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  • #91
    Make sure it's getting enough input level.
    The first 3 books in "The Musician's Guide to Home Recording" series are available from Hal Leonard and http://www.reverb.com. Listen to my music on http://www.YouTube.com/thecraiganderton, and visit http://www.craiganderton.com. Thanks!

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    • #92
      I just watched Harry Stout's YouTube review and must say that although I have some questions about output wattage, he is way off base with his review. So far I have had none of the issues he portrays as being a deal breaker. To answer your (Anderton's) question above I normally keep my volume controls on my Taylor 520 and 522 set at the detent (about 50%) and my Taylor T-3 I adjust as needed. As I noted above my concern is output volume for the size and environment of the venues I play in. In my home studio/music room it sound great.

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      • #93
        If you turn up the volume on your Taylor, do you get more output volume?
        The first 3 books in "The Musician's Guide to Home Recording" series are available from Hal Leonard and http://www.reverb.com. Listen to my music on http://www.YouTube.com/thecraiganderton, and visit http://www.craiganderton.com. Thanks!

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        • #94
          I have had the opportunity to use a mackie reach in some of my events to check if it really works and the truth has a good sound good bass and a high volume, it is easy to load. The sound is clear and strong, I have worked in restaurants of 50 to 60 people, in venues for the same number of people and in some breweries in my town that are large (warehouses) and your response is great, I use one Guitar martin a voice live 2 and a BBE acoustimax in addition to a rc300 loop station, it is handled with an app (mackie connect) to use the EQ of each channel, in general it is a very good horn before using the bose l1 classic with two b1 But I work 5 days a week playing in different places and loading all that was a lot now is much easier and everything fits in the trunk of the car

          Cons: the eq of the horn per channel and general are only handled with the app, there is no way to move it in the mackie reach, and the app closes followed becomes a little desperate,

          Where it adapts the stand is very tight and at the moment of lowering the mackie reach it is necessary to get a stand with a less thick tube

          Pros: it has a good loud and clear sound, the music or recorded tracks are very good, it is not heavy and fits most cars without getting in the way, bluethoot is a good tool. It is definitely a good buy !!!

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          • #95
            Thanks very much for the report, Feleo. It is comments like yours that add depth to a Pro Review, I'm curious, though...what kind of gigs and type of music do you play?
            The first 3 books in "The Musician's Guide to Home Recording" series are available from Hal Leonard and http://www.reverb.com. Listen to my music on http://www.YouTube.com/thecraiganderton, and visit http://www.craiganderton.com. Thanks!

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