Glad your gig went smoothly
Tue Jan 1, 2019 11:01
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It is always nice when the gig is a simple set up...and the musicians are reasonably easy to work with...and apparently were experienced enough to have their gear ready for pro sound provided at the event.

And it went well because you were home posting before the "ball dropped" according to the time stamp on the message (23:18 Dec 31, 2018), which assumes the "local time" shown on the forum is US Central Standard Time Zone.

  • Sounds like you have a planBoomer, Mon Dec 31 23:18
    The small Mackie mixer and a 115D. They get pretty LOUD. 1000 Behringer watts ;) The 15 should support bass but a stand alone bass amp would be better. But vocals, guitar, and bass guitar, I think it ... more
    • Glad your gig went smoothly — Tony Wright, Tue Jan 1 11:01
      • Early NYE nightBoomer, Tue Jan 1 13:14
        Yup, called my wife at 10:45PM to let her know I was in the car, heading home, to see if she wanted to zip down to the VFW party. She was stunned! She didn't feel like going out that late. Performers ... more
        • A guy could get used to that kind of gig.Tony Wright, Wed Jan 2 07:05
          Mike M gets a wedding gig for his ensemble and then gets the "ceremony" spoken word portion of the sound gig...so he double dips this NYE. You get the bluegrass gig and you are done by 10:45pm. I had ... more
          • NYE is hot and cold it seemsMike M, Wed Jan 2 08:22
            In the 70's and 80's NYE was the only night of the year that EVERYONE had a gig. All of the musicians that I knew had gigs..I'd get called for a few different contractors/bands and took my... more
    • You are correct....Tony Wright, Tue Jan 1 10:54
      He lives in a small apartment with mixed "students" and "room mates" and/or "young marrieds". He still lives with his Mom. Thus space is tight. Volume could be a real enemy of the neighbors, so... more
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