#1
does anyone know if you can get like extreme ear protection?
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#2
May I ask why you need that kind of protection? Place the regular ones deeper in your ear canal. That works well for me.
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#3
...i have sensitive hearing to begin with...and our band is uber loud
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#4
use the earplugs you have now.....then go get some ear muffs and wear them together...might look dumb but it works....well atleast it works at the plant that i work at when the dB goes over 200 dB
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#5
I know there are companies out there that will make a custom earplug out of a mold taken of your ear. We had the option of buying them for shop at school as the equipment we use can get quite loud.
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#6
First off, you should probably turn down. Not many people will go see an amateur band if they will be bleeding from the ears afterwords. Plus, At lower volume levels you'll be able to hear you playing dynamics much better and be able to interact better with other musicians on stage.
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#7
If its that loud then you might want to turn down a bit. I know I wont hang out at a concert that loud very long.
#8
I've done car audio competitions where some of the vehicles break 150 decibels on a regular basis. loudest concert ever was something like 145.

We cut the cords on some old school wrap over the head robber headphones. and wore earplugs.