Galen Baudhuin (Infera Bruo)
SPB: Were there any amps, cabs or anything else that stood out when you recorded Cerement at Studio G?
Baudhuin: Studio G is essentially a mobile recording unit, and kind of exists wherever I go. In this instance it was at our rehearsal space in Massachusetts. Both guitars (a Paul Reed Smith and a Gibson Les Paul) were run into a Peavy 5150 head going into a Marshall 4x12, and a Marshall JCM 800 going into a custom 6x12 that my good friend Brian Izzi (Trap Them, APMD, etc.) Built by hand. So basically left and right guitar both have two amps on them. In the mix one side favors the JCM and the other, the 5150. We also used Germanicus' (our synth player) Fender twin for the clean guitar in the intros and outros.