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  1. Yes appreciate that, but that’s a bit of an overengineered solution for the very simple problem at hand! The OP only needed ambient stage sound. I’m assuming he gets everything else from the desk or his IEM unit of choice….
  2. Yeah that was my starting point too, but I didn't have a H4n so spending £30 on condenser mics was the lowest cost option for me (given you're only using the H4n for the stereo mic capability), but if you have one, or a similar recorder, I'd definitely give that a go.
  3. I had this problem. I bought a set of two cheap Behringer C2 condenser mics, set them up in a X\Y pattern using the dual holder they came with and mounted this to a short stand, placed mid stage. Works a treat.
  4. I’m a big fan of the Ashdown Tonepocket, now with Bluetooth. Small and great sound.
  5. A deal is in the offing, thanks for that! 👍🏼
  6. I’m rather interested in this, but has that forearm wear been artificially accelerated, or was that how it came? It looks a lot more severe than other heavy relics I’ve seen… cheers
  7. Hi Karl, are you planning on taking back to bare wood? If this is the case, I use fine sanding pads and then fine grade wire wool (masking all electronics first). Then I use Birchwood Casey Tru Oil on the unfinished wood, and finish with gunstock wax. If you’re just smoothing out a sticky gloss finish or taking out dings then I just use wire wool again, but no oil or wax as the wood isn’t exposed. Lemon oil is just lemon scented mineral oil which won’t do any harm. steve
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  9. It will end when you stop thinking you want a jazz or a PJ and buy this. There’s always a simple solution to seemingly complicated scenarios.
  10. Nah, it’s a workhorse that one, not worth the amount this one is…
  11. Haha good idea, but the rosewood is in ‘players’ condition and nowhere near as nice as this one..
  12. I’ve got a 72 with that. Keeping it though!
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