#1
Well my band needs a PA for practice, as we have acces to a good one for shows.
The singer is buying it and he wants a decent one, for cheap.(i know, hard to do)
but he said no more than 200-300 dollars.
i was thinking this
http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Phonic-Powerpod-410-S710-PA-Package?sku=630485

opinions?
is 100 watts enough for practice for a death metal/deathcore band?
we would upgrade the mics to shure 58's, so thats no problem.
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Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#3
me and my band were looking at the same one. so free bump.
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#4
thanks lol^
yeahi have herd alot that in music with harsh vocals, the sound quality greatly dedpends on the speakers and mics.
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#5
the 100w is probably ok for now, and you can add more power with a separate amp later. We use a 400w qsc, 200w per channel, turned up 3/4 of max. Budgetly speaking, it's up to your pocketbook. Style of music doesn't define the volume. Practice at lower levels to make the pa work.
#6
anyone else?
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#7
wow i could possibly be looking at my christmas present haha (: free bump so we can find out more lol