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Zodiac Mindwarp

Article from International Musician & Recording World, October 1986

Paul Henderson tells you exactly where to put a Sleazegrinder


- Gibson 'Sleazegrinder' (customised Les Paul Standard)
- Hamer'Scarab'


- Lead vocal via Shure SM58 mic.


- Roland bass synth controller.
- Status Series 2000


Drums: Yamaha 9000 Recording Series:
- 10", 12", 14" rack toms
- 16" and 18" floor toms
- 24" bass drum
- 14" x 8" snare (no name)
- Tama chain-driven bass pedal

- Zildjian 14" "New Beat" hi-hats
- Sabian 18" crash
- Paiste 2002 18" crash
- Zildjian 22" ping ride.

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International Musician - Oct 1986

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