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  • Anonymous

    Schertler Stat-B-SETPublished on 04/02/09 at 10:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 2 years
    excellent sound in spite of the fact that it is a microphone placed in the bridge.
    (Not a system that piezo)
    no problem of feedback
    impractical to use with the Schertler prampli.
    excellent quality price.
    unless you want a true acoustic sound made by the system of the same brand of tablet
    I would do the same choice if c'tait again.
  • Playskool17Playskool17

    Seen anything better that price

    Schertler Stat-B-SETPublished on 05/04/10 at 14:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it since 4 years ago I was playing on a sensor Fishman (150).

    Report qualitprix honnte, nothing more. It's been almost 400 even when the sensor!

    With exprience, I do it again this election.

    Advantages: very good sound, finally finished the sound of "soft trumpet" of some electric violins and sound sensors nazillard pizo classics Fishman.

    If I understand correctly, this sensor consists of a condenser microphone encapsulated in a "plug" of stem. I place not in the bridge but as Counsel in the eye of Oues, I found the sound better there.

    Edit 18/11/2009: I changed the position and handed the position indicated: in oue sound is nice, sure, but certain notes stand out much more t…
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    I use it since 4 years ago I was playing on a sensor Fishman (150).

    Report qualitprix honnte, nothing more. It's been almost 400 even when the sensor!

    With exprience, I do it again this election.

    Advantages: very good sound, finally finished the sound of "soft trumpet" of some electric violins and sound sensors nazillard pizo classics Fishman.

    If I understand correctly, this sensor consists of a condenser microphone encapsulated in a "plug" of stem. I place not in the bridge but as Counsel in the eye of Oues, I found the sound better there.

    Edit 18/11/2009: I changed the position and handed the position indicated: in oue sound is nice, sure, but certain notes stand out much more than others, which is very sgnant :-)
    on the other hand since I have a Focusrite VoiceMasterPro behind, including d-esser and switched rings ...

    In addition, the output level is consquent and therefore much easier to work on a rack of effects.

    Sanding should be the liege to fit the violin, but nothing irrcuprable: if we get stuck (or if you change the violin), a layer of varnish over and over again!

    Inconvnients: no empty sand the liege (on and off the bridge!) To fit perfectly on the violin, but at least it's tailor-made!

    I pay about 400 in Tasset.
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