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 #50913  by Phatboy
 Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:27 am
tigerstrat wrote:Most of the '82 and '83 SBDs I've gotten ahold of have been terribly unbalanced in the mix.

alot of 80s JGB is mediocre in sound quailty. Always have been since cassettes way back when

 #50920  by tigerstrat
 Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:11 am
Phatboy wrote:
tigerstrat wrote:Most of the '82 and '83 SBDs I've gotten ahold of have been terribly unbalanced in the mix.

alot of 80s JGB is mediocre in sound quailty. Always have been since cassettes way back when
Actually I am talking about very HIGH quality SBD recordings fed straight from the PA main or monitor mix that are practically unlistenable due to the poor balance in levels- as in drums, keys and vocals very loud, but guitar (and sometimes bass), buried in the mix. This can often happen in small venues when the guitarists are so loud on stage that they need very little sound reinforcement in the PA, therefore the resulting recording has them turned way down.

 #51979  by Zooomabooma
 Sat Oct 25, 2008 1:27 am
owL wrote: and check out http://musicneverstopped.blogspot.com/ some dead shows and a few JGB
That's me (the URL there) ... about a month back I put up 12-3-83 and I'm hoping to put up a 12/77 SBD somewhat soon. I've got a few more (Jerry) SBDs posted plus a bunch of AUDs that are just sweet.

Enjoy!

 #51991  by CaptainTrips
 Sat Oct 25, 2008 12:26 pm
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 #51993  by b weird
 Sat Oct 25, 2008 1:10 pm
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 Sun Oct 26, 2008 9:03 am
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