Pure Analog Circuitry
Its analog signal path goes from end to end — from preamp to output — to give acoustic musicians a richer tonal quality. Even the digital effects are mixed in parallel so they don’t affect the purity of your acoustic instrument.
Fully Balanced Stage D.I.
Flexible outputs include a 1/4″ amplifier output and XLR D.I. output for the lowest noise possible. Plus the D.I. features automatic ground-lifting and selectable pre/post EQ settings.
Discrete Class-A Preamp
With Fishman, you get quality discrete class-A signal conditioning created by the leader in instrument preamp design. The high-impedance input is a must when using a passive instrument pickup.
Advanced 4-Band EQ
Legendary 4-band equalizer design provides superior tone control for any acoustic instrument. The variable low-cut filter controls sub-bass effects produced by some passive pickups.
Experience was fine. Product was not up to snuff. I liked the idea of reverb, compressor, EQ and gain boost in one box. Compared to the LRBaggs the EQ is more limited. There is not a mute switch which is handy. The Reverb is OK but limited. The compressor is fine. The other stuff does not help a fiddle. The plastic case makes it feel cheap. LRBaggs Venue with a TC Helicon vocal reverb pedal sounds much better. I would like to see someone make a unit geared for violin...good eq with a notch filter, reverb, compression, gain boost and mute switch all in one box. (Pitch it to LR Baggs")