Re: Amps/tone

>From: "IronMan Mike Curtis" <ironman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Thanks for putting me in such good company - but there is a trick to 
>good sound from the soundman.  ASK, and PERSIST, and say THANKS a lot.  If
>you can't hear your harp, keep on him.  Through the vocal mic (where the
>audience can hear it), discreetly (well, without making it personal ;-) 
>telling the soundman stuff like "I need more harp in the monitors....
>thanks"  "Can you give me a little more bottom and roll off the highs on 
>harp?  Thanks."  "I still can't hear the harp at all....can you crank it -
>thanks"  Just be nice about it, and remember that it is impossible to say
>THANKS too much.  If you keep asking *nicely*, you'll probably get what you

And if that still doesn't work, you can do what I did and turn you amp up 
real loud yourself, then curse out the soundman at the end of your set and 
never play the club again.  LOL

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