- Grateful Dead Touring with All-MSL-10 Mains
The Meyer Sound File - Summer 1995
Grateful Dead Stage at Tampa Stadium
Through late spring and early summer, the Grateful Dead are touring both coasts with a main sound system made up entirely of MSL-10s - not the combination of MSL-10s and MSL-3s the band has ususally toured with. For the West Coast tour, the band is using eight MSL-10s and sixteen 650-R2s per side, with three delay towers, each holding two MSL-5s provided by ProMedia of El Sobrante, Calfornia. For the East Coast tour, the band is replacing the MSL-5s with MSL-10s provided by Andrews Audio of New York, and using MSL-10s for all main arrays and delays. The system is provided by Ultra Sound. This is the first time the band has toured with an exclusively high-Q sound system.
The West Coast tour began May 19 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas and ended on June 5 at Shoreline Ampitheater in Mountain View, California. The East Coast tour begins in mid-June and travels to Giants Stadium in the Meadowlands and RFK Stadium in Wahington, D.C.