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blikum

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It's been crazy hot here in the southeast with no let up in sight. Most of my gigs this Summer are festivals and a good fan is mandatory. Gig yesterday 95 in the shade, but thanks to my Lasko pro fan it only felt like 90. :) There's been thread's about showing just about everything else, so show off your fans if you've got em.

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repete

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A must have in South Florida - I've got a similar one - 3 speeds and 2 outlets on the side - works great when I need to charge my tablet.
 

TheBeachBoy

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I have two Honeywell fans. I initially only had one, but at a gig I thought it was starting to crap out, so I immediately went to Amazon and bought a second. Turns out, they had just redone the electric outlets and our power was on a dimmer switch (I had them rerun the outlet without the dimmer since it's a bad idea for the guitar amps and PA). Long story short, I have two fans now and it turned out to be a happy accident.

I keep one left of my hi-hats and the other between the bass drum pedal and floor tom, so they're in "stereo." I just run them to an extension cord with a triple out so I have room for the wall wort to my submixer.

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Mendozart

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I use a “Blowit” fan, that’s clamped to my hi-hat. It has a flexible gooseneck that lets me position it perfectly. These fans are smooth, powerful, and quiet.
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glynch

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I'm glad you started this thread. I'm due for a new fan. Summer gigs here in Texas are brutal.

Did a 4 hour gig at a water park yesterday in 90 degrees with high humidity.
 

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