Why I Always Amplify My Acoustic Classical Guitar for Weddings [Part 2]
In Part 1 of this topic, I discussed considerations of sound projection and the acoustic classical guitar in weddings. Following is another essential element in why I always amplify my instrument at every wedding:
If I am seated near the bridesmaids, groomsmen, wedding couple and officiant during the ceremony, then I will be facing the wedding guests. In this scenario, the wedding party and guests in the first few rows should have no problem hearing me without amplification. However, due to the the soft sound projection of the acoustic guitar, guests near the back would find it almost impossible to hear me. If this scenario is reversed, then the guests seated in the first few rows, the bridesmaids, groomsmen, wedding couple and officiant would have a difficult time hearing me while the people in the back rows could hear me. This brings me to the next essential consideration for using amplification and is related to proximity. In Part 3 I will discuss wedding cues…
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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