Hi! I’m George Gleason. I am here to talk about what sound is, how you make good sound, and how you avoid bad sound. I will cover the basics as well as field questions that you, the readers, might have. So with that in mind, let’s start with a simple check list of things you should do when you prepare a sound system for a gig.
If you are like most guitarists, you’re probably on a never ending search to squeeze every last bit of tone you can from your instrument. Pickups are a great way to do this, and can make a huge difference in the sound and response of your guitar.
When assembling your amplified setup, there are a lot of options. The best thing you can do is assess your needs and see which products best fit them. A lot of companies offer fully integrated systems, from pickups to preamps.
Need to amplify your acoustic guitar? There are so many models currently available the choice can be overwhelming. This guide will inform you on how to choose the pickups and other gear to amplify your guitar that serves your sound, best.
I like to look at what we do as untying knots,” says Larry Fishman, founder and president of Fishman Transducers, Inc., the world leader in acoustic instrument amplification.
With Line 6 AMPLIFi TT guitar tone processor you can turn any speaker system into a guitar amp and Bluetooth streaming system that mixes in guitar amp tones
The Roland CUBE Street EX is a battery-powered stereo amplifier with big sound and generous connectivity for a variety of mics, instruments, and other devices. Compact and easy to carry, the CUBE Street EX projects musical performances with ease. It features 50 watts of stereo power, two eight-inch woofers, two tweeters, onboard vocal and guitar effects, and up to 20 hours of operation on eight AA batteries. The CUBE Street EX delivers clean, punchy sound for street performances, small venues, stage monitoring, and other gigging situations.