What is the best tube acoustic amplifier?
whats the best tube acoustic amplifier ?
Marshall 25 watt by far. But they are very expensive so I'd get a Marshall 10 watt. Hope that helped. A good thing to remember is that any tube amplifier can be great if not the best. If the sound an amplifier makes doesn't suit you, looking around and finding a different type of tube will change the sound. It's more or less a game of finding the correct tube to suit your tastes; though…
An acoustic guitar that has a built-in pick up so you can play it unplugged or plugged without having to continue removing and replacing a manuel pickup ===== A guitar, usually an acoustic dreadnought style, that can be played with an amplifier or without an amplifier and still be loud enough to be heard.
Depends on what you want to play, If you want to play acoustic stuff then yeah! If you want to play rock, blues, metal or anything along those lines I'd recommend an electric. It's often a good idea to have both an electric and acoustic guitar. If you get an electric don't forget that you will need an amplifier.
A vacuum tube is a current amplifier where the transistor amplifies voltage A tube is a voltage amplifier. A transistor is a current amplifier. A tube is an older design that requires substantial voltage to operate correctly. A transistor is a semiconductor device that operates on relatively low voltage.
An electric guitar uses magnetic pickups under the strings to amplify the vibrations of the strings and deliver the sound through an electronic amplifier. An acoustic guitar uses a hollow body chamber under the strings to resonate the sound without the use of magnetic pickups or an external amplifier.
Acoustic guitar is what it says acoustic, none electric makes the sound from the guitar body/chamber. Acoustic/electric or electro acoustic look the same as an acoustic but have a pic-up fitted inside the body to link to an amplifier. A Semi acoustic guitar looks more like an electric guitar but with a hollow body or chambered body with pick-ups mounted on the sound board of the guitar.
What is the name of the tube used in class A amplifier with the function of dual triode developed in USA and published in September 15 1947?
Acoustic-electric guitars are acoustic styled guitars with a pickup either outside or inside the hollow body. You plug a cable into it like you would a normal electric guitar and it can be used through an amplifier to make the sound louder. They can also be played without being plugged in just like a normal acoustic guitar
An acoustic guitar does not need an amplifier. You can carry an acoustic guitar in a soft case. Acoustic guitars have the option of installing nylon strings are lighter to carry and they are generally easier and cheaper to repair. Some would say they sound better, but that is up to your music style. They are certainly more economical.