2012 Capitol Audiofest

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2012 Capitol Audiofest
« on: 29 Jun 2012, 02:35 am »
I'm really looking forward to this show! we have a great room on the main floor (behind the bar).
showing with:

Daedalus Audio  Athena speakers
Purity Audio  Statement Preamp in custom Daedalus wood case
Bob Carver tube amps  Black Beauties
AMR DAC & CD
WyWires cables
Daedalus/Bolder speaker cables
Bolder modified SB Touch

just might get some good sound, eh?

thanks,
lou

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Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #1 on: 29 Jun 2012, 02:20 pm »
Looking forward to it. :thumb:

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Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #2 on: 29 Jun 2012, 08:29 pm »
Me too. I expect to be transported to a higher realm!

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Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #3 on: 22 Jul 2012, 11:29 pm »
I really enjoyed this show!!!!  first off Gary Gill is a totally stand up guy and more. he really cares about the music and the people, and it comes through in the vibe at the show.
it was a small show but that just means you get more quality time with people.

I need to watch how much time & money I spend on shows but as of now I can see that I will be doing Capitol audiofest and RMAF next year, and I really hope to see this show grow.
one thing Gary and I talked about was getting some pro involvement, ie: guitar builders etc... anybody have ideas?

thanks,
lou


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Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #4 on: 22 Jul 2012, 11:49 pm »
I really enjoyed this show!!!!  first off Gary Gill is a totally stand up guy and more. he really cares about the music and the people, and it comes through in the vibe at the show.
it was a small show but that just means you get more quality time with people.

I need to watch how much time & money I spend on shows but as of now I can see that I will be doing Capitol audiofest and RMAF next year, and I really hope to see this show grow.
one thing Gary and I talked about was getting some pro involvement, ie: guitar builders etc... anybody have ideas?

thanks,
lou

Lou,

Contact John Gatski.  He had a room on the first floor (shared with Benchmark) near the registration desk.  He publishes Everything Audio Network which sponsored the room.  He also publishes Everything Guitar Network.  Links are below.  I'll send him an e-mail as well.


http://everythingguitarnetwork.blogspot.com/

http://www.everythingaudionetwork.blogspot.com/

Phil A

Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #5 on: 22 Jul 2012, 11:56 pm »
I really enjoyed this show!!!!  first off Gary Gill is a totally stand up guy and more. he really cares about the music and the people, and it comes through in the vibe at the show.
it was a small show but that just means you get more quality time with people.

I need to watch how much time & money I spend on shows but as of now I can see that I will be doing Capitol audiofest and RMAF next year, and I really hope to see this show grow.
one thing Gary and I talked about was getting some pro involvement, ie: guitar builders etc... anybody have ideas?

thanks,
lou

Lou - I sent John an e-mail with a link to your other site   
http://daedalusmusic.com/

So one of you can contact the other.

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Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #6 on: 23 Jul 2012, 12:11 am »
show coverage from a blogger.  I remember him as very interested and enthusiastic, nice guy.

I find the blogs to be a refreshing change from the magazine coverage in some ways.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=199757

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Re: 2012 Capitol Audiofest
« Reply #7 on: 23 Jul 2012, 03:23 pm »
Lou:

Glad you had a good show and sorry I missed you. I'll have a good shot at getting there next year so I do hope you will come back for another go! How did you like the Carver amps with the Athena's? Also, saw the photos of the Purity preamps with your wood cases--beautiful!