If you take notice, all of the cones on the speakers, including the driver on the horn, are blown out. Not from high volume or a blown amp, but because a roadie placed a concussion pod too close to the speaker.
I always felt that someone who drives a monster truck on the street was compensating for some small reproductive equipment (if you know what I mean). Could this be the same? After all, no human could possible get to these during a song.
This one was discovered by Nashville engineer Lynn Fuston and goes to show that a little education goes a long way. The "awesome mixer" has over 4 months experience and will finish his first class in May. Plus, he can bring his laptop and his headphones to do your mix for only $20. But wait, it looks like he'll pay you to mix your songs. If that's the case, I have about a hundred here he can work on.
Anyone that's played in clubs knows that at least once a night you get the "Can I jam with your band" guy that won't give up. Here's the perfect solution.
And for the guitar player that really needs a cold one handy on stage but still wants to maintain an image, the MarshallFridge is only $399.
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