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  • guillermo.nounoursguillermo.nounours

    Its a real Rock

    Benedetti RockPublished on 11/29/14 at 17:33
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    Fit together with a Cream on my Blacktop Tele, I find the sound of my Gibson SG, it's rock, a little rough with her charm, quality and more, no extraneous noise but it is rock that is cruncher fact, excellent.

    In Split, a treat, there are strats sound carefree.

    In short my Blacktop Tele is transformed. It is true that the operation at a cost (2 microphones + installation + a push / pull on tone + volume and tone potentiometers US = 350 euros).

    But then my Blacktop Tele is processed. This is a Mexican but the nose breaks it. My luthier did tried and people all believed to US, both in terms of finish as microphones.
  • mery laurentmery laurent

    the quality appointments

    Benedetti RockPublished on 11/15/13 at 17:10
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    installed on my strat pickup in standard us, it transforms into a strat more versatile guitar, the most surprising is that even split found a pickup with a full balanced sound. a big thank you to my super Philip Deppute Hennebond luthier, who have advised me very well! "normal" position, allowing her to go to the strategy tickle the register of a Gibson SG.
  • SibiatusSibiatus

    Benedetti RockPublished on 05/05/05 at 05:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I possde the neck pickup (also mountable easel) for 3 months and I am more than satisfied!

    1. The sound is warm and powerful prcis. Evidence, we feel the little diffrence output level between the Rock and Cream (which esplutt this level the monster :-))

    2. This mic is really made for rock, and I who wanted to make a micro prog ', I'm not! Trs is versatile, very low and mdiums. The clean sounds are excellent and as saturated as well perfect for rock, jazz or the blues. I have a weakness for his clear Splitt trs soft, almost jazzy!

    3. on the other hand is a bit expensive but well worth its price. And has the mouth (see photo of Cream, the same c)!

    4. I coupled with Cream, always w…
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    I possde the neck pickup (also mountable easel) for 3 months and I am more than satisfied!

    1. The sound is warm and powerful prcis. Evidence, we feel the little diffrence output level between the Rock and Cream (which esplutt this level the monster :-))

    2. This mic is really made for rock, and I who wanted to make a micro prog ', I'm not! Trs is versatile, very low and mdiums. The clean sounds are excellent and as saturated as well perfect for rock, jazz or the blues. I have a weakness for his clear Splitt trs soft, almost jazzy!

    3. on the other hand is a bit expensive but well worth its price. And has the mouth (see photo of Cream, the same c)!

    4. I coupled with Cream, always with Benedetti, easel, and the two together ecstasy :-) c and c more cheaper (250 two humbuckers instead of 280 :-))

    In an excellent micro résumé that I highly recommend!
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  • ChipsChips

    Benedetti RockPublished on 04/14/06 at 07:12
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    - I bought this mirco there are now more than six months, I first mounted on a stringed guitar course in the bridge position, and it already sounded great, I tried several and finally leave SG'68 on my ...

    - This microwave has a potato and a wide definition of notes ... DNAS is going very well a lot of style ... before I had the pickups on my SG origins, and soon found the sound that we had before, only better, much better ... and then it is beautiful!

    - Before that I had tested several other micro: micro home of the SG, the HS8, Hot paf Kent Armstrong, EMG, etc. .. etc. .. nothing works, it rings of hell ...

    - In terms of price, some say it is a bit expensive, it is indeed a high …
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    - I bought this mirco there are now more than six months, I first mounted on a stringed guitar course in the bridge position, and it already sounded great, I tried several and finally leave SG'68 on my ...

    - This microwave has a potato and a wide definition of notes ... DNAS is going very well a lot of style ... before I had the pickups on my SG origins, and soon found the sound that we had before, only better, much better ... and then it is beautiful!

    - Before that I had tested several other micro: micro home of the SG, the HS8, Hot paf Kent Armstrong, EMG, etc. .. etc. .. nothing works, it rings of hell ...

    - In terms of price, some say it is a bit expensive, it is indeed a high price bracket, but it was worth its weight in gold ... widely

    - With experience, I would do a thousand times that choice ...
    my configuration 'estla follows:
    Gibson SG Std 1968 + Rock in bridge and 90 in round SP ==> Marshall JCM 800 ==> 4 * 12 V30 home made ...
    It sounds to kravitz red hot through M or AC / DC, very versatile, and without réglagle amp or other ...
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  • setnecksetneck

    Benedetti RockPublished on 10/30/08 at 03:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I mounted the microphone on a special strata texas U.S. in the bridge position, I'd say it was surprising how much he respects the instrument, its sound stratum, then I am sure his son on gibson gibson
    I would dissuade you from mounting it on a tennis racket or even a German pele he has to remind you how your instrument is a crock.
    If I compare it to my favorites that were micro SD SH4 as well as custom Di Marzio I would say it is worth an output level, however, the rock gets a clear and impressive distortion remains very precise while being very rock we say a vertion finish SH4 just like custom but with the grain Benedetti ... beautiful!
    Benedetti hate can not be my comparison but I …
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    I mounted the microphone on a special strata texas U.S. in the bridge position, I'd say it was surprising how much he respects the instrument, its sound stratum, then I am sure his son on gibson gibson
    I would dissuade you from mounting it on a tennis racket or even a German pele he has to remind you how your instrument is a crock.
    If I compare it to my favorites that were micro SD SH4 as well as custom Di Marzio I would say it is worth an output level, however, the rock gets a clear and impressive distortion remains very precise while being very rock we say a vertion finish SH4 just like custom but with the grain Benedetti ... beautiful!
    Benedetti hate can not be my comparison but I Dirr that took the microphone as well as that of gibson fender (heat power precision roundness presence edged) and dismissed the default (loud, cold, mushy, absent) how to do it ?
    value for money and good, I think, and if I had the means I equipped the gibson with this mic without hesitation.
    THE bridge pickup is any rocker Beatles to AC / DC!
    bof heavy, metal ... negative
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