ 5:36 AM
Sean Elliot
did you also buy the cowboy boots in the background?

:-)

 
 

 
Nov.26.2005 @ 9:44 PM
synthetic
So is the Wurlitzer made of unpainted pressboard, or is it covered in cashmere or something?
 
 

 
Nov.26.2005 @ 11:20 PM
Chris Randall
A) The cowboy boots are printed on a pillow. They are a figment of your obviously over-active imagination. Which is not to say there's anything wrong with a Southwest Theme for a guest bedroom or anything. But I draw the line...

B) It's made of real live plywood. There's some sort of wall-paper-like substance covering it. It looks like it looks in the picture. Cashmere would be cooler, but alas...

-CR

 
 

 
Nov.27.2005 @ 2:46 PM
Sean Elliot
hehehehe...sorry about that. i realised after posting and on closer examination of the picture that the cowboy boots were indeed 2D.
i couldn't quite work out if it was a pillow or not - thanks for answering that.
i'm pretty sure you can't get cowboy-boot-print pillows over here in the UK, although i've never actually looked.
In the UK, it is of course customary to have wholey unsuitable bed linen in the spare bedroom.

incidentally, the wurlitzer looks super-nice. i'd love to hear some samples once you get it back to AI HQ.
is it still reed-based like the more famous A200/220...?
s.e.

 
 

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