acoustic electric output jacks

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irish dave
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acoustic electric output jacks

Post by irish dave » January 15th, 2011, 7:05 am

I recently purchased an Epiphone EF500RCCE acoustic guitar with eSonic2 electronics which has two 1/4" output jacks on it. One says MONO/both pickups(nanomag/nanoflex) this blends both pickups and the other says STEREO/nanomag which will split the two pickups. I have been using only the Mono output with a monster acoustic cable. To use the other output with a second amp do I need a different type jack (stereo) or can I just use anouther mono jack. The instruction manual has no info about how to use these two outputs.

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Re: acoustic electric output jacks

Post by dogbite » January 16th, 2011, 7:25 am

welcome to guitarnoise.
I searched around the internet and found many sites for this guitar. they all talk about he good build and tone. they do not talk about the electronics in the detail one would like.
so, I haven't an answer for your question.

where did you purchase the guitar? I would ask the sales person how it works.

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Re: acoustic electric output jacks

Post by KR2 » January 16th, 2011, 8:37 am

Don't understand the answer but here's a similar question answered elsewhere . . .
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