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Joe Chirco, Jack Napoli, Al Improta, and Joe Napoli on our first day of recording rhythm tracks
Kevin McLeod, Joe Chirco, Al Improta and Joe Napoli
Kevin with Rob Ray, mastering engineer for Careless Truth
Joe Napoli, who did an outstanding job recording and mixing Careless Truth.
Al Improta, Joe Chirco & Kevin McLeod getting ready to track another song
Al Improta, Joe Chirco, Joe Napoli & Kevin McLeod by the mixing desk at Cloud9 Recording
Playing my 1980 Gibson ES-Artist. The guitar solo on "Rise and Shine" was played on this guitar.
This 1950's Fender Super amp is one of the two main guitar amps from the Cloud9 collection we used recording Careless Truth
This 1960's Fender Vibrolux amp is one of the two main guitar amps we used recording Careless Truth
Playing an SRV Strat from the Cloud9 collection. The guitar solo on "Brooklyn, 1969" was playing on this guitar. A very nice Gibson ES-225 in the stand next me.
The FB-45, a cool overdrive / fuzz pedal from Cloud9 Audio. I used this on a few songs for Careless Truth.
Many of the rhythm tracks feature this execellent Les Paul from the Cloud9 collection.
John Sadocha about to add some of his signature sounds to Sacred Place
My Lowden acoustic. Not only is this guitar a joy to play, but it records well too!