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Used for the piano on the Not Too Late Tour, as stated by production manager and FOH engineer Lee Moro in this August 1, 2007 Electronic Musician interview.
On this tour, which mainly takes in theaters plus a few amphitheaters such as Denver’s Red Rocks, there has also been a slight change to the acoustic piano setup, according to Moro. “We had three KM 100s with the AK 40 capsules last time. Now we’ve taken the middle one and put a TLM 103 in there. It’s the hugest of large diaphragms and gives a bigger overall sound. I’ve become a big fan of the 103. They’re stupendous and pick up everything really nicely.”
It was also used on the The Fall Tour for the closing jams (for which Jones played guitar), Jones' Wurlitzer 200A and her guitar amp, as stated by FOH engineer Brett Dicus and tech Kelly Macauly, respectively, in this July 9, 2010 Mix Online interview.
Four members of the band do a little jam at the end of the show surrounding a Neumann TLM103 mic. Dicus has a Waves Q10 inserted on the channel, as well as the strip EQ to help eliminate feedback and then to contour the tone. (...) According to tech Kelly Macaulay, Jones also plays a Wurlitzer 200 that is run through a Sans Amp Classic to get the overdriven sound into a Keeley-modified Ibanez analog delay pedal into her Vox Pathfinder 15R amp. (...) Jones uses two Vox Pathfinder 15R amps: one at the guitar position (miked with a TLM103) and the other at the Wurlitzer position amp (Shure KSM32). These are mounted to the amp with a custom Audio Analysts Z-bar.
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