Archive for the ‘Thalia Capo’ Category

Travel Pedalboard & Speaker

February 25, 2019

For quick in and out gigs and playing background music in restaurants and such I have a nice quick easy set up. Only the speaker and Blue tooth Bose Receiver need ac they are QSC CP 8 and Bose Bluetooth receiver.

The pedalboard and Wireless do not need ac they run on rechargeable batteries. The paddleboard is powered by the pedal train Volto 2 system, and the Sennheiser XSW instrument transmitter and receiver or rechargeable via USB type three cables.

The Pedalboard Settings to QSC CP 8 speaker.

L.R. Baggs Align Series Equalizer and Settings in blue (what I start with)

TC Electronic Spark Booster

Kokko Space Reverb (Hall)

L.R. Baggs Align Series Active DI

Sennheiser XSW transmitter and receiver.

Transmitter plugged into a Córdoba 45 FP With L.R. Baggs lyric pick up

What comes with the purchase of the Sennheiser XSW digital instrument transmitter and receiver package.

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Thalia Capo 200 Black Chrome Macassar

July 27, 2017

*Update*  For my needs this was not the Capo solution.  The clasp that is used to lock and unlock the Capo seemed always flop around a little bit and made just a little bit of noise enough work for using a microphone or have a sensitive pick up that vibration would be picked up. The other thing in my opinion was the Capo is a little bit heavy and you can feel it on the guitar neck especially if you’re playing a flamingo or classical guitar.  I have to say the customer service at Thalia is fantastic.   I am returning the two Capos.

I recently received my Thalia Capo in Black Chrome and Macassar wood trim. The capo feels solid and I have been using the teflon pads in standard tension for the classical guitar. I will write more after using it for a few weeks.