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The Martin guitar that the OP owns, has a Fishman pickup (pretty sure anyway!). Out of curiosity, why did you try an M1A with the Aura? these two systems definitely will not work out well together. I could see that being a very hollow and mid rangy tone.FYI, the Fishman Aura is made to work with Fishman pickups, particularly, the Fishman Matrix. When I had the Aura I couldn't get a good sound with my LRbaggs MIA pickup. So, good luck. A Zoom A3 handles all acoustic pickups well.
Never heard of that pickup before!I just demoed one today going through a Schertler Unico with my Larravee OM O3R and a AER AK15+ dual source pickup and it sounded great...
I had it on Orchestra and loved it on preset 1 which is a Soundelux® E47 and 11 which is a Shure Beta 58A
It's odd that you are experiencing feedback with the Spectrum. Where do you have the blend set at? Although it's using imaging, your main source is still a UST. It really should not be feeding back.I still struggle with feedback using the Aura Spectrum, I wish the (3) notch filters kicked in a little sooner than they do.
For the OP: Update your unit often as they come out with new "Library" sound profiles fairly often. I was surprised to find new ones for my Rainsong guitars on the last update.
This was it for me...my rehearsal space is small and I had the PA speakers behind my mic...as soon as I positioned one closet to me ahead of my mic and angled the other one away from my mic the feedback stopped and I could suddenly turn my PA louder...How do you have the speakers set up in your rehearsal space? If you are getting that much feedback from all sources then the gain is either far too high or the speakers are positioned incorrectly. Do you have speakers facing you? Have you tried the aura system live? If so, did it feedback there?