Re: Do you mike an amp or use it's line out?
- From: PMG <xxxxxxxXX@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2005 21:53:56 -0500
On Thu, 28 Jul 2005 00:15:05 GMT, oasysco <fuddruckers@xxxxxxxx>
>"Greg Cisko" <gcisko@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:toidnZGCbc0mhHXfRVn-
>> "PMG" <xxxxxxxXX@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> I have a question. There seem to be speaker simulators, or is that
>>> emulators. Are these good alternatives to mic's for guitar amps, or
>>> is using a mic still the best way to go?
>> Since you are the authority on everything guitar and guitar amp,
I'm an authority on nothing at all.
>> I figure this is a trick question.
Careful... It's a cheap trick question, complete with checkerboard
logo, and goofy hat.
>>Shure SM-57 all the way :-)
Great old standard. No doubt about it.
>I've had good experience using my Sennheiser E835S, too.
Not really familiar with Sennheisers. Other than that they made those
really cool looking mics that got use at the Concert Of Bangladesh,
Used to want one of those. And a white Strat like George played. But
that was in the '70s before I realized that I'm just not a Strat
But has anyone used speaker emulators in live situations, and can give
them thumbs up, or thumbs down?
But if you are after mere parlor tricks,
you will be sorely disappointed. --Dr. Orpheus
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