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DiMarzio DP132 Acoustic Quick Mount
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DiMarzio DP132 Acoustic Quick Mount

Acoustic guitar pickup from DiMarzio belonging to the Acoustic series.

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DiMarzio DP132 Acoustic Quick MountPublished on 04/13/08 at 02:29
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This micro liabilities rose amplifies an acoustic guitar folk "naked" is - ie without lectonique boards, without making changes on the guitar because it is fixed just in the rose trs by means of a spring, and s'enlve just as easily.

I use rgulirement live on a Seagull folk for about 5 years.

The 3m cable is strong and the level of output lev (no problem if it is sent directly to a mixer, no need to DI).

There is a small screwdriver that allows rgler height sensors (one per string) and so CONTRL sound. Personally I used it to increase prsence serious.

This seems to be the micro REFERENCE in this product line. The sound of a passive pickup of this style is inevitably always a......
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This micro liabilities rose amplifies an acoustic guitar folk "naked" is - ie without lectonique boards, without making changes on the guitar because it is fixed just in the rose trs by means of a spring, and s'enlve just as easily.

I use rgulirement live on a Seagull folk for about 5 years.

The 3m cable is strong and the level of output lev (no problem if it is sent directly to a mixer, no need to DI).

There is a small screwdriver that allows rgler height sensors (one per string) and so CONTRL sound. Personally I used it to increase prsence serious.

This seems to be the micro REFERENCE in this product line. The sound of a passive pickup of this style is inevitably always a little "mtallique", but this allows a game nuance.
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  • Manufacturer: DiMarzio
  • Model: DP132 Acoustic Quick Mount
  • Series: Acoustic
  • Category: Acoustic guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2006

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