• musician 3 acoustic and one electric guitar displayed on grey wall with window

    Instruments

    Musician

  • musician 3 acoustic and one electric guitar displayed on grey wall with window

    Instruments

    Musician

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Jamie Riffs’ first instrument was the Epiphone Les Paul, and he loves jamming on it for electric tracks. He has since received a Wayne’s World edition Fender Stratocaster to mix and match his electric tracks depending on what sound he wants to achieve. He uses a standard white Renegade bass along with his songs.

The Tools of the Trade


Musician and instrumentalist Jamie Riffs uses numerous musical instruments for his sounds and tracks. He has accumulated many string instruments for his home studio. Check out his musical instruments today from the gallery below.

View of musician Jamie Riffs instruments - 5 guitars a bass banjo and ukelele
musician black and white les paul on white background

Jamie Riffs’ first instrument was the Epiphone Les Paul, and he loves jamming on it for electric tracks. He has since received a Wayne’s World edition Fender Stratocaster to mix and match his electric tracks depending on what sound he wants to achieve. He uses a standard white Renegade bass along with his songs.

acoustic guitar on street corner with green door in behind

He loves to play any acoustic string instrument as it is easy to resonate good sound without amps or effects, and there are so many instruments to choose from. Jamie Riffs mainly uses a Suzuki acoustic for his tracks; he also uses his classical guitar and Oscar Schmidt’s twelve-string guitar on occasion. He loves the thick sound of his twelve-string guitar for tracks needing that resonance.

view of musician Jamie Riffs amps Peavey and Trynor and white stratocaster
keyboard displayed in bedroom

String instruments are musician Jamie Riffs’ passion as it doesn’t stop there. He owns a Supra banjo for more of a country-style in songs. His Denver mandolin gives a folk sound to his music. Jamie also has several Kala ukeleles to choose from.

Jamie Riffs owns a Casio keyboard for tracks needing a change from strings. He prefers string instruments but plays piano occasionally.

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Amps & Effects

Jamies Riffs uses a variety of amps and effects for his songs and sounds. He wants each track different from the last. For amplification, he uses a Roland Cube, two Traynor bass amps and two Peavey guitar amps. One of his Peavey amps has built-in effects. He also uses an old-school V-Amp and, of course, various computer programs.

Jamie Riffs is always building his musical arsenal and hopes to add more in the future. A foot drum setup is next on his list. Drums will then be integrated into his tracks to truly be a one-man band!

View of musician Jamie Riffs guitars which features Supra banjo