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Jason Huntoon

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making a pruchase
« on: May 28, 2012, 08:20:41 pm »

After another gig with faulty equipment we are making a purchase.  We have top of the mark 2000 to spend.  We often play for 350-450 people.  Guitar, Bass, keys and 5 vocals... shoot!
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2012, 08:28:26 pm »

After another gig with faulty equipment we are making a purchase.  We have top of the mark 2000 to spend.  We often play for 350-450 people.  Guitar, Bass, keys and 5 vocals... shoot!
I would recommend Beef Brisket, cole slaw, and corn on the cob for everyone. I think you will find that this will greatly improve your event.
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2012, 08:31:12 pm »

I would recommend Beef Brisket, cole slaw, and corn on the cob for everyone. I think you will find that this will greatly improve your event.

Yummy.  Count me in.
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2012, 08:35:36 pm »

I would recommend Beef Brisket, cole slaw, and corn on the cob for everyone. I think you will find that this will greatly improve your event.

I'm good with the Brisket, maybe the cole slaw but the corn kills my low card diet  :P
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2012, 08:40:00 pm »

After another gig with faulty equipment we are making a purchase.  We have top of the mark 2000 to spend.  We often play for 350-450 people.  Guitar, Bass, keys and 5 vocals... shoot!

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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2012, 08:46:44 pm »

After another gig with faulty equipment we are making a purchase.  We have top of the mark 2000 to spend.  We often play for 350-450 people.  Guitar, Bass, keys and 5 vocals... shoot!
I suggest using a better tap on the keg.  Plus maybe add some ice next time.
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Re: making a purchase
« Reply #6 on: May 28, 2012, 08:51:32 pm »

After another gig with faulty equipment we are making a purchase.  We have top of the mark 2000 to spend.  We often play for 350-450 people.  Guitar, Bass, keys and 5 vocals... shoot!

Before you actually buy anything, and before you ask other people for recommendations you need to define what you are trying to accomplish.

You need to decide what parts of your current system can still be use, and how much of the band you need to put through the PA.

Once you have decided these things I'm sure people will know how to answer your question.

Mac
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #7 on: May 28, 2012, 08:54:05 pm »

Condoms. Condoms for all!!!!
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #8 on: May 28, 2012, 08:54:33 pm »

Before you actually buy anything, and before you ask other people for recommendations you need to define what you are trying to accomplish.

You need to decide what parts of your current system can still be use, and how much of the band you need to put through the PA.

Once you have decided these things I'm sure people will know how to answer your question.

Mac

Mac,

You just killed the picnic!
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Re: making a pruchase
« Reply #9 on: May 28, 2012, 09:09:15 pm »

Before you actually buy anything, and before you ask other people for recommendations you need to define what you are trying to accomplish.

You need to decide what parts of your current system can still be use, and how much of the band you need to put through the PA.

Once you have decided these things I'm sure people will know how to answer your question.

Mac
There are times when we need the whole band (for drums most likely just the kick) through the pa.  For the most part we try to just use the pa for vocals but we do play to some larger crowds.  Our existing system (with the exception) of our mics is shit.  We may use the speakers for monitors and have a monitor amp... we need FOH. speakers (powered or amp) mixing board, sub?  all for under 2 grand that will not quit while we are playing (happens all the time with our Berin... piece of shit
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