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Discussion in 'Amps, Mics & Pickups [DB]' started by jrlynch, Mar 10, 2008.
thoughts on this???
Wow, that's a $h!+ pot load of knobs!
NINE Channels! I think 3 channels is too many for most players. It's a tiny self contained PA.
Wonder how it sound for DB???????
well, the thinking is we have a band with two acoustic guitars, one harmonia player and yours truly on db ... bringing one box to a gig for everyone is an appealing idea ... if it works.
That would be nice, but the impression I got is that the purpose of multiple channels is to set up all of a multi-instrumentalist's axes with their own individual eq and volume, ready to pick up and play.
You said the operative word:"If it works" Rarely have I heard any good sounds coming out of an amp with more than one instrument playing through it at a time. Eric is right, I think the purpose is just to have multi instruments set up at their optimal settings ready to go in an instant...ONE AT A TIME.