Re: RPx400: was Perfect harp amp
- Subject: Re: RPx400: was Perfect harp amp
- From: Richard Lister <ric+harp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 14:50:55 -0500 (EST)
Ron/datadigr <rdg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
on Mon, 16 Feb 2004 17:20:33 -0500:
> Subject: Fwd: RPx400: was Perfect harp amp
> If the 400 had been out when I bought my usit (RP300) I would have
> thought seriously about buying it instead.
> The extra connectivity and the computer-interface reatures make it a
> unit I drool over, but the price is high.
> That said, although I normally use the RP300 with a Shaker XLR
> dynamic, I also use it with a Peavey 380N (and older Peavey SM58
> clone) which is a classic XLR low-Z vocal mic.
> I use a non-transforming XLR to 1/4" cable from my mics to the RP300.
> My point is that I think the RP300 (and 200) are perfectly flexible
> enough for use with standard vocal mics.
> Maybe put the difference in $$$ to more harps and a good stage monitor
> or small keyboard amp. Mind you--I've gigged for two years now without
> using any amp or dedicated monitor for the harp, with no complaints
> from sound techss, band-mates or vocalists.
Thanks for the info.
I really like the look of the XLR and USB, so I may just wait
until someone has a sale on the RPx400's :-)
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