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)
Logitech Trackman Wheel Optical, modified to be closer to a vertical mouse
LG 24UD58-B 24-inch 4K IPS LED monitor
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)