FPETV Michael Garfield LR Baggs Venue DI and M1A Pickup

FPETV Michael Garfield LR Baggs Venue DI and M1A Pickup

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hi my name is Michael Garfield I'm a performing singer/songwriter and I'm here to talk to you about my love affair with the LR bags venue di this handy little box has saved me a tremendous amount of trouble in my stage setup for a number of reasons and I'm gonna tell you all about them right now so the first thing is that I play a Martin d-35 which is a famously bass heavy guitar
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and I also run it through a looping pedal with a separate vocal line going into that same pedal and only one output going to the sound man and that means that in the in the last few years I get yelled at by sound men on a pretty regular basis for not running two separate lines because they have to mix vocals and guitar in the same channel and as someone who's run sound before I understand that that's a serious issue but now what I can do is just tell the
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sound guy to mix for voice and then once he's got a suitable signal running through the monitors then I can go back and do a staged sub mix on the guitar that would have been helpful even if I weren't doing that because so many different guitars so many different EQ setups and I personally don't like to always have to rely on the guy at the board for a hundred percent of that it's
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been a traumatizing few years of bass feedback but not anymore another great thing is that my playing style varies between very soft percussive work on the fret board and finger style stuff and then much more aggressive plectrum strumming and so that was always an issue because I either played the loud songs quietly or I played the soft songs loud and I never had a compressor now I don't need to
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worry about that because I'm able to maintain dynamic range within a song and just hit the boost button with the adjustable boosts if I'm gonna go from a loud song to a soft song or if I've laid down a lot of loops I can hit the boost for my solo and I can rest assured knowing that what I do is not gonna get buried in the rest of the loops which is especially a problem when you're looping the same instrument over and over and over again you know whatever you the last few things you throw on top or
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bounding it lost but I don't worry about that anymore and another thing that I always used to struggle with is that I had a head board mounted vibration sensing tuner and had a loose screw in it somewhere I could never quite fix and so either I took it off and left it on the ground during songs or I left it on my guitar and it would rattle while I played and it would get picked up through the pickup which is atrocious
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and so I don't have to worry about that anymore nor do I have to worry about having to put people through the the awkward sounds of my tuning while I play it's a very easy to read display even in low stages light I've had no trouble with it it's a fantastic unit so there you have it those are the things that I love most about this let me show you
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what it sounds like here we are with my Martin d-35 my LR bags m1 active sound whole pickup which for its price is the best pickup that I've ever seen for all of the percussive stuff that I do to the guitar it's the cheapest pickup I found that that does that without a intensive installation and I can still get weird electric feedback effects from the magnetic coils in it it's a lot of fun
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and I'm running it through the venue di and this is what it sounds like so thanks lr bags for creating such a fabulous little box

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