Electric Bridge Aquila Dragon Violin with headphones jack vs. no headphones
Hi guys, I'm trying to decide whether to go with Electric Bridge Aquila Dragon Violin with headphones jack vs. the one without headphones jack. The difference in price is $400. How useful is it to get the instrument that has headphones direct plug in capability in the instrument? What are the pros and cons? Thank you!
the purpose of a head phone jack would be to 'hear' your electric sound as opposed to playing the Aquila unplugged, yes?
I can't answer your question but the folks at the Fiddle and Alternative Strings Forum might be able to help.
I agree, they will know a lot about Bridge Aquila over on Fiddle Forum. all I was saying was that you may be further off to put the additional cost for the built in headphone jack towards a practice amp with aux-in. then the only audible sound would be that of your unplugged Aquila.
thank you! so you would recommend getting small bass amp with a head phone jack AND an auxiliary in jack instead, for less price but that will allow to practice along with the music?
yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. you may hafta look around a bit to find a little amp with both headphones and aux-in, but it shouldn't be too difficult to find one. Mine is called 'Promethean' model P20-N made by Ibanez.
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