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What do I need? Is it appropriate for a singer to go to a practice with no mics or amps?
If I do need to be amped, what is the lowest costing equipment I need before we can have a legit practice?
It would be a rock band, modeled after some popular 80's bands.
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You will definitely need to use a mic & sing through a PA. There's no way you can have a legit practice without this.

If you don't have the kit, does anyone else in your band, or does the place you'll be practicing have the kit you can use?

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Quote by itsxsteves
What do I need? Is it appropriate for a singer to go to a practice with no mics or amps?
If I do need to be amped, what is the lowest costing equipment I need before we can have a legit practice?
It would be a rock band, modeled after some popular 80's bands.



Suggested minimum:
Mic (AKG D5 is good and "cheap", don't go cheaper than this!, must have a hyper-cardoid or super-cardoid pick-up pattern), stand, lead, self powered monitor with Mic input (or a self powered PA speaker that can be used as such).
Last edited by PSimonR at Jan 6, 2013,