I’ve been hooked on Bar Rescue since it first came out. It’s another show like Kitchen Nightmares where the host, Jon Taffer, turns over a bar that’s not doing hot and tries to set them up for success. It’s always the same formula: Hidden survellience of the bar. Some screaming at the employees for how shitty of a job they’re doing, introduce new menu/design/drink list and relaunch the new concept.
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I always think of what happens with these places after the cameras and hype are gone. They all apparently do pretty well the first month after their relaunch but then the numbers go back to what they were originally. This is a list of the episodes showing which bars went are still open, changed back to their original name or closed their doors. Surprisingly, only a few shut down shop out of a good list of bars, and the majority seem to have stuck with it and gone on.
Hello! I am a 15 year old guitarist, and I have been playing since I was 5.
My friend's band is playing at Jubilee Day, the largest one-day festival on the east coast. Their lead guitarist isn't available, so my friend messaged me and asked if I could fill in. I said yes right away, as I didn't want to miss this opportunity.
Anyways, this will be my first performance (other than recitals). Are there any things that separates an experienced performer from a first timer? Thank you in advance for your help.
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I'm getting an interface (a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4) that offers 2 x 1/4" balanced line outputs for monitors (as well as 4 x RCA outputs and a stereo headphone output). Can I connect this pair of outs to my Marshall AVT275's pair of FX return jack sockets (since the amp contains my only available 'large' speakers right now)?
I gather I can't connect directly to the speakers themselves (which connect to the 'head' via loudspeaker jack sockets) because the signal from the interface needs to be amplified. Is the connection I'm thinking of optimal given the available connectors? I'm new to the digital way of doing things but guess I want the (amp-simmed) signal the interface outputs to be preserved as fully as possible before reaching my ears. (I have monitor 'phones but can't annoy the neighbours with those).
Edit: [If the connection IS optimal:] Amp has an 'FX Level' button – manual reads "This should be set to match the level of the processor being used (-10dB for a stompbox, + 4dB for a professional, rack unit)". Interface specs say Line Out (TRS) Max Output is +10 dBu, so the FX Level button should be set to -10dB, yes? There's also an FX Loop Mix dial on front panel that I guess will behave a bit differently if there's no guitar connected directly to amp(!)
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Is the Deluxe that much of an upgrade to sacrifice an extra $300 and 5 years? I've mainly played acoustics, but would like to buy a nice electric guitar for once, but don't know too much about Telecasters. Thanks!
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Hey Bassit, you guys are one of my favorite communities here.
I've been trying to figure this out through online search but I'm having trouble.
Can we talk about all the famous DI boxes and which one to get if we are looking for a certain sound?
I'll start. And have no idea which DI box to get. I'm using a MIJ Fender Jazz Bass, made in the 90's, not even sure if they have passive or active pickups. I'm looking for thick funk tones, and will be plugging them into a Focusrite Saffire Pro, will possibly use Amplitube or Guitar Rig to further shape the sound. What should I be looking for?
The Radial JDI is at the top of my list, but to be honest I'm not even sure why. Thanks guys!
Edit: sorry about the title
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What is essential for a beginner guitarist to know/understand to be at an intermediate skill level?
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