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PA system? HELP!!
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The New One
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November 11, 2011 - 12:19 pm
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hey Iøm new in this violin party, and I reeeeally wanna know where and what kind of PA system I should by for my new electric violin....can you guys help?dunno

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There are several people here who will give you a qualified answer but there are at least two questions to answer:

Where do you intend to play?  Your rec room or on stage?

What is your budget?

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Fiddlerman
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November 11, 2011 - 10:09 pm
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The New One said:

hey Iøm new in this violin party, and I reeeeally wanna know where and what kind of PA system I should by for my new electric violin....can you guys help?dunno

What is your budget for the amplifier?

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November 12, 2011 - 4:54 am
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uhm... for answering Olivers question I will say both, cause I wanna play many times in my room (cause I'm living with my school mates on the school) and I too wanna play on the stage with them...

and FM I think I'm there with the....I don't know how to say it 1000 kr.? (danish)dazed

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Fiddlerman
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November 12, 2011 - 7:56 am
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MGN - has some great knowledge about amps and recording equipment and recommends Marshalls AS50D though it would cost you 2,000:-

Check this thread. There are others but I can't find them.

Maybe he has another suggestion more in your budget.

 

LOL, I missed Olivers question. Sometimes I load pages and don't have time to answer them then answer much later without reloading.

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The New One
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November 12, 2011 - 8:29 am
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kay thanks, gonna try that out smile

In that video a maked here:  you step on some kind of pedals, can you give any advice about where I can buy one of those?

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November 12, 2011 - 8:38 am
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I use an inexpensive pedal made by Zoom and is the G-2 model.

There are probably many better ones but I have been too cheap. frown

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I don't really care if its a cheap model, I really liked the sounds that was made with itexactly

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I suppose you can pick one up for 1000:- DKK

Not sure but check this link at prisjakt.

They are cheaper here but I don't know about shipping and taxes.

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Like FM said about another thread I talked about... I really do suggest a Marshall AS50D. It is an amp and also a PA with 2 speakers and even a tweeter. Has built in reverb and chorus and all kinds of stuff. I play a lot of solo gigs with it and get compliments all the time how well the sound fills the room. It sounds great quit and loud.

http://www.google.com/products.....ps-sellers

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