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Subject: Re: Fagerstrom Electronic Practice Chanter


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brad
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Date Posted: 09:56:13 10/21/02 Mon
In reply to: Bruce McLellan 's message, "Fagerstrom Electronic Practice Chanter" on 09:32:15 10/19/02 Sat

I have two of them - but don't intend to sell either.
I think you'll find "Scott's" is the cheapest (after can to US conversion).
http://www.scottshighland.com/

Brad

>I am looking for a used Fagerstrom electronic practice
>chanter and would also appreciate your comments on
>using one. I intend to only use it for travel and in
>places where I must not make noise.
>
>Thanks. Bruce McLellan. blmcycle@aol.com

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Jim McKnight
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Date Posted: 10:55:33 10/24/02 Thu

Can you point me to some place where I can get some technical info on how to plug a Fagerstrom electronic chanter into an external speaker rather than earphones. So far, I can't get them to work with a speaker.

Thanks.

Jim McKnight



>I have two of them - but don't intend to sell either.
>I think you'll find "Scott's" is the cheapest (after
>can to US conversion).
>http://www.scottshighland.com/
>
>Brad
>
>>I am looking for a used Fagerstrom electronic practice
>>chanter and would also appreciate your comments on
>>using one. I intend to only use it for travel and in
>>places where I must not make noise.
>>
>>Thanks. Bruce McLellan. blmcycle@aol.com

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Author:
brad
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Date Posted: 09:41:14 10/28/02 Mon

I've never done it, but I would certainly assume that the easiest method would be to plug a powered set of computer speakers into the mini jack on the fagerstrom.

Same jack, and it amplifies the very low power signal coming from the e-chanter.


Otherwise, a stereo mini jack to microphone jack converter, into something that is "pre amped" (like a tape deck) ought to do the job too, if you want to run it into your home system.

Perhaps the best thing to do is buy a big marshall tube head amp and speaker stack. A simple stereo mini jack to 1/4" line feed jack ought to suffice, and everybody in your state could hear you (and you could add a wah wah peddle, overdrive, and DISTORTION!)

Rock On!

Brad

>Can you point me to some place where I can get some
>technical info on how to plug a Fagerstrom electronic
>chanter into an external speaker rather than
>earphones. So far, I can't get them to work with a
>speaker.
>
>Thanks.
>
>Jim McKnight
>
>
>
>>I have two of them - but don't intend to sell either.
>>I think you'll find "Scott's" is the cheapest (after
>>can to US conversion).
>>http://www.scottshighland.com/
>>
>>Brad
>>
>>>I am looking for a used Fagerstrom electronic
>practice
>>>chanter and would also appreciate your comments on
>>>using one. I intend to only use it for travel and in
>>>places where I must not make noise.
>>>
>>>Thanks. Bruce McLellan. blmcycle@aol.com

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