#2
This is not a pup, this is a microphone, and microphones should be amplified through PA.
#3
I know it is read my post. I have a piezo pup in my electric. I was asking if i could amplify it with that. It just happens to come with a mic. I have no clue how you came up with that response.
#5
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I know it is read my post. I have a piezo pup in my electric. I was asking if i could amplify it with that. It just happens to come with a mic. I have no clue how you came up with that response.

Your link goes to a page with only a microphone and some other audio equipment, no pup.
#6
a small acoustic amp?
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#8
I wish I had $500 bucks to spend but I am on a budget. It isnt going to be used in a band setting.
#9
lol @ all the replies.

I don't know much about Piezo pickups but keyboard amps can take almost everything without having any issues
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#11
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wait, piezo pickups in electric guitars usually can be run through regular amps, can they not? that's what Petrucci and countless others do?

If you mean ACOUSTIC-electric, it's not much different, just an acoustic amp would sound better.


That's what I've thought. I've always heard piezo pickups played through normal amps.

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#12
no I have an ibanez with a graphtech ghost piezo pickup. I was told that for the best acoustic clarity I should not play it through a guitar amplifier.
#13
Quote by Petrucciowns
no I have an ibanez with a graphtech ghost piezo pickup. I was told that for the best acoustic clarity I should not play it through a guitar amplifier.


what about on the clean channel?

Regardless, you are sending it through a power amp of sorts to amplify it.
A preamp should be installed in your guitar, correct? It should work, and sound fine.

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#14
yeah it has a preamp, I havent installed it yet I just ordered it. Im just thinking my mid, bass and treble setting for my electric are going to affect the sound of the acoustic. I only have one eq for both channels.
#16
well if you got graph tech piezo then you have a stereo jack. one should go to your normal amp and the other can go either to a P.A., keyboard amp, or a acoustic amp. you can go through it through the electric amp but it won't sound as good
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#18
i honestly don't know about P.A.'s or those speakers to recommend them.

would i would recommend is, AFTER you have your piezo system fully functional, go to your local music shop with your guitar and try out different acoustic amps, P.A.s, ect.

sorry i can't be of much help
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#19
If you have an EQ for it, you won't need an amp. You can just use PA. Of course, I would still run it through an acoustic amp, but that's just me.
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