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Nice, Pietro.I've only played one Suhr. It was an AMAZING instrument. I've played many Andersons and own two. They are AMAZING instruments.
I think I'd be happy with either, but these will do for now... And I'm out of money...
I have to say it sounds very good. The pickup is designed to pickup from acoustic strings, so the acoustic side is not compromised.Nice, Pietro.
I have never played a Crowdster Plus. How does the magnetic part sound?
Thanks for that, Pietro. I guess I have had the thought on occassion that I should buy one but I probably need something more flexible and more magnet focussed. For that my classic with M's and piezo will suffice.I have to say it sounds very good. The pickup is designed to pickup from acoustic strings, so the acoustic side is not compromised.
With only one pickup and no tone control, it's limited in such a way that if you are an electric player looking for an electric guitar that has acoustic sounds, this isn't for you.
I wanted a great plugged-in acoustic tone (it sounds better than any other acoustic I've ever plugged in) and the ability to layer in electric sounds (through a separate electric rig) on top of it. I rarely if ever use just the electric side, for that my Cobra (and all my other electrics) has a piezo with stereo output.
It's limited like a Les Paul Junior is limited. It gains up real nice, but you probably won't shred on it, at least not with a wound-G.