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1977-79 Traynor Monoblock II
80's Peavey 4x12" Scorpion Cabinet
Monoblocks have been a staple in AW's sound since the beginning. That head arrived in the band when Myles joined in March 2007. He bought it originally from Tricky Woo's Eric Laroque back in his Ottawa days-- that's the bass amp on The Enemy Is Real, so it's kind of a piece of canadian music history. 125w at 8ohm, 250w at 4ohm, 325w at 2ohm (maximum load)--- and these are not peak RMS. No bullshit. The most versatile amp I ever played on. Bass or guitar, nice fuzz when the preamp is maxed, wide range EQ. On our albums that would be the sound coming from the right.
This Peavey cab has been with us since the Electric End days. Normally houses four 12" scorpions (8 ohm 600 watts), but one of them blew on our 2008 US tour and we did not have a basket replacement (haaa, peaveys)-- on a sunday! We were in Austin, thank god, and we found a music store open, but could only find a Black Widow to replace it. And it just stayed there cuz it sounded pretty good like that. Comes with TWO Scorpion replacement baskets and THREE magnets. Has a great woody bass tone (see all albums since Clash of the Life-Force etc, left speaker).
Jensen fitted Fender 4x12 guitar/bass cabinet
That's kind of a weird one. One of those 80's Fender guitar cab fitted with four italian 12" bass speakers. I don't know what I was thinking. 800w RMS, 4ohm. Works pretty good. Cab picked in Ottawa after a gig with Death from Above, speakers bought from the trunk of bassist of the Ripcordz's beater car on a sketchy corner in the Gay Village. Mostly used in Hamborghinni gigs.
Traynor YT-15 2x15" bass cabinet
Ok. That was acquired when I was having this idea that I would build a crazy rig. Drove all the way to Sainte-Julie to pick this cab up. This guy just had all this Traynor gear; ended up there again to pick up a Traynor combo that is now played by Graeme from Pink Noise. Was part of the first AW PA rig in 2009-2010. One of the speakers is a 300w Electro-Voice, and the other one is some unnamed 15", I would guess about 100w? Handles loud volumes very well. Pretty stupid sounding. Has casters! Sounds great with an GK 800rb.
Home made 15" bass cabinet with vents, casters
That has been with me since I moved to Montreal. Made every band I played in since. It's time to go now, buddy. Great, deeeeeep bass tone-- tons and tons of super subs 20 to 60hz. The cats just fucking luved it. You can dry your hair with it while you play. All you need is a speaker.
Samick Greg Bennett Special Guitar
Well, well. That was Myles back up. The only time we had to use it was in Bremen, Germany. It is what it is. Quaint. We all wonder what Greg Bennett did too. Seymour Duncan humbuckers. Comes with a Black Feeling Cd and two pedal cables.
Electric Blue Ibanez Roadster weirdly refinished and moded, according to one dude the humbucking pickup on the back is worth more than the guitar but i dunno. This was briefly my Ku guitar as well as my first aids wolf axe. Yannick declared the back pickup "too hot" which is like Chloe saying a meal is "too salty" or me saying a James Brown bootleg is "too funky and intense". Comes with giant acoustic guitar case with matching felt powder blue interior.
12" guitar speaker, round magnet
Was originally in that Fender cab. 8ohm.
12" guitar speaker, square magnet
8ohm. Works, no idea of its origin.
Eminence Legend 1258 12" guitar speaker
8ohm, 75 watts. Yep.
PAS Loudspeakers 12" guitar or PA speaker
Weber Classic Series British 12" guitar speaker
Weber Ferromax Vintage Series 12" guitar speaker
Ludwig 22" x 18" Bass drum wooden shell
Ok I don't need two kicks. This one can be yours. I never used it. Painted flat black by the same dude. MONSTER. Super loud dry kick with crazy sub subs. Kind of super used up though.
Various drum hardware
Stool (the one with the black top): 5$
Weird thing to hook up your tom on: Free
AIDS Wolf T-shirts
Different designs, odd sizes
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AIDS Wolf Releases
Well, you know what that is. Until we run out. Prices vary.