The ISO booth on the left entering the Control Room is set up with multiple Bass options for this picture. The Basses featured in the shoot are the Hofner, the 65 Jazz Bass that belonged to Tim Lefebvre, the 66 P-Bass, the 62 Jazz Bass, A 66 Jazz Bass, and the 78-P Bass that belonged to Paco from Molotov. Ther is also a B15 and a 63 Blue Face Ampeg head,
The back of the Big Blue Tracking Room is extraordinary for drum tracking and can accommodate multiple setups. This room also faces the Rio Grande, beautiful mountains, orchards, and sunsets. This picture features our DW VLT Series Waterfall Bubinga kit that includes a 23 x 18 kick, 14 x 5.5 snare, 10 x 8, 12 x 9, 13 x 10, 14 x 12, 16 x 14 and a 18 x 16 floor tom. The baffles directly behind the kit are made of cork and create a more "live" sound. Sonic Ranch has a collection of baffles that allows unique soundscapes.
Sonic Ranch has an extensive Amp and Guitar collection. This setup features a 51' Deluxe, 58' Harvard, a one of a kind JTM45 Blues Breaker amplifier made for Billy Gibbons, 59' Bassman, Komet 60 head, 69' Marshall Purple Plexi, 62' Black Face Showman, 66' Super Reverb, 66' Custom JMI hand-wired AC30 and a Vibroluxe that belonged to Erik Johnson. The guitars in this photo are; a 61' Gibson SG, 75' Fender Tele Deluxe owned by Jerry Finn, a 61' Fender Squire, a 335 100 anniversary, and a 325 Gibson.
The Big Blue tracking room can accommodate many different configurations. This configuration features a Slingerland Drum kit with a 22" Kick and a 13", 16" and an 18" Toms. The 600-year-old antique pillars from India add to the vibe and atmosphere. The baffle configuration for this setup provides a tide control sound.