Has anyone tried the Tonewood amp on an acoustic bass? I searched the archives and couldn't find any threads on it. There are plenty of videos online and if you search Tonewood amp "bass" you'll get a few hits of these amps installed on acoustic basses. I have a Takemine acoustic bass. I play in a group that at times can have several guitars (6-8). I can't be heard unless I'm amplified. Once in awhile we have gigs where there is no power available. Does anybody know if this gadget increases the volume? Anybody have any experience with this amp on a bass? Look forward to hearing from you. Jim The website is here: ToneWoodAmp - Experience The Acoustic Guitar! Videos here: Video Channel - ToneWoodAmp Bass videos with Tonewood Amp The website describes the product as: The ToneWoodAmp is a revolutionary device that produces effects from an acoustic guitar without plugging into an amp! The effects emanate from the guitar’s sound hole and body. Similar to the way the strings excite the guitar’s top, the ToneWoodAmp vibrates the back of the guitar, producing sound waves that emulate effects, such as reverb, echo, delay, tremolo, and even overdrive. The effects can be edited, saved, and recalled, and each effect has its own gain and volume to blend naturally with the acoustic sound of the guitar.