#1
Hi everyone,
i have an Ibanez RG2120x with piezo. I would use his piezo sound live blended with the clean sound. To improve the acoustic sound i should buy a DI pedal…
Which one do you suggest me?
#2
Quote by Bias_official
To improve the acoustic sound i should buy a DI pedal…
You mean you want to sound like an acoustic guitar and you want an acoustic guitar pre?

'cause a DI box is made to alter the sound as little as possible.
A proper one at least...

Anyway, if it's an acoustic guitar pre you want, what tone are you after exactly?
'cause you might wanna get different things depending on that.
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You mean you want to sound like an acoustic guitar and you want an acoustic guitar pre?

'cause a DI box is made to alter the sound as little as possible.
A proper one at least...

Anyway, if it's an acoustic guitar pre you want, what tone are you after exactly?
'cause you might wanna get different things depending on that.



I meant to say that i want to improve my piezo acoustic sound, 'cause i want to put the signal right through the P.A system. Now the sound is good but it run out of frequencies...
#4
I've had a lot of success with the Tech 21 Sansamp as a DI for an actual acoustic. Maybe look for a used one?
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#5
Quote by Bias_official
I meant to say that i want to improve my piezo acoustic sound, 'cause i want to put the signal right through the P.A system. Now the sound is good but it run out of frequencies...
I've really never had a problem plugging an acoustic guitar into a PA system.

I mean maybe you could get yourself a nice compressor or a nice pre, though you don't need anything fancy imo.

You could use an GAP pre73dlx so you'd have the pre and EQ and a balanced line out to send to the front desk, or that + whatever compressor or whatever compressor alone, say the FMR RNLA if you want some color or RNC if you want transparency.
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