My studio is set up mainly to record vocals, acoustic and electric instruments and keyboards. When recording a live band or drums, I'll usually book into Whitewood Studios in Liverpool - - which has a great vibe, experienced and helpful engineers and isn't too expensive. Pro Tools sessions recorded there are easily transferable both ways and they have a wealth of excellent processors and microphones for recording and for the final mixdown if budget allows.

iMac running Pro Tools with Digidesign 003 Factory Control Desk
Universal Audio 6176 Valve Pre-amp and Compressor
UAD-2 Satellite Quad Core with loads of UAD plug Ins
Drawmer & Alesis Dual Compressor / Limiters
Alesis Quadraverb
Quad 306 Amplifier with JBL L-20T Monitors
2 x Technics 1210s and Vestax PCV275 Mixer
AKAI S950 Sampler, Casio CZ-1000
Martin & Fender Acoustic Guitars
Gibson Les Paul Gold Top Guitar
Gold Tone Lap Steel Guitar
Rickenbacker 4003 stereo Bass
Various mics and stands
Kettle, Milk, Sugar & Tea Bags
My Ears