My keyboard collection covers a wide range of analog and digital synthesizers, iconic keyboards from the 70’s and 80’s, as well as a fully restored 1912 Mason and Hamlin “model A” grand piano.

1912 Mason and Hamlin Model A grand piano
Fully restored by Jim Wilson at Pianos at LA Piano Services

1978 Fender Rhodes with Janus preamp
Highly sought after preamp with stereo vibrato with active electronics

Hammond M3 with 147 Leslie speaker
Little brother to the B3 with identical tonewheels. Vintage Leslie cabinet with re-capped 147 amp

1980 Wurlitzer Electric Piano
The iconic sound of 70s rock

Moog One Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer
The flagship digital synthesizer from the acclaimed electronic music experts

1974 Hohner Clavinet D6
Legendary funk keyboard made famous by Stevie Wonder and Billy Preston
Equipped with custom Vintage Vibe preamp 

Sequential Prophet 6 Synthesizer
The modern version of the legendary Prophet 5 synth of the 80s

Minimoog Voyager Analog Synthesizer
Pure analog. The bass of hip-hop. Soaring synth sounds. Electronic music history

Black Corporation Deckard’s Dream Mk2

Roman Filippov reverse engineered the ultimate polysynth, the Yamaha CS80. The same tones used to create the Vangelis’ soundtrack to Blade Runner, Toto’s Africa, and Eddie Jobson’s Alaska are now available as reincarnated as the Deckard’s Dream by the Black Corporation.

Korg Polysix
1984. Vintage eighties poly synth modified with upgraded Kiwisix main circuitboard from kiwitechnics.

Moog Subharmonicon

Subharmonicon is a semi-modular polyrhythmic analog synthesizer that employs a 6-tone sound engine and multi-layered clock generator to explore the world of subharmonics, polyrhythms, and the unique relationships they create.

Moog Drummer From Another Mother

The DFAM is a semi-modular analog percussion synthesizer that presents an expressive hands-on approach to percussive pattern creation.

ARP Axxe
Vintage 1982 classic ARP monophonic synthesizer.

Dexibell J9 Organ
The sounds of pipe organs, 60s combo organs, and Hammonds

Universal Audio 4-710D Tube/Solid-State preamp
All tracks recorded with the warm tube sound of this audiophile preamp. The 710D has the capability to blend genuine tube and solid-state circuitry

Neumann TLM 103 and a stereo pair of Audio Technica 4033

Universal Audio Apollo 8 digital interface

ProTools including hundreds of sample based and modeling instrument plugins

CryBaby wah pedal. Big Muff distortion, MXR chorus, Digitech Whammy Pedal, Small Stone phase shifter