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Stage lights

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by KeddyLee, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. KeddyLee

    KeddyLee

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    Does anyone own their own stage lights or do you rely on what the club offers?

    We do a Rush tribute band and Rush usually uses the green lasers. Everything I have found on-line does disco swirls if they're green, they have red with them also. Anyone got a place for that?

    Thoughts?
  2. geeza

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    Huh?
    Are you asking a question?
  3. baba

    baba Supporting Member

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    We bring our lights even if the club has them.

    For a selection of laser lighting maybe check Sweetwater. Keep in mind you will need some fog to actually see the laser line in the air. Otherwise it just appears as a dot on a surface.
  4. bassgod0dmw

    bassgod0dmw Supporting Member

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    If I was in a band that needed something specific (like your band) I would be bringing our own stuff.

    Most of the places we play do not have lights so we bring our own. When we get to play somewhere that does have light we just use what they have.
  5. Selta

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    We use house lights and bring in our own... but our stuff in total basically requires 3 phase power, so I think we're talking slightly different setups.

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