#2
depends on the mic and the pups for the acoustic-electric

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depends on the mic and the pups for the acoustic-electric


haha, that was real helpful...personally, i prefer using a mic on an acoustic, ive never really been into acoustic/electrics
#4
well...thats pretty much all i had to say about that...
and its basically true isnt it?
i mean an acoustic with a great mic will sound better than an acoustic-electric with a crappy pup...and vice versa

what i would do though is mic the acoustic..better IMO

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#6
depends on the mic,

but generally a miced acoustic stounds so much better beacuse of the variety of mics, mic position. You can't go wrong with a miced acoustic,

acoustics with pickups are great, but they are mainly made for live purposes...however, lots of people use them for recording as well..theres no right or wrong,


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Thanks. I was deciding on a Martin acoustic or the acoustic-electric.



it wouldnt hurt to get an acoustic/electric, as long as you think it sounds great without pluggin it in. That way you have the extra option of playing it live, direct,
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