#1
Ok so I did the whole piezo element shebang. I want to put it under the bridge, like most piezos. If I bend and break off just enough will it still work? I don't plan on doing it if I can't. But my idea was to break so that there's still mostly middle and some ground area.
I got some good guitars, yo.
#2
I would think that it would break that part that transfers the sound. I'm pretty sure its fairly fragile. I wouldn't mess with it if I were you.
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#3
Well what about the feedback? Any way to put it on the guitar without all the womping noise? I just get a lot of bass feedback when the piezo is hooked up to my amp or pc with the speakers loud enough for me to hear the sounds over the guitar. I guess I should buy a soundhole block thing I saw that the shop down the street? It stated it was for acoustic guitars to stop feedback.
I got some good guitars, yo.
#4
just put some felt or cloth in between the piezo and guitar. and get a sound hole if you are using an acoustic to put over the sound hole...
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#5
I've got a piece of this soft stuff off my headphones, will that work?
I got some good guitars, yo.
#6
I dno. But something lol. just a bit of cloth or cut up a tea towel.
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New Zealand