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    Re: Qustion about Modifying a KM300e

    Some of the Rigel I-110s had a tuner layout like this (image from the Rigel Website).

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    Re: Qustion about Modifying a KM300e

    Borrowing from Rickenbacker 12 strings ..Tuners for a slotted peg head and a regular one can combine
    to make more fit with less space.
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    Re: Qustion about Modifying a KM300e

    It should work i think the Nut Width is 1 1/8” might have to find room for the extra tunners , i don't think it would cost too much if you can do it yourself just need 4 tunners new tailpiece and...
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    Re: Anyone using a QSC K10 soley as an amp?

    One more feature that should be mentioned is that the ZED-10 and ZED-10FX have internal power supplies, so all they need is a standard IEC cable for AC power. No wall wart to add an extra failure...
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    What a lot of people do not realise is that the two hi-z inputs on the ZED 10FX are actually capable of far better performance than most stand-alone guitar preamps out there. This is combined with...
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    Re: Anyone using a QSC K10 soley as an amp?

    I wouldn't worry about the +4 vs. "consumer" line out (or a bit lower) you'll get from pedals. At least not without trying it first. I don't like the idea of stacking up too many things in the signal...
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    Re: Anyone using a QSC K10 soley as an amp?

    Since you already have the MXR EQ and Redeye preamp, there's no reason you couldn't run straight into the K8 or K10 as a personal monitor. The only thing you'd lose might be a little bit of maximum...
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    Thile at Carter Vintage Guitars

    Hey everybody, check out these youtoobs of CT putting some Gilchrists and Gibsons through the paces.

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCkC_RBt7bYlkCI_5VPwFbA
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    Re: Issue with Feedback

    Red eye is a good choice, as is playing gigs that have competent sound techs.

    For louder bands, I actually think the fishman bridge pickup (M200, M300) is a better option than the K&K Twin. The...
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    Re: Issue with Feedback

    There are only two practical ways to reduce/prevent feedback:

    1) Reduce the acoustic energy from the speakers reaching the transducer. Cutting stage volume, careful positioning of monitors and...
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    Re: Issue with Feedback

    Here you go.
    http://www.headwaymusicaudio.com
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    Re: Issue with Feedback

    Put the PARA DI back in the line and take out the SWR, You will volume control from the DI and with it going straight to the PA, it will give a pretty natural sound. Thats exactly the same setup Ive...
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    Re: Issue with Feedback

    where are you standing in relation to your amp? I'm sure you know the closer to the amp and/or if the amp is pointed at you & your instrument it will be much more prone to feedback. If you must have...
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    Re: Issue with Feedback

    I've used a K&K in that configuration, only with a AER amp. I use the DI out to go to the board and the amp for my personal monitor. I've never had any feedback problems. I've used an AKG C411 like...
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