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NigelMcGill

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Denby Dale, UK
Hi All
I just wanted to post some info about my Sound Reflector - hope it will help some of you gigging sax players. I developed my Sound Reflector to help me hear myself onstage. It's not a new concept but I've refined the design to really work well and be durable. I use it all over the world on gigs and have some great feedback from some top horn players who are using it on pop gigs, big bands, theatres etc. Check out the reviews at www.soundreflector.com

Let me know if you have any questions about it - hopefully I can answer them!
Nigel
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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I had 1 a good old while an its a great piece of kit,well worth it.A great fast service also.
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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Hey that's great to hear. Where do you use it mostly? On gigs or at home?

At home and on rehearsals plus jazz gigs.My other bands I use in ear monitors,very loud.For these things I find it works a treat.Very niceeeee.
 

dooce

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Location
Daventry
I've got the one with the hole through the middle for a mic - is that one of yours? Even though I use a clip-on mic, I still rig the reflector so I can hear myself when I need to. Way cheaper than an in-ear monitoring system for sure!
 

daveysaxboy

Big ruff Geordie bendy metal blower
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I've got the one with the hole through the middle for a mic - is that one of yours? Even though I use a clip-on mic, I still rig the reflector so I can hear myself when I need to. Way cheaper than an in-ear monitoring system for sure!

I don't think that's his version.
 

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