I have a classical guitar, a very good one. But I want to use it with an amplifier, so I bought a guitar transducer.
Belcat EGT-202 (A good picture: http://www.hobgoblin-usa.com/local/product.php?ID=GR5843)
It says: "Mount the transducer directly beneath the treble side of the bridge, parallel to the saddle." (In the guitar shop they had no idea....)
What does that mean? What is the "treble side of the bridge"? "Parallel to the saddle"?
It has 2 pieces that should be glued somewhere. See picture!
"If a brace obstructs placement in this position, the transducer may be moved slightly..."
What brace... like one in the inner side of the body? Or the one that holds the bridge?
It would SO helpful if you would take a picture and use MSPAINT to show me where I should glue it (with red dots on some classical guitar picture). English is NOT my native language, so please help! Thanks! Edit my question if it is not general enough as I think this might be a relevant to others.
Edit: I took a picture of the manual: http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=am39kg&s=7 (Why does an external-only pick-up has a "internal mounting" instructions... oh wow.)
See my comments to this post for more pictures!