The theme this time is "abbreviations" as it was last time.
You really want to do it a second time.
I want to check out some words that band men use in the live house area that are not actually understandable to the general public.
The so-called "industry language".
Yes, yes. For example, [Korogashi]
Yes. It's a monitor speaker for the performer to listen to his own performance or other members.
Correct answer. Among monitor speakers, this is the type that is placed at your feet. If you ask a band man, this will be his immediate answer. It's an abbreviation, or a word born from its use and appearance.
Exactly. It's probably because it's rolling around at your feet. Well, I often don't use "korogashi", but ... my feet are small.
However, it doesn't make sense to say "korogashi" to the general public.
I see ... what do you think they would imagine it is?
"Oh, that's it! I understand! It's delicious, boiled and rolled."
For example, a TV program production staff calls a hammer a "Naguri", right?
Ah, I've heard of it.
In the same way, if the industry is a little different, things will change a lot. What else, that's right, like [Dera Riva].
[Dera Riva]? That’s an abbreviation, right?
This may only be known to guitarists.
Can you explain it to me?
A Fender guitar amp, [Dera Riva] is an abbreviation for the [Deluxe Reverb]
I see (laughs). When you think about it, it makes sense. But this would be a mania ... what do you think this would be to strangers?
Everything is so good, that kind of thing, like a summer love!
That is ... [Resolaba], by the Bakufu Slump. Is it similar to [Dera Riva]? (Bitter smile)
Well, this is the second time I realize that there are things that only Band Man can understand in a live house where abbreviations fly around!
Let's do this series once more.
Hmm ... Please leave the puns out?
Hahaha ... Let's search for the words we naturally use! Yes, everything?
Is for love!