The John Peel Centre For Creative Arts – rather like the man it takes its name from, is an enigmatic and understated venue.
Situated in the quiet, sleepy rural market town of Stowmarket the John Peel Centre is anything but quiet or sleepy – quite the opposite!
It is a bustling hive of activity featuring an eclectic mix of acts and activities, ranging from a vibrant mix of singer songwriters, Americana flavoured artists, touring Alternative, Rock and punk acts, to workshops, Film nights and a Beer Festival.
Whatever the act, whatever the style they all have one thing in common – HH.
Over the last 12 month JPC has been running an HH Tessen Rig as its in house PA.
Consisting of a pair on TNS-118A’s handling the low end and a pair of TNE-212A’s handling the mids, Vector monitors handle the monitor mixes on stage and a TNE-115A provides masses of power for the drum mix.
“From Day 1 our HH rig has performed Flawlessly” says Andrew Stringer
“We dialled in a great sound very quickly and since then we’ve just kept refining it and fine tuning to the different applications required”
“We’re really excited today as we’re taking delivery of one of the new TMP-108A cabinets.“
“This new cabinet has been specifically designed for Install/Infill applications so it should slot into our existing rig really easily and give us even better sound reinforcement on the mezzanine bar at the back of the venue” says Andrew Stringer
For more info on the JPC please visit The Official Website and if you are ever in the area pop along even if only to see a part of our popular musical heritage – part of the broadcasting aerial from “The Boat That rocked” – Radio Caroline
You’ll not be disappointed.