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First, let me make clear that I am not really a gear guy and I never have been. When my fellow guitarists start going off about the wattage of their amps, the kind of tubes, what brand pickup they use, etc. I am usually baffled about how people can tell the difference.
In general the DYN-G and AER amps are not the ideal combination. The DYN-G works well through most other amps and PA systems. The AER seems to do best with piezo type pickups..quote]
Well the irony for me is that i bought the AER (ok my wife bought me it) because i thought it would be the ideal companion for the Schertler Dyn-G and acoustic based instruments. I can see this being a bit like how long is a piece of string and how much money can we throw at it..........any way to cut a long storey short i re-read through this thread and took some of the advice on board and i can see that it is possible to get a little more out of my AER by ensuring it is placed facing away from my guitar i can now get the volume to 50% whilst the Master is set to 1/4 which means the guitar has at least 2 to 3 times its own acoustic volume. The amp is still really under worked and the sound is ok i guess, a lot less coloured than my old Marshall Acoustic 50AS but still not really a true reflection of the acoustic signal. I guess as the AER supports phantom power putting a condenser microphone into the XLR input would provide the cleanest signal, i have'nt tried this yet. But hell the Schertler Dyn-G cost me a lot of cash so this pickup should be better than a £50 Condenser mic, if not, what the hell are am i doing???