When it comes to the complex art form of making a record, no one can argue with David Bowie's mastery and command of the studio. The Thin White Duke has spent five decades ignoring the boundaries, using the recording studio as an organic extension of his music rather than a sterile laboratory that simply captures it. His extensive use of digital effects, a small army of synthesizers and workstations, and a variety of odd-ball guitars and instruments have helped shape and dismantle his moving-target of a sound in a way that only Halloween Jack is capable. Have a look through this collection of gear and discover some of pieces to David Bowie's sonic puzzle.