#1
Ok, im up most of the night and thats when i like to pratice guitar... thing is with this acoustic i cant really pratice quietly... anyone have an idea how i can quite the guitar down some???
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#2
soundproof the room???
(or what you call it, I'm not english)

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#3
um i cant sound proof my bedroom lol... i live in a trailer and the wells are really thin lol
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#5
lol i wish mine was... i do hit the strings lightly but i get carried away and hit them harder everytime would covering the sound hole with like a towel work?
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#7
well mainly i want to cut out probly 90% of the sound just while people are sleeping so i think putting a towel over it would help alot and i can take it off when im done... but mainly just gota quite it down alot so i can practice at night
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#9
well i just tested it and its still kinda loud
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#11
Buy a soundhole cover? That would definitely kill the volume.
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#12
^This.

I'm surprised the towel didn't damp the strings.
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#13
Ever seen string mutes on a violin? You can do the same thing with an acoustic guitar. Just slide some softish paper up under the strings all the way to the bridge and wedge it in there. It'll mute the strings perfectly. If you put too much, just use less paper until you get the sound just right. The violin ones are made from thick hunks of cotton or felt.
Get a soundhole cover. They make them for acoustics that are prone to feedback during live acts. Musiciansfriend stocks them. Feedback Busters is one brand.
#14
yeah covering the hole will probbly work or u can play something real sopft during the night and play loud during the day