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  • ManuM5ManuM5

    EMG ACSPublished on 04/15/07 at 11:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is mounted from now on my Seagull S6 cedar. I wanted a microphone that is not as cold as often is the piezo. Following a trial Specializes in a magazine, I was tempted.

    Installation is easy, the hardest part is to drill to move the jack that doubles as belt attachment. Be careful not to make the timber exploded. Then it's just a simple assembly to attach the battery cables and the indoor of the case.
    Then adjust the microphone so that each plot is directly in front of his rope.
    SETTING THE Then each block of the microphone and go.

    In amp I use a Roland JC 120, which marries well with the electro trs. The sound of this warm and soft micro contrasts with the dry and the cold of m…
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    It is mounted from now on my Seagull S6 cedar. I wanted a microphone that is not as cold as often is the piezo. Following a trial Specializes in a magazine, I was tempted.

    Installation is easy, the hardest part is to drill to move the jack that doubles as belt attachment. Be careful not to make the timber exploded. Then it's just a simple assembly to attach the battery cables and the indoor of the case.
    Then adjust the microphone so that each plot is directly in front of his rope.
    SETTING THE Then each block of the microphone and go.

    In amp I use a Roland JC 120, which marries well with the electro trs. The sound of this warm and soft micro contrasts with the dry and the cold of my other piezo electro. I personally prfre the sound reproduced by the EMG, which is closer to the sound made by a microphone.
    I have yet to test high-volume to see the resistance to feedback.

    I think it's a microphone whose report quality price is excellent. It restores the natural sound of the guitar is what he asks, he does it well.
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  • djedaildjedail

    EMG ACSPublished on 08/20/06 at 13:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the bte the past year or so.
    Pretty simple installation, with a small stack saccoche for the indoor. The microphone is fixed in the rosette with two screws that are pressuring the dernire. The jack will replace fixing your straps at the bottom of the guitar. (Very nice as Systm).
    The main advantage of this microphone is the rglage "string rope", thanks to screw rglages below each.
    The sound is of good quality clear and bright. (APRS adpend as your guitar of course). It's simple, plug and ring. In my case, I did not need to touch the equalizer of the table to have a good sound ... In addition, no breath, walk to save itself.
    If I had to mount a microphone on another guitar, I w…
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    I use the bte the past year or so.
    Pretty simple installation, with a small stack saccoche for the indoor. The microphone is fixed in the rosette with two screws that are pressuring the dernire. The jack will replace fixing your straps at the bottom of the guitar. (Very nice as Systm).
    The main advantage of this microphone is the rglage "string rope", thanks to screw rglages below each.
    The sound is of good quality clear and bright. (APRS adpend as your guitar of course). It's simple, plug and ring. In my case, I did not need to touch the equalizer of the table to have a good sound ... In addition, no breath, walk to save itself.
    If I had to mount a microphone on another guitar, I would resume the same.
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  • Pat VurdenPat Vurden

    EMG ACSPublished on 04/28/08 at 11:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have been using the Fvrier 14 (Valentine's Day gift requires ...).
    It is mounted on my 12 string. Installation is trs simply put the hole drilled by the jack. The rest are stuck on the battery box of the indoor box, you plug the diffrent taken, and sets up the microphone into the sound hole by fixing with 2 Allen screws ramnent against a plate. Then, there is no longer that do rglage blocks, according to the sound that is sought.

    This microphone is active, and possde a volume knob.

    Question sounds, the microphone complies 100% the sound of the guitar. It possde good power, and the icing on the cake, it does not larsne, even high volume.

    I possde also rose to a micro Bill Lawren…
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    I have been using the Fvrier 14 (Valentine's Day gift requires ...).
    It is mounted on my 12 string. Installation is trs simply put the hole drilled by the jack. The rest are stuck on the battery box of the indoor box, you plug the diffrent taken, and sets up the microphone into the sound hole by fixing with 2 Allen screws ramnent against a plate. Then, there is no longer that do rglage blocks, according to the sound that is sought.

    This microphone is active, and possde a volume knob.

    Question sounds, the microphone complies 100% the sound of the guitar. It possde good power, and the icing on the cake, it does not larsne, even high volume.

    I possde also rose to a micro Bill Lawrence, EMG masi is well above in terms of quality.

    The report qualitprix is ​​more than adequate, considering the flawless quality of the product.

    I do it again without hsiter the same choice.
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