Stevo123 wrote:Brad I hear ya about mixing Bob higher! It's really not the same experience at a show when you're straining yourself to hear him. That's how it was for most of the red rocks shows and it was a bit of a buzzkill. I think he's just so trebly at times that it's hard to get that sound to travel very far, so he might be loud at the soundboard but 30 rows back you get a whisper.
waldo041 wrote:i actually think this is the problem, no healy!!! the furthur soundman makes a better recording then he does actually ensuring each seat gets a quality even sound. i think all these complaints about bob fall more in line with the soundman rather then bob. i was at fridays show and the closer you got to the stage the better the sound was, the farther away you got the less you could hear, vocals were muddy, phil. bob, jeff and jk instruments all were subpar volumewise at a distance. listen to the sbd of the show, and everything is just right.
on topic though, imo, bobbys new strat sounded better then the LP.
eeeeee wrote:I think it was here that I had a conversation about Bobby playing a Les Paul back in the day and I finally found a photo of it from 1971. I think I have one in print somewhere that's a little better, maybe from the Taper's Compendium color section?
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