The sound that a guitarist hears when playing mostly comes from the back and sides of the guitar and differs from the sound heard by the audience, which includes much more of the sound of instrument’s top resonating. The SRT guitars produce tone that is comparable to what a recording engineer hears in the studio - the same sound we hear when we listen to a recorded guitar. For the best possible tone, SRT guitars should be amplified through speakers that offer as flat a response as possible such as a PA system, studio monitors or headphones. For recording just plug your SRT guitar into the Line In jack on a mixer, for playing live connect using a DI box, or at home just plug into a mixer or headphone amp with a single cable. With SRT, professional, studio-quality sound is simple to achieve – with 1 channel and no microphones in sight.
Here are our recommended speakers which players can get ideal SRT sound.
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