The Fishman Aura Acoustic Imaging Blender isn't a pickup, yet it picks up where pickups leave off. Aura is not a microphone, yet it makes you sound like you're playing into a great mic in a great room... Click To Read More About This Product
The Fishman Aura Acoustic Imaging Blender isn't a pickup, yet it picks up where pickups leave off. Aura is not a microphone, yet it makes you sound like you're playing into a great mic in a great room. Using breakthrough Acoustic Sound Image technology, Aura casts a stunning studio sheen over your performance. Your pickup signal (piezo or magnetic) blends with Aura and is delivered through a 1/4" or XLR out.
With Images for most popular acoustic guitars, and the capability to build custom Images for your specific instrument, this is the only way to get the full, rich, responsive sound you've always wanted live. And Aura is not modeling. It is Acoustic Sound Imaging--a quantum leap for acoustic amplification--and only Fishman has it.
It also features dual active 3-band EQs, two compressor types, 50 program locations, a digital tuner, feedback canceling, and an AC adapter, all in a stylish and rugged steel case.
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Seroius about acoustic tone, but frustrated with my Boss pedals sounding plastic, I tried the Fishman Aura and now I own two of these: I won't play without a back-up unit. Although there is a slight learing curve at first, programing is not like a bunch of menus. In fact, I got hooked because the tweaking involved is more like an amp and now I can make adjustments on the fly, ahead of the gig. Finally, it doesn't matter whether I'm playing high or low end acoustics and doesn't matter whether the pickup is under saddle or magnetic sound hole, the sound is full-on acoustic. Now, I go from the guitar through the Aura and into my PA or amp, that's it. I can rotate through multiple acoustics with balanced volume via the level control whether it's aggressive strumming or finger-style. I've even learned more about each of my guitars because although you can down-load awesome sound images, just matching-up the body style and wood type has given me some beautiful surprises. I recommend this for anyone playing heavy acoustic gigs with strong dynamic changes and especially for rotating through two or more acoustics during a gig.