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December 7, 2009

Stage Lighting For Bands

Filed under: General Musings — ian @ 1:14 pm

Stage Lighting for Bands by Martin Dudley of Martin's Lights BerkshireI was just trawling through my site looking for glitches, when I found a broken link to Martin’s Lights on a page that demonstrates ‘Content and Linking’ in action - Garden Lighting Berkshire! So I took a gander around Martin’s new website (new to me) and I came across, Martin’s Lights Big Tidy Up.

In the form of a blog, Big Tidy Up is where Martin’s Lights offers for cheap sale, or sometimes for free, equipment and other stuff that is surplus to requirements, but may be of use to others, and that they would prefer not to see thrown away (hence the free bit) - which I think is a brilliant idea. Of course all items are sold as seen but in full working condition unless stated. All prices are ex-warehouse (i.e. you collect from Martin’s Lights in Reading, Berkshire, England, unless you want to have the items sent to you at cost) and exclude VAT. For more information visit, Martin’s Lights & Big Tidy Up and contact Martin’s Lights by email or give them a call - contact details are on their website.

Martin’s Lights have been going since 1994, they supply high quality professional lighting services to all areas of the entertainment and presentation industries. Concerts, tours, festivals and corporate events are supported with a variety of services including: lighting consultancy, design and equipment hire, full lighting production, complete event lighting management and the supply of lighting designers, operators and technicians. If it’s got anything to do with stage lighting for bands, Martin’s Lights should turn you on!

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1 Comment »

  1. Lively and advance lighting effects can bring the crowd to its feet. Preparations for lights and audio should be perfect so that it will produce a successful event. I really love to see those bright lights and lasers during live band concerts.

    Comment by pa hire — April 17, 2011 @ 2:50 pm

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