JamminJommy wrote:Lets keep in mind that the post WOS stuff was never on any stage smaller than say, the Great American Music Hall.
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:One sort of related example is Trey. For years he's relied on a compressor pedal and a hollow guitar to allow for very easy feedback to happen at a reasonable volume. I had the great fortune to spend a soundcheck with him a while back when he bought his SMS preamp. I got to stand right there inside his zone and his stage volume is just beautiful, loud, but not at all too loud, and the guitar would almost always be in a constant state of feedback to some degree, even when pretty clean and soft. The notes just bloom after he pics them. But for Jerry to get that type of result with those heavy and dense guitars and with no compression obviously took quite a bit of SPL to get happening on any level. I do think this is why we saw Jer stand so close to his speakers. We should always aim our speakers at our gut where the guitar is and NEVER at our heads where we injure ourselves, and not at our ankles where we injure the people out front.
jx2638 wrote: What's the better play in this scenario to help cut through...is there a preferred distance from amp in a packed-tight bar room?
Tennessee Jedi wrote:" If it aint worth playing loud- it aint worth playing "
or something like that ... cant find the pic right now
unnbrokenchain wrote:^^^ Joke?
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