Why I Always Amplify My Acoustic Classical Guitar for Weddings [Part 1]
Couples frequently ask me whether I amplify my acoustic classical guitar for weddings. The answer is yes. I always amplify my instrument. In this blog I will discuss why I always amplify my instrument at every wedding.
Acoustic classical guitar is lacking in dynamic range (i.e. volume) compared to almost any other instruments including piano, cello, violin, clarinet and flute. So, the further away a listener is from the guitar, the softer it will sound. Consider ambient noises encountered at weddings such as talking, vendors moving equipment, cameras clicking, and you can understand how the music of an unamplified guitar will quickly be lost in the soundscape. Even the sound of the breeze could affect the projection of the instrument.
In Part 2 I will discuss the next essential reason for Why I Always Amplify My Acoustic Classical Guitar for Weddings...
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Scott Sanchez is a wedding professional who has been providing wedding music throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, NewHampshire, Maine, Vermont and New York for over a decade. To learn more about him visit his website: www.scottsanchez.com