ben etow wrote: ↑
Wed May 10, 2017 12:46 pm
Stephen Kenyon wrote: ↑
Wed May 10, 2017 9:57 am
So the reason for the thought is partly that though I have a nice enough acoustic amp, its never a truly hifi type sound, and more to the point, its only the one box. The scenario I'm thinking if may be useful to have at least two speakers a distance away, partly so other players can hear them. In the past I borrowed another amp and pointed it backwards for the players.
I tried studio speakers, both small and big like 5 years ago and it did not work that well. Too directional and too low gain. I suspect you would get even less gain with hifi speakers...
If you want a truly hifi type sound and omnidirectionality so other players can hear the source (which will be perceived as one with the guitar near to the speaker), I strongly recommend you French luthier Jean-Luc Joie's system. He solved the problem. But you need to use his guitars.
Jean-Luc has posted the following message on FB with two pics. I strongly recommend it as a long time user.
"Omnidirectionnal Wifi ampli , dedicated to our guitars, that we developed with the company " Analog Performance "
José Ferreira , Catherine Struys , Thibault Cauvin , Boris Gaquere ,David Garciarena ,Patrick Lanusse, Patrick Ruby, Pierre Colombo, Christine Lanusse, Jérémy Duran, Jean- Bernard Poublan , Benoit Ducène ......play in concert with it !"
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