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Good Morning Shred
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Chattbox Hard Rock/metal



From crushing rhythms, methodical bass lines and percussion, to terrifyingly blistering leads melodically shredding the fretboard, Chattbox still leaves room for ambiance, mood setting, and a whole lot of feeling.








Why this name?
Chattbox is a word play on Chatterton since my name is Shane Chatterton. Naming the band Chatterton seems a little to egocentric. I had named my studio Chattbox Productions, so all email leaving my place ID'd me as Chattbox, plus chatterbox was a grade school name for me, so Chattbox it is.
Do you play live?
To busy recording...

Special Moment:
Back in the early 90's I split to Fla, with nothing but a guitar in a gig bag and a backpack full of cloths, cd's and the guts of a small combo amp that had some sick distortion. When I awoke on my first morning in St. Pete, I could hear a heavy rock band playing in the garage next door. So I decided to go check out the scene. Of course the music was way too loud for them to hear me knock, so I let myself in. Three sets of eyes instantly turned and glared at me as if to say ' who the f*** does this person think they are walking in here like this' but like any self respecting band they kept jamm'n and finished the song. Once the song was over I got the inevitable "can we help you!" spoken with great irritation, (I'm sure they assumed I was there to complain about the noise.) So I introduced my self, I explained that I had just gotten into town, that I was a guitar player, and that I just wanted to check out their band. So right away I'm like 'my names Shane. Need another guitar player?' Dead silence! Then, after a moment... 'What's up Shane? My names Pete I'm the guitarist and singer, this is Shane Bob on Bass and Shane Beaner on drums. Go get your sh*** and set up.' The bass player (Shane Bob) was uncontrollably excited 'Dude another Shane, this is f***'n destiny.' By the end of that day I was the fourth member and third Shane in the Tampa Bay area rock Band 'Organic Jam' named after the scum left on the neck of a guitar after a long jam in the heat of Fla...

So one night Organic Jam is set to perform as the middle act at a night club down in Fla. I was extremely nervous to go on, the band that played before us totally rocked, and were definitely going to be a tough act to follow. We got up there, and we couldn't have been more than four bars in when everyone got up and swarmed the stage. We had this nasty Sabbathy sound, real dirty and raw. So this guy gets on stage and starts head banging into about eight feet of PA cab's, gets them rock'n back and fourth and within seconds the top cab falls of and this guys' getting bounced out of the club. Well the whole place went nuts, just a freak'n swarm in front of the stage. Everyone was totally into us, as if the first band never even performed. We rocked that place four about forty-five minutes Straight, non stop Organic Jam in your face. As soon as we get off stage, this chick jams a beer bottle in my face (trying to be cool) chips two of my teeth, and dumps the bottle down my throat. This was to be a paying gig, but we drank so much we left owing the bar over $250, (oh sorry guys' I'm only 19. We owe you what?) This was by far the most memorable gig experience I have ever had!
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
For the better, Mp3's offer an avenue for indie music to be heard by the masses
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Maybe, If the deal was good.
Band History:
LABEL ARTISTS:

Anger Rot


Chattbox


Kersavage


NedRock


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Your influences?
Chattbox musical influence really ranges from Mozart To Metal. In Flames, Trivium, Megadeth, Metallica, Anthrax, Pantara, Chattertbox, Bethoven, Mozart, Haden, Supletura, Lamb of god, Killswitch Engage, Wargasm, Death, Cavalera Conspiracy, Black Sabath, Ozzy, Van Halen, Led Zepplin, Rush, Guns - n - Roses, Dream Theater, Racer X, Shred,
Favorite spot?
Cape Breton Island NS, Canada
Equipment used:

Outboard gear


A.R.T. TUBE MP STUDIO
Alesis sr 16
Alesis hr 16
Alesis Nano Compressor
Alesis Nano Verb
Behringer virtualizer pro
Behringer Tube ultra gain mic200
Behringer Bas V amp Pro
Behringer Ultrapatch PX1000
Behringer Powerplay Pro 8

Digitech rp 7
M-Audio Delta 1010
Optimus 10 band EQ



Amplification


Crate BV-120H head
Crate BV 4X12
Onkyo
Univox 4X12
Line6 Spider II



Guitars


Godin LG EMG
Ibanez rg 470
Ibanez rg custom
Ibanez performer
Les Paul Custom
Washburn prs copy
Yamaha Custom
Rogue bass
Schecter Bass Studio Elite
Custom made acoustic to Gibson specs


DAW Controller


Behringer B-Control Fader 2000 (BCF2000)



Midi Controler


M-Audio Keystation 49e
Alesis USB Pro Drums w/dual zone triggers w/real heads w/Surge Cymbals
Pearl Powershifter Double Kick Pedal



Recoding Gear


dual Fostex dmt 8-vl linked for 16 tracks digital
Tascam 4 track real to real
Yamaha 4 track mt2x
Pentium 4, 2.6 GHz 1.5GB PC3200 DDR Crucial Ram, running Windows Xp Pro
N-tracks 3.5
Ableton Live
Reason 3
Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.0




Audio Monitors


Bose 301 series 2
Klipsch H-700
Sony SS-U 3030
Techniques (no data)
Yamaha HS-50m



Microphones


MXl 990
MXL V63M
sm58
2 Senheiser condenser overheads
Shure 55s
Shure 33-107
AudioTechnica
Anything else...?

Please visit these other artists on Chattbox Records...



www.soundclick.com/nedrock

www.soundclick.com/kersavage

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