In my head?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Ytsejam777, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Ytsejam777

    Ytsejam777 Member

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    So, this may be a strange question, but one that I have fought for some time now.
    I have noticed that playing live, in the venues where I am asked to either turn my amp&cab away from the stage, or have it off the stage pointing toward the stage, that I generally hear things differently. I seem to have a better grip on how my playing really sounds especially playing very fast licks, sweeps, etc. If the amp is on stage, and especially if it is close, it seems like I hear the notes die very quickly, and I can't "feel" any nuance in my playing. Fast runs and intricate playing becomes very laborious for my and it frustrates the heck out of me. So...am I imagining all of this? Is it some sort of frequency dispersing issue?
    Thought I would turn it over to the forum experts and see if any one else experiences this. My rig is an H&K Triamp MKII w/4x12 cab and a GSP1101 in the loop...

    Thanks!
     
  2. FFTT

    FFTT Member

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    When you're standing up off axis to the speaker cab, most of the sound goes out front
    right past you. Tilting up or cross stage it will act more like a cross stage monitor.
     
  3. memiller

    memiller Member

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    This. Onstage, amps are usually being fire straight into your ass. Unless you're a politician or banker that's not where your ears are. :rimshot
     

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