Jeff Reliant Musicis creating Music
Here in diamond, you're essentially getting an EP! You're going to be getting six tracks from me. Also, just as in Platinum you will get a shout out on the next video I make.
Also, if you run a stream I will make five specific to your stream sounders (<.15 second audio file).
About Jeff Reliant Music
Any equipment questions, that I've received, are answered below.
I record through Avid Pro tools through a Lynx Aurora. I use a Marshall JVM205 and an EVH 5150III for almost all of my electric guitar tracking. My bass head is a Fender Bassman Pro; nothing fancy. My drums are a Rolland set (TD-17KV) although I commonly get lazy and just midi create them after I do some guitar work. For vocal tracking I use an MXL 3000 and I also use Rode condenser microphones. Now, onto my guitars...
We'll start with basses because it'll be much shorter. I have a bunch but primarily I use my Geddy Lee Fender Jazz bass, Fender American V String Jazz, Epiphone Thunderbird IV, Fender American Precision IV, and I kind of consider my Fender Baritone VI a bass.
Onto guitars, again I have 41 of them behind me as I type, so I'll just hit the ones I use the most.
Standard tunings: Fender American Stratocaster, Fender American Modern Player Telecaster, Kramer Beretta, and Gibson Slash (Appetite for Destruction) Signature Edition Les Paul.
Half Step: Fender American Stratocaster, Gibson '71 Reissue Les Paul, Schecter Diamond Series VI, and an early Charvel (Kramer) I'm not sure of the model.
Full Down: Gibson 1983 Black Beauty Les Paul, Gibson Standard Gold Top Les Paul, Artist Series Guitars Walking Dead Signature Edition, Schecter Reaper 7, and a completely custom guitar I've built myself.
Alternate tunings: Steinberger Spirit and a Gretsch G5420T.
Acoustic Guitars: Fender PM-3, Fender T-Bucket, and an old Washburn that I don't care to go get it to get the model number but I've used it once or twice this last year.
...welp, I think that is it.