#1
Hello there, fellow UGers! Would you mind helping an acoustic player out?

I'm thinking about getting an electric guitar and use it with an acoustic modeler to make it easier on stage, as i find an acoustic to be a bit too bulky sometimes. Just to experiment. And of course, just to practice on something at home.

I've narrowed it down to either an Epiphone Dot Studio, or a used Yamaha RGX-520 FZ. It also seems like the only RGX-520 in Sweden, this one, is too far away to try out beforehand.

What do you think I should take? And why? Thanks.
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#2
If by "acoustic modeler" you mean that Boss acoustic simulator pedal, that thing is a piece of crap and just makes your clean tone more sterile and adds some reverb. I've tried it.

I'd recommend something with piezo pickups if you can find a guitar with them.
#3
You can find a thinline acoustic, i know washburn do them, and Bc Rich produced a few.
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#4
Quote by Pac_man0123
If by "acoustic modeler" you mean that Boss acoustic simulator pedal, that thing is a piece of crap and just makes your clean tone more sterile and adds some reverb. I've tried it.

I'd recommend something with piezo pickups if you can find a guitar with them.


there's an actual acoustic modeler. but i forgot what brand. its pretty good, and yeah the boss pedal sucks ****
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