Hard-Core Gear Porn... Saturday?
Sorry for the late post, but I doubt Lisa would have taken kindly to me pulling over on the highway next to a 10,000 acre cattle feedlot to search for pictures of synths. But, better late than never. The above shot is from Djam Karet's studio, White Arrow. "The California-based Djam Karet has often been called America's greatest undiscovered band," according to the usual press-release-speak on the front of the site. I would think that statement could be argued quite easily, never mind the fact that it is somewhat oxymoronic. But that said, they have a lot of gear. They also have guitars for heads. Except for one guy that has a Roland Hand Drum Thingie for a head. Seriously.
Here's their modular rig, equal parts Doepfer, MOTM, and Cwejman. There's a Yamaha FS1R stuck in there, weirdly enough. An under-rated box, that. I personally find prog-rock to be completely unlistenable for the most part, but if you like those sorts of bands, this is one of them. They have some nice shit, though.