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I recently had a Cardoba Koa CE ( http://www.guitarcenter.com/Cordoba-Koa-CE-Classical-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar-104311253-i1166343.gc ) mailed to me after playing a display model at Guitar Center. I love the guitar, the finish and craftsmanship on the guitar is great (Besides the fact the where fretboard meets the soundhole looks like it was cut by a drunk person; but I could get over that), and it plays excellent. But when I play the guitar amplified, the high E string gets almost completely drowned out. I can also notice this if I play scales, as all the other strings are significantly louder when played individually. This is extremely frustrating to me, because being able to play the guitar amplified is important to me. Is there anything I can do to the electronics so it picks up the sound from the high E string better (B-Band Electronics, by the way)? I'd really rather not bring it back just because one string isn't getting amplified. Any help is appreciated, thanks in advance.
Last edited by LedZeppelin7104 at Jul 2, 2009,