When it comes to sound, I'm a total amateur. I know enough to get our old man cover band to sound ok in the small bars we play here in Arizona. We recently did our first show with the M20D. I still have a lot of learning to do, but here's what someone, totally unsolicited, posted on our FB page afterward:
"Last night Jolie's had the great pleasure of hosting the supersonic "Rock Hawgs" . They were at full power, having fun and showing off a top notch level of musicianship. They sounded great! Jolie’s can be an acoustic challenge for the bands that appear there, and I’ve never heard any band there sound as good as the “Rock Hawgs” did last night. They had it down and dialed in. Thanks again for a rocking good time, Rock Hawgs!"
I apologize for the band plugs, but... unless you live in the east valley of Phoenix, you'll never ever see us anyway
I attribute this response to the M20D! The band was totally thrilled with the sound. We use powered monitors and a power amp to passive speakers for FOH so the only thing that has changed from previous shows is the mixer. Like I said, we're just amateurs when it comes to sound production and I got the M20D to help us out in that regard and simplify things for us. I think it did the job I expected it to do. There were many other compliments from people that night that had seen us many times before that said we sounded way better than ever.
Kudos to Line 6 and the job they did with the M20D. Looking forward to actually knowing what I'm doing and sounding even better down the road!