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    Guitar into fx return

    Awesome, thanks for doing that for me! I am building a strat with an LR Baggs X-bridge & control-x onboard pre. I know its not going to be very convincing on its own but i know i can get it to sound good with some tweaking in the FH. We have to play direct at church and many times i am the only guitar so having both feeds should help fill things out a lot. I know i should have a separate system for each but thats $$$.
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    Guitar into fx return

    Thanks Kilrahi, I know this is kind of a strange thing to do. I just really love how the FH handles acoustic signals and i cant really justify a 2nd fx unit. fishman units cost almost as much as a FH.
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    Guitar into fx return

    Hello everyone, i am hoping you guys can help me out, i am building a custom strat that has piezo bridge saddles and a stereo jack that can carry separate acoustic and electric feeds. What i would like to do is setup my firehawk to help me dial in both tones. here is what i am thinking, the guitar is not finished yet so i can't test this theory but perhaps someone knows if this will work.. Acoustic pickup -- FH guitar input -- Boost EQ -- Chorus -- Delay -- FX send to pa system Electric pickups -- FH Return -- Amp model -- comp -- eq -- reverb -- L mono out to pa system
  4. Hello everyone, i have to say i am loving my Firehawk FX! and the wealth of information on this forum as well. Here is my question I can get great tones with my strat as well as really good acoustic tones. I am building a custom strat with an LR Baggs piezo bridge in it, because i go from acoustic to electric quite often. How would you guys approach getting a good blended tone? something that sounds like an acoustic and electric are being played simultaneously. I go direct to pa w/ IEM so i am not worried about amplifier coloration. thanks!
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