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  1. Please remember. No mugs of tea on top of amplifiers (or servers)!
  2. I think the issue here isn’t the bass impedance, it’s the effects pedals and extra cables.
  3. I seem to remember something happens with tube pre-amps vs solid state amps. Solid state amps have ‘infinite’ input impedance and tube preamps have an input impedance. IFAIR You can get buffer pedals that will balance the impedance as required. edit: https://www.premierguitar.com/tone-tips-a-crash-course-on-buffers
  4. Now I’m looking at amps. My Warwick proFET5.1 weighs a ton but it’s an awesome amp and I remember listening a fair few years ago to many different heads and just not finding something I liked. Are these Class D amps really what they’re cracked up to be? Most seem to be quite low power. Tenpted by the Mark Bass one.
  5. It’s probably a website database. For comparing amps. Plus it probably stops some people asking ‘does it have DI’. Although some people will read the list and still ask. 😂
  6. Thought this was positive news for a change. Anyone else heard of anywhere getting grants? Farm Factory Studios in Welwyn, Herts have been awarded some money - although they don’t say how much. https://m.facebook.com/393552414014196/posts/4051954974840570/?d=n
  7. I wasn’t sure if your original comment was satire or not. The singer commands the stage. The guitarist on the right is moving a lot. The guitarist on the left is using what space he has. No music stands immediately obvious. That’s not exactly what I’m thinking when I say shoe gazing or fretboard gazing.
  8. @Dad3353 Everyone seemed pretty animated to me.
  9. Nothing to do with what he was playing. It was just expressionless. There are more recent videos of him on YouTube where he raises eyebrows and nods his head and leans back and forth. Maybe in 1961 before TV was a big thing it was acceptable to sit in the dark completely expressionless and motionless. Life has moved on. Show some passion.
  10. Not at all. Are you? That’s is incredibly tedious. How long are his gigs?
  11. Ah yes. Nothing going on here then. Very boring. 🤷‍♂️
  12. What were the conductor and soloists doing? String section? Pianist? I have never seen a classical player sat still staring at their music stand.
  13. I’ve listened to loads of music on the radio. Even have a load of those LP things. I thought we were taking about going to watch a musician.
  14. Even a concert pianist shows some expression and has some movement. It’s about having some presence on the stage. The key is in the word perform.
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