Harmony-Central's review of IK's new acoustic miking system
Here are quotes from Craig Anderton's review of iRig Acoustic Stage on Harmony-Central.com:
“iRig Acoustic Stage Miking System for Acoustic Guitar…if your acoustic guitar has no internal electronics, then this is a pretty close to a no-brainer purchase. iRig Acoustic Stage checks off all the boxes—tone, convenience, DSP, and ease of use—for under $100. And as a bonus, it definitely has its uses for recording.”
“The Gibson (guitar piezo) does one sound, iRig Acoustic Stage does three sounds, but put the two together and you have a huge variety of sounds that neither makes by itself. It’s very similar to the options you have when going direct and taking a mic feed, and the phase switch adds another dimension. (Of course you don’t have to use the internal mixing option; you can feed the guitar’s output and the iRig’s output independently to an interface or mixer for stereo.) I found several recording-ready sounds that I would definitely use, generally with the iRig Acoustic Stage contributing a lower frequency warmth, and the HP 735 providing the definition.”
Learn more about iRig Acoustic Stage from IK Multimedia.