Thank you stevel for the explanation!
So I could use one good mic to go to the mixer that is always on (giving the most natural sound possible).
For overdriven tones i would like to use aux - tuner (that I can also use to mute the signal) - maybe a volume pedal but not likely - amp - amp is miced - mic to the same mixer (different channel
) - venue PA. So i would use the mixer for fine tuning the volume
In what way do you think it wouldnt be the result Im looking for (its ok if u cant explain it
This would be much more preferable, but if there is another way of doing this kind of thing without altering the guitar Im very corious to find out!
I am open to guitar processors, but i dont think it would be a good investment since I already have a great amp and I only need a overdriven sound (no effects). And btw for electric guitar you cant even compare processor sound to a good tube sound, so I am naturally more inclined to go with an amp...
I was thinking about a piezzo since it does alter the guitar less than fishman (at least I think so?)...
Anyone had experience with piezzos?
Not in the way they sound when amplified (since it wont be a classical guitar sound), but in the way they change the guitar acousticaly?
All comments are welcome! Sorry for my spelling xD