My acoustic guitar sounds choppy when played back.
My recorder sounds great, but when i put no effects to just play it clean, it sounds fine as i record it, but when i play it back it has alot of static sound to it. No matter how much i lower the input volume/sensitivity, it still does that. If i lowered them even more, the guitar would be inaudible.
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You can not only play it on electric guitar setting, you can play it LOUD. Its all about what YOU do and what YOU like. Dont accept it when somebody tells you that the music you're playing doesnt sound good to them. ITS YOUR MUSIC !
Do whatever you want. And NO it wont hurt guitar or amp. Rock on or whatever it is you do.
An acoustic guitar, unless it is an electric type, will need to be played near a microphone in order to provide a signal for the sound system and the microphone or the guitar will have to be connected to a compatible amplifier input.
Impedance matching is not so important unless high quality is required but matching the sensitivity or gain of the input to the output of the source is important for optimum performance.
A moving coil microphone has an output of just a few millivolts and a crystal microphone can produce an output of around one volt.
That unit has a digital reverb and tremolo that can not be turned OFF with your foot control, meaning this small sound card is always on. Even though that level is on "0", it is still always on. If it has a problem within it, it will put noises into your sound. I would recommend opening the amp, look for the power to the effects card and unplug it to see if it goes away. It should be a small card resembling a sound card from a computer mounted off to the side. It should have a red and a black wire plugged into it. Wiggle it and listen for a change, dirty connections on that plug could do that. Unplug it completely and listen. This would only remove the possible interference of the card, you would still have sound without effects. Regardless of the brand, those cheap effects cards are usually more trouble than they are worth. They only have a few samples of effects, not the actual effect. I hope this helps, I know it is a great sounding amp but, those effects cards are the weakness of amps today.
My son has a Takamine acoustic/electric. He plays in a band an is very accomplished. He and I both like the Takamine. He had a Fender acoustic/electric and sold it to keep the Tak. I have a hand made acoustic that I play at church. I like his Taka better. And I'm sure it's cheaper than another Taylor. The Tak. doesn't compare to the Taylor but it is a nice guitar and the electronics are good. One guy's opinion. Thanks for using FixYa. Gaker
I don't have a Variax but it sounds like an IC (integrated circuit) inside the guitar is getting hot and until it cools down, it does not function properly. Try the Line 6 website to find the nearest repair center. Good Luck!