#1
I was at a cage the elephant concert last night and it was LOUD my hearing is still not up to par today and when i went to play mine it sounded like muffled and like all the lows were being hid behind the bass im playing through a fender mustang 1 and yes i know its awful sound wise but i got it because of the effects
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#2
Do you think it might be because your ears are still shot? Usually takes me a few days to get back to normal after a gig
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#3
more than likely your ears are still recovering.

That said if your hearing has been that messed with its likely you've done minor permanent damage to them.
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#4
it takes about a week for the ears to fully recover from damage.

venues play live music at well above the threshold of pain of human hearing, for some reason.

your ears are literally scarred and damaged, and the ringing is your little hearing receptors (called cilia) continuing to give your brain a signal, even though they aren't receiving. take a rest for your ears.

so even if you can't hear your amp, don't turn it up. if you hurt your ears while they are recovering, the road to deafness becomes even shorter.


and get some earplugs.
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#5
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it takes about a week for the ears to fully recover from damage.

venues play live music at well above the threshold of pain of human hearing, for some reason.

your ears are literally scarred and damaged, and the ringing is your little hearing receptors (called cilia) continuing to give your brain a signal, even though they aren't receiving. take a rest for your ears.

so even if you can't hear your amp, don't turn it up. if you hurt your ears while they are recovering, the road to deafness becomes even shorter.


and get some earplugs.


oh god that might be impossible im rehearsing at least 2 times with a full band because we are playing a show sunday so it will be loud those 3 days plus im going to a concert this saturday as well haha
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#7
Earplugs or face being deaf in about three years.
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#8
Why anybody wouldn't wear earplugs at a rock show is beyond me.

If people give you a hard time for being lame, **** 'em - you can laugh all the way to the bank in 10 years when they're deaf.

Not that they'll hear you...
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#9
everyone is right. get earplugs. if you forget earplugs, stick some napkins in your ears
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#10
Yea ive worked backstage at many metal concerts everyone has earplugs.
Its a cheap way to save your hearing.
I usually use swimmers wax most people dont even know im wearing plugs.
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