long time no post in this part of the forum!
Just uploaded a new video for our wedding band.
Would love some opinions! I've got some more videos to come so would appreciate pointers!
How much would you guys pay for a sg700s?
It's in pretty spot on condition bar one knock on the bottom side and usual scratches etc. it's a sunburst late 80's model from what I can tell.
Thinking ill offer £550 as that's about the most I've found they have sold for on eBay in a similar...
Because my friend who is a joiner is building the cab. Just wondered really it's not a hassle for him to do it at all. I don't feel like the 4 screws in slats works that well on my current cab. Sounds almost rattly at high volume.
Building a 2x12 dumble style cab. Just wondering if it's a good/bad/stupid idea to biscuit joint the baffle into the cab.
If it's a bad idea, whats the best way? Screwed to lats on the inside or what?
Just practice, that's all it takes really. Of course you can use it's pitch correction feature if you need.
The effects are great actually, that will be of big benefit to myself along with doubling, which are handy to have.
I just got the GTX because of the same offer. Also let me sack a singer from the band ;)
But either way, I've been fiddling with it today and once you've got the presets the way you want them it really sounds great. I like the interface for editing presets and it seems to work very well all in...
Pr30 is my favourite cab mic by a long shot. I've got a Alnico Gold and a G12H in my cab and a PR30 on each, about 4" away from the grille and mixed to taste is as close to spot on as you've ever need. I also recently dropped one of my pair 6 foot off the back of a trailer in a gig in a grain...
Crowther Audio Hotcake, first pedal I ever bought and it's lasted by far the longest. Nearly sold it because my 5E3 didn't like it but my Ceriatone sure does. I can see the Timeline I just bought from a friend staying for a long time. It's like an inspiration box!
Interesting thread, never really thought about this before. Only been singing in front of a band for about two years now but I guess when you sing a wide range of genres, to really do it convincingly you have to at least try and cop some of the style of the song. Some styles are easier than...
Sorry to hijack the thread but which one of these would you be looking at to get a smoother synth lead sound? From a few demo's the Subdecay seems closest but the demo's all focus on the bass synth type sounds.