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Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper


The concept behind Alice Cooper's pivotal "Welcome to my Nightmare" masterpiece had nothing at all to do with having technical difficulties.  But let's face it...being on the road constantly with a production as big as his DOES come with it's own set of challenges.  What do guitars, basses, amps, speakers, and microphones all have in common? They are all connected by cables.....tons and tons of cables!  When you have that many cables to wrangle, a lot of things can go wrong.  If they're not properly maintained and kept after, they can easily become a tech's nightmare.  Because they want to avoid any of these technical difficulties, two of the people Alice and his band have come to rely heavily upon are veteran technicians Brian Sateia and Ron Hurd....both shown here left to right, respectively.  And they rely on our JIB/CT Cable Tester and CPTS Cricket Polarity Tester to insure that there are no on stage "surprises"...other than the ones coming from Alice, of course!  Although Brian serves as one of the band's guitar techs and Ron serves as one of the band's audio engineers, both agree that they "most appreciate the flexibility the devices offer connectivity wise".  Thanks for the support, guys!

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