offers. You can hear the subtle details in the
strange and compelling DADGAD chords.
Plug It in, Turn It Up
The Fishman electronics sound great and
give the player a lot of flexibility. You’ve
got Notch and Volume knobs, four slider
controls for Brilliance, Treble, Contour, and
Bass, and another slider between the Phase
and Tuner buttons to set the EQ’s center
frequency between 250 Hz to 3 kHz.
Plugged into my Baggs Core 1, the C770T
sounds, well, tremendous. I pushed the
Contour Frequency slider slightly toward
the 3 kHz side, left everything else flat, and
sat on my couch for over an hour just enjoying the rich, full, satisfying tones in as many
tunings as I could think of. The Fishman system offers plenty of sparkle and definition.
The guitar’s amplified sound is warm, but
not mushy, with round bass and clear mids
that let the C770T soar, growl, snap, and
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