- Frequency: 100~15KHz
- Range: 50~100㎡
- Impedance: 600Ω
- Power: 8~14V DC
- Dimension: 81 x 39mm / 3.19 x 1.54in(H x Dia.)
- The noise reduction is clear
- Antioxidant, service life is longer
- Wide power supply voltage
- Add audio recording to your existing surveillance system
How to Choose an Acoustic Guitar Pickup:
- Consider your guitar needs and budget. Finding the right pickup for your acoustic guitar depends primarily on what your needs are and how much you can afford to spend.
- Some pickups are designed for solo guitar players while other pickups provide you with enough juice to play in a full rock band situation.
- Another consideration is your style of playing. An aggressive rhythmic style has different pickup requirements from a fingerstyle player.
- Consider the sound you are searching for. Acoustic pickups range from authentic reproduction of an acoustic sound to a more electric sound. Finally, consider your budget.
- Become acquainted with the different styles of pickups. Although there are numerous possible pickups from which to choose, there are three categories of pickups for the acoustic guitar.
- Each category has its pros and cons. The three types of pickups are soundhole pickups, soundboard transducers, and under-the-saddle transducers. The under-the-saddle transducer is the most popular.
- Its popularity is because it is invisible so that it doesn't affect the appearance of the guitar, and it reproduces an acoustic sound.
- It senses the immediate vibrations of the strings through the saddle. It It needs to be professionally installed. The soundhole pickup is easy to install and to remove.
- The downside is that soundhole pickups tend to sound like electric guitars. The third type of pickup is soundboard transducer. It produces an authentic acoustic sound by amplifying the sound of the bridge plate.
- The sound quality is similar to an unplugged acoustic tone. The downside is that they are more prone to feedback and sounds muddy in noisy situations.
- Listen to and evaluate the different pickups. Even though there are three styles of acoustic pickups, there is a wide range of quality among the three styles.
- This is because there are many companies making different versions of the pickups. There are different ways to gather information and find the right pickup for you. One way is to visit acoustic guitar stores and try out different style pickups.
- Don't be afraid to ask questions. Another source of information is to find out what sort of pickups your favorite acoustic guitar players use.
- This information is often found in guitar magazine interviews and sometimes on the artist's website. A very informative online site is Dougyoungguitar.com. This website will allow you to listen to 56 pickups made by 24 different companies.