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Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
flatfot wrote:Sounds like you're on the right track. I used my Venue DI with the Lyric, and it really helped with the EQing due to the low and high mid controls. Have you tried the new Session DI from LR Baggs?
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ABCarlson

09/02/15 12:43 AM
Re: Anyone using a vocal harmony pedal? (reply)
Circling back. I tried the harmony GXT I mentioned two posts above. I also bought a new TC Helicon Play Acoustic and played with that for a week. I sold the GXT, and I just returned the Play Acoustic. The Smart harmonies are nice... No...
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ThemisSal

09/02/15 12:30 AM
Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
Sounds like you're on the right track. I used my Venue DI with the Lyric, and it really helped with the EQing due to the low and high mid controls. 
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flatfot

09/01/15 1:12 AM
Mics from Ear Trumpet Labs (topic)
Has anyone had and experience with mics from Ear Trumpet Labs? I recently purchased a "Louise" for our bluegrass group. I was very nervous of the purchase. I've always been 50/50 on the one mic set-up. I'm keeping our small gig PA system...
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noimnotlesterflatt

08/31/15 8:08 PM
Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
I'm liking the sound so far. It really repesents the fundamental tone of the guitar, minus some of the sustain and lovely overtones that can be heard on it's own. I have, however, only been able to run it through my Fender Blues Deville,...
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ABCarlson

08/31/15 3:54 PM
Re: Quilter Amps (reply)
Thanks for the review, geeterpicker.  I've been looking at these since a bandmate walked into a rehearsal with the 8" Micropro Mach II recently.  I was very impressed.  The 12" is probably more than I need but I'm still wondering about...
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RustyStill

08/30/15 3:21 PM
Re: Videos (reply)
http://www.wired.com/2014/09/iphone-6-filmmaking/ http://www.macworld.co.uk/feature/iphone/best-ways-get-more-storage-for-your-iphone-or-ipad-3579792/ http://lightsfilmschool.com/blog/shooting-movies-with-iphone/2908/...
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MikeHalloran

08/30/15 3:08 PM
Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
That looks great, what a slick install with the Vintage Jack. I'd love to get your take on the sound. Martinplayer, you need to take some of the kids out, because if there are too many in there it can really sound muffled, and the...
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flatfot

08/30/15 3:06 PM
The Carvin Stagemate S600B is now shipping. (topic)
Looks pretty interesting!Here is the informational video: https://www.youtube.com/embed/lZZ3Gv86zCMHere is a photo of it:
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bayoubengal54

08/30/15 1:48 AM
Re: Quilter Amps (reply)
I own 2 of these amps. An original Micropro 8" and a newer Mach II 8". The great thing about these is they also make great acoustic amps. It is so nice to be able to bring only one 16 lb amp to do everything. They are very pedal...
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Koanut

08/29/15 5:02 AM
Re: Fishman Matrix Infinity vs Fishman Sonitone (reply)
There's no obvious reason why the Sonicore system cannot be replaced by a Matrix Infinity, provided the whole system were replaced and not just individual components. Instead of asking us, you should carefully make your own measurements,...
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omeagerman

08/28/15 11:24 AM
Re: Videos (reply)
What about a digital camera? Some of them have decent sounding built-in microphones. I've shot video of using a Panasonic Lumix G5 using the built in microphone. Other cameras have an input for even higher quality external...
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MrSoul

08/28/15 4:38 AM
Re: Fishman Matrix Infinity vs Fishman Sonitone (reply)
I tried an aura pedal but it doesn't sound good. My TC Play Acoustic has a 'bodyrez' setting which does sound pretty good. I feel the Matrix Infinity would be an easy upgrade though since no redrawing is required and people ay they are...
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AeroUSA

08/27/15 5:52 PM
Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
The vintage jack.
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ABCarlson

08/27/15 4:28 AM
Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
More pics. Those little wire clips were a pain. And I've even got skinny arms.
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ABCarlson

08/27/15 4:25 AM
Re: LR Baggs Lyric on an Authentic (reply)
Well, I got er in. This was the Baggage Man customized Lyric from forum member gilgaus. The only thing in the guitar is the Mic. And with the vintage jack, it's entirely non invasive. Barely room on the bridge plate.
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ABCarlson

08/27/15 4:22 AM
Re: Fishman Matrix Infinity vs Fishman Sonitone (reply)
Yes, a bit of lateral thinking in this case wouldn't go amiss: an Aura pedal would be totally non-invasive, can be auditioned before commitment and a secondhand one could be resold to recover its cost if it didn't work out.In fact, if a...
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omeagerman

08/26/15 2:48 PM
Re: Fishman Matrix Infinity vs Fishman Sonitone (reply)
Absolutely Kev, we're on the same page. My point is that adding the Aura to the Soni would cost less and probably sound better than swapping out the Soni for the Matrix.
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JackW

08/25/15 6:11 PM
Re: Fishman Matrix Infinity vs Fishman Sonitone (reply)
I don't dispute your findings, Jack, and should perhaps have said "optimally" rather than "properly". I was simply reciting the gospel according to Fishman: "When we record each instrument, we use our Acoustic Matrix undersaddle pickup....
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omeagerman

08/25/15 4:43 PM
Re: Fishman Matrix Infinity vs Fishman Sonitone (reply)
I've used Sonicore with the Aura and it worked great.
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JackW

08/25/15 2:00 PM

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