Jamie J Buchanan has played in various original and cover bands for many years, playing mostly hard rock, metal and punk.
Jamie plays Fender Telecasters using Ernie Ball Beefy Slinky strings through a Orange Rockerverb 50 MKIII coupled with a Orange PPC212 2×12 Cab.
Jamie uses pedals from Earthquaker Devices, Walrus Audio, Jam Pedals, Greer Amps, Boss, MXR, TC Electronics pedals and Kink pedals which are hand-made in Melbourne Australia.
Peter Moulton (aka ‘Dag Nabbit’) was drummer, backing vocalist and occasional lead vocalist for The Smokin’ ‘Billies (short for The Smokin’ Hillbillies). A band that developed their own style, ‘Smokeabilly’. The band performed their mix of thrash, punk, country and bluegrass throughout Western Australia the late 1990’s-early 2000’s. During this time, Peter also ‘filled in’ for several local original bands as required. Peter still plays his original kit, a black 1992 Mapex Mars Pro. Purchased as a 6 piece kit with 10”, 12”, 13”,16” toms, 14” snare and 20” kit, he now uses as a basic 4 piece configuration with 13” and 16” toms. “You still just can’t beat 1990’s rock drums.” He uses Zildjian 13” K/Z hi-hats with a mix of Zildjian A and K Custom cymbals. Drumsticks of choice are nylon-tip Vic Firth 2B. Using a circa-2005 DW5000 kick pedal, Peter is widely regarded as having the ‘fastest single kick foot in the West’ – when playing live he has often been assumed to be playing a double kick!
Has been playing many rock and metal groups ever since he has been able to pickup the guitar.
Mark has played with Seer Cya – a Perth based band, which released one album Prohibition in 2011.
Mark plays many different guitars but mainly, Maton–Mastersound DLX 2000 and BC Rich-MockingBird.
Mark also uses EMG pickups & Ernie Ball – Super Slinkys.
Mark plays through a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier,
For Sprinkles Mark uses the Dunlop Crybaby Mini Wah and uses Boss and TC electronics stomp boxes for effects and sprinkles, namely the DD6 Digital Delay, PS5 Super Shifter, PS6 Harmonist, CE5 Chorus Ensemble,TR2 Tremolo and old Faithfull Tu2 Tuner.
Ethan’s musical journey began with a guitar in his early years, and music has continued to be a constant part of his life from youth into adulthood. During high school, he discovered his passion for drumming, spending most of his time on stage behind the drum kit.
After his time with a local grunge band, Ethan transitioned to the bass guitar when he joined the self-proclaimed “piss rock” band, Spudgun. He also had a brief stint with a local Iron Maiden tribute band, Powerslave, before taking a break from live music to work FIFO for nearly two years.
Ethan is recognized for his energetic stage presence and an unrivalled head of hair. When he performs, you’ll see him playing his Epiphone Thunderbird or a Squire ’70s P-Bass through a SansAmp Fly-Rig and a Boss OBD-3, all connected to a Warwick Gnome head and a Fender Rumble cab.