House Sound Equipment

PA/Mains/Monitors

Board- Yamaha TF-Rack

http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/northamerica/en_us/products/mixers/tfrack/index.jsp

Digital rack mixer. 16 input snake, 4 returns to stage. Built-in effects and EQ. Too many features to list here. If you are not familiar, someone on staff can help set your levels.

Mains- (2) Yamaha DSR215

The DSR215 is a high-power, 2-way active loudspeaker system driven by a new 1300W Class-D amplifier that gives it the ability to output a 138dB maximum peak SPL. It’s the perfect solution for live sound applications that require simple setup and powerful SPL levels. Featuring two cast frame 15″ woofers, a neodymium compression driver with a large diameter 2″ titanium diaphragm, it reproduces a wide frequency range, from powerful well contoured bass to extreme treble with outstanding clarity.

Monitors- (3) Yamaha DBR12

The DBR12 represents a perfect balance of size and performance, with 1000W of power and outstanding resolution at any output level. Ideal for front-of-house, floor monitoring applications or even the stage side fills, the DBR12 is an ideal choice for a wide range of applications.

Backline

Guitar Amps- (2) Fender Mustang GT 200

200-watt WiFi-equipped digital amplifier.Two 12″ Celestion® Special Design speakers. Free, exclusive Tone App for one-touch preset access, management and editing. New models and effects with “spillover”. Bluetooth audio streaming and control. Onboard 60-second looper; setlist support. Includes MGT-4 footswitch for control of presets and effects, tuner and looper access

Bass Amp- Fender Rumble 200

200 watts. 15” Eminence® speaker. Compression horn with on/off switch. Compact and lightweight (34.5 pounds) ported plywood enclosure with removable grille. Overdrive circuit (controlled manually or with optional footswitch). Three-button voicing section (bright, contour, vintage). XLR line out with ground lift

Drums- Tama Starclassic

Kick, floor, (2) rack toms. Hi hat, snare, and (3) cymbal stands. Ludwig throne (round).

*We do NOT have a snare, cymbals, or sticks. We currently have a high hat clutch and several drum keys, but it’s not a bad idea to bring your own- those little parts have been known to disappear.

Miscellaneous Gear

Unless you have a rather extreme setup, we have plenty of mic stands and xlr cables. Please bring your own instrument cables. We also have several cheap but effective microphones (Shure PG48) available. SM58’s and SM57’s may be available upon request. Be advised, these are club-used microphones- if you are germophobic or particular you may want to bring your own.

 

To All Performers

We are proud to supply the best equipment we can get- to ease load in/out and maximize sound (both front-of-house and on stage). This would not have been possible without the help of several local musicians who have gone above and beyond to make John & Peter’s the best  equipped and best sounding 72-seat dive bar in the country. Their support, advice, and called-in favors were the difference in bringing us this far this fast. So please…for your sake and everyone else that plays here… TREAT THE EQUIPMENT WITH RESPECT. If anything does break or starts acting funny, please let us know. The sooner we know, the sooner we can repair or replace it. And we can all Rock On.

 

Disclaimer

This list is subject to change. We are constantly working to improve the environment for our musicians and patrons, but we’re not so quick on updating stuff (like this list). There may be recent upgrades not listed here, or breakdowns that require things to be sent for repair. Feel free to contact us for situation reports.