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Benedetti SP90

P90 guitar pickup from Benedetti .

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Benedetti SP90Published on 12/14/12 at 03:27
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I use this mic for about ten years, it is mounted on a sg luthier capelli and we can say that marriage is good for playing the big rock alpin.j have tried a lot of other mics on this guitar (seymour, gibson) but none could compete with this benedetti.il has a remarkable fineness of grain, a good level of output and a very good micro définition.Ce has more personality that makes the love it or hate it (I know who do not like more than that.) In a tube amp quality with good ears and fingers adequate friends believe me it hurts! I think with the gretsch pickups are the best I've tried and I would do well on a thousand times this choice
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Benedetti SP90Published on 04/14/06 at 07:22
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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 neck position, and it sounded great dj, I tried more to finally leave it on my SG'68 ...

- This micro possde a potato and a large trs DEFINITIONS notes ... trs though he spends a lot of style ... DNAS before I had the pickups on my SG backgrounds, but they taient too fat, is the hyper Defines ...

- Before I had this test 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......
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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 neck position, and it sounded great dj, I tried more to finally leave it on my SG'68 ...

- This micro possde a potato and a large trs DEFINITIONS notes ... trs though he spends a lot of style ... DNAS before I had the pickups on my SG backgrounds, but they taient too fat, is the hyper Defines ...

- Before I had this test 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 ... trs widely

- With the exprience, 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, trs trs versatile, and without rglagle amp or other ...
In addition to the Standard in Rock bridge, there are trs good balance ...
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  • Manufacturer: Benedetti
  • Model: SP90
  • Category: P90 guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 04/14/2006

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