#2
that pickup is for an acoustic.. it goes in the hole. why do you want to play it through an amp if you are still new? I think you'd only need a pickup if you were playing shows and stuff.
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#3
Quote by FightinIrishPJ
that pickup is for an acoustic.. it goes in the hole. why do you want to play it through an amp if you are still new? I think you'd only need a pickup if you were playing shows and stuff.


So I can play along with a drummer and bassist if need be, I am on the newer side too but Christmas is coming up and I want something that will help encourage me musically.

Besides my acoustic is rather quiet.
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#4
The pickup might not be loud enough unless you buy a preamp as well. Signals on passive systems are very weak.

You would greatly benefit from something like this...
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/LR-Baggs-Gigpro-Acoustic-Guitar-Preamp?sku=307107
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#5
Quote by captivate
The pickup might not be loud enough unless you buy a preamp as well. Signals on passive systems are very weak.

You would greatly benefit from something like this...
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/LR-Baggs-Gigpro-Acoustic-Guitar-Preamp?sku=307107


Thank you for that advice, I will probably pick one of those up after Christmas if I am not happy with the p-up and amp alone.
Epi Gothic Thunderbird
Squier P-Bass w/new pups
Ibanez RG7321
Washburn Acoustic Guitar
SWR LA 12

POD X3 Live $300/500.