Hot answers tagged instruments
You haven't mentioned mics. You may need 2 or 3, if you are playing ; listening with headphones, bare voices won't be heard. 30 sq.m. is a nice size, and while the drum kit will take up valuable space, I think there is room for a couple of practice amps at least. 60 watt with 12" speakers will be plenty. Then the vox can go through the p.a. With the amps ...
Acoustically they will sound different. I have a thinline Telecaster semihollow which is hollow on only one side. If I strum a chord and then cover and uncover the f hole I can hear the sound of the ringing chord change. Does this affect the sound of the guitar when it is plugged into an amp? Hard to say, but it probably does have some effect.
Check if the handslide is closed and does not leak. Do this by demounting the trumbone and pressing your thumbs on the two notches and then lifting the handslide by just holding it at the grip. if the handslide goes up and stays up then the handslide is ok. if the handslide goes down, it is leaky and playing the trombone gets tougher, then don't buy it. ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible