acoustic guitars: acoustics
Taylor 310 (2006) sitka, mahogany, ebony, yum
Martin Backpacker (2007) steel string with pickup -has been around the world with me
Ibanez EW20ASE (2010?) figured ash; with pickup, EQ and tuner; my open-mic and dog-walking guitar lately
Alvarez Regent 5214-12 (1998?) 12-string - spruce, mahogany, rosewood
Yamaha FG-75-1 (1976?) a bit beat up, so mainly used for dog walking, but I had a pickup installed around 1988 and it has a great "peanutty" sound
electric guitars: electrics
Gibson Les Paul Deluxe (1976) maple top, custom cherry pickup surrounds, with Seymour Duncan JB bridge pickup and original neck pickup
Squier Stratocaster (1988) black, Japanese-made, sweet Noiseless pickups
Sekova (1979?) black Les Paul Custom clone
bass guitars:
Michael Kelly Dragonfly 5-string fretless (2005?) quilted maple, acoustic/electric, with that low-low-B
Ibanez Road Star II (1988?) black, fretted, funky, 4-string
other instruments: piano
Bushman Jenny tenor ukulele (undated) mahogany, rosewood
Epiphone MM-30 mandolin (2011), antique sunburst
Crane cabinet grand piano (>120 years old)
souvenir pan pipes: Curacao, Thailand, New Mexico
assorted percussion: shakers, bells, frog, rain stick
Fender Twin Reverb (1975) silverface with EV speakers
Fender Blues Junior (2015) laquered tweed, Jensen speaker
Fender BXR100 (1996) bass amp
recording workstation: laptop and controller
Apple MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2016), quad-core Intel Core i7 at 2.9 GHz with TurboBoost up to 3.8 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB PCIe storage, Radeon Pro 460 4 GB GPU, and OLED Touch Bar
Apple Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse, and Wireless Keyboard (all gen 1)
Apple Time Capsule for wireless, automatic backups, plus rotating redundant and offsite backups to USB hard disks with Carbon Copy Cloner
Apple Logic Pro X and GarageBand
audio interfaces and preamps: rack
MOTU 828mk3 Hybrid FireWire/USB audio interface with 2 mic preamps, 8 line-level TRS I/O, and 2xADAT Lightpipe I/O (connected to MacBook Pro with a 6-foot USB 2.0 type B to type C cable)
ART TubeOpto8 with 8 tube mic preamps and ADAT Lightpipe I/O to/from the MOTU
PreSonus DigiMax LT with 8 mic preamps and ADAT Lightpipe output to the MOTU
Line 6 POD 2.0 guitar recording device with amp modeling and effects
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2-channel USB audio interface for simple 2-track recording in the field or the playroom, or extra mic preamps to the MOTU direct inputs (if needed).
M-Audio FastTrack Pro and Duo 2-channel USB audio interfaces don't work with the latest macOS, but could be fed to the MOTU direct inputs, if needed, for a total of 24 microphone inputs. And if I had more mics.
M-Audio BX8a studio monitors
JBL Pro III bookshelf speakers (unpowered)
Krivitzkynator Kicker 2 x 15" custom-built subwoofer (unpowered)
Gemini XG-2000 power amp (for subwoofer)
Technics stereo system (for JBLs and speakers by pool table outside studio)
PreSonus HP4 headphone amp
Sony MDR-V6 headphones (4 pairs)
Senheisser HD 500 headphones
MIDI controllers:
Mackie Control Universal control surface with 9 motorized faders, jog wheel, and lots of knobs, buttons, and lights. Can control Logic and MOTU CueMix.
Akai MPD24 controller with 16 drum pads, 8 faders, and 8 knobs
M-Audio Keystation 61es semi-weighted 61-key keyboard MIDI controller
Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro 128 GB with LTE, running Apple's Logic Remote, OSCtouch (can control Logic & MOTU CueMix software), and Duet Display (extends Mac desktop to iPad's touch screen)
EarthWorks SR77 small-diaphragm condenser mic
Rode NT1-A large-diaphragm condenser mic
Audio-Technica AT2020 large-diaphragm condenser mics (2)
Audio-Technica AT2021 small-diaphragm condenser mic
Shure SM57 dynamic mics (2)
Shure SM58 dynamic mics (2)
CAD KBM412 kick drum mic
AudioSpectrum ancient cheap dynamic mics (2) (click pix to enlarge)