Made in S. Korea, Schecter high rock II humbuckers, 24 fret, ebony fret board, 2 volume 1 tone pull up split for single coil sound, 3 way selector switch, 6 strings thru body, Schecters adjustable bridge, exotic star centered at 12th fret. Dots are on upper edge of fret board very distinguished none on face, neck solid thru.
has midi connectors a lot of sounds and styles no extension
Good to go elsewhere to learn the features. =)
ADAT connections type are required to obtain a perfectly pure sound. Yet this is the sytem of connection is the real weak link: it has rarely been worse! A notch roughly square and shallow, which makes the ADAT cable is just "put" into the socket. it is IMPERATIVE to choose ADAT cables for those who may be brittle, in order to hold a concert. Thick and round cables, by their shape and weight, catch and shoot is imanquable: after a few minutes, ADAT cord exits the notch ... I seek to find if it still exists, for cords, and therefore reliable.
I had a strat imitation L series (yes imitation as real .....) with standard microphones. After reading some reviews I called Mark, who advised me on depending on the amp, of wood my guitar and my tastes. We opted for a set with 50 pickup surbobiné: the high class. Everything is subtle and air, the volume knob of the guitar becomes indispensable. Everything is provided, there are more sounds mushy or drafts. The only problem is now the guitarist's fingers: (
Hello everyone, I have a pair of 14a for 2 years, very good speaker in all, unlike other reviews no failure on my part, but I just get myself a pair of HiMaxx 40A FBT, replacing ProMaxX 14A, I discovered a range above the ProMaxX in terms of manufacturing quality that sound, do not rely on the acute and woofer smaller, 40A is better to listen and more dynamic Also, my advice is simple, for cheaper you have a great product in their hands. I recommend this product FBT, the range HiMaxx well worth what damage is too little known.
Manufacturing Rican for a custom that seems logical, fixed bridge as almost all the Les Paul, 4 knobs (volume and tones) and a selector microphones.
Everything has been said about the characteristics. 1 bag + 1 wooden box + 1 + 1 clip suspended micro = correct at this price it can not refuse!
- Pedal loop, with 5 min of recording (one recording track) without overdub limit. An on / off switch and a volume knob to adjust the volume of the loop. - 9V supply type boss, not possible on battery power, a USB port (for MAJ in TC). - True Bypass. - Format ultra mini, which is handy for not cluttering the pedalboard. - The switch is very responsive and very sensitive (there is no strength, so no outside noise or the amp). - For the manufacture I put a good 9/10, compared to what it offers (and how to sell TC), is no lie, no deception.
Hybrid technology: transistor amp, with a lamp in the preamp section. 15 Watts. Bowl 12 "in a closed cabinet. 4 sections: Master: Volume, Reverb EQ: Bass - Treble Overdrive: Volume / Gain Switches OD1 / OD2 Normal: Volume one input The rear outlet, external speaker and footswitch On paper, the amp seems very well designed ...
Micro singing but can also serve transplanting guitar amp.
- James Hetfield Signature - Mahogany body - Mahogany neck - Ebony - Scale: 628mm - Nut Width: 42mm - 22 Extra Jumbo frets - 2 humbucker EMG - TonePros TOM Bridge - Cordier TonePros
dynamic microphone for vocals and instruments
the manual is not available or (I do not know for that matter) Japanese, Korean? some tutorials on youtube
Microphone type: Cardioid dynamic vocal microphone, rather dedicated to the scene. Everything has been said over the decades on the microphone, however, I was invited to give an opinion. To be used as a singer and sound engineer, I know the two sides of its use.
this is a nice card that reminds some old sounds and old memories. If we consider this as a collector at that time, "yes" is a fun little card that will delight some nostalgic and can be very useful around the mix of those years.
Super efficient, small, practical ... nothing to say
This is a lamp with a gain quite expensive (comparable to Tunsol 12AX7) a little ground in the mids, it sounds a little "vintage". I think it sounds great in position V1 low gain, it adds wealth to clear his (nice bass + treble crystalline). on the other hand, it goes to the gain ( 3 on my amp) it begins to saturate VERY quickly and the sound management of low frequencies, which is fairly typical of Russian lamps. So, in my amp (100w Jetcity) saturated sound loses the definition (but what a potato!). I therefore prefer to V2 position (lamp used only by the saturation of the amplifier channel), the grain is very "grainy" and the distortion quite elevated. To summarize, a good lamp cheap. But beware, if your bass amp has already beautiful, it will be a little too heavy. on the other hand, if you have a feeble or too loud amp, it apporterta gain and depth to your sound.
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The key features of the machine: - The sound system is completely analog. - Mono single tilt (but see below how tilt!) - Each parameter has its own button on the front, except some behaviors such as legato or behavior aftertouch which requires the use of the software to be modified. - A formidable multimode filter - No presets
everything has already been said.
The DIGIMAX LT was interesting on paper: the ideal tool to fatten your sound card 8 ADAT preamps.
mainly used for singing. dynamic type unidirectional cardio bp: 50Hz - 15,000 Hz theoretical imp 150 ohm (real 300omhz) info from wikipedia Weight approx 300gms
microphone singing, ok for the sound live cardioid dynamic type of
Used for 4 years and then sold. I am not a connoisseur cab do with little tried but I'm glad I sold it so disfigured my blackmore engl. Its steep, hard, full of high mids ... Anyway, I prefer to listen to my ears that opinion and I must say I much prefer his accomplice to 125 euros, the G212 has made me rediscover my amp with happiness without breaking the bank too. I do not finally found the value for money that good because it was the sound of my amp. Rather, I would turn to a small marshall or Orange or his little brother for those who really do not have tunes.
The SM58 is a dynamic cardioid microphone proximity (with proximity effect), usually for live voice when you can not afford a Neumann km105 8 times cher.Il is for all purposes, to an amp or an acoustic instrument , percussion, I have not tried a bass drum, should see its allowable pressure not to burst the membrane or burn the coil. Live if you have a basic set right with a minimum of 2x300 watts rms for a small room of 100 people, you're everywhere to me 58 if you have anything better, it's not bad his sound is the ball. Even in the studio for a compressor without battery it goes too ... especially if the sound is not to inform you about top.Continue audiofanzine you will find a wealth of info and link all audio issues. A +
I buy these little speakers in May, some concert and contra DJ. Where to start, 35lbs (16kg), very small, 2-position tripod can tilt, one very comfortable handle and a ventilation flap that acts as a handle, the door is the ideal size for storing to iec power cord. Very nice finish, nice looking, very sturdy (wooden) and grid quality. IEC without lock, in hand or XLR mic and 1/4 (two connectors), XLR out, ridiculous power consumption. Despite its unique woffer 12'' (30cm) this enclosure, when mounted on a tripod is able to reproduce deep bass either inside or outside. I still recommend using it with a boomer. When used with woofer, a switch at the back is used to make'' flatter'' So for the concert without boost bass frequencies. HI and MED level, she's doing very well. Good performance and good projection, some can aggressively in the medium, but with a few easy touches, no problem, even at high volume, the speaker sounds very even without sagging. For those who want to use it as a wedge, the JBL above were really planted, only 30 degrees, it may be convenient for a seated musician or if it is placed 2 meters away from the scene, there are still using the address box with a lid. I use it mainly on my concerts as side-fills with reinforcement of PRX625 (X4) and sub yorkville. It accomplished its task very well. At first listen I was delighted. I used to work with the srx series jbl outside, a series that is unfortunately, this is far from a similar product for the srx had tweeter 2'' and pushed a lot, prx but still defends well. The only small problem I would say is that the amps heat very quickly and a lot, but it is forced air technology and the hatch at the back for the bass reflex (which generates a lot I must say) is also to cool it. Manufacture and assemble in Mexico, not in China, JBL and Crown Amp, this joint always miracles. Buy new Solotech to $ 850, I must say that they are no great products for the price that can match it. I recommend without hesitation. I also recommend carrying cases.
It is a dynamic microphone, cardioid unidirectional type mainly known for being the reference microphone singing stage. Bandwidth: 50 Hz to 15,000 Hz Output Level (at 1,000 Hz): -54.5 dBV / Pa (1.85 mV) Impedance: The nominal impedance is 150 ohms (300 ohms actual) for connection to microphone inputs rated low impedance Phase: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 Connector: XLR male Body: Cast steel with spherical steel mesh Net Weight: 298 grams
I buy these covers in May to accompany my pair of PRX612M. Product quality is perfect with a good thickness, which makes the product well protected. For small I usually takes top box on wheels, but for the price and use, they are fine for me.