His philosophy is that everyone should find their own tone so he doesn't go out of his way to be forthcoming with his gear setup. In this case, the finger that was pressing the 5th fret on A string should slide down (vertically) in a way that the sound comes from the 3rd fret.
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Just guessing but they are probably 8ohm and around 250-300 watts RMS for the power handling, maybe a bit less. It is an offer that is so good that I can't pass it up, barring them sounding like they have been overdriven/blown. Mike Hi again folks, For anyone who replied or has an interest, we identified the speakers. The numeric part of the code represents 1x15" speaker and the H represents a horn. They might be a bit underpowered depending on the size of the room but bang for the buck they would be hard to beat and if you're not running lots of really low end you can probably push them a bit and not worry about it too much.
If they are to be used for primarily vocals in a large area you'll be ok. I seem to remember hooking them up for some DJ gigs but this will be for vocal/guitar trio. Cheers, Mike Hi again folks, For anyone who replied or has an interest, we identified the speakers. The numeric part of the code represents 1x15" speaker and the H represents a horn. Also I can tell you first hand they are extremely durable cabinets (as are most old traynor boxes) so they would last a good long time even if you ended up replacing components down the road.Hello my fellow eh Macians, I am in the process of purchasing a system to use for a start up band for a church.