Chickenfoot 2011 Tour Gallery

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Chickenfoot 2011 Tour Gallery

The two amps facing in on both sides of the drum kit are Hagar’s, positioned where he intends to play. These amps are miked with a Sennheiser 409 and a Shure SM32.

Bassist Michael Anthony has four racks, three with two Peavey VB-3 tube amps (pictured) in each one and the fourth with several Peavey 700s.

Bassist Michael Anthony (left) and bass tech Kevin Dugan

Bass tech Kevin Dugan at work restringing

Bass tech Kevin Dugan, still restringing

Drummer Kenny Aronoff

Drummer Kenny Aronoff

Drummer Kenny Aronoff

Drummer Kenny Aronoff

Drummer Kenny Aronoff

Drummer Kenny Aronoff and bassist Michael Anthony

Kenny Aronoff is filling in for Chad Smith, and his kit is miked with Shure 91 (inside kick), Beta 52 (outside kick), SM57 (snare top, snare bottom), SM81 (hi-hats, ride) and KSM 32 (overheads); Audix Micro Ds (rack toms); and Sennheiser e 604s (floor toms).

Kenny Aronoff is filling in for Chad Smith, and his kit is miked with Shure 91 (inside kick), Beta 52 (outside kick), SM57 (snare top, snare bottom), SM81 (hi-hats, ride) and KSM 32 (overheads); Audix Micro Ds (rack toms); and Sennheiser e 604s (floor toms).

Drummer Kenny Aronoff (seated) and drum tech Nathan Staley

Drum tech Nathan Staley

Front-of-house engineer Michael “Ace” Baker (left) and Monitor engineer Jim Jorgensen

Guitar tech Glade Rasmussen is filling in for longtime tech Mike Manning, who was unavailable for this leg of the tour.

Joe Satriani uses Marshall amps

Bassist Michael Anthony

Bassist Michael Anthony

Bassist Michael Anthony

Monitor engineer Jim Jorgensen chose the Avid VENUE Profile for its ability to interface to Pro Tools and create a virtual soundcheck, as well as to easily transition from opener to headliner by recalling a scene.

Joe Satriani uses Marshall amps miked with a Sennheiser e 906 for bite and a Shure SM32 for warmth.

Guitarist Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani (left) and Michael Anthony

Joe Satriani (left) and Sammy Hagar

Joe Satriani (left) and Sammy Hagar

Creating an old-school garage-band rock vibe, there are no in-ears in use (except for a few by techs); instead, the band listens off of 20 wedges, a stereo side-fill and stereo drum mixes.

Sammy Hagar sings through a Shure UHF-R with a 58 capsule.

Michael Anthony (left) and Sammy Hagar

Kenny Aronoff is filling in for Chad Smith, and his kit is miked with Shure 91 (inside kick), Beta 52 (outside kick), SM57 (snare top, snare bottom), SM81 (hi-hats, ride) and KSM 32 (overheads); Audix Micro Ds (rack toms); and Sennheiser e 604s (floor toms).

Bassist Michael Anthony

Guitarist Joe Satriani

Guitarist Joe Satriani

Guitarist Joe Satriani

Sammy Hagar

Sammy Hagar

Sammy Hagar

Sammy Hagar

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