Cerwin vega cve 10 - pa

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William MG

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Picked up one of these units on the weekend and am impressed by:

1) sound volume

2) clarity

3) bass

Unit is rated at 1000 watts but I didn't dig into how this was measured. My hunt was to find something to play jam tracks on that could keep up with the drummer and it is very capable of this. I bought it for our music room.

It is Bluetooth enabled and connected to my Android easily, although I run it from cables as Bluetooth cuts volume quite a bit.

29lbs, seems well built (caveat below) and has 3 carry handles.

While I am happy with it, I would have reservations about the durability for a band. It's quite a pretty thing. In my son's band they use Yorkville and these units see no love but hold together being built for slogging. This, however, was purchased for the house so I don't expect an issue with housing failure.

It comes with some eq presets but I just leave it on "PA".

Repertoire:

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy)

Link to the lesson here - very good for a beginner

Wild Horses (Made Easy)

Link to lesson here

Highway To Hell

Link to lesson here

Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy)

Lesson here - very easy for beginners

Breaking the Law - fun, fast paced song.

Lesson here

Honky Tonk Women - (Not Made Easy!) I will lick this song someday

Lesson here

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Picked up one of these units on the weekend and am impressed by:

1) sound volume

2) clarity

3) bass

Unit is rated at 1000 watts but I didn't dig into how this was measured. My hunt was to find something to play jam tracks on that could keep up with the drummer and it is very capable of this. I bought it for our music room.

It is Bluetooth enabled and connected to my Android easily, although I run it from cables as Bluetooth cuts volume quite a bit.

29lbs, seems well built (caveat below) and has 3 carry handles.

While I am happy with it, I would have reservations about the durability for a band. It's quite a pretty thing. In my son's band they use Yorkville and these units see no love but hold together being built for slogging. This, however, was purchased for the house so I don't expect an issue with housing failure.

It comes with some eq presets but I just leave it on "PA".

Repertoire:

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy)

Link to the lesson here - very good for a beginner

Wild Horses (Made Easy)

Link to lesson here

Highway To Hell

Link to lesson here

Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy)

Lesson here - very easy for beginners

Breaking the Law - fun, fast paced song.

Lesson here

Honky Tonk Women - (Not Made Easy!) I will lick this song someday

Lesson here