Sure, an electric guitar pickup will wok on an acoustic, the trouble is, its not going to get the best acoustic sound, guess it all depends on what you want
The K&K system is reasonably priced and has one of the most natural acoustic sounds around
It has 3 small p'ups that glue to the bridge...
Roland amps do some things very well. I have a old orange cab Roly 60 I use for pedal steel. They are very good steel amps. For guitar they're ok for clean. High gain sounds fizzy
also have a little Roland Cube 20 I used as a practice amp for a while. As a practice amp its fine though some of...
never liked nibs so a chance to get rid of 'em would be welcomed
but a lot would depend on if its a player or something your looking to resell
as much as I hate nibs I'd pay whatever it costs to keep them on a valuable vintage guitar to keep its value
spreading the strings with a new nut is something I done with every Yam SG SBG I ever owned,
very easy conversion if you can find someone to cut a good nut.
and its reversible, just keep the old nut if it comes out in one piece
enjoy your new ES, nice guitar
acoustics are real fussy over strings,
I've found it depends much on the individual guitar what type sounds right
its kind of fun trying out different strings
mostly using PB's these days
I even like hairy Elixirs