#1
I'm looking for a PA system to use in my band room for my band's practice.
The one we had in my old band blew after like 3 months of practicing, and we ******-rigged the sound system after that, using 2 guitar cabs as speakers, and the blown speakers as moniters in the front of the room. But since I don't have any extra guitar cabs, I need to know what a good PA would be for my hardcore band to use.
Quote by wabuoats
looks like he had a hispanic attack
#2
Maybe the Squier PA would work. Altho a new mixer might have to be bought, im not sure.
#3
im lookin for one to and i was just about to make a thread so if it'd be alright TS i'd like to just see the reccomendations from this thread.
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#4
Quote by qotsa1998
Maybe the Squier PA would work. Altho a new mixer might have to be bought, im not sure.

Why would a new mixer have to be bought?
Quote by wabuoats
looks like he had a hispanic attack
#5
I would stick with the yamaha or peavey powered mixers. They last.Its hard to recommend a pa without knowing the number of inputs, the way you want to run the monitor mix etc etc.
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