Gwynnell
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Right, i'm in a band, my singer is brilliant but he ever doesn't turn up or doesn't learn the lyrics, he's had a set for about 2 months and hasn't learnt them.

I was wondering, how good is the quality through an amp compared to a p.a system for vocals, and would a marshall mg100 cover a full band?

Thanks

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Quote by Gwynnell
Right, i'm in a band, my singer is brilliant but he ever doesn't turn up or doesn't learn the lyrics, he's had a set for about 2 months and hasn't learnt them.
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happens to me too...
I hate that.
We have a gig in May and we started like 1/2 months ago and he never turned up.

I think 100 solid state watts will be enough to hear the singer over instruments.
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Sounds like you need a new singer. Don't put up with lazy arses like that otherwise you'll get nowhere. My band's been around for 8 months but never kicked off until 2 months ago cause our drummer never turned up. We kicked him out 2 months ago and ooh look at that, we got going 2 months ago =D
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You don't need a singer like that. Doesn't matter if he's good, he obviously doesn't give two ****s about the band.

And I wouldn't get an MG for vocals. MG's are well known for quality issues (overheating and breaking during shows). I'd get a higher quality, more reliable amp or other method of amplifying vocals.
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Just sit him down and tell him he's out if he doesn't get his sh*t together. either he will, and everything will be fine, or he doesn't and he's out.
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Gwynnell
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Quote by Sonicxlover

And I wouldn't get an MG for vocals. MG's are well known for quality issues (overheating and breaking during shows). I'd get a higher quality, more reliable amp or other method of amplifying vocals.


For shows we'd use a p.a, either the place will have one or we'll use another bands, we get on well with them all quite well.

Cheers for your advice guys.

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