New Order
  • Akai S900
  • ARP 2600
  • ARP Omni
  • ARP Quadra
  • ARP Sequencer
  • Boss Dr. Rhythm DR-55
  • E-mu Emulator
  • E-mu Emulator II
  • E-mu SP-12
  • Fender Stratocaster
  • Fender Stratocaster XII
  • Fender Thinline Telecaster
  • Gibson SG Standard
  • Moog Source
  • Oberheim DMX
  • Octave Plateau Voyetra 8
  • Powertran 1024 Composer
  • Powertran Transcendent 2000
  • Rickenbacker 360/12
  • Roland TD-8 V-Drums
  • Roland TD-10 V-Drums
  • Roland TD-20 V-Drums
  • Roland XP-80
  • Sequential Circuits Poly-Sequencer
  • Sequential Circuits Pro One
  • Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
  • Simmons SDS-4
  • Simmons SDS-5
  • Simmons SDS-7
  • Vox Phantom Special VI
  • Yamaha DX5
  • Yamaha QX1
  • Yamaha RX11
  • Yamaha TX416

Peter Hook

  • Basses: Hook claimed to have played a Yamaha BB1200S "from September 1980 to the present day, on every record New Order ever made and any solo project". He's also known to have used a Shergold Marathon six-string bass, a red custom Eccleshall Gibson EB-style hollowbody with active Yamaha electronics, and a black custom Eccleshall 335-style hollowbody.
  • Effects: The Electro-Harmonix Clone Theory is a staple of his sound. Hook also used a delay, which at one point was a Korg SDD-300.
  • Amps: For much of the early years of New Order, Hook used a Martin Hannett-built rig consisting of an Alembic FB-2 preamp going into an Amtron DC300A power amp fed through two custom 2x15 Gauss-loaded cabs built by Chris Hewitt of Tractor Music. He also used a Roland preamp with this setup "to get a send and return for [his] effects". At some point, he used a Hiwatt Custom 100 going into a 4x15 Gauss-loaded Marshall cab built by Tractor, which was stolen during New Order's first American tour. Later in the 1990s, Hook used Hiwatt 200 heads going into Hiwatt 1x15 and 4x10 Fane-loaded cabs.
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