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Anybody tired Sabine Solo Feedbeck Elaminator on stage?

Discussion in 'Amps, Mics & Pickups [DB]' started by Barcza, Jun 6, 2019.

  1. Barcza


    May 1, 2005
    I use Ehrlund contact PU mic. Sounds amazing in jazz combos, but in louder settings, I fighting with Feedback....
    I Have the Headway EDB preamp with notch filter, but sometime i noticed one or two more feedbacking frequency....

    I allways intrested in sabine solo products, both the XRL and Line versions, but never find a single person who tired one with bass....

  2. Happy Steve

    Happy Steve Supporting Member

    Dec 17, 2007
    Mel-burn, Ore-stralia
    Not this one, but I tried a Behringer mic pre (Shark) with a similar feedback feature many moons ago. Let's say, I only tried it once live. Each sustained note was eliminated from the spectrum, quickly creating a very empty sound. I think Sabine may have a better reputation, and possibly better algorithms / workflow so YMMV. I recently got a Zoom A3, which also has capacity for identifying and notching up to 3 problem frequencies. I haven't tried that feature out yet. Note that you will still hear feedback for a short time before the eliminator cuts in when using live. Still embarrasing!
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  3. Barcza


    May 1, 2005
    I start seeing why, don’t use all of us this units.....
  4. Tried the Shark once too, same experience, not useful.
    The automatic mode is even worse.
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