[LAU] Live performance gear ideas?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Sun Aug 19 04:28:02 CEST 2018

Hi Len,
This is amazing  especially as I can go right  downtown and check out 
everything  before I buy. Agreed l &M rocks the  universe in terms of 
and professionalism.
Thanks for what you provide here.  Also thanks to everyone e sharing ideas. 
I have learned a great deal indeed.

  On Sat, 18 Aug 2018, Len Ovens wrote:

> I would suggest the fishman loudbox:
> https://www.fishman.com/products/series/loudbox/loudbox-artist-amplifier/
> it is less than 30 pounds, 100 watts, has two mic/instrument channels with 
> minimal effects and stereo rca line input. It has mute which can be operated 
> via foot switch (effects have switch too). It has balanced line out which can 
> dirrect in to any venue that needs that. Stereo in a single box is not really 
> stereo :) but at least you don't loose a channel.
> This means that you always use the same thing for your voice/backtracks in 
> any venue and can dial it in to what you want. The venue just gets one line 
> in to deal with.
> They are available at L & M in Canada who's warantee is great. I have had 
> equipment go bad and they give me a loaner and call when mine is fixed. No 
> questions asked.
> As for playback itself, a laptop or tablet with the right app will work... 
> what you personally are used to is the best choice. An old mouse or keyboard 
> can have foot switches wired in for things like next, pause, previous, mark 
> or whatever. Or premade units are available for a price. A tablet with touch 
> may be just as convenient though... again, what you are used to is best.
> --
> Len Ovens
> www.ovenwerks.net
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