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URL icon « on: September 09, 2017, 02:46:44 PM »

Maybe I'm just picky, but the acoustic guitars of almost all the acts this year sounded bad.  They sounded very tinny.  It seems they were all EQ'd in such a way that all bass and midrange were cut, and the treble boosted.  The worst of all was Loudon's, it really sounded awful.  I asked a singer-songwriter friend of mine from Song School, and she agreed.  I hope that the soundpersons will work on their acoustic guitar EQ skills between now and next year's festival. 

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