Rehearsal Room B

Rehearsal Studio B Backline
Rehearsal Studio B Backline
Rehearsal Studio B Backline

For booking inquires from 10:00pm – 1am please call (714) 641-2818 to schedule. As our current calendar configuration does not show these times being available online.

Room details

Rehearsal Studio B is 350 sqft (18’x20’x9′) and includes full backline with PA. Backline in this room consists of a 5 piece Tama Starclassic Birch drum kit with 3 cymbal boom stands, hi hat, Pearl Sensi-Tone wood snare, and Tama Iron Cobra kick pedal (please bring own cymbals). (1) Fender Deluxe guitar amp and (1) Ampeg 410HE bass cab with Gallen Krueger 350 amp head.

PA System includes 16 channel Mackie mixer, DBX, DriveRack, (3) QSC K12 speakers, and (2) Sennheiser mics.

High quality Zildjian and Meinl cymbals are also available for rental upon request at a additional $5 per session.

Marshall Half Stack with Solid State Amp Head onsite available for rental upon request at a additional $5 per session.

Music stands and chairs are also available on site at no extra cost.

Independently controlled air conditioning and free wifi connection.

Studio Pricing

Single Musician Rate:

$15/hour all day (2 hour minimum)

Discounted Day Band Rate (11am-6pm M-F):

$20/hour

Full band Rate (after 6pm):

$25/hour

Booking is a 2hr Minimum / 24 hr cancellation / Credit Card on file required / Set-up and Tear down included in reservation time.

Call or book online (714) 641-2818

Booking and Policies

Reservations are accepted 7 days a week: 10am-1am weekdays and 9am-12am weekends.

Cancellations must be made 24 hours before your scheduled time by phone or online. If not, you will be charged the cost of the rehearsal. Texts and emails will not be accepted for cancellations.

Arrive 15 minutes early to check in and load any equipment.

Bands are expected to finish their last song at least 10 minutes before the end of their scheduled time to allow for break down and load out.

We ask that you return all of our equipment to the setup you found at the start of your rehearsal. Amps should be turned off before unplugging your instrument and volume should be zeroed out.  Drum kits are to be put back to their original setup.

Please don’t over-tighten drum hardware and microphone stands.