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  • cromornecromorne

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    Bartolini 5JPublished on 12/17/11 at 14:02
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    Excellent micro floating and relatively inexpensive compared the qualit.Je bought it on ebay and it came back us 100 euros all included with the shipping (gabeloups have not seen happen). I mounted on a Loar Lh 700. There is just the right place in thickness. the brackets (cot of the handle) are relatively soft copper and can be reworked with pliers to get the proper distance. the body of the microphone is welded on two legs who take it from below and so that add 1mm thick. On The Loar I put the clips run a slight angle so that the fasteners do not touch the table below as a micro point of contact (there is very little space on the guitar in height) The result suits me perfectly. With TomKa…
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    Excellent micro floating and relatively inexpensive compared the qualit.Je bought it on ebay and it came back us 100 euros all included with the shipping (gabeloups have not seen happen). I mounted on a Loar Lh 700. There is just the right place in thickness. the brackets (cot of the handle) are relatively soft copper and can be reworked with pliers to get the proper distance. the body of the microphone is welded on two legs who take it from below and so that add 1mm thick. On The Loar I put the clips run a slight angle so that the fasteners do not touch the table below as a micro point of contact (there is very little space on the guitar in height) The result suits me perfectly. With TomKat amplifier was a very smooth sound very very smooth jazz sum (with the right setup and good mediator). Dja surprisingly silent guitar acoustically speaking, with the microphone that he has other perspectives. I had bought used on ebay.de (470 euros) it comes back to me 600 all inclusive with the micro knob and pickguard bois.Une guitar in hand carved all solid with a great microphone. I see no reason to buy more should be done cher.Il experience on small models of the mark (Lh 300). A micro really recommend. After you have to go home or at Lollar Benedetti, but between 60 and 80 euros more expensive.
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