#1
We're a 4 piece band looking for a PA system for pracitce and small gigs. I came across this one for only $400 Nady PA

I know someone had mentioned a Peavey one but that was for $600 which we cant quite afford right now. Let me know what your thoughts are on this, or any others in this price range
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#2
Should be ok i bought this 1 a little over a year ago and use the crap out of it.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Phonic-Powerpod-620-Plus-S710-PA-Package?sku=630486

There's also this one which i'll move up to if any thing ever goes wrong with the 620.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Phonic-Powerpod-740-Plus-S715-PA-Package?sku=630489

Really good bang for the buck.
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#3
Hows the sound on the one you have, how far have you pushed it and you have a lot of feedback trouble? We dont play any metal or really hard rock for that matter, so were not crazy loud...we play more chili peppers and dave matthews type stuff
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#4
Quote by nemjeff13
Hows the sound on the one you have, how far have you pushed it and you have a lot of feedback trouble? We dont play any metal or really hard rock for that matter, so were not crazy loud...we play more chili peppers and dave matthews type stuff



Yes that'll do fine for the "softer" side of rock and roll like dave, and RHCP. It'll be a good starter PA for ya'll to learn on.
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#6
Thanks Ill look into that phonic
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