GEAR CHAT: EMG 81 & EMG 85, 9 volts versus 18 volts, Gibson Les Paul

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The Reason You Should Buy an Acoustic Electric Guitar

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The Reason You Should Buy an Acoustic Electric Guitar

If you are in the market for a new guitar there are quite few things that you will need to take into consideration. What type of guitar are you looking for? Both acoustic and electric guitars can offer different sounds and features. What is the purpose of the guitar? Acoustic and electric guitars product very different music, so this is an important thing to consider. Will you be recording or performing at live shows? Acoustic and electric guitars are both easily portable and could serve this purpose. No matter what the reason is for the use of the guitar, if you play an acoustic guitar you may want to look into purchasing an electric acoustic guitar.

Acoustic electric guitars incorporate everything that an acoustic guitar player requires with the added function of being able to be plugged in and played through an amplifier like an electric guitar. That’s right, played through an amplifier and still keeping the warm crisp sound that is created only by an acoustic guitar. This is achieved by including an electromagnetic pickup on the body of the acoustic guitar like the one ones that are used on electric guitars. These are sometimes placed inside the body of the guitar or placed under the bridge. These electromagnetic pickups use the vibration from the strings of the guitar to create the amplified sound that is heard. More commonly used are pickups that use the electric signal and the natural sound that is created with the natural movement of the strings and the natural sound created within the hallow part of the guitar.

A plus of an acoustic electric guitar is that you can play for much larger audiences than you could with a standard acoustic guitar. Being able to plug it into an amplifier gives you total control of the volume of the instrument. So, even if you are playing for a large crowd and have very soft parts in the song that you are playing, you are able to turn up the instrument so that everyone is still able to enjoy the performance. When used in recording sessions, it gives the guitar player a lot of control over what is going on. The total control of the instrument does not have to be controlled by the recording engineer because the acoustic guitar is recording through a microphone. You are able to plug your acoustic electric guitar directly into the mixing console or amplifier and control the instrument yourself.

Other benefits of owning acoustic electric guitars are that they are very flexible instruments. It does not always have to be plugged in to be played. It really still is an acoustic guitar, and can be played as one. Being able to switch it to an electric guitar has its advantages. It can become a hybrid guitar and play natural acoustic sounds that are mixed with effects that are more commonly played with an electric guitar. And then, you can just rock out and play it like an electric guitar.

So, if you are an acoustic guitar player, or an electric guitar player, an electric acoustic guitar gives you the unique opportunity to combine the best of both worlds in one instrument. Whether you need to play for a large audience or a small group of people, an electric acoustic guitar is great for either occasion, and all you need is one guitar to get both jobs done. Just watch some of your favorite bands perform, I’m sure that you will be able to spot an electric acoustic guitar on stage.

At StarlightGuitar, you will discover an amazing selection of low priced and excellent quality acoustic electric guitars.


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Cuban guitar

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Cuban guitar
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A Cuban guitar at the must-see Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. Thanks to Flickrite Andy for taking me there!

Brad Davis Demonstrates the Takamine EF261SAN

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Grammy Award Winner Brad Davis demonstrates the Takamine EF261SAN at Sigler Music Center.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Guitar Lessons – Michael Jackson – Man in the Mirror – How to play on Guitar – Acoustic Songs

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Video Rating: 4 / 5

Windaroo Acoustic Electric Guitar

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Windaroo Acoustic Electric Guitar

Windaroo acoustic electric guitar in good shape. Missing one string but other than that nothing

Price: $ 50

Location
Hampton Roads
, USA

Clone Hollow Body Les Paul Guitar

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Clone Hollow Body Les Paul Guitar

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Location

Oklahoma City, USA

Freekish Blues Chubb Up octave fuzz guitar pedal demo with Les Paul

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www.freekishblues.com The Davy Knowles signature Chub Up Octafuzz dual pedal demoed with humbuggies.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Epiphone Les Paul Special Electric Bass Guitar, Black Satin

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Epiphone Les Paul Special Electric Bass Guitar, Black Satin

  • Affordable electric bass in satin black with massive Les Paul sustain
  • Mahogany body with set mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fretboard with dotted inlay; 34-inch scale
  • Specially designed Alnico bass Humbucker pickups
  • Stylish blacked-out hardware
  • Mahogany body
  • 442R Alnico Bass Humbucker pickups, 34 scale
  • Rosewood fretboard

An amazing bass that is amazingly affordable. The Les Paul Special Bass from Epiphone looks cool and pro-grade and sounds even better. All-Mahogany construction, including the set, mahogany neck makes every note warm and lasting that you play on the

List Price: $ 499.00

Price: $ 275.00

tears of sahara on acoustic guitar

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Me playing “Tears of Sahara by Tony MacAlpine” on Acoustic guitar.
Video Rating: 4 / 5