#1
so im just wondering what kind of sound i could expect from plugging my takamine eg544sc into the new electric amp i'll be getting around christmas. i need to be able to play both electric and acoustic on stage and have GOOD tone from both. im currently leaning towards a fender deville so im just wondering if anyone has any idea of the sound quality i would get through that.
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yes, pointing it at your head will send the sound towards your head.


it's the same with guns too, before you go testing that one.
#2
i have a twin reverb and when i plug in my acoustic it sounds awesome. generally if you don't have access to an "acoustic" amp, fender amps (or perhaps the roland jazz chorus amps) are the next best thing.
#3
alright sweet. thanks alot
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Quote by gregs1020
yes, pointing it at your head will send the sound towards your head.


it's the same with guns too, before you go testing that one.
#4
Im in the same boat. Don't know what amp to get for an acoustic
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
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Washburn D10SK Acoustic
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Boss NS-2, TU-2, MT-2, DS-1, SD-1
#5
Well, just keep the gain/drive down, and be careful to EQ the acoustic right. Distortion+Acoustic almost always=hideous feedback...at least for me. Keep it as clean as you can get it; It won't sound as "acoustic like" as an acoustic amp or a PA, but it will work; I do it with my amp when I get bored.
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