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Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by CallMeAl, May 6, 2019.
Wow! Thanks for sharing! That does look a lot more practical than a crate.
Oh forgot to mention, trumpet player told me "I wanna call you 'Iron Man' cause you dont flinch! You're so steady!" Nice compliment, I'll take it!
@nbsipics CHICAGO! My girl's favorite -we got tickets for July.
@alanloomis1980 any compliment from a trumpet player is high praise! That is very nice.
As part of a 3 pc with a cajon and no drums, I also find that I don't miss the drums. Balancing the sound is so much easier and the cajon sounds fantastic. I don't know what kind of mic our lead singer/cajon player purchased but it clips right to the hole on the cajon, so unlike a standard mic on a short stand, if he moves the sound never changes.
Load ins with a smaller setup are nice aren't they?
Good gig report, call backs tell you all you need to know about your performance!
As a reformed trumpet player myself, I know it's a very high honor! (Egomaniacs, those trumpeters )
I just love it. It allows us to play low volume gigs, dinner hours, brunch, happy hour, etc. Its still weird to me to not be the first one set up!
I built a little stand for that. I had some leftover plywood, grabbed a bit of scrap conveyor belt from work and bought some rubber feet from Amazon. Cost me $5 and an hour of my time.
Thanks for sharing your gig. I really enjoy seeing and hearing everyone's stories.
Love the pics, thanks for sharing. I played with a cajon drummer for a few years and loved the easy load ins (I used a small 1x12 Markbass).
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