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Not bad, Swiss Army Knife - Reviews Fishman Aura Spectrum DI

DI pedal with simulated acoustic sound mic'd, compressor, tuner, mute and auto EQ research and feedback suppression frequency (freq 3 possible)
Jack, jack and XLR output
Phase inverter
Standard 9V

A Swiss Army knife with everything you need for acoustic guitar

UTILIZATION

The config is simple and the manual is clear and sufficient, the finish is excellent brushed aluminum.
However an adjustment period is needed to properly learn to fly functions with switches
It remains for me still doubts about the ability to take the long rigors of the road and concerts in rehearsals?

SOUNDS

The sound is not bad, a point of view ... it's pure DI level standards of the genre (BSS AR-133), it is clean, the dynamics is observed.

The compressor is very gentle and very effective, although it had only one button, we feel that it was really designed for guitar

The EQ works well but can not choose the low frequencies, mid and high, however you can choose to affect the overall sound DI + DI or Image only.

The tuner is convenient but not super accurate, it helps out on stage

Mute: good bah is a mute, it works and it is convenient

Auto search frequency feedback, it works very well, but it can quickly "kill" the sound of the guitar

Phase inverter: RAS does it work

Images ... then, I'm really not convinced yet ... I spent hours and hours: to change from one image to another, trying to load other and test ... well ... a long, painstaking, eventually finding nothing really usable, let me explain, this solo is quite flattering, by group against it only brings frequency n ' interested person .. worst, it's even "disappear" guitar mix by providing a hand dug.
Maybe I did not find the adequate simulation ... and I'm a person who seeks the "plug & play"

OVERALL OPINION

In the end I prefer to use a basic DI, let them handle the EQ and compression sondier .. and stay frustrated not to find the "acoustic" sound of my guitar live. I sold this pedal after a year of research and use. Try not to purchase, see the store if possible try to config repeated, indeed considering the price, the pedal is very specific and may not appeal to everyone.