Fishman Loudbox Artist · Amplificador guitarra acústica
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Fishman Loudbox Artist · Guitarra Acústica Amplificador
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When I first used the amp I was a bit disappointed with the sound and I struggled to get a clear acoustic tone from my electro acoustic guitar. However, this was entirely my own fault as I had not read the instructions properly and not fully understood how to operate (the slightly confusing) effects controls. The instructions recommend turning the master volume up to between 1 - 4 o'clock and then adjusting the gain knob to give the desired volume, when I did this the amp immediately produced a much crisper, more useable acoustic tone. I also found that the EQ controls worked well at different volumes to maintain this transparent acoustic sound. I'm not a big fan of digital effects but the reverbs and echoes worked fine and I'm sure that many people will also love the chorus and flanger, which aren't too extreme. As well as an electro acoustic guitar I also tried the amp with an electric guitar, a ukulele, a banjo and a mandolin and was able to tweak the controls to get a good sound out of all of them. When I plugged a mike in to play my harmonicas I found that leads with balanced XLRs worked best giving a louder, cleaner signal and again I was quickly able to dial in a good sound with the EQ knobs and found that the reverb and echo effects worked best. Using the amp to play guitar and sing through I was easily able to adjust the channel controls to get a good balance between the two and produce a pleasing mix that would be perfectly usable for small pub/club gigs - although ideally I'd prefer twin speakers to push more air. Despite the relatively small speaker there seemed to be lots of space in the mix between the vocals and the guitar and I was able to back off the mike and adjust the volume of my singing and still be heard over the guitar.
I think that the Loudbox Artist is a very compact, lightweight package that nonetheless produces lots of volume, has a very good transparent acoustic sound and allows lots of variation to that basic acoustic sound through the multiple controls and onboard digital effects on each channel. Similarly I've never seen such a comprehensive selection of outputs on an amp, which should meet every requirement for connecting to external mixing desks, effects, recording equipment etc. The amp also comes with useful controls to fight feedback and a section in the (very informative) instructions also gives advice on this. However, I'm afraid that I found that amp has almost too many features, you really do have to read the instructions before you start because some of the controls are not intuitive and although you'll hopefully soon come to terms with them I do wonder if I'll struggle under dim stage lights when something isn't working and I've got so many options to check through. The cabinet seems a bit thin and flimsy to me and I do wonder how it will face up to life on the road, particularly the plastic corner pieces, and also the forward/upward facing controls which although very easy to access also seem very vulnerable. If you are buying this amp I'd definitely recommend getting a cover for it as soon as possible. (See also my review of the Fishman amp cover - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fishman-Artist-ACC-LBX-SC1-Fitted-Loudbox/dp/B003XIJJVC/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1437579115&sr=8-1-fkmr2&keywords=fishman+loudbox+acoustic+artist+amp+cover)