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    Has anyone ever tried one of these?Click image for larger version. 

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    I'd like to try one. If I can find a shop here that carries it, I'll give it a go.

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    I use one. There’s a couple of tricks to it.

    One you need to put it out of the PA jack even if you’re going into an alp.

    Two You need to tweak the knobs.

    Three. Neck pickups are best with it.

    The work best I think in a band but in a pinch, you’ve bought your telecaster and they’ve asked for s song that needs an acoustic they’re a neat p
    And useful pedal. Or if you’re too lazy to carry two instruments.
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    I listened to the demo videos, I think that mistake is going to cost me money. :-)
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    I was thinking of it not for sounding acoustic, I have enough acoustic mandolin family instruments that it's not necessary in that capacity. I was thinking of adding a bit of reverb (outboard of the amp) and playing with tones and timbres.

    I have read posts and articles around the internet that back up David's points.

    Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Nestlerode View Post
    I was thinking of it not for sounding acoustic, I have enough acoustic mandolin family instruments that it's not necessary in that capacity. I was thinking of adding a bit of reverb (outboard of the amp) and playing with tones and timbres.

    I have read posts and articles around the internet that back up David's points.

    Daniel
    Iím checking it out right now and I like it.Am not going for the acoustic sound but getting good tones and volume (and reverb)Gonna use it at gigs.

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    My plan is to use it to temporarily get an acoustic tenor guitar sound from my electric, while I wait 7 months for my acoustic to be built.
    Trinity College TM325 Octave Mandolin (converted to 4-string tenor guitar).
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    Y'Ha AG stomp in my home kit.. a variety if body and Mic simulators..

    It's steel case with a lot of buttons.. seems rugged.
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