I forgot to mention Accugroove who makes some very good sounding FRFR cabinets (I own myself a Latte)
but they are not especially cheap, they're not amplified and they look more like a bass cab than a guitar cab, but they certainly worth to be mention:
Some companies which make guitar cab looking FRFR cabinets that come to mind:
KPA-Solutions (their blueamp 212FR looks, and is suppose to feel, like a 4X12)
I never tried them myself thought!
Beautifull rig! Welcome!
Of course, Don.
On my budget, with no transport, and for "in a pinch" use on crappy gear (you should see my bike; it's held together by cobwebs), it works, as would olive oil or even lard. Rancidity doesn't matter when everything's rusted anyway.
To be clear, I wasn't recommending the practise; I was responding to Tim's ChapStick question.
I agree that you can't go wrong with graphite. BB Nut Sauce seems like a no-brainer too.
And I would add that Graphite doesn't taste so good in Pina Colada...
Naive to expect a truckload of wah presets based on real-world units to be added in a FW update soon?
Haven't seen them yet, but then again I've just stuck with one of the Kemper defaults for its smoothness and class, so haven't really looked at what's in the unit in quite a while...
I would love a Fultone Clyde preset!!!!!
So so what exactly made the DXR better than the K10?
The DXR10 is not better than the K10 at large but it is better IMO when use with a KPA. Read the precedent post from Ingolf because I totaly share his opinion on the DXR10. I would say that, while the K10 isa very good speaker for PA use, the DXR has this tone that is very usefull on a noisy stage and the mid bump (light mid bump) make it sound more like a guitar cab.
In this price range the DXR10 is a real winner. I personnaly had QSC K10s and replaced them for DXR10s with no regrets apart for acoustic gigs where the QSC shine a little more IMHO.
So @Zappledan was totaly right on this one!
''I think that this release was done to provide a base that could handle a "fallback" scenario in the event of a major issue with 4.0. In other words, your 4.0 rigs will play in 3.30.''
I also have this issue from time to time. Happy to know that it's not hardware related!
Thanks! I have and it sounds ok upon first impressions, but to my ears there isn't that bite. I have not tried to tweak eq's yet. Would you have any recommendations that I could try next time it is fired up?
I'm not a owner myself of this speaker, I just read somewhere that it could be use with cab sim on. But it is most probably not the best way to use them.
It looks great and it's sooooooo light! Some use these speakers with the cab sim on even if it's not FRFR, did you try it? What do you think?
My avatar pic! An Ibanez Musician 1979! Excellent shape great sound!
And I still use it a lot!
I'm still a bit frustrated with my Strat. Been all over the map with pickups. I like the SSL-1's and other pickups I've tried, but some of it is the guitar as well. Tuning issues, action issues. Everyone who plays a Strat knows this fight-back issue which kind of endears you to the Fender line when you tame it to some degree. Don't get me wrong, I love Fenders, but I'm ready for something more hassle-free but Fender in tone.
I want something that sounds like a classic strat but plays more like a PRS.
So I've decided to get a Suhr Classic Pro and give that a whirl. Jerry's Lefties in Sarasota, FL:
It'll come Tuesday. I chose it over the Anderson, Tyler, etc mostly because I wanted to stay under $2k for now. Maybe sell my American Strat and RS4 to recoup the price. (And so my wife doesn't beat me if she finds out)
I really dig the color. They started doing metallic colors recently but I like old school pastel auto colors. I had my Fender painted Daphne since lefties aren't offered in that color (unless you do $3600 custom shop. I had a CS Fender and it was a different guitar every day, I really was frustrated with it) but I think I like green better. This "Surf" is lighter than Fenders "Foam Green" Jerry tells me.
Jerry, btw, can order righties, but he keeps lefties only in stock. Ships worldwide. I've bought a few guitars from him and his descriptions of their playability and character are always honest. Nice guy to talk to.
I bet this one will cost you a bunch of flowers! More seriously I like this color a lot and Scott Henderson, who use much much of his vibrato bar, use a very similar one (with rosewood fingerboard) and he mention somwhere in this video why he never get any tuning issue with it:
Thank you guys for your answers!
I will use some nice Shure SM137 for the choir, an AKG C4000B for some percussions and acoustic instruments and a lot of Seinheiser E835 for soloist and back vocals.
I need a bigger interface than the ones you suggested because I will do some multi tracking but will need to record several students in the same time.
It is why I thank about the Tascam US-08X16 the price is OK but I don't know about the quality:
I need some advice because I will have to record some kids bands and choirs in a school and will need a multiple inputs (the more is better) audio interface to do the job. Some mic inputs and instrument/line inputs. Of course the school don't provide a real budget so what would be your suggestions? Tascam have a very cheap line like the US-16X08 or US-20X20 but I don't know what it worths...
I will use Cubase SX 7.5 and a i7 computer on Windows 7.
They sound more cab like to me. The CLR sounded too processed, for lack of a better word
Well @billbixby, considering your avatar pic I think the proper speakers for you would be more like a wall of five hundreds 4X12 Marshall cabinets that you would totaly destroy at the end of the show for the great pleasure of your hyterical and frantic supporters!
Of course the cabinets would be fake!...
A full-featured floorboard unit with a minimal UI (to control costs) would only make sense with a full-featured PC/OSX/iOS editor as a companion. Since FAS doesn't seem keen on the editor front, my suggestion was a rig "player" unit only.
FAS?...You meant Kemper of course!