#1
Has anyone done this and what sort of sound would I expect to get out of it? Is it OK to run it through my electric guitar amp?

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#2
A lot of PRS hollow's have piezo's built in and they sound unbelievable. i doubt there would be any problems apart from the typical problems in doing any wiring to a semi hollow due to difficulty reaching the wires
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#5
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You sure that's not a bridge piezo though? Correct me if I'm wrong but I think the OP was referring to a piezo style where you just glue the buzzer disc inside the wood.

I just thought of that. It probably is a bridge piezo. I have no clue though
#6
Think I'll give it a go next month when I have some spare cash. I'll start off with something cheap just to gauge the effect and go from there.

Thrench
Ibanez AS73
Squier Blonde Standard Telecaster
Home built Telecaster Deluxe
Vox AC4TV amp
Vox V845 Wah Wah
Marshall reverb
Korg Pandora PX4 multi effects
Digitech Death Metal distortion pedal


God is busy, save yourselves!!!
#8
billm90,
Mind if I address you as the Piezo Master?
What does a piezo on/near the trem springs sound like?
I notice on my Floyd Rose you can hear quite a bit of sound coming from the tremolo cavity. This is unplugged of course.
Also, even on my Strat knockoff, alot of sound comes from the Tremolo cavity.
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