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Old 01-24-2021, 08:53 PM
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Default Fishman Loudbox Mini Charge into Bose S1 Pro - Video Demo

I've been experimenting at home with a couple of my small acoustic amps and my pedalboard signal chain. Forgive the overly long self indulgent playing. I was having fun enjoying the sound.
  • Fishman Loudbox Mini Charge
  • Bose S1 Pro

Since the Fishman LB Mini Charge has a more flexible preamp and sounds a little more natural acoustically, I went into the Fishman LB Mini Charge first. Then I took an XLR line-out from the Fishman and fed that into Channel 1 of the Bose S1 Pro.

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Martin DC-18E w//Baggs Anthem > Baggs Align Session > Nuenaber Seraphim shimmer Reverb *(Shimmer off) > Diamond Memory Lane Jr Delay > Fishman Loudbox Mini Charge > Bose S1 Pro (Tonematch OFF).

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Nice sound!! I'm glad you posted this because I have a very similar story. A couple years back I tried doing live gigs, by going from my pedal board to Loudbox Artist, to an Alto Trouper PA, (on high stand behind to my left side). one on each side of me, with Loudbox closer for easy access to control knobs. It sounded really nice. Then I decided to do the setup so the Loudbox was smack in front of me on a low angled stand, as a monitor! Volume was low/just enough to hear its great tone.

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Great sound, outstanding playing! I have an LBM that I haven't used much since I got the S1... I may have to run through it again to see if I can get that kind of tone. I won't ever get that kind of playing though. Good job!
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Great sound, outstanding playing! I have an LBM that I haven't used much since I got the S1... I may have to run through it again to see if I can get that kind of tone. I won't ever get that kind of playing though. Good job!
Thanks Jim! You are very kind sir. I attribute some of the tone to the LR Baggs Anthem, and this incredible Martin cutaway DC-18. These amps deliver the tone the guitar brings. That makes me very happy.
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