Great for recording electro-acoustic guitars straight into mixing desk
I bought this for my fairly lifeless sounding Yamaha acoustic to see if it could add some 'umph' to the sound rather than getting another acoustic. I was pleasantly surprised at how it cleans up the sound. To my ears it sounds like the aural-exciters boosting the sub-harmonics and upper-harmonics without muddying the sound and to this it does a very good job. Therefore I don't think you could get a similar sound with a standard graphic EQ as easy or as quick.
There is a definite boost the low end and a bright sparkle to the top. There is only one control knob which provides 'less or more' to the addition of the boosts. I run my acoustic into this BodyRez and then into a TC electronics Mini Spark boost and and the sound is really really good and would not even bother miking the acoustic now (unless it was only an acoustic of course). I also run my electro-acoustic classical through his set-up and also I am impressed with the sound I am getting.
The feedback canceller, I have not had a chance to try in live situation, but I did try it pushing the volume with a powered floor wedge monitor in the studio and it it worked fine, cutting out the offending frequency dead. So I would suggest it is must for the gigging electro-acoustic player.
This tiny pedal has only one control and only does one thing, but yet again TC have squeezed a usb port in just above the power input socket (for toneprint?) This was a bit of a gamble for me as it is intended for acoustic guitar, but I want to use it with mandolin or bouzouki. I understand the principle that it thickens up the sound from a bridge under saddle pickup or similar device and makes it more like the true sound with the instrument's body resonance (hence the name). TC Electronic have never yet failed to impress me with their digital processing on just about every device (I have 4 of their pedals at present - 5 now). How can I rate this for "Features"? It only does one thing (as it comes out of the box), but if you can edit a toneprint for it then the possibilities are wide open. The official TC website doesn't yet mention Toneprint for this pedal, so it isn't clear if any will become available for other acoustic instruments. It works quite well with a bouzouki as it is, so I'll give it 3 stars for sound and also 3 stars for features as it comes out of the box.
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