Unsigned handwritten show and recording notes on both sides of a 6 x 9.5 lightly-lined sheet of notebook paper. Headed at the top, “10/24/83, Week 1. 29—Nov. Outdoor show with Greg Kihn Band & Separate Bets in Orange County.” He writes, in part: “The difference between the Yamaha PM—2000 and PM—1000 is ? THE INPUT MODULE. When you have hum you can flip the phase switch (acts as a ground)…You will have separate channels submasters can adjust a whole section of channels vocals or all drums…An independent monitor mix is: say a mic signal is split in two sections one to the board one to the independent monitor. This is used for when a particular channel needs to be heard louder through the monitor.” In fine condition, with some scattered light toning. These notes are no doubt from Slash’s time with the band Road Crew which formed in late 1983, and featured future Guns N’ Roses members Steven Adler and Duff McKagan. They disbanded later the same year after being unable to find a lead signer. Pre-certified Roger Epperson/REAL and RR Auction COA.
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