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fuzzball

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  1. Nice review. I tried to get them to send me a unit to review (or get me one at a discount) and use for project presentations at our college but they never answered my request. I get a small budget from the college each year for this but I am currently out and I have to pay out of pocket. It was a shame because I was going to use it in my "best bang for the buck" portion of my audio seminar which would have been seen by many. PRS treated me great recently and I know my seminar at least helped them sell 20+ guitars in the last month.
  2. I have a great condition RP150 with box and instruction manual. I also Have a excellent condition Boss ME20. Please make reasonable offers.
  3. http://www.rondomusic.com/cgi-rondomusic/sb/productsearch.cgi
  4. That is idea I had in mind. You may be shocked with how much you can do with a very small budget. I did that in my old studio, and I will do this also in my new studio.
  5. Get several heavy rolls of cloth...hang them.
  6. I want the digitech Harmonyman Items I have for trade: Digitech RP150 Behringer PB100 tube preamp Rocktron Hush pedal 2 MXL 990 mics A compound bow (like new) and more PM me if interested.
  7. I want the digitech Harmonyman Items I have for trade: Digitech RP150 Behringer PB100 tube preamp Rocktron Hush pedal 2 MXL 990 mics A compound bow (like new) and more PM me if interested.
  8. I also have a Behringer preamp booster pedal and a stratocaster pickguard.
  9. I am considering the hot rails. I have a rocktron hush pedal (not in great shape, but works perfect).
  10. It may be.... Could you use a POD Xt?
  11. Once again if anyone has an POD XT pro for trade for a XT bean and something else let me know.
  12. Wanted: Digitech Jam Man.
  13. fs-u5 question, will this work as a channel switcher for a me20?
  14. Originally Posted by HaloRecordings I know some of you have been using your laptops for backing tracks, to play songs in between sets and as a teleprompter. As anyone who owns a laptop knows, they don't work to well in sun light. The sun washes out the screen. You can't read it. Because I've encountered this issue on more than one occasion, I did a Google search for laptop visors/hoods/shade. I found a visor by "Compushade" on Amazon for $27.95. It looked kind of cheap and not practical. Also on Amazon I found "i-Visor Slim Laptop Case" for $64.99. Looks nice but too expensive for me. So I started looking in all the local stores for something I could tweak to do the same thing. I looked in Target, Wal-Mart, Lowes, Home Depot. I looked at Rubbermaid containers and other types of containers. I finally found a container in staples that fit the dimensions of my laptop perfectly. It cost me $12.99 plus .99 cents for a can of flat paint for the interior. It works pretty good and doesn't look half bad. I can read the screen and it helps protect my laptop from the sun. I cut a small hole in the back for the power and a small hole on the side to attach my USB foot switch. Look at the attached photos. This may work for you also. David Thanks for sharing, that looks like a cool idea. I may have to do that if I can't find a tablet I like. My main goal is to get a cheap tablet pc and have it mounted on my mic stand or another mic stand.
  15. Could you give some pickup descriptions (color) (position)?
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