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  • Small gig on the 4th.

    Provided the gear for a local up and coming band.  EV's ZLX-15P's for FOH and KV2's EX-10's for monitors

     

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    Thanks,
    Bill Cronheim
    Entertainment Systems Corporation
    Back stage since 1965
    Equipment specialist since 1973

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    Perfect

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    • #3

      Nice! Brings up one point though - that stoopid long boom on the SL vocal mic. I have quite a few of those "fixed" booms and was thinking of cutting them down to 18 inches of extension maybe . Obviously I need a couple long ones for overheads and one for the drummer's mic but is there any good reason to leave the rest long? I hate the way they look on stage with the arse end sticking way out like that  - plus I do a lot of super small "stages" where they up take too much space.

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    • #4
      I use the shorter booms as well. Less chance of someone bumping into the long boom and jamming the mic into someone's grill.
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      • RoadRanger
        RoadRanger commented
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        StratGuy22 wrote:
        I use the shorter booms as well. Less chance of someone bumping into the long boom and jamming the mic into someone's grill.

        Exactly - I do a fair number of micro-stages . What I have been doing it leaving the mic stand itself totally "down" and using the length of the boom to go mostly "up".


    • #5

      First nice clean setup. Bet it sounded great as well. What did you use on the upright bass?

      I've tried these on a few gigs. Very solid locking "teeth" so they don't slip. Down size it you have to loosen them up quite a bit to adjust. Only other drawback is you can't spin the shaft the mic is on for fine adjustments using them on say drums. But overall I like them for small and solid.

      http://www.amazon.com/Stage-MSA9503-13-Inch-Posi-Lok-Mini-Boom/dp/B0002E550E#productDescription

      Picture of them in use.

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      • RoadRanger
        RoadRanger commented
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        ^ I do have a couple of those. They come in three lengths I think. They do have "lock nuts" so you can fix the rotation of the mic clip. I'd get more except I have all these cheap booms already LOL .









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