hi, I hope someone replies at this reply,ronjazz wrote:A small, high-quality mixer with effects built-in will solve most of the problems of the Bartlett and other mics. At least 3 bands of EQ are necessary, and a movable Q if possible. Having said that, the Kremona pickup, which slides under the strings on the bridge, works very well, and when paired with an acoustic processor like the Zoom A2, sounds really very good.
Hi Brian, thank you for the reply, what exactly is the name of the carvin acoustic amp? I am trying to google it and it shows me several types.brian wrote:don't know if this will help,
but the Carvin acoustic amp i use
has a 5-band EQ, which can help
isolate a feedback frequency.
also, if you are just too close to
the amp and are feeding back, you
can run through a mic preamp, and
because this has a separate volume,
you can set the amp up further away
and adjust the volume through the preamp.
between the 5 band eq and the seperate
preamp, i can go really loud with a clean
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