• The back is slippery, what should I do?

The back design of AFO300C is a curved arched back design. Especially when playing while sitting, many friends will slip. Here are a few solutions to help you position your guitar more securely while playing:


Use anti-slip mats:

You can place a non-slip mat between the guitar's back and your legs, available at many music stores. It can effectively increase friction and prevent the guitar from sliding.


Use anti-slip stickers:

Sticking some anti-slip patches on the back of the guitar is also a solution. These patches can be made of silicone material or other anti-slip materials, which can increase the friction of the back panel.


Choose the right sitting and support tools:


Classical Guitar Stand: A tool called a "guitar stand" is available and is commonly used by classical guitar players. This stand helps you place your guitar in a more stable and comfortable position.

Footrest: Consider using a footrest to elevate one leg so the guitar rests better on your leg.


To use a guitar strap:

Even when playing seated, use a guitar strap to provide extra support. Adjust the length of the strap so that the guitar rests securely on you while seated.


Try a few of the methods above to help you become more stable and comfortable while playing.


  • How to use the EQ of AFO300C?

The Equalizer is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in WINZZ’s ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. It'' features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated pickup sensors. The location of the sensors enables a more dynamic range of acoustic sound to be captured than ever before.


it operates through a proprietary 9-volt battery compartment and easy-to-use volume and tone controls.


  • Connections

It is designed to be plugged-in using a standard quarter-inch guitar cable, which will work in every circumstance: with an acoustic guitar amplifie or any other guitar-ready application.


Note: The guitar cable insertion port is combined with the guitar tail pin, reducing redundant parts on the guitar body.


  • Tone Controls

Three knobs allow for simple, accurate control of your guitar’s amplified tone. Using the knobs to adjust the bass, treble and volume will give you the ability to shape your tone considerably. We encourage you to experiment with different control settings.


For bass and treble, Adjustment by rotation, no center position is set, you can adjust back and forth according to your needs.


  • Control Arrangement

Volume: Closest to front of guitar

Treble: Center position

Bass: Closest to back of guitar


  • Battery Usage

It requires one 9-volt battery.A new battery will provide 30-40 hours of plugged-in use.It  conserves battery life using a standard, automatic on/off system. The pickup is in an “off” state until a cable is inserted, which activates the preamp. Removing the cable will return the system to “off” mode and conserve battery life. Determine the switch status by whether the EQ display light lights up.

If your amplified tone begins to sound distorted, the battery most likely needs to be replaced. The battery pack is inside the sound hole of the guitar, near the sound hole label.Remove the battery and replace with a new one, paying close attention to the positive/ negative orientation shown inside the carriage.


Tip: Batteries can leak if left unused for long periods of time. When you replace your battery, write the date on it with a permanent marker to track how long the battery has been in the guitar.


  • How to choose color and style?

Currently in stock are glossy black and matte glitter white styles, including folk acoustic models and folk electro-acoustic models, which can meet the needs of different people. We are committed to creating a stage of their own for more people.


The black gloss paint is as smooth and smooth as piano paint, combining elegance and practicality. It is recommended for home, indoor concerts and other scenes.


The white matte glitter paint will reflect different gloss under different lights, making the guitar more attractive. It is recommended for scenes that require stage performances.


NOTE:All current models are right-handed guitars, and left-handed guitars have not yet been developed.All current styles are right-handed guitars, left-handed guitars have not yet been developed, and we will continue to improve our guitars.


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