BDL power supply.
BAE 1064 Mic Preamp. “I was using that on the snare. That’s in British Naval Blue, the color used to paint battleships. When Neve started his company, he needed to buy paint. He went to the government, and they said, ‘We have tons of this naval blue. You can buy it at a tenth of the price.’ That’s why Neves are a gray-blue color.”
Three BAE Neve 1072 Mic Preamps. “These are made from Neve line amps converted into mic preamps. We would often distort Joe’s mic DI with these. He has a massive collection of pedals. One is called a B&M – that’s for Barnes & Mullins in England – and we would turn it up and plug it into the Neve, and we’d just distort it like mad. The result would be an incredible fuzztone.”
API Rack. “For Joe’s room tone, we used a pair of those, hence ‘Far Room.’”
BAE Neve 1073 Mic Preamp. “That was set to do a very driven vocal, judging from the setting on the gain.”