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Old 12-02-2009, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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If you're looking for a P/A, and aren't a musiciansfriend.com nut you'll be really surprised by this deal. Lol that sounds like a line from a salesman, oh well.

Buy Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 Portable PA | Portable PA Systems | Musician's Friend

Its a 150watt portable PA! I have tried this exact model, and am begging my mother and father to pitch in for it for my christmas/birthday gift. The sound isn't the best, and the knobs don't have all of the equalizations that I would wish for in my wildest dreams. But for $400 bucks--there is no better. I used it with my electric and acoustic guitar many times, and it sounded like the 150 watt peavy my buddy has(which was 1,200). It really is an insane price.

It also comes with a rogue dreadnaught guitar! Seriously?! I used to own one of these for playing at parties, and around the campfire... atleast until I gave my friend the green light to smash it over his head. He had trouble doing it lol. This guitar sounded better than my $500 seagull. I mean the lows were bassier, and the highs were brighter.

If there are any better deals out there right now, I'd love to know about it. This is the best portable PA set for someone with a budget.

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Old 12-03-2009, 01:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Mucisians Friend is a great website to use. They do give you the best deals on the web. I would know. I get alot reeds mainly from Musicians Friend, because I have to order reeds myself, other wise my woodwind players don't exactly have a reed to use, which isn't a good thing. But why on Earth would you destroy a guitar??!
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Old 12-06-2009, 01:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I know, booze does strange things. Anyways I just ordered this PA, so I'll get another one as a "gift"! It all works out.

It was ready for destruction...ie rusty tuners, written on with marker, broken pins... lol it had seen better days. I won't leave this one in the rain. I promise!
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