#1
There's obviously some reverb in there but can anyone give me a combination of effects (with recording software) that makes an electric guitar sound acoustic? I have Adobe Audition 3.
#3
well there is an acoustic guitar set up on guitar rig.
It sounds good enough. But to get the proper acoustic sound, you will need a acoustic guitar...
#4
You'll need a piezo equipped guitar to even start coming close to an acoustic...
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#5
I have an electric and Yamaha Magicstomp procoessor ($150 unit on ebay these days) and it does a fair job at turning an electric into a few acoustic guitars.

more info here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoBNDmesECk

And here;
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/magicstomppro/

Its close enough for me but yea you'll never get close enough with simulators...
#6
Well, what I'm trying to do is to make my guitar sound like a sitar. Someone told me I need an acoustic simulator but I don't want to spend money on a pedal. Adobe manages to model some pretty descent amps so I think it can do something about acoustic.
#7
turn down the bass, and boost the higher end on your EQ....turn the tone knob up on the guitar and pick near the bridge. That should do a fair job but you need to experiment with different amp settings and such...

i know I remember seeing a youtube video out there showing something like this but cant seem to find the one I had in mind...