You'll have either seen these guitars, amps and pedals elevating Ru & Hen to audible levels on stage or heard them working some magic on Ruen Brothers' recordings!
Before we move on; a big thank you to Gibson for their great guitars and their support through tours and beyond.
"GIVE ME MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE"
Gibson Les Paul Junior guitar
Fender Blues Junior III amp w/ Jensen 12" C12-N speaker
"WHEN I'M SIXTY-FORNIAN"
American Deluxe Telecaster w/ mod (stealth Esquire) guitar
Fender Bandmaster amp (1964 - rare transitional colour)
Fender Bassman Cabinet (1964)
Supro 1600 Supreme amp (1959 replica)
TC Electronic Echobrain Analog Delay pedal
"IF HUMPHREY BOGART OWNED AN AMP..."
Fender Champion 600 "Little Blondie" Special Run
1940's 5watt design
"THE OLD TOASTERS"
...Don't Break Too Easy"
Ernie Ball 2251 Classic Regular Slinky Pure Nickel Electric Strings
"THE EARLY BIRD"
1957 Gibson J-160E
One of the fist acoustic-electric guitars
Henry playing 'Vendetta' live on stage with his Gibson J-160E
"THE OLD BIRD"
1936 Columbian Major
Archtop guitar, kept for studio use
Waves Audio Recording Plugins
Top left: 'Abbey Road Chambers' recreate the chamber reverb effect used in Abbey Road and Olympic studios during the 50s/60s. They'd send the recorded sound through a speaker at one side of a tiled/reflective room and place a microphone at the other and mix it back into the recording.
Top right: J37 Tape Machine used at Abbey Road during the same period.
Bottom left: Recreation of a Pultec EQ used in the 50s to manipulate treble/bass.
Bottom right: Recreation of the plate reverbs used at Abbey Road during the 60s.