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Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HC
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  • O.pO.p

    Very good microphone

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 06/02/14 at 09:14
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    I use it for 5 years on a takamine EN10C In the console preamp or a good quality. It is a very good mic as its name suggests (wooded) and it does not blow But it is imperative one. good preamp because its level is very failble.Trés good Value for money.
  • RocknwebRocknweb

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 04/14/12 at 07:59
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    A good investment given its price!
    Microwave passive humbucker type, requires no batteries and does not emit noise, if you use it on an amp-electro-acoustic rendering is superb. I use it with a Martin and it's perfect.

    In terms of disadvantages the output level is low (passive pickup) so a muscular amp min 30 is highly recommended, no feedback to manage. The cord is fixed in the microwave, it is very big and not very long.
    A solution with a detachable jack would have been more convenient and provided more security, although the microphone itself has no roughness.
    By dint of use, the foam shrinks and eventually move from its location.
    In this respect do not be afraid to move as mu…
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    A good investment given its price!
    Microwave passive humbucker type, requires no batteries and does not emit noise, if you use it on an amp-electro-acoustic rendering is superb. I use it with a Martin and it's perfect.

    In terms of disadvantages the output level is low (passive pickup) so a muscular amp min 30 is highly recommended, no feedback to manage. The cord is fixed in the microwave, it is very big and not very long.
    A solution with a detachable jack would have been more convenient and provided more security, although the microphone itself has no roughness.
    By dint of use, the foam shrinks and eventually move from its location.
    In this respect do not be afraid to move as much as possible to catch the foam.
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  • caporalcaporal

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 07/07/05 at 04:14
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    This is the bomb for those who want to amplify its folk.
    MODEL Available in three (see the site of Seymour Duncan).
    He has the mouth, great finish and it sounds good with a guitar that a good violin (s ,...) is the Crafter Panard.

    Dunlop prefer to 'em often seen as the sound (I have not the word but the sound is more "real" let's say) for the purpose, design. And even when it is made in SD!
  • ZienZien

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 08/10/05 at 09:36
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    I use it for 2 months, and really ... its a word, except that it is gnial! In addition the estthique is great, it does not look dnature guitar.
    This is my store recommended it to me just perfect.
  • benj86benj86

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 07/07/06 at 07:27
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    This microphone is for those who want IDAL amplify or record their folk (or classic).
    The finish of the mic is well made.
    The sound is not bad but I expected better. The output level is quite low, but by pushing the amp, no problem. But when he returns even though the sound of an acoustic guitar.
    Another minority problem: the jack is not provided gnial (slightly fragile).
    Otherwise, I do not regret my purchase. This mic is super helpful and much better than the Dunlop and Dean Markley.
  • ebrianebrian

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 04/23/07 at 07:09
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    ATTENTION THIS IS MICRO MAGNETIC SO IT IS NOT DONE FOR GUITAR NYLON STRINGS: CLASSICAL, FLAMENCO ETC.
    This micro-rosette MODEL SA single coil (the HB also exists) is of good quality, not trs powerful and quality above average, I have a bit of t by low enough I got round and deep.
    It must be used with a prampli.Il fits most rosettes 3.85''4.10''or 9.5 cm 10.4 cm. 1 inch = 2.54 cm
    Quality-price ratio honnte. Comes in a cloth bag with a cable of 4 m and a manual.
  • EntonoirEntonoir

    Seymour Duncan Woody HC SA-3HCPublished on 08/06/07 at 14:10
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    I use the micro for the past three months on a Simon & Patrick 12 string but also a Norman 6 string, and the sound is exactly what I was looking for, Crystalline, but without forgetting the bass.
    The specifics I like most is its finish and sound.
    However, those I like least is the need for preamp and cable just 4m (although qu'n RULES General, there's not necessarily need to move a lot with a folk ^ ^)
    I tried two other microphones with a microphone who was Dean Markley (which was a big disappointment) and the model of Fishman De Palmas (which sounded really good, but that was out of budget ^ ^)
    I think the value for money is really good!
    and with experience I would do this choice…
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    I use the micro for the past three months on a Simon & Patrick 12 string but also a Norman 6 string, and the sound is exactly what I was looking for, Crystalline, but without forgetting the bass.
    The specifics I like most is its finish and sound.
    However, those I like least is the need for preamp and cable just 4m (although qu'n RULES General, there's not necessarily need to move a lot with a folk ^ ^)
    I tried two other microphones with a microphone who was Dean Markley (which was a big disappointment) and the model of Fishman De Palmas (which sounded really good, but that was out of budget ^ ^)
    I think the value for money is really good!
    and with experience I would do this choice without hesitate!
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