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Dean Fertita(The Dead Weather) 13 years 2 weeks ago #528

I am getting really into The Dead Weather and i'd love to know what set-up dean has for his keyboards, because the sound is so thick and awesome. I've watched videos and searched around, but i cant figure it out.


Re:Dean Fertita(The Dead Weather) 13 years 2 weeks ago #529

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This may or may not be useful, but here are a couple things out there:


Wikipedia page for Dean has the following list:
Gibson SG
Baldwin Fun Machine Electric Organ
Moog Little Phatty Synthesizer
Clavia Nord Electro 2
Rickenbacker 330
Gretsch White Falcon

The above site has a pic that is supposed to be his pedalboard (guitar).

The above video, has him mention his amp for keys at the very end. He says he is using a Peavey amp, but would like to try some bass amps out.

Re:Dean Fertita(The Dead Weather) 13 years 2 weeks ago #530

WOW. thank you so much, im a terrible researcher, i knew he had the moog, it was the nord i was trying to figure out, usually the bright red exterior gives a nord away hehe. Thanks! I've told loads of people about this site.
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