#1
So I've seen people playing there elec/acoustics and some having something blocking the hole to the inside of the acoustic.

The main question is just how does this effect the sound? Pros? Cons? blah blah blah...
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Kay Acoustic

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Morley Bad Horsie II
ElectroHarmonix Big Muff Pi
Boss BD-2
#2
i think thats not a covering, but a special kind of pickup.
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#3
well i mean i know you can buy some covers at guitar stores i think that are supposed to stop feedback and what not but i was just curious
Amps:
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Fender Champion 110

Guitars:
Fender Strat - HSS
Takamine: EG544SC-4C
Kay Acoustic

Effects:
Morley Bad Horsie II
ElectroHarmonix Big Muff Pi
Boss BD-2
#4
haha damn dude me and you have a lot of the same gear
Amps:
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Fender Champion 110

Guitars:
Fender Strat - HSS
Takamine: EG544SC-4C
Kay Acoustic

Effects:
Morley Bad Horsie II
ElectroHarmonix Big Muff Pi
Boss BD-2
#5
Quote by TheZim
So I've seen people playing there elec/acoustics and some having something blocking the hole to the inside of the acoustic.

The main question is just how does this effect the sound? Pros? Cons? blah blah blah...


There's no point in buying it unless you're playing in disgustingly loud venues, or unless you have some sort of miniature condenser microphone inside your acoustic.

It will affect the tone slightly because you're putting weight on the wood, hindering it from vibrating as much. It's only purpose is to kill feedback.
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