#1
I'm looking for a new guitar. I play both metal and acoustic genres so it's hard for me to choose a guitar. Some of my needs are 24 frets, able to squeel quite easily and play metal, and close as possible to an acoustic sound. i was wondering if i could get a good metal guitar and then just get an acoustic pedal? Or I've heard of piezo systems, but do piezo make for type of guitar, such as a schecter? Or there might be other ways to accomplish this and I'm not aware of it... thanks for the help, I need alot of suggestions.
#2
piezo is probably your best bet. the problem is that ive only seen it on parker guitars and on john petrucci's signature guitar.You could buy a guitar and get the piezo system installed into it later.
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#3
There's a pedal called Acoustic Simulator, I think is a Boss or Digitech, but I tried and it sounded pretty cool, I think it was...40 or 50 bucks
#4
Slash has the piezo on his sig LP so Im sure you could put it in just about anything.
#5
Strat in the middle+bridge pick up position, sound pretty interesting.
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Rockman Sustainer Clean 2 mode. Or a Rockman Acoustic Simulator, it's just the Clean 2 setting from the sustainer though.
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I just found out there's a piezo pickup under the bridge of my Dean Icon. The acoustic sound is only "passable" haven't tried it with a simulator yet. Always wondered why this guitar had such sweet high notes. The active pickup lends itself to that nicely.
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There's a pedal called Acoustic Simulator, I think is a Boss or Digitech, but I tried and it sounded pretty cool, I think it was...40 or 50 bucks



they are pretty good, but i would check out the schecter with piezo in the bridge!
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I'm looking for a new guitar. I play both metal and acoustic genres so it's hard for me to choose a guitar. Some of my needs are 24 frets, able to squeel quite easily and play metal, and close as possible to an acoustic sound. i was wondering if i could get a good metal guitar and then just get an acoustic pedal? Or I've heard of piezo systems, but do piezo make for type of guitar, such as a schecter? Or there might be other ways to accomplish this and I'm not aware of it... thanks for the help, I need alot of suggestions.

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