#1
I got myself a piezo transducer that works with suction

something like this

http://store.musicbasics.com/t-mpu1.html

I am going to put it on a cello:



Where should I stick the suction?

The optimal place, of course would be right under the bridge, but the suction just never sticks, of course, I tried everywhere else and it still doesn't stick, the places that stick a bit are in my way of playing the cello, I can put it on the bridge, but the sound quality is not all that good without the resonance.

So where should I place my piezo for best sound quality and anyway to make the suction stick on really really well?

Yes I cleaned both surfaces.
#2
Just try it in different positions and see where you think it sounds the best
"He remembered that they were but flesh, a passing breeze that does not return"
#3
Quote by mikb
Just try it in different positions and see where you think it sounds the best


The places which sound best are a problem, because the piezo won't stick on.