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    Not even the best bassist in my band
  • Birthday 22/03/1989

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  1. Fwiw I'm afraid I'm going to disagree with the right honourable Mr. Krow here. I tried a 712 for a gig once (when we had really good pa support) and I found it farty and distorted to the point where I was worried about damage at gig volume and I had to run it too quietly instead. I've also previously spent a lot of time with both of those speakers in a rehearsal room. I know everyone has wildly different volume requirements but it really didn't work for me. That's a gig that one of my old Barefaced FR800s regularly breezed through whilst practically idling. Now, a 732 or above on the other hand would be a different beastie. Here's me having words with my 712. I have to say, it's a brilliant PA top, but it leaves a bit to be desired as a bass amp.
  2. Girlfriend uses the Etymotic ones when I'm practicing.
  3. I took the easy way out and bought the Phil Jones Bass ones, they sound great for about £70.
  4. Are they still going? SoundOnSound seems to suggest it's over £350, which does seem like a lot...
  5. Gk Plex hits 2 and 3 nicely. I loved mine.
  6. Then I thoroughly recommend either the Orchid Electronics or the Countryman 85. My 85 has been to pretty much every gig I've done for almost 20 years now.
  7. Like the stuck record that I am, I was going to recommend these but it seems I've been beaten to it. Oh well then, consider this a plus one. M81 has also been mentioned and is also great. Lastly I know hartke make a nice one but I've never used it so can't comment further.
  8. Yeah the nano has a different case to every other PT board. As mentioned above you're supposed to run the two loops of strap around a gig bag.
  9. How do you find them generally? I've long fetishised Adam Audio but they've never had a product in that price bracket before. I wondered if they were a bargain as a big player develops a great smaller speaker or if they were a cash in on the name and not actually very good..
  10. FWIW the produce like a pro guy has spoken several times about how much he likes the ilouds. Is this just for audio work or also for listening to music? I find studio monitors fatiguing for actually listening to music or watching films as they're far too harsh. I spent a few years messing with eq profiles or trying to have two sets of speakers but eventually just settled on some pretty-flat hifi speakers, in my case Microlab Solo 9C. I'm over 90% listening for pleasure and less than 10% audio work though, and when I do it's just for me so I decided that them not being reference-grade was worth it over trying to listen to youtube/spotify low-quality mp3s on studio monitors! EDIT - Interestingly I loved studio monitors for the (tiny bit of) video gaming that I do. Bottomless bass and extended highs make for some really cool sound effects and foley that you miss out on using standard 2.1 pc speakers.
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    Sold Al my Rolls preamp and I couldn't have asked for more from a buyer. Ideal.
  12. That's clearly a ridiculous question. You can have eight 4R cabs for 8000 watts though. :D
  13. I get the economics argument as it will obviously drive the price up but not that it's too difficult. For one, most dedicated wireless units are standard across the different countries now, and for two Line 6 already do it.
  14. Rolls sold. Remainder on ebay but I'd prefer to sell here so please do make me an offer.
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