Chris Cornell

August 2009
Mix;Aug2009, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p52
The article features various musical instruments and equipments used by Chris Cornell and the A-list band during their Scream concert. It mentions that the A-list band includes the guitarists Yogi Lonich and Peter Thorn, the drummer Jason Sutter and the bassist Corey McCormick. It states that Chris Cornell uses a Washburn D78SW that has an installed L.R. Baggs Duet II stereo mixing system. Moreover, Thorn utilizes Gibson and Suhr guitars and Suhr-built Custom Audio Amplifiers PT100 ampere.


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