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  1. Hi, I haven't compared the Two10 directly with a supercompact or TC cab. I'm not much of a slapper either. However, my Two10 sounds great with clean tones - I don't use any distortion or drive with my fretless, just the pristine tone of a Markbass LM3. It's not a 'hifi' cab though - it's got a prominent hump in the low mids, and a roll-off in the treble. I f slap's your thing, you might want something with a tweeter (ughhh) 😝
  2. Interesting 30min listen on BBC Sounds: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m00082dr It's all about times when your ears play tricks on you, and how you can apply them to music.
  3. Thanks for the topic Nicko, I was pondering this question only yesterday. On the two outings that our new backdrop has made so far, we've used string and duct-tape. The first time we were able to tape the backdrop to the front of a wide-screen TV. The second, we strung it from light fittings and security cameras. Neither method was ideal. I'm thinking about getting some black bootlaces and using them instead. I'm also considering sticking a hammer and a pack of nails into the gig bag, but I'm not sure how this will go down with every landlord... BTW, I used this lot, and I was very impressed with the quality and the price: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Banners-DESIGN-outdoor-printed-advertising-display/dp/B00Y6V1PAI?ref_=ast_bbp_dp
  4. I've still got a cassette of Bowel II's second Peel Session - their live version of "Evacuate" gives me the shivers even today. 🥴
  5. Regatta De Blanc was the album that turned me from a guitarist into a bass player. (That, plus Outlandos D'Amour and Zenyatta Mondatta). I bought "The Police Complete" manuscript book to learn the guitar parts, and ended up learning the basslines instead.
  6. As it happens, daughter #1 sings like an angel and dances like a professional, but never took to stringed instruments. It's daughter #2 who's got my old Westone Thunder in a rack in her bedroom.
  7. Congratulations! When my first daughter was born (21 years ago this week!) the household was mostly listening to 'Big Calm' by Morcheeba and lots of Bob Marley. (The same daughter's first word was "tar", pointing at my acoustic (gui)tar hung on the wall behind me as she stood on my lap).
  8. I've recently acquired a Two10, which has successfully replaced a Genz Benz 4x10, and can hold it's own without PA support, (paired with a 500W Markbass LM3). I reckon that with a pair of One10s, you'll be fine and dandy.
  9. I did exactly this, and it was a terrible, terrible experience. They sucked all of the joy out of playing for me. ☹️ Now, I'll only ever play with decent human beings. You can always improve someone's musical skills, and play to their strengths and talents, but you can never fix an rusty bullethole's bad attitude.
  10. I'm surprised that TMWHTD is only in one band - one of my MWHTD is in three. In fact in my experience, TMWHTDs are usually the worst tarts of all, touting their dirty skin-slapping skills to all and sundry. Some of them are even in multiple bands!
  11. The vast majority of 'originals' gigs I've done have been on shared stages through the venue's backline and PA. I learned the hard way though that it's a good idea to have a small rig or combo in the back of your car for personal monitoring when the house rig is broken or unavailable.
  12. Apologies! - I normally find it quite hard to GAS over cabs - they're usually a pain to lug about, and they don't come with fancy sparkle paint jobs. Even amps or pedals usually have a pretty coloured LED or two, but cabs are usually just dull heavy black boxes. I felt that I had to write a review because I've never been so blown away by a speaker cab - it totally exceeded my expectations. The Two10 has certainly cured my cab GAS for the foreseeable future (except that, if I had the readies, I'd get another one, but this would be totally unnecessary overkill for my situation, and defeat the point of a lightweight, one cab load-in). In my weaker moments though, I fantasise about two stacked vertically like a slimline portable 8 x 10 - somebody help me! 😉
  13. The dispersion is very good. I've only used the Two10 in 'portrait' mode (one speaker above the other). Last Saturday I was playing in an awkward space where we've had sound issues in the past. The drummer was jammed into this tiny inglenook fireplace with my rig beside him, while I stood out the front so that I could do BVs. For a couple of numbers where I wasn't singing, I squeezed into the fireplace with the drummer so we could better lock-in together. It didn't seem to matter if I was standing way out front or right on top of the Two10 - it sounded great wherever I was.
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