Topic: What do you take to a gig?

OK  no smart arse replies on this I know I need my guitar.lol
What I wondered was when you do say an open Mic or solo gig what do you consider to be the essential  items to take.
My list is as follows.
Guitars
Cables
Tuner
Capo
Slide
Music stand.
Songs
Battery
Strings
Picks
Microphone
I consider this to be my minimum amount of kit ,what about the rest of you

Re: What do you take to a gig?

When i go to a gig i take my wallet,cause i know i`ll buy a beer while listening.

The King Of Audio Torture

Re: What do you take to a gig?

add duct tape   - fixes everything
and like EB said -  wallet

"Use the talents you possess, for the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except only the the best." - Henry Van Dyke

Re: What do you take to a gig?

I haven't gigged in a while, but I always made sure I had a soldering iron on hand ...

These days I'd take my iPad and iPad stand, as I've moved most of my songs on there (thanks Chordie!!)

Cheers

Richard

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Re: What do you take to a gig?

That's a good list, Graham ...

It's been a long time since I've performed, but I always made sure to have a power bar and a 14/2 grounded extension chord. Been to a few coffee houses where the performance area had only one outlet, and was at a place once where there was no outlet close to where they wanted the performer(s) to set up.

ACOUSTICS:  Cordoba D10-CE / LaPatrie "Concert" / Takamine GD30CE-12 / Norman ST30
ELECTRICS:  EP Les Paul Custom Pro / Gretsch Streamliner G2420T / EP Thunderbird Pro IV bass
AMPS:  Traynor YCS50 / Peavey "TF" VK212 / Traynor AM150T / Fender Rumble 150
EFFECTS: Boss ME-80 Multi-effects / Ibanez WD7 wah

Re: What do you take to a gig?

All my kit sit in two boxes...FX, cables, 10 socket extension block, 3 metre extension lead (for places that have no sockets handy) mic stand feet, screw driver set and mini disc's. Guitar, amp and PA, stands and mic stand are all carry on. It normally takes about 30 minutes in a normal venue to carry everything in and set up. I've never done an open mic night but seeing as I'm not playing so much anymore I may do a few.

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