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christian.patouchristian.patou

did not buy

Stimer ST 48Published on 06/18/13 at 05:25
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I wanted a new micro STIMER DUPONT therefore to give to my son but it is zero. It was not the sound of my STIMER YVES Guen is only a pale copy, it is misleading to believe that musicians it is the micro Django. Now there are amps I am afraid that is the same and at what price,
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littlewing68littlewing68

Love

Stimer ST 48Published on 05/03/11 at 01:04
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For how long have you been using it?
I use the microwave for 4 months on my smith mobile home with a Fender amp lamp or beef on what I found (table or amplifier)

What thing do you like most/least about it?
The big feature is the sound. Must love the sound of jazz 50s. AC transformed my guitar gypsy jazz archtop guitar. Personally I love it!
In addition, there is no feedback, which changes a little microphones audiotechnica.
The thing I liked least was the AC transition from the luthier. My high E string expenses because the microphone. I had to raise the bridge and lay a little more stick.

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I tried the micro fly...…
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For how long have you been using it?
I use the microwave for 4 months on my smith mobile home with a Fender amp lamp or beef on what I found (table or amplifier)

What thing do you like most/least about it?
The big feature is the sound. Must love the sound of jazz 50s. AC transformed my guitar gypsy jazz archtop guitar. Personally I love it!
In addition, there is no feedback, which changes a little microphones audiotechnica.
The thing I liked least was the AC transition from the luthier. My high E string expenses because the microphone. I had to raise the bridge and lay a little more stick.

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I tried the micro fly fishing. I found the connection of micro weaker than the stimer

What is your opinion about the value for the price?
I found the mic quite expensive but what a sound!

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Yes or j will try to see the side microphones easels
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prprprprprprprpr

great charm

Stimer ST 48Published on 04/26/11 at 13:58
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Copy of micro Stimer re-edited by Maurice Dupont

The microphone is clipped under the table (no worries on my Gitane Jorgenson model: the microphone is the height of the key). It has a volume control. The measure 3m cable supplied (1 hand Jack and Cinch side that connects to the microphone)

I bought it after hearing a gypsy guitarist use it in a bar: he had a great sound very natural.

On my Gitane, the sound is very warm and gives a very nice vintage jazz side. It approaches the sound obtained with a ribbon microphone. I have not noticed any difference in volume between the two high strings (if and middle) as described in other sites (though my guitar is equipped with ropes...…
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Copy of micro Stimer re-edited by Maurice Dupont

The microphone is clipped under the table (no worries on my Gitane Jorgenson model: the microphone is the height of the key). It has a volume control. The measure 3m cable supplied (1 hand Jack and Cinch side that connects to the microphone)

I bought it after hearing a gypsy guitarist use it in a bar: he had a great sound very natural.

On my Gitane, the sound is very warm and gives a very nice vintage jazz side. It approaches the sound obtained with a ribbon microphone. I have not noticed any difference in volume between the two high strings (if and middle) as described in other sites (though my guitar is equipped with ropes Argentine). For my use, it's a great microphone that plugged into a tube preamp gives an excellent result. Only downside, the microphone: The microphone on the slightest shock generates a poc not very musical (hence 9 / 10).

I therefore warmly recommend
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  • Manufacturer: Stimer
  • Model: ST 48
  • Category: Acoustic guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 05/10/2010

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