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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Guitharley, Oct 28, 2019.
It's context...read the previous post.
The last few sets of Kluson tuners I bought came packed in the same stuff inside the boxes.
Cool, and in case of flooding your amp will float.
Anyone remember the stick on gadget that was designed to give an even sound projection from the speaker by deflecting some sound waves? Can’t remember what it was called but I did try to get hold of one. By the time they were back in stock I couldn’t be bothered.
A beam blocker?
Know what you mean but you’d be surprised how the sound actually ‘comes’ from a point midway between the speaker girl and your ear. Depending how far away you are, it’ll appear to be between about a foot and two feet above the floor.
Yep, reckon that’s it. Never got to try one or read any reviews.
I've seen plenty of guys make their own.
Some attach with Velcro, others are mounted behind the grill cloth.
Do you mean those hubcap looking things visual sound made? I have their amp that came with those. I don’t know if they work but I do know they made the amp way cheaper to buy used.
Good point but not an issue....got one of those swirly gig mike stand beer holders...that way I never have to unlock eyes with the hot dancer who is totally diggin on me when I reach for and chug down a cold one...........ok well that has never happened, but it’s good to be prepared, yes?
Why not just set up your 2x12" vertically?
I do. But it doesn't quite have the same effect as using an angled cab.
Don’t think so, Chunkocaster was right, Beam Blaster it was called.
What amps are you using, and what size Mud Stand?
I have a Fender Princeton (with extra-heavy speaker and transformers), and a Princeton Reverb II. I can't recall the size off the top of my head. I have sent you a PM about this.
I use an OnStage stand also, like this...
I don't like my amp at an angle. Where am I going to put my capo, slide and spare picks?