|Origin Orange County, CA|
Years active 1997–present
Genres Rock music
|Labels Death Do Us Part|
Music group Saosin (Since 2003)
Name Beau Burchell
|Born December 17, 1978 (age 36) (1978-12-17) |
Occupation(s) Musician, record producer, audio engineer
Instruments Vocals, guitar, keyboards
Associated acts Saosin, Kosmos Express, Open Hand
Similar People Cove Reber, Justin Shekoski, Anthony Green, Tyson Stevens
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Beau Burchell (born December 17, 1978) is an American musician, record producer, and audio engineer from Orange County, California. He currently plays guitar and sings backup vocals in the band Saosin, and was previously in the bands Kosmos Express and Open Hand. Also a prolific producer, he has been credited on over thirty albums (see discography). He also owns the record label Death Do Us Part.
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- With Kosmos Express
- With As Hope Dies
- With Saosin
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On stage, Burchell has been seen playing a Gibson Les Paul Custom, a Gibson SG Standard, a Burny Les Paul Custom, a Fender Jaguar, and a Balaguer Guitars Thicket BB. He plays a Hughes & Kettner Triamp MKII amp through both a Hughes & Kettner 4x12 cabinet with Vintage 30 speakers and a 2x12 cabinet with Greenback speakers. He has also stated that onstage he uses a Bob Bradshaw Custom Audio Electronics Looper, a RS-10 MIDI Switching Module, a Line 6 Echo Pro Delay Unit, TC Electronic G-Major, Shure U4D wireless Unit, a Boss noise gate, and a Dunlop Tremolo Pedal.
To record Translating the Name, Burchell played both a Gibson Les Paul Standard and Gibson SG Standard. He used a modded Mesa/Boogie 2-Channel Dual Rectifier amp through a Marshall 1960B cabinet for the rhythm tracks. The lead tracks were recorded with a Schecter 006 Elite played into a modded Marshall JCM2000 TSL100 amp through a Marshall 1960B cabinet.