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  1. Hi there, I'm a new owner of an L3t and I'm noticing that when I use my acoustic to do percusive stuff with like thumping the body to produce a "kick" sound the speaker pops. Almost likes it's over driven or can't handle the quick signal the thump produces. I've tried the different settings for the speaker and even dialed back the low end but I desire that low end to be there when I'm playing anyway so I don't want to miss out on it. I'm wondering if anyone has experienced this or if there could be a problem with the speaker. I actually purchased an L2t from Guitar Center brand new and that one had the same issue so I returned it for the L3t hoping it would fix the issue but it's still there. I'm really wanting this speaker to work out for me but if this is the way they're made it just won't work out. Any feedback would be much appreciated! And if you have an L3t or L2t and can try it out yourself to see if yours does it that would be great too. I just basically slap the body over the soundhole to get the desired thump. Thanks!
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