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I have a K&K in in my HD-28V and a JJB in my Shenadoah. Both do well, but I always use them through my ToneDexter, although the JJB output level is a bit lower than the K&K. I have battery power for the ToneDexter so that I can get on and off stage quickly at open mics.



The only issue I've had with jack is that the diameter is too large for most straps, but the MusicNomad Acousti-Lok Strap Lock Adapter solved this problem for me.



https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...d-output-jacks


Hey, tell me about the battery power for the TD
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Hey, tell me about the battery power for the TD
My battery is similar to this:

https://www.amazon.com/TalentCell-Re...i%2C216&sr=8-6

I also made a 12v-9v converter with reverse polarity to power my electric guitar pedals.

If I were to do it again, I might consider this:

https://www.amazon.com/TalentCell-Re...i%2C216&sr=8-6

I would just need a polarity-reversing cable to power everything.
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For open stages I use an iRig Acoustic Stage, It clips on to the sound hole in less than one second and plugs into it's included pre-amp. It is a digital microphone that calibrates your guitar to the included pre-amp. It sounds great coming through the house PA system. It sound like my acoustic guitar, not sort of electric or quackey like magnetic or pizo pickups. It works on steel string and nylon string guitars.
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For open stages I use an iRig Acoustic Stage, It clips on to the sound hole in less than one second and plugs into it's included pre-amp. It is a digital microphone that calibrates your guitar to the included pre-amp. It sounds great coming through the house PA system. It sound like my acoustic guitar, not sort of electric or quackey like magnetic or pizo pickups. It works on steel string and nylon string guitars.
That looks great, never heard of it even though I've used an iRig2 for Facebook streaming.

I gather you haven't had feeback issues with this during your open stages?
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