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post #1 of 6 Old 11-19-2012, 06:14 PM - Thread Starter
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I am adding a link to a photo and description of the gear I have and how I'm using it. I'm trying to put together something that will work so I can play an acoustic set with just vocals/guitar at a small bar. More details are in the pic. If you know how to help me set this up so it will work better, please let me know! Thank you! PS - I forgot to add in the picture that I also have a pretty big Crate guitar amp... it's at my dad's house but I can get it.
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Looks like you need a small PA. None of that is suitable to playing a bar/dive save the guitar. Try renting if buying isn't an option right now.
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Thank you, I appreciate your post. I guess you're right. :/ A PA is necessary. Thank you. smile.gif
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I agree with the PA suggestion. Do you have a local music store near you? If it's a decent store, they'll be able to advise you.

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When you play acoustic guitar in any place other than quiet room, you need amplification. Actually the best in your case would be to get guitar with embedded electric pickup. Your microphone can be adequate for studio, but for live show get one of dynamic type designed to live performances. Just try not to bite it. I would still get mixer - you will need to combine pickup output and two microphones (one for voIce and one for guitar). Also microphone preamp with internal feedback destroyer would be helpful.
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Awesome, thanks you guys. smile.gif
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