#1
okay heres whats up, im currently freeloading of of a schools PA for my singer
soon he will need his own and we have no idea or money to get it

what should we do? i dont care if it sounds like crap as long as we can hear him for PRACTICING for gigs (wwhich supply their own PA of course)
we want the cheapest way of having vocals heard at practice possible.
any ideas?
#2
i use a guitar speaker cab that's 11 years old from my old guitar teacher who was getting rid of it powered by a squire 80 watt PA head... the speakers that came with it were wayyy too quiet...
#4
the cheapest way is to either practice quitely enough so he can sing unmic'd. (go ahead say its impossible, but we did in a band once, we were also THE most succesful cover band in south eastern ohio and the Appalachian Valley.)
Or usa an extra guitar/bass/keyboard amp and plug a mic in it. it will sound bad, real bad. but will work.
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#5
yea i saw the squier PA was only 270...and its 80 watts....will that be loud enough. you say the speakers are too quiet? ah man
#6
If its not loud enough i would say that your practicing too loud.
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