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  • Dakota FlameRider
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    Originally posted by Caleb_Elling View Post
    Are you running any monitors? If so, do you have any control over the monitor mix?

    The M1A should have a strong enough signal to mix well, but depending on your setup, and if other musicians have on-stage amps, your guitar might get lost in the mix.
    I found I'm much better off running my M1A thru a preamp before going into the mixer.....as much for EQ as for volume. I use a (gasp) Fishman Pro EQII. With it inline, I can run my M1A at about 5....the Fishman about 1/4 volume and I settle into the overall mix just fine.

    I originally used the M1A w/o the inline preamp, but found I had to max everything out and liked the result MUCH better with some EQ. I use the M1A in a Gibson J45.

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  • Caleb_Elling
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    Are you running any monitors? If so, do you have any control over the monitor mix?

    The M1A should have a strong enough signal to mix well, but depending on your setup, and if other musicians have on-stage amps, your guitar might get lost in the mix.

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  • benleeleger
    started a topic M1 output

    M1 output

    ive been using an active m1 active and mainly playing through a pa. and i can barely hear myself over anyone else. do i need another preamp and if so any
    recamendations.
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