The point source, however, is the source of most amplification problems, from feedback to uneven volume. A line array is much more efficient, sending more sound in more directions at a larger distance. The Bose L1 system is the wrong choice for a club where different acts are in each night; the system needs to be learned and tweaked by its owner, and becomes, eventually, part of the instrument. I do quite a lot of live work since I'm a full-time player, and from solo to quartet gigs, from classical guitar to swing/pop gigs with electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, horns, etc., the Bose system is the easiest way to get a good, clean sound that will fill a good-sized space. Again, in a very large venue needing a really big sound, I prefer to work with a conventional system run by a good sound engineer, but even when I do that, I use my Bose Compact as my onstage amp/monitor and run a line out into a direct box for the FOH sound.
Lester Devoe Flamenco Negra
Lester Devoe Flamenco Blanca
Aparicio Flamenco Blanca with RMC pickup
Bartolex 7-string with RMC pickup
Giannini 7-string with Shadow pickup
Sal Pace 7-string archtop