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Dad3353 last won the day on March 19

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About Dad3353

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    'Douglas' to his friends
  • Birthday 20/08/1950

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    France (33, 53...)
  1. X2 Gallien Krueger Neo 112 Cabs

    The two speakons on your amp are already connected together. One 8 ohm load in each gives a 4 ohm load to the amp. It's exactly the same as if the two cabs were 'daisy-chained. (Incidentally, that's a 'parallel' connection, not 'series', as mentioned above...) Hope this helps.

    ... and that's the 'Smilies' updated, too (until the next forum upgrade ...!).

    ... and done (all except the 'Smilies'; I'll do them later, one by one...). Enjoy.
  4. Small PA, Studio monitors, or something else?

    Are headsets or earbuds not an option..?
  5. Bass Gear

    Didn't they feature in a TV series..? The Only Way Is SX..? ...
  6. Using laptops live

    An Australian, perhaps..?
  7. Caption Competition

    "No, that's G minor. Move the pinky finger up one fret..."
  8. Bass Gear

    Good evening, CS, and ... Plenty to read and amuse you here, and lots to learn and share.
  9. Musicianship vs Personality & Stage Appeal

    And I'm quite the opposite. By default, I'm wary of any gimmicks or dressing up. I'll overlook the first impression if the show really does stand on its musical feet, but I prefer by far sobriety and good ol', plain, honesty in being 'what you are'. I can get involved in a theatrical event, such as a play, where belief is suspended on my part, and a concert of the sort would be an exception for me. No, by default, I'm not a fan of glitter, glamour or glossing-over. As was once said by more famous than I: 'Shut up and play your guitar. '
  10. St. Paddy's

    No, green. Do keep up..! ...
  11. Hello

    Good evening, Dr A, and ... Plenty to read and amuse you here, and lots to learn and share.
  12. Hi all!

    Good evening, AD, and ... Plenty to read and amuse you here, and lots to learn and share.
  13. Hello

    Most non-native speakers make fewer mistakes than the others..! And if one cannot even mildly chastise whilst educating now; where's the fun to be had in greeting our new colleagues, eh..? Spare the rod; spoil the child, what..? If you could only see the errors I make in French...
  14. Drum software?

    +1 ^^, if the budget won't stretch to Superior; less than half its price, and very good indeed.