My amplified rig.

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Re: My amplified rig.

Post by alfonso » Mon Jun 22, 2015 5:24 am

I find if I'm caught without my own gear a little tweaking of the system's tone controls, which generally means cutting the top end a little, does tame a piezo system sufficiently for it not to become too unbearable! If its a FoH arrangement this might mean talking (nicely) to the sound technician.

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Re: My amplified rig.

Post by Bill B » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:44 pm

alfonso wrote:I find if I'm caught without my own gear a little tweaking of the system's tone controls, which generally means cutting the top end a little, does tame a piezo system sufficiently for it not to become too unbearable! If its a FoH arrangement this might mean talking (nicely) to the sound technician.
I agree with this, and I found that recording a loop (digitech jam man) so you can step back and listen can help you set your sound. It sounds different when you step back......
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