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scottl



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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:05 pm    Post subject: Trop gigs this weekend in A.C. Reply with quote

Hey guys,

I just got a call for 3 nights in the T.S.O.P. room at the Trop casino in Atlantic City. 8pm to 12am

If your going down the South Jersey shore this weekend, stop in! The band is R&B/Smooth Jazz/Dance Typical casino fare. But, the guys are all great players. Drummer is a monster and the sax player has a very Sanbornish style. I am new so I never heard the vocalist but I hear he is great.

Light rig..... Either Fuchs 30 or Glaswerks SOD50 into 1X12 Jenkins box with an Emmy RWB. Baker RF. Probably the 30 on second thought as the room is not a loud one.

I'll bring my rack since I can midi control my delay and reverb. Plus, I get my voltage regulator..... I'll use one wet cab.


Scott
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davidS



Joined: 11 Feb 2005
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Scott,

Congrats on the gig. I hope it went well. When you split out of the loop to feed the wet setup are you using the loop in series to drive the Fuchs return (power section) a little harder? I have been running mine in parallel with my Intellifex since I don't run a separate wet rig. I have been thinking about adding a mixer to run the loop thru so I can use the return as my master volume. That way I can set the amp up optimally and control overall level with the mixer. Most of the time I have been using the Studio (cathode bias) setting to pull the overall volume down a little. It seems that using this setup I don't get as fat a tone or as much much bloom going in the overdrive section as I do when I run in fixed bias.

Thanks. Looking forward to the Jenkins 1X12 clips.
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