Trans-Siberian Orchestra in Manchester

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra in Manchester

Postby s0undch4s3r » Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:43 pm

Just saw the concert an hour ago....WOW What a show!!!!!!!!!


Lots of lights, Fire, Lasers and nice looking ladies singing.

Only thing I thought they needed to improve on is:

1) They need to up the Bass frequency in their PA system.
All I heard was a mean midrange and a Killer highend range from the Les Pauls.

2) The screaming Les Pauls need to use less reverb/delay because it
drowns out everybody else and the signal tends to give you an earache
once in a while.

3) The screaming Les Pauls are killing their PA system at certain Crescendo's. It tends to be soooo loud that all you hear is a WALL of Crunchy-Static-Mayhem and the song loses it's bearing for a moment. Sounds like a bomb going off.

4) The lead Violinist needs to be turned up quite a bit. I only heard him a couple of times through the SCREAMING Les Pauls...lol


I'm certain that if everybody quit TSO except for the 2 guitarists, bass, drums and one keyboard player that the show could easily go on.

It's like you're going to the SCREAMING Les Paul SHOW!!!!!
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Postby mondstar » Mon Nov 27, 2006 12:42 pm

WHAT DID YOU SAY? ... yeah, i know that "soun' clown", he´s an apprentice heathen.
Did let us think, - power-four (forgot) -, was another supporting group for two songs.

What the watts said Zappa?

Of course you realize you won't be able to hear the organ
once we turn the guitars on.

A mind is like a parachute. It doesnt work if it not open.

& (Amp´s end)

It's better to have something to remember than nothing to regret...
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Postby s0undch4s3r » Sat Dec 02, 2006 6:04 pm

^^^Ummmm...yea dude...sure.



Overall...the show was great...I will see them again next year.
I'll bring ear plugs too.



BTW...there is nothing "Orchestra" about them when they perform live.
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Postby ViolinCyndee » Tue Dec 05, 2006 2:45 am

Yes, the violin should always be turned up. :evil: :evil: :evil:

Btw.. Mark is an amazing violinist who left Juliard because they didn't let him play rock music there!!! He made my Viper (electric violin) for me, and I totally LOVE it!!!

Glad you liked the show!
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Postby s0undch4s3r » Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:46 am

Yea...that violinist was all over the stage. Great performer, very active guy.
You can see he was having a great time.
I liked the glow-in-the-dark violin he played during one of the songs.
I got a kick out of the flying V violin. Very original.

Like I said above, you could bearily hear him. He was playing like a mad man and I wish I could hear him more often but the Les Pauls were all I could hear.

That's cool you got a custom Violin...maybe you could show a pic of it?

EDIT: ....I clicked on your link in your sig...very cool violin!! And your music sounds great!!
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