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Best Body Composite for Micing/Recording/Pickup 11 years 11 months ago #1015

Choosing between wood or metal, which is the best banjo pot composite for Micing/Recording/Pickup?
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Re:Best Body Composite for Micing/Recording/Pickup 11 years 11 months ago #1017

Use good wood for the best tone you can get, then use the best mic you can to accurately capture the tone of the wood.

Conventional wisdom is that maple is brighter sounding. mahogany is more mellow, walnut is between the two.

I think a condenser mic works best for acoustic instruments, but you need a good interface or mixer with phantom power to drive the mic.

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