#1
what all do you need for an electric-acoustic to be used in an amp?

i have a pod xt live and AS I RECALL, it has an acoustic amp sim on it, but even so,
if it DOESN'T do you need specifically and acoustic-electric amp and head, or really just the head, or what,

any info would be extremely helpful,
thanks
#2
You can use a regular electric guitar head. However the tone that is produced will not be nearly as good as the tone that would be produced using an acoustic guitar amp.
#3
By electric acoustic, do you mean a Acoustic with electronics, or do you mean a hollow body electric? If its the acoustic with electronics, then they make acoustic guitar amps especially for that. If it a hollow body electric, then just get yourself a electric guitar amp.
#4
You can use a normal electric guitar head straight from your electr acoustic. It wont be as good as an acoustic amp but its a hell of a lot cheaper.
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#5
For gigs, so long as the PA system is decent quality, you can just D.I it, and get the monitor engineer to adjust your tone. Works for me.
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#6
i run my acoustic electrics into a pa, ^like said, when out.

at home practice i use an acoustic amp or a SS electric guitar practice amp with nice cleans.
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