Thank you for stepping up to the mic! That is AWESOME!
I usually place the piezo under the bass side of my 3 strings so there is a "natural" fullness. I may not sure where your piezo is placed on the git so you might look at that.
Take a peak at this video. It's a great tutorial for piezo installation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSlqaM5Dbeo
As far as a stomp box, I have not yet acquired the skill to do stomping and twanging at the same time.
You could eq it. I have one with a piezo installed as the video instructs. Sounds nice and full.
Hope this helps!
I do have a DigiTech RP100 effects pedal I found used for $40 or so that I use at home. It allows me to add reverb and distortion if I want. It also allows for 3 channel EQ and I can use it as a pre-amp by pumping the gain and output.
I do have a git that I want to use for dirty old rock and roll so the RP100 works great.
The RP100 is also battery operated so I can use it if I ever decide the do street performing.
Not sure if that helps. ;)
Yeah. Hopefully you have a good used music shop that has a variety. The RP100 works good for me but it is not the only one out there.
We have a shop that allows you to purchase with a 30 return policy. That allows you to plug it in and see if it is really what you are looking for.
So what songs did you do?
Nice. Working on Eric Clapton's "Cocaine". Will change it to "Caffeine". Open Mic is in a coffee shop. ;)