There are several factors to consider when recording an amazing acoustic guitar sound. To capture the acoustic guitar in the studio, the 8 things to consider are body, picks, strings, microphone, space diffusion, signal chain, context, and headphones.
The dreadnought is the most popular acoustic guitar size. It is one of the trickier body sizes to record and it tends to be very pronounced in the bass, scooped in the mids, and ripe with high-end. As for the pick, the technique also makes a huge tonal difference. A slight movement of hand and guitar pick toward the bridge or neck can alter the sound considerably.
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