The Shins

Bassist Dave Hernandez’s amps include an early ‘70s Fender Deluxe Reverb and Ampeg models, miked with Shure SM57 and SM7B, respectively. He sings through an SM58.

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Bassist Dave Hernandez’s amps include an early ‘70s Fender Deluxe Reverb and Ampeg models, miked with Shure SM57 and SM7B, respectively. He sings through an SM58.

Bassist Dave Hernandez’s amps include an early ‘70s Fender Deluxe Reverb and Ampeg models, miked with Shure SM57 and SM7B, respectively. He sings through an SM58.According to drum tech Davey Brozowski (above, left), drummer Jesse Sandoval’s (left) kit is miked with Shure Beta 91 (kick) and 57 (snare top), beyerdynamic M88 (kick) and Opus 88 (rack toms), and Sennheiser 604 (snare bottom, floor tom). “I like AudDrum tech Davey BrozowskiFront-of-house engineer Zack ReinigGuitar/keyboard tech Matt Zivich
Keyboardist Marty Crandall plays the original model Korg CX-3 organ and a Korg MicroKorg. According to guitar/keyboard tech Zivich, both boards go through Boss delays and are summed into a simplified Behringer mixer. Crandall sings through a Beta 58 as itEric Johnson’s Vibro-verb gets an Audix CX-112. He uses a Casio weighted-key controller for an E-mu Vintage Keys module.Keyboardist Marty CrandallMonitor engineer Jason Ward
Bassist Dave HernandezDrummer Jesse SandovalEric Johnson
Keyboardist Marty CrandallJames MercerJames Mercer



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