- ESP / LTD M-1007FR SROD Custom with Dimarzio D-Sonic 7 & Air Norton 7 and Push/Pull Pot (7 Strings Standard tuning) *Main*
- ESP / LTD M-1000 (Drop A tuning)
- ESP / LTD M-300 (Drop D tuning)
- ESP / LTD XTONE EW-Z NAT (Acoustic Guitar)
- Marshall TSL100 (Lead, clean and Crunch sounds)
I will make a list soon, with set-ups and connections.
I have a lot of influences, I have no limits in music, I like Rock, Metal, Jazz, Blues, Classical, Pop, Electronic Genres, Ballads, I can even listen to R&B I really like a lot of genres of music but let's make some lists:
Guitar Players: Kiko Loureiro, Joe Satriani, Richie Sambora, Steve Morse, John Petrucci, Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen, Paul Gilbert, David Gilmour, Jason Becker, Eric Calpton, Hendrix, Gurhrie Govan, Marty Friedman, Chris Broderick, Andy James, Stevie Ray Vaughan... and go on.
Bands: Are you kidding me? How can I make a list like this and making it short?
Drummers: Mike Portnoy, Marco Minnemann, Aquiles Priester, Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan, Ringo Starr, Neil Peart, Terry Bozzio... and go on.
Bass Player: Felipe Andreoli (You're the man!), Victor Wooten, Geddy Lee, Billy Sheehan, Steve Harris, Jaco Pastorius, Roger Waters, Marco Hietala... and go on.
Keyboardist: Jordan Rudess and his influencies(hahaha!), Jon Lord, Richard Wright, Hanz Zimmer... and go on.
Singers: M. Shadows, James Labrie, Jon Bon Jovi, Floor Jansen, Kelly Clarkson, Dave Grohl, Adele... and go on.
Others: Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Link(from Zelda), Bugs Bunny, Jake The Dog, Aragorn, Mario Bros. Arya Stark... and go on. (What's the problem, huh?)
Games: All The Legend of Zelda Games are one of my most inspiring influences (Soundtrack, Story, Gameplay), I'm not kidding, Mega Man's Music, Assassin's Creed Sound tracks and games ... and go on.
I got my huge list of people that helps me and support me a lot and I want to dedicate this section for them, I will make a list of all those people soon.
Many people have asked me about the secret of a good sounding of a guitar, but there's no secret on it, you only have to train your ear, I'm not a guitar guru but, the pursuit of the perfect sound is almost like the universe, infinite!, but one thing I know, the sounding of a good tube amplifier just like my Marshalls, almost Raw, no pedals (maybe only a Tube Screamer for lead sounds), most times is more than enough, but I'll write a couple of important points to consider.
Do not hesitate to contact me for any information you need, for me it would be a pleasure, I like to help!