Studio Gear list

In addition to all gear listed on the Live Sound Gear List.
we have these items available for studio use.


  • 1967 Fender Bassman piggyback combo (50 watt tube head, 2x12 cab)
  • 1968 Fender Bassman 2x12 cab loaded w/1961 Jensen P12Ns
  • 1970 Fender Champ 1x8 6 watt tube amp
  • 1974 Fender VibroChamp 1x8 6 watttube amp
  • 1976 Fender Twin Reverb 2x12 100 watt tube amp
  • 1993 Fender Blues Deluxe 1x12 30 watt tube amp (NOT Mexican reissue)
  • 1993 Peavey Classic 50/410 50 watt tube amp
  • (2) Epiphone Valve JR 5 watt tube head, tube combo (very heavily modified)
  • 2x12 custom cab loaded with Weber Silver Bell and Blue Dog
  • Hartke HA2000 bass head 200 watts solid state with tube preamp
  • Ampeg SVT-410HE bass cab 4x10 plus tweeter
  • Ampeg SVT-1510HE bass cab 1x15, 1x10, plus tweeter
  • Bag End 2x10 cab loaded with Peavey Scorpions
  • 2x12 custom oversized cab loaded w/ matched Fender Utah speakers



    • Dunlop Cry Baby Wah (not stock, heavily modified)
    • Electro-Harmonix Q-Tron
      Electro-Harmonix Octave Multiplexer
      Electro-Harmonix Double Muff
      Electro-Harmonix Small Stone
      Ibanez TS9DX Tube Screamer
      (not stock)
    • Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal
      Boss CE-2 Chorus
      (green label, black screw)
    • Ernie Ball VP JR
      t.c. electronic ND-1 Nova Delay
      (based on the beloved 2290)
    • ART SGX 2000 with X-15 UltraFoot


  • 1989 Ensoniq EPS Performance Sampler with dozens of discs
  • M-Audio Axiom 61 MIDI controller
  • Roland JV 1010 Synth Module
    Roland Super JV 1080 Synth Module
  • 1977 Rhodes 88 Suitcase Piano w/ speaker unit
    1956-ish Hamond M3
    1962 Hammond L101
  • Leslie 125 - single speed, down firing, loaded with vintage Jensen
  • 2 Speed Leslie tremolo unit yanked from organ and rehoused



  • Tama Rockstar kit - 22x18 kick, 12", 13", 16" toms
  • Ascend double kick pedal
  • Percussion Plus toms - 8", 10"
  • Tama Rockstar 14x7 steel snare
  • Mapex 14x6 wood snare
  • Remo rototoms - 6", 8", 10"
  • Sabian B8 14" hi-hat, 16" thin crash, 20" ride
  • Zildjian 16" ZBT crash
  • Zildjian 20" mini cup ride
  • Zildjian 20" crash ride
  • Wuhan 18" china
  • Noname 12" china
  • LP Rhythm Block - plastic wood block
  • LP aspire 14x28 conga
  • Rhythm Tech chimes
  • Rhythm Tech tambourine
  • Various shakers, bells, kazoos, and whatnot



  • Focusrite Saffire PRO 26 i/o analog digital interface
  • Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 analog digital interface
  • Behringer Ultragain Pro-8 Digital A/D/A converter
  • (2) KRK Rokit 6 powered monitors
  • PAiA Stack-in-a-Box
  • Roland VS-880 Digital Multitrack
  • Roland VS-880EX Digital Multitrack



  • Lenovo K330B, Intel Core i7 3.40 GHz, 8G RAM
  • Cakewalk Sonar X1c Producer Edition
  • Fruity Loops Express
  • Rebirth RB-338
  • NI Kontact Player
  • NI Reactor Player
  • NI Guitar Rig 5
  • + Hundreds of plug-ins, soft synths, and virtual instruments



  • Warwick Corvette Standard bass
  • 1974 Guild D-4 acoustic
  • 1975 Alvarez 5021 12 string acoustic
  • 1985 Fender F-210 acoustic
  • 2005 Taylor 110 acoustic
  • 2008 Epiphone Sheraton II electric
  • 2009 Epiphone SG G-400 electric
  • Godin Exit 22 electric w/ Baggs X-Bridge piezo acoustic pickups
  • 1987 Fender Stratocaster
  • 1960’s EKO modello 100 electric
  • No Name Banjo
  • Kersting Viola
  • Johnson Mandolin
  • Lark In The Morning Octave Mandolin
  • Bradley P-Bass copy fretless bass
  • Homemade lap steel


Coyote Circle Studio is based on the desire to provide musicians with an affordable way to create a high quality recording. In our modern musical reality, it's become easier and easier for everyone to be able to commit sounds to a digital environment. However, many musicians still find themselves without the needed space, channels, microphones, cables, or some other element to be able to fully realize their ideas.

What we offer is a modest but well stocked studio, filled with quality vintage and modern gear, and a caring and attentive engineer, to help create any sound imaginable, without requiring a large budget. All you have to do is show up with an idea and we'll help you make it real.

We believe there are a number of cheap options to make a mid quality product on your own, and a number of higher budget options for making an incredibly high quality product at some excellent studios in the area. We're not competing with either of those. We aim to fill the gap between the two extremes. We hope to assist the artist who doesn't want to engineer for themselves at home, but doesn't want to make the move to, or doesn't need the facilities of, a larger and more expensive studio. The studio can comfortably accommodate ensembles of up to four or five people, depending on setup needs.

The studio is located in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, thirty minutes from Golden, or just under an hour from Denver or Boulder. It sits on a mountainside looking out upon the high peaks of the Continental Divide. It's well removed from the noise and distractions of the city, yet conveniently close to the "real" world.

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