Fredwreck Reveals Vintage Synth & Guitar Collection

Another clip from the West Coast Theory documentary, producer Fredwreck shows off his personal recording studio and collection of vintage synthesizers, guitars, and other music making tools.

Anything that makes a sound, I can put a beat to it.

Notable Studio Items:

  • Rhodes piano
  • ARP String Machine
  • E-mu SP-1200
  • Sony C-800G Microphone
  • Oberheim OB-8
  • Akai MPC3000
  • Mu-Tron pedal
  • Fender Precision Bass
  • Vocoder
  • Minimoog
  • Roland SynthPlus
  • Hohner Clavinet
  • Sequential Circuits Pro-One
  • ARP Pro-Soloist
  • Sequential Circuits Prophet-5

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4,363 thoughts on “Fredwreck Reveals Vintage Synth & Guitar Collection”

  1. Fredwreck (born Farid Nassar in Flint, Michigan) is a record producer from Los Angeles, California. He got his big break when he became a producer for Dr. Dre’s newly founded Aftermath Records label, and went on to work with Snoop Dogg’s record label Dogghouse Records (now Doggystyle Records) and became a known producer on Tha Dogg Pound-affiliated material. He has produced tracks from Kurupt’s Tha Streetz Iz a Mutha and most of his next release, Space Boogie: Smoke Oddessey; both released during the period the rapper had left Death Row. He has also produced for other hip hop and pop artists such as Britney Spears, Kurupt, Eminem, Ice Cube, Westside Connection, Lil Kim, Hilary Duff, Xzibit, Nate Dogg, Everlast, Cypress Hill, 50 Cent, Mobb Deep, and The Doors.

  2. I dont care how muc this documentary turns out to be! It seems more than worth the price!! (provided its not more than say 29.99 or something, lol)

  3. i’ve been strictly “in the box” to date, but this video has me fiending for hardware. nice little history lesson from fred wreck as well.

  4. Fred is the man! A truly talented and versatile producer. Probably the only producer out there who can claim to have worked with both 50 Cent and Hilary Duff.

  5. Is there any way someone can tell Fred wreck to include some more synths, flutes, and percussion sounds onto his next Drum Files Vol.2? And please, make sure to add those sounds Dr. Dre, Daz, Battlecat, Quik, etc. used in the 90’s? Thank You

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