Review of Richard Thompson by Rock Guitar Daily

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Added by October 15, 2014

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Tony Conley recently review Front And Center for his blog, “Rock Guitar Daily”- most specifically, our episode featuring Richard Thompson. Here’s an excerpt:

“The production of Front and Center is stunning – let’s start with the audio since we are talking about a show that presents musicians playing live music. I’m rather, shall I say, picky about how I listen to music. Once it leaves my computer (if that is the source), the signal hits an ancient low wattage, but remarkable soulful Marantz model 1030 console stereo amplifier which in turn feeds the signal into a pair of equally ancient Radio Shack Nova 8B speaker cabinets – lest the name Radio Shack makes you skeptical, these beauties were built in the company’s custom shop in Japan in the mid-seventies, and they are as sweet as they are hefty (38 pounds each). This low budget setup cost me about $150, but I’ve yet to find a system that sounds better for anything less than about five grand. Suffice to say, I care a great deal about the quality of audio I am hearing, and to the point, Front and Center sounds truly amazing.”

Read the full blog post here.

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