“We went to Germany specifically to hear different PA systems, and this was the best,” said Rees. “We were particularly impressed at the way the HDL 30 was demoed outdoors, and we saw it as an opportunity to buy into a new system concept.”
They later attended the RCF Open Day at G-Live in Guildford to rubber stamp the decision. “Here we were able to talk more specifically about the system, and that’s when we decided to take the leap,” he continued. David Rees also knew that Tom Chennells of Yes Events, who co-hosted the Guildford event, was an advocate of RCF. “We both have similar businesses and it means if we need to cross hire we can.”
The new system enjoyed its first outing at the popular BushFest, now in its second year, which attracted a large attendance to hear a roster of leading tribute acts.
In conclusion the Just Smile MD says, “What I like about the RCF system is that it is wonderfully scalable and modular; it’s a perfect outdoor system, a highly recognisable brand, and exactly what we needed to help us pitch for more work.”