#1
is it a good idea if i live in a apartment and i want to buy a mesa half stack, and leave the stack at church (where i perform)?
#2
1) i doubt you need a stack for church
2) if it gets stolen i doubt the church will claim any liability
3) not a good idea
#3
A lot of churches get hit. Thieves know good equipment is usually there.
#4
Quote by havocrus
A lot of churches get hit. Thieves know good equipment is usually there.

Yep. A few years ago somebody stole a keyboard and acoustic guitar from my church. I wouldn't risk it.
And why do you need a Recto for church anyway? I don't know any curches that are that "contemporary".
If you could blow up the world with a flick of a switch,
Would you do it?

If you could make everybody poor just so you could be rich,
Would you do it?

With all your power,
What would you do?
#5
oh shoot, i forgot my church got hit a while back, but they got the the crooks. its ironic, cuz the crooks were actually pastor's kids...

honestly tho, a halfstack is like over a good 100 pounds, a keyboard is like 70? and an acoustic guitar...well, i could pull that off at Sam ash.

and yea, my church is contemporary, if i was to get a power attenuator, is that okay?
#7
honestly tho, you guys seem to go to church...


ever hear of Delirious and Hillsong united?
#8
Go for a combo and commute with it. My Marshall 50W 4502 Dual Reverb is plenty for a 1000-2000 person venue. I actually sold my 1/2 stack because it was overkill.