© 2016 by Studio 12 Recording Studio

Website Design by:

Shawn McGary

& UltraGraphic Design

Atlantastudio12@gmail.com  |  Tel: 470-530-9034

Atlanta Studio 12 | Recording Studios in Atlanta

FOR MORE DETAILS CALL

470-530-9034

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • YouTube Social  Icon

Instruments

          ~Guitars~

Gibson Limited Edition J185-EC Quilt Acoustic:

This limited J-185 EC is truly designed with performance in mind.

The slim taper neck and smaller body design allows for ease in

playability. Superb quilt maple is appointed for the ribs and back

coupled with Sitka spruce for the top. This limited edition features

classic mother-of-pearl parallelograms inlaid on the rosewood

fretboard with a 3-piece maple neck. Gibson's custom Sunset-burst finish allows for the select quilt maple to be showcased in a rare and stunning finish. Featuring a Fishman Prefix Plus T pickup system.

~Features:

~Select Quilt Maple back and sides

~Rare Sunsetburst finish

~Gold Grover Rotomatic tuners

~Rib mounted Fishman Prefix T pickup

Fender Blacktop HH Stratocaster with Floyd Rose:

Sleek and supercharged, the Blacktop Stratocaster HH Floyd

Rose® has dual over-wound alnico hum bucking pickups with

five-position switching, a Floyd Rose® Special double-locking

two-point tremolo and distinctive skirted black amp knobs

(master volume, tone for each pickup). Other features include an

alder body, maple neck with modern C shape and gloss urethane finish, rosewood fretboard with 9.5” radius and 22 medium jumbo frets, Floyd Rose® locking nut, three-ply black-white-black pickguard and chrome hardware.

Ovation Elite Model 1778 TX-5GSM Acoustic:

Features a deluxe AA solid-Sitka spruce top and Ovation’s light-

weight, yet high-strength bracing. Its combination of solid woods

and Ovation's Lyrachord bowl give this acoustic-electric guitar

tremendous sonic power. An ultra-thin textured gloss black finish

allows the soundboard to resonate freely and the soundports on

the bass-string side enhance lower-frequency projection. Electric guitarists will love the fast feel of the slim, hard-rock maple neck and rosewood fretboard. (It's no secret that many electric players choose Ovation guitars when doing acoustic work.) Plus, Ovation's OP-Pro preamp and OCP-1K pickup produce uncompromising tone for plugged-in performance.

The Lyrachord Mid-Depth bowl blends the best elements of Ovation’s Super-Shallow and Deep Bowl designs. Acoustically, the Mid-Depth bowl delivers plentiful projection and rich tone, yet even smaller guitarists find it comfortable to hold and play. It’s no surprise Ovation’s TX models all feature a Mid-Depth body. Its proprietary Lyrachord construction and roundback design let it outperform typical “box” guitars. For decades, hardworking musicians have relied on Mid-Depth Ovation guitars to cut through the mix, whether played acoustically in a living room or run through a concert hall sound system.

Designed in collaboration with jazz guitarist Al Di Meola and acoustic rocker Melissa Etheridge, the OP-Pro preamp system combines state-of-the-art audio quality with exclusive features designed to meet the needs of professional guitarists. The easy-to-operate unit offers 3-band EQ, a preset tone enhancement circuit, a battery status light, and a chromatic tuner. The OP-Pro will please even the most discriminating professional player looking for clean, clear, and quiet electronics.

1973 Ovation Deacon 1252 Electric:

~Body: Mahogany

~Neck: Bolt-on two-piece Honduras bound mahogany neck

~Fingerboard: Ebony

~Width at nut: 1 11/16 "

~Scale: 24 3/4 "

~Pickup: Original Humbucking x 2

~Bridge: Original

~Tuner: Schaller type with Ovation Logo

~Electrics and controls: FET preamp, 1 volume and tone control,

~Mid-range switch, pickup selector switch

~Number of fret: 24fret

~Color: Natural

~Ovation original brown with hard case

~Weight: 3.827 kg (excluding batteries)

Hand Made Bouzouki (2):

 

 

 

 

 

Fender Bass:

The Fender Aerodyne Jazz Bass is something completely

different! Cutting-edge bass players looking for a high

performance and lightweight bass with a strikingly

different appearance will flip over the Aerodyne Jazz Bass!

This is a special edition Jazz Bass featuring a bound

basswood body with a NEW unique carved top, a maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and matching painted headstock. The Aerodyne Jazz Bass is loaded with a Precision/Jazz Bass pickup combination and rear routed/top mounted controls with no pickguard.

Fender Squire Stratocaster:

Made at the FujiGen plant in Japan, this highly collectible '80s

Strat - this is highly understandable, because once you hear its

tone and and feel how comfortably it plays you'll wanna make it

your go-to-guitar!  The first Fender Japan models were all Fender

Squier models. When CBS sold Fender to its current owners in 1984

there was a transitional period from 1984 to 1987 with limited Fender USA production resulting in mostly Fender Japan and leftover stock being sold

          ~Drums~
 

Sonor Drum Kit: 

Using only the finest hand-picked wood selections from eco-

friendly resources, precision metal components, and a superior

lacquering process, each Drum is a piece of art. Made and

assembled with care to meet advanced demands and set the bar

for professional drums, Sonor combines superior tone, leading-

edge design, function and precision to deliver the perfect tools for your musical inspirations. The perfect match for your gig, no matter what style you play! SONOR Sound  SONOR’s Vintage Maple shell is characterized by a soft, warm tone that highlights the lower pitches and provides balance in the mid-range and treble, without sacrificing projection and power.


Egyptian Pearl Inlay Djembe (2): 


 

 

 

 

 

The goblet drum (also chalice drum, tarabuka, tarabaki, darbuka, debuka, doumbek, dumbec, dumbeg, dumbelek, tablah, toumperleki or zerbaghali,[1] Arabic: دربوكة / ALA-LC: darbūkah) is a single head membranophone with a goblet shaped body used mostly in the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia, and Eastern Europe.

 

The origin of the Egyptian Arabic term darabukka probably lies in the Arabic word "darab" ("to strike"). Goblet drums were seen in Babylonia and Sumer dates from as early as 1100 BCE. On Celebes one large form serves as a temple instrument, set on the floor when performed, which could be a survival of the ancient use of the drum.

Remo Bongos:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Remo Bongo - The Remo Bongos feature warm tones with rich bass and crisp slap tones in a high-gloss natural wood finish. Constructed and designed using Toon hardwood, a chrome radius counter hoop and hardware, and equipped with Remo’s Tucked Fiberskyn® drumheads. Crown Percussion® Bongos are ideal for the working musician or student who desires a professional quality sound at an affordable price. Available in sizes 7" / 8.50”.

Remo Congas & Misc. Percussion 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Remo Conga feature warm tones with rich bass and crisp slap tones in a high-gloss natural wood finish. Constructed and designed using Toon hardwood, a chrome radius counter hoop and hardware, and equipped with Remo’s Tucked Fiberskyn® drumheads. Crown Percussion® Congas are ideal for the working musician or student who desires a professional quality sound at an affordable price. Available in sizes 10", 11", 11.75" and 12.50" diameter.

Goat Skin Custom Hand-made Drums: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Different animal skins make for different sounds, their thickness accounting for much of these variables as well as how the skins were cured. Also, different woods will make for different tonality as well. Woods react in different ways to both heat and humidity, and 'season' at different rates.  These drums were custom made for our owner Angelina Sarantis. 

The Remo Designer Series Key-tuned Djembe: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Say it with your hands.

The Remo Designer Series Key-tuned Djembe has great projection and resonance. Originally from West Africa, djembes have since become one of the most popular instruments in world music. Since as early as 500 A.D., djembes have been a part of social gatherings, warrior rituals, worship, healing ceremonies, and rites of passage. This djembe possesses a lightweight Acousticon shell that offers full resonance. It is durable enough to remain unaffected by changes in the weather. A protective heavy-duty rubber bottom increases this djembe™s durability. Beyond its great, full sound, the Remo Designer Series Key-tuned Djembe comes in a variety of traditional patterns and colors that match the drum heads for an outstanding visual appeal.

FEATURES

25" high x 14" diameter

Skyn Deep head key-tuned

Acousticon shell

Durable and lightweight

High slaps to deep tone