Pete Noon

Making Music For Over 50 Years

Pete's Paul Reed Smith Guitars. (L-R) Custom 22 Artist Pkg., Artist III Prototype, Artist III, Brazilian Ltd., CE 24, 10th Anniversary, Custom 24, Private Stock, GPG 10th Anniversary, Singlecut Artist Pkg., McCarty Hollowbody II, Custom 24, Custom 24

Pete's Gibson Les Paul Guitars. (L-R) '56 Jr, '56 Special, '57 Jr, '54 Custom RI, '55 RI, 25/50 Anniversary, XR-2, 35th Anniversary, '60 TV Jr. RI, 40th Anniversary, Deluxe, Classic Premium Plus, Standard Custom Shop, Artist, Birdseye.

Pete's Stratocasters. (L-R) Synth, '60 RI, '57 Mary Kaye RI, '62 Mary Kaye RI, '93 Set-neck Limited Edition, '63, Gene Baker CS Masterbuilt, '74, '66, 35th Anniversary, Mighty Mite, 40th Anniversary, '78, 50th Anniversary, Custom Shop.

 

Pete's Telecasters. (L-R) Warmouth, Schecter, Fender John English Custom Shop, Fender Set-neck Custom Shop, '66 Fender, Fender Thinline, Fender Custom, '68 Fender w/DiMarzio.

Pete's Other Gibson & Fender Guitars. (L-R) '62 ES-330, '61 LP SG Jr., Hendrix Flying V, '63 Duo-sonic, Autographed Chet Atkins Classic Electric, '50s Stringmaster, Medallion Flying V, '62 SG Special, '66 Trini Lopez, Nighthawk.

Pete's Other Guitars. Including (L-R)Moonstone, Martin D-28, Rickenbacker 330-12, Guild, Rickenbacker "Tom Petty" 12-string, Valley Arts "Robert Johnson", Washburn, & BC Rich. Kawai, Ric 4001, & Fender Precision fretless and fretted Basses too.

Pete's Marshall Amps.

In the above pictures left to right top to bottom are a 1969 Marshall Super Lead 100 and 1960A and 1960B speaker cabinet, JCM 800 50 watt amp with JCM 8001960A speaker and 1960B Jubilee Series speaker, JCM 900 (Model 4500) 50 watt amp with JCM 900 1960A speaker and 1960B Jubilee Speaker, JCM 800 50 watt amp, JCM 900 (Model 2500 SL-X) 50 watt amp and 2112 speaker and seventies 1960A speaker,  JCM 25/50 (Model 2553) 50 watt amp with 2 Jubilee speaker cabinets.

Pete's Fender Amps.

From the above pictures left to right top to bottom.  Fender Blues DeVille 2X12, 15" Bass cabinet, '70 Bassman Amp with a re-finished 1962 2-12" speaker cabinet, Blues Junior, Eighty-Five, '61 Super Amp, '65 Twin Reverb Amp, '65 Deluxe Reverb Amp RI, Cyber Twin, '61 Princeton Amp, and Performer 1000.  Also Fender Decotone combo amp (not shown above - see Amps page) and a Fender Champ 600.

Other Equipment not pictured.

Pete also uses other amplifiers and speaker cabinets not pictured here including: Bogner Alchemist amp w/Bogner 2X12 cabinet, Vox AC-30 2X12 combo amp, Peavey 5150 head and slant cabinet, Mesa Boogie Mark II combo, a Marshall MG100 amp with 2 4X12 cabinets, Line 6 Flextone HD Head with Mesa Boogie 4X12 slant cabinet, Line 6 Flextone Plus combo amp with Mesa Boogie 1X12 cabinet, Line 6 POD v.2, Roland Jazz Chorus 120 combo amp, Marshall MG100FX amp with MG 4X12 A and B cabinets, 2 PRS Harmonic Generator 70 watt amps with 1 PRS 4X12 cabinet, a Motion Sound SRV-212 cabinet (rotating speaker for a Leslie effect), a Fender Champion 600 amp, a Fender 40 watt Hot Rod Deluxe Limited Edition "Tooled Leather" amp, an Epiphone Valve Junior amp, a Crate BX-80 bass combo amp and Fender 18" bass cabinet.

Pete's recording equipment, microphones and rackmount gear consists of : PreSonus Firestudio Project pre-amp with Cubase LE 48-track recording software, Boss BR-8 8 track digital recorder, Tascam 2488 24 track digital recorder, Digidesign M Box pre-amp with Pro Tools Le 32 track digital recorder, Alesis RA-100 and Monitor One monitor system, Antares AVP-1 Vocal Producer, Alesis Microverb III digital reverb/delay, Philips CDR 760 CD recorder, ART tube preamp system, Behringer Tube Ultragain, Alesis Quadraverb GT, original '60s Guild Echorec, Alesis M-EQ 230, Alesis 3630 Compressor, BBE 462 Sonic Maximizer, ART Multiverb LT, Boss GL-100 guitar driver, Digitech HM-4 Harmony Machine, Rockman X-100, Sampson G-5 Headphone Amplifier, DOD R-431 equalizer, Ibanez DD1000 Dual Digital Delay, Ibanez DM 1000 Digital Delay , Ibanez AD-202 Analog Delay, Furman Sound TX-2 Tunable Crossover & Bandpass Filter, Biamp 1283 12 channel mixer, Nady 201-VHF wireless guitar transmitter, Peavey XC-400, CS-400 and M-2600 power amplifiers.  Pete also uses Shure, ElectroVoice, AKG, Blue, Nakamichi, Behringer, Rode, Astatic, Audio Technica, Sennheiser, CAD, MXL, and Nady microphones.

Pete's guitar floor pedals consist of: Roland GR-33 guitar synthesizer, Line 6 Floor Board, Line 6 MM-4 Modulation Modeler, Digitech RP-1 guitar processor, Mesa V-Twin Pre-amp, Tech 21 SansAmp, Tom Scholz Rockman X100 pre-amp/echo, original 1970's Morley Power Wah, Morley Volume Pedal, Morley Bad Horsie Wah pedal (Limited Edition autographed by Steve Vai), Morley George Lynch Dragon Wah pedal (autographed by George Lynch), Morley ABY A/B Switch, Morley Swiss Army Cable Tester, MojoTone Rene Martinez Signal Splitter (autographed sn#008), Boss DD-3 Digital Delay, Boss PS-6 Harmonist pedal, original 1970's MXR Flanger, original 1970's MXR Phase 100, original 1970's MXR Dyna-Comp, original 1970's MXR Noise Gate/Line Driver, original 1970's MXR Headphone Amp, Digitech JamMan Solo loop pedal with FS3X footswitch, TC Electronic Ditto loop pedal, Catalinbread Echorec, Wampler Velvet Fuzz, Hard Wire Supernatural Ambient Verb, Sideman Compressor SM-4, DOD Direct Box 260, Danelectro DJ-12 Chili Dog octave pedal, Danelectro DJ-11 guitar tuner, Danelectro DJ-13 French Toast octave distortion, Danelectro DJ-15 Chicken Salad vibrato, original 1960's Univox Fuzz pedal, original 1970's Maestro (by Gibson) Boomerang 2 wah pedal, original 1970's Dan Armstrong Green Ringer, and a Pearl OC-07 Octave Pedal.