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  • Dean Markley TahoePublished on 02/12/09 at 16:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is an excellent purchase that I made a few years ago. The simple problem is that the merchant has set up the plug that connects the microphone to the input jack on the red side when we need to put the green side (those who bought it had to realize ) and in that sense it sizzles strangely, as if the earth was not activated. In short, yesterday I became aware of this problem and remedied so with great pride because my microphone sound out: BUT ITS WHAT! The Tahoe is a great mic rose if you know the correct address. Ie its action to the ropes. Is adjusted so the studs (or 24K gold-plated-told-in-passing) to proper height according to their preferences. The output jack is also gold......
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    This is an excellent purchase that I made a few years ago. The simple problem is that the merchant has set up the plug that connects the microphone to the input jack on the red side when we need to put the green side (those who bought it had to realize ) and in that sense it sizzles strangely, as if the earth was not activated. In short, yesterday I became aware of this problem and remedied so with great pride because my microphone sound out: BUT ITS WHAT! The Tahoe is a great mic rose if you know the correct address. Ie its action to the ropes. Is adjusted so the studs (or 24K gold-plated-told-in-passing) to proper height according to their preferences. The output jack is also gold plated.

    From a purely esthetic point of view it is a success because it combines the classy side of an acoustic violin vintage its own side. It fits easily into the soundhole without damaging the wood as the "Eteaux" are padded.

    One small problem though, is the lack of original setting. It is absolutely necessary mounting studs of the lower and lower those of the two acute.

    In short, a very good purchase that I never tire sales. It sounds like a good piezo and I weigh my assessment. In addition, the notice of Jeffouille is unreliable because there is no need for an electro-acoustic amp because it is a magnetic sensor and non-piezo (like an electric guitar, in fact ...) .
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  • Another solid acoustic pickup from Dean Markley!

    Dean Markley TahoePublished on 05/20/10 at 18:45
    This is an acoustic guitar pickup that is made by Dean Markley. That brand has this type of pickup down, if you ask me. The Pro-Mag is a standard amongst acoustic guitar players. This one is a little bit different, but the tone is the same. In which case I mean that the Tahoe pickup sounds just as solid and full as the Pro-Mag. They use the same single-coil technology, so the sounds aren't too different in general. The shape of this pickup is one feature that sets it apart, as it has the black pickup with the actual coils that correspond to each string visible. The one thing I've noticed with some guitars is that the soundhole doesn't always line up with the strings, meaning that the......
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    This is an acoustic guitar pickup that is made by Dean Markley. That brand has this type of pickup down, if you ask me. The Pro-Mag is a standard amongst acoustic guitar players. This one is a little bit different, but the tone is the same. In which case I mean that the Tahoe pickup sounds just as solid and full as the Pro-Mag. They use the same single-coil technology, so the sounds aren't too different in general. The shape of this pickup is one feature that sets it apart, as it has the black pickup with the actual coils that correspond to each string visible. The one thing I've noticed with some guitars is that the soundhole doesn't always line up with the strings, meaning that the strings don't always rest in the appropriate spot below the strings. I think that this can be an issue with a lot of players, fortunately it worked fine for me. I also liked how this pickup, due to its size and a stereo jack, can be used in tandem with another. It doesn't fit with the Pro-Mag so I haven't tried it, but I'd like to see how it works in tandem with a different kind of pickup (The box suggests using a piezo pickup). The tonal varieties are pretty cool in this way, as you can send them both to amps or PA channels (or one to each), and you can adjust the tone on each channel.
    This thing definitely has an advantage on the Pro-Mag if you are willing to use it in tandem with another pickup. It's still fine on its own, assuming that you don't have any issues with the pickups and strings like I mentioned earlier. This is a great product for acoustic players who play gigs and need decent tone.
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