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  • zomazi
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    EAS-C(EAS for Classical)

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  • Bryan McManus
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    Hi Shdixon,

    There is a difference between the steel and nylon versions of the EAS and EAS-VTC. The steel version is voiced with a mid-range frequency cut while the nylon version is not. In the vast majority of cases, the steel-voiced system will sound very good in nylon string guitars. A nylon-voiced system will most often sound poor in a steel-string guitar due to the extra mid-range passed by the preamp.

    The standard EAS for steel string is simply that, EAS. The nylon and volume/tone control models use alternate model numbers.

    EAS
    EAS-VTC(EAS w/volume and tone control)
    EAS-C(EAS for Classical)
    EAS-VTC-N(EAS-VTC for Nylon)

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  • shdixon
    started a topic Classical Guitar

    Classical Guitar

    I have a Epiphone Masterbilt classical with the Element Active pickup. I play with a 7 piece smooth jazz band. Everybody loves the sound. I do have some feed back issues and purchased the Acoustic DI to see if it would help. (still working on that)

    I've purchased a nice used Aria AK-20 classical that sounds and plays great. (I know...cheap student model. but you should hear this one.)

    Which Element Active pickup should I get? I was looking at the VTC. Is there a difference in the preamps between the two models?

    Also, is there a difference between steel string and nylon versions? If so, how do I know the difference to tell the dealer the model I want?

    Thanks
    Last edited by shdixon; 08-13-2011, 04:46 AM.
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