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Taz

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I was filmed again, in Coventry, by a friend of mine. He's using a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for those of you that are interested. Personally, I can't get over the quality of both the film and the audio. This is my version of Imelda May and "Meet you at the moon"

 

Jeanette

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Excellent quality and great playing as ever, hope you have a copy of the CD to sell whilst out there :)

Jx
 
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Taz

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Excellent quality and great playing as ever, hope you have a copy of the CD to sell whilst out there :)

Jx
Thanks Jeanette, ;) they are out of sight :rolleyes: as you need a pedlars licence :mad: to sell on the street. This track, along with Bridge over trouble water will be going on the next one :sax:
 

trimmy

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We are pleased you keep getting caught...:clapping::clapping:
 
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zelda

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Yes, great sound and a sharp picture. This is the first time I've heard this tune. Very nice and you sound great.
 
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Taz

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Is that the Tailgater you're using?

Yes it is Colin. It's a great piece of kit. Mine is probably about three years old. I've had to change the battery at a cost of about £30 but other than that, it's been a trouble free bit of kit. I've even used it for small gigs and it's been fine. Well worth the money as far as I'm concerned. I've made a slight modification to it in as much as I've added a "Top hat" speaker pole mount for small "intimate" gigs. Just to get it off the floor and into the ear zone.
 

Colin the Bear

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It's the first time I've heard/seen one used. It seems to chuck out a decent full sound. I nearly went for one but settled on this.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pyle-Pro-PW..._sbs_MI_5?ie=UTF8&refRID=02RNGVMGM5H6GFW9H7AG

It was the radio mic and the on board echo unit that swung it. It has a handy connector on the back to piggy back another battery. The main unit does 4 to 6 hours and the piggy I use is twice the size so it will last longer than me. It has the pole mount and wheels. Well worth thinking about for next time. I've used it in a busy pub and a large stately home and it copes well. I would go for the bigger one if I was buying again. 3 speaker system for only £2 more.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pyle-Pro-PW...e=UTF8&qid=1397415302&sr=1-2&keywords=pylepro
 

Taz

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I like the extra functions that you get with yours. mine doesn't do to bad to be honest but I doubt it would manage anything bigger than a small room/50 people do.
 

Taz

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I can't class myself as anything but a low class player, when I listen to some of the members on here who are absolutely awesome! When I listen to myself, I realise just what a clumsy plodding soloist I am! Still, onward and upward :)
 

Jeanette

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I can't class myself as anything but a low class player, when I listen to some of the members on here who are absolutely awesome! When I listen to myself, I realise just what a clumsy plodding soloist I am! Still, onward and upward :)

Disagreeing that you are a clumsy plodding soloist. ;)

I agree we have some awesome players on here :) and would include you with them.

Jx
 
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It's the first time I've heard/seen one used. It seems to chuck out a decent full sound. I nearly went for one but settled on this.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pyle-Pro-PW..._sbs_MI_5?ie=UTF8&refRID=02RNGVMGM5H6GFW9H7AG

It was the radio mic and the on board echo unit that swung it. It has a handy connector on the back to piggy back another battery. The main unit does 4 to 6 hours and the piggy I use is twice the size so it will last longer than me. It has the pole mount and wheels. Well worth thinking about for next time. I've used it in a busy pub and a large stately home and it copes well. I would go for the bigger one if I was buying again. 3 speaker system for only £2 more.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pyle-Pro-PW...e=UTF8&qid=1397415302&sr=1-2&keywords=pylepro
Hi Colin sorry to be a bit thick this tailgater is it just a portable amp for an I pod for backing tracks duh! or has it any other use apart from dropping on my head and does it take i phones as I keep most of my music on that since someone stole my i pod.
 

Colin the Bear

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If you put Tailgater into your search engine, google for example, you'll get a full specification and pictures.
 

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