I’ve been reading for decades that negative feedback in traditional linear amps should be avoided since it (sorry, no pun intended) negatively affects its sonic performance, especially in the upper frequencies. I’ve taken this as the gospel truth ever since I first learned about the use of feedback in amps.
First you need a bit more clarification on just what "feedback" are you talking about, "global feedback" or Local feedback"? As both are very different.
"local" is a good thing if the output stage is designed right with minimum problems. "Global" is also ok if used sparingly and not use to correct big problems.
Then there's "feed forward" that I've seen in Rouge M120 monoblocks.