Equipment at home
Your guitar sounds great. How dipendent is your guitar-sound from a amp? with still a low action. -> Can you play your guitar with a low action without an amp and still sounds great?
I'm playing my guitar mostly at home in a flat. Unfortunately I can´t play very loud at home or turn on the volume verly loud. Mostly I'm playing without an amp.
In this case, I`m curious, which equipment would you use? I would like to have a sound like you : )
emilernebro last edited by emilernebro
It still sounds good without the amp, although my main guitars are not very loud unplugged. They're kind of "made for" playing through the PA, but they still sound good unplugged - just not very loud. It all depends on your playing technique and how hard you play, and how low your action is and most importantly what specific guitar you're using. I'm playing with fingers/nails and thumbpick - and I don't play really hard or loud at all. This can be a disadvantage when jamming with a bluegrass player or a Django style player - in those cases - I definitely need an amp to be heard at all - haha! When I'm home I almost never play through an amp. The amp that I'm currently using live is the Da Capo 75 (Udo Roesner) amp, which is wonderful. I also play jazz guitars and nylon string guitars at home, and telecasters too. Sometimes plugged into a fender Princeton reverb amp, but I don't have it loud at all.
Hope this helps!
Hey Emil, many thanks for your reply. You are a great inspiration :)
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Thank YOU! :)