Have you been trying to get a more Pumpkin-y sound for your band? Perhaps you're simply just curious as to what equipment the Pumpkins use? Either way, you've come to the right place! Click on each piece of equipment to find out more information about it & how the Pumpkins use it. If the list is too overwhelming, you can narrow it down by using the category links below, or by doing a search.
Many thanks to Andrew Hale of Forever Sound [archived] for his assistance on this section, and to ByStarlight.org's TSP Photo Archive for collecting an ever-expanding wealth of pictures to comb through, looking for recognizable gear. Also, huge thanks to Kerry Brown for blogging a huge amount of technical info (with pix!) since the start of the Teargarden sessions. For anyone interested in gear, equipment, and the general process of recording, I highly recommend reading his entries- starting from the very beginning!
Do you have any info we're missing? Or perhaps more importantly, have you found any errors here? This list would not exist without the help of many contributors scanning those photos and industry magazines, and sending in their pix of gear from live shows. Send anything you have including images, articles, and eye-witness reports - the more detailed, the better - to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll take a look at it, and if we can verify it, we'll add it to our list!
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