[Harp-L] Audix Fireball V
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- Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 23:59:16 -0400
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I am back in Africa on Christian Mission, and (of course) include my
harmonica playing as a part of my ministry. I have to travel "light" so there is
no way I can bring an amplifier around with me, for where there is
electricity, here. So I am using the Church PA systems. Last time I visited Africa
doing the same thing, I used my trusty Shure SM58 mic, which worked just
fine. But at the moment I am using my Audix Fireball V. This is IDEAL! It has
a built in volume control, so when setting up, I set it at 50% so if some
poor sound person messes with my volume at the amplifier, I have control.
If held at a distance the Fireball mic is fine for an acoustic sound, if
cupped, it can be overdriven for a mild "Chicago" tone.
My bluesy harp style fits in just fine with traditional East African music.
It is a true JOY for me to be bringing African American style music back
to mother Africa.
John "Whiteboy" Walden
AKA Rev Dr VJ Walden, Pastor.
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