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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by lax4bags, Feb 9, 2014.
Mesa 2x15 and 15 &410 with two prodigies. Anyone noticing this?
I guess no one told him about mixing cabinets.
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I guess Sir Paul is not a TB member since he didn't know not mix cabinet sizes!
Just out of curiosity, I wonder who was the "first" one to post on the TB amp forum not to mix bass cabinets - maybe BFM, or was it someone else? Anyone know?
He's used that rig for years. Anyone want to tell him how wrong he is?
He mixed speaker sizes and the world didn't explode?
And his using a pick also hasn't caused the world to explode.
Or his amp!
What were all the VOX amp head and cab's then sitting back there? Just for show?
the mix sounded good thru my system. so did Don's Ampeg. the dude who played w/eurythmics sounded very good. huge!
a good show overall.
ps - I think the Vox were being used by the folks playing the little 6 string things
Since we're bring up old topics.... anyone notice that the backing band and backing singers used music stands? And didn't I see a headstock tuner on Frampton's guitar?
Strategies, not Prodigies.
I thought the imagine dragons white hollow body bass was incredible. Anyone know what kind it was?
Nope! Jeff Lynne had the headstock tuner. Not Frampton.
Very cool. Thanks 20!
Don't mix BFM, or any other horn, because of the differences in horn length. Go and mix different sizes of any other type of speaker/cabinet.
Woah, woah, hold on... wait a second.
I skip the gear threads 'cause my rig consists of 1. a bass (any old bass'll do) and 2. a cable. What's this about not mixing cab sizes in a nutshell?
They're for his guitars.
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