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Oct 22, 2019 - 3:53:47 AM

olbap

France

441 posts since 11/24/2007

Hello all,
probably an already asked topic, sorry to be such a lazy banjoist... (and sorry for my english from France).

I going to start playing the banjo at public venue. Alone. In a pub or restaurant. I need a speaker obviously, and probably two mic (opne for the banjo, gourd, etc), one for the voice.

Is there speaker and mic you recommend ?

Thanks

Pablo

Oct 22, 2019 - 5:01:35 AM
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rudy

USA

14575 posts since 3/27/2004

quote:
Originally posted by olbap

Hello all,
probably an already asked topic, sorry to be such a lazy banjoist... (and sorry for my english from France).

I going to start playing the banjo at public venue. Alone. In a pub or restaurant. I need a speaker obviously, and probably two mic (opne for the banjo, gourd, etc), one for the voice.

Is there speaker and mic you recommend ?

Thanks

Pablo


If I was going to do that type of venue I'd go with A Roland Street Cube and two Shure mics; an SM57 and SM58 (or equivalent mics) on short boom stands for easy positioning.

The Street Cube is plenty loud for a smaller solo gig and has EQ and stereo reverb and chorus built in which is useful in a solo setting.  As a bonus it can be used with batteries so you don't even need AC power if you want to set up where it's not convieniently located.

Edited by - rudy on 10/22/2019 05:04:50

Oct 24, 2019 - 12:29:52 PM

olbap

France

441 posts since 11/24/2007

Thank you.
was going for that type of things. Your confirmation is very welcome.

Pablo

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