Look forward to comparing with your crossfade lp which i have a good opinion of.
I listen to all types of music, so it's hard to pick just three. But here goes:
1) Rock (being deliberately vague so it can include different types, from metal to classic rock to emo to grunge and more)
2) Jazz (again, deliberately vague, ranging from Chet Baker, Thelonius Monk, McCoy Tyner, Ernie Watts, Hiromi, Jacintha, etc)
3) Electronic (is that even considered a type of music? I'm using it to represent diverse acts like Kraftwerk, FC Kahuna, Chase & Status, BT, Electronic Noise Controller, Crystal Castles, Mark Hule, Pendulum, etc)
I'm in the Bay Area, California, and I've got a bit of experience reviewing gear.
- Female vocal (Björk, PJ Harvey, Emilie Simon, Emiliana Torini, Portishead, Camille, Nouvelle Vague ...)
- Electronic (well I guess that some of the above artists qualify as electrponic artists, but on top of that I would say Sebastien Tellier, Vitalic, Pink Floyd (yes, we can say they invented electro ;-))) )
- Piano (mostly Jazz and artist such as Martial Solal, but also classical such with artists such as Glenn Gould, or composer such as Chopin ... well I know that's not really original but no one can deny that they are great! ;-)) )
So much more I'd like to add, but well it's limited to 3 ...
Lets do this!
2.modern Rock/ old school rock
3. Pop Hits
Ive had tried or owned a couple of older v-moda models like the crossfades lp, vibe had 3 "still have them!", v moda sport.
i really liked their quality/price esp their designs!
im from chicago, IL :)