#1
I want to connect my acoustic F-cut guitar through a transducer to a Roland microcube
will it damage the amp in any setting
#3
uhm, by transducer do you mean a piezo pickup? (under the bridge?)
I assume it's a semi-acoustic, and if you have a jack out there should be no problem. You can hook an acoustic guitar to an amp without problems.
#4
no, it should be fine. doesn't the microcube even have an "acoustic" setting?
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#5
Quote by JorisBlack
uhm, by transducer do you mean a piezo pickup? (under the bridge?)
I assume it's a semi-acoustic, and if you have a jack out there should be no problem. You can hook an acoustic guitar to an amp without problems.


i stick the pickup near the f hole when i want to use it . its not a piezo pickup, it acts more like a mic which picks up string vibrations, its external and doesnt come under the bridge\strings
#6
Quote by sixstringlife
i stick the pickup near the f hole when i want to use it . its not a piezo pickup, it acts more like a mic which picks up string vibrations, its external and doesnt come under the bridge\strings


is that like one made by dimarzio cause ive used one through the schools p.a and seriously you gotta keep it at 50% cause anymore and things start to get muddy