Ghost Acousti-Phonic

How does the ghost Acousti-Phonic sound?
The Acousti-Phonic preamp sounds remarkably like a studio-quality acoustic guitar. It's downright spooky to hear an acoustic guitar, yet see the sound ...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Does the Acousti-Phonic "color" my mag sound as it passes through?
The Acousti-Phonic is renowned for having exceptionally good sound quality. Musicians are often surprised to learn that the mag signal passed through a unit...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:01 AM
How does the Acousti-Phonic change my electric sound when I mix the two signals together?
It's the difference between playing in a garage, and playing in a cathedral. The Acousti-Phonic adds a depth to your magnetic sound without altering yo...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:01 AM
How big is the Acousti-Phonic?
The PC board measures 1-5/8" x 1-1/8". With the connectors on, it's about 3/8" high. Piggybacked with the Hexpander, they are 1/2" ...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:02 AM
Can I add a tone control to the ghost system?
You can add a tone control to the piezo circuit as shown in the user's guide. You can't add a master tone pot just before the output jack. The Aco...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:04 AM
How do I wire a stacked pot to the ghost system?
There seems to be confusion about stacked pots. A lot of people think they work like the ones on car stereos, where you push in and adjust one pot (bass) an...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:05 AM
Wouldn't it be better to control the mag/acoustic mix with a Blend Pot?
Blend pots for guitars are like cross faders, where both pots are full-up when the dial is centered, and each one fades as you turn to each side, leaving th...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:07 AM
Can I put my mag volume and tone on a blend pot?
This works for two volumes, but not for a volume and a tone. You would have to turn the volume all the way up to roll off your treble. Try a stacked pot ins...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:07 AM
Can I keep the output jack that came with my guitar, instead of using the one that came with the Acousti-Phonic?
There are a lot of functions wrapped up in the Stereo Switched Jack, so you have to have a good understanding of the Acousti-Phonic to make changes in this ...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:09 AM
The Acousti-Phonic is described as "18V compatible". Does that mean I need to put two 9v batteries inside my guitar?
The Acousti-Phonic needs a minimum of 7v to operate properly, and works fine on anything from 9 to 18 volts. This is a useful feature when you are installin...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 11:09 AM