MaKaToM
Only started in November.
Join date: Dec 2009
725 IQ
#1
OK,

So I'm going to be doing some gigs, but the guitar I am wanting to use (as it's a delight to play) is my trusty Taylor BT2 Mahogany. However, this isn't an electro-acoustic.

So, could anyone reccommend me a setup (internal mic, under bridge pickup, soundhole pickup etc) that would really get the best out of the baby Taylor.

I have been looking at such items as the GHS Acoustic Soundhole Microphone and the K&K Pure Mini, but I'd really appreciate your input.

Thanks so much,

Tom
Bikewer
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2010
65 IQ
#2
The K&K item is very well thought of....It's very popular on the Acoustic Guitar Forum. Needs to be installed, though.
A simple soundhole pickup is very easy, but most of them sound rather "electric" as they are usually just magnetic pickups. Some do have a piezo element.