Nothing special, really. I own good stuff, but didn't like to burden myself with setting it up. So it's just a Tascam DR-40 mobile recorder fed with Mikrofonbau Haun Obrigheim OSS surface boundary stereo mic. It's an very good and open sounding mic, and very fast too, but quite noisy because of the minute diaphragms (same problem as with many Earthworks mics ; though Earthworks are even better soundwise, but are noisy, too).
The advantage is that you can just toss it onto the dinner table, no stands involved, and here you go ... not so much 'tech mode' involved.
After recording fed into Studio One V2 Pro software and mixed down to 16bit/48khz for film, with just a pinch of reverb. No EQ, compression or what else involved (as it is often the case with the posh guitar videos of the famous shops ...)
Music is a big continent with different landscapes and corners. Some of them I do visit frequently, some from time to time and some I know from hearsay only ...