I used r-time and I tried this mic I rgulirement Mount the Start of a friend.
Technical specifications for: it is a micro Noiseless, therefore, no buzz, no breath and yet, the personality read below ...
Start on this, is the Double Lace splitter. We thus obtain the well known and his vintage single search then switches to double when we gnre sound close enough to the Previous, less dry (less bright in the treble) with more scope and more energy.
This makes sense, the doubling of the coils and their proximity makes them interact one on one, it's not exactly a humbucker but it is not a single int and it trs drought, especially since these microphones have the particularity of gnrer magntique less flow than the other, they can be more rgls prs strings without limiting the sustain. In consquence, one can obtain an output level lev enough to attack the amp or effects, it's always nice to play on this particular feature.
In conclusion, this microphone will delight fans of Jeff Beck is when even PrEP is the origin of the ide of a single double.
It should be quite the directory Rock, Blues, Country, a little Hard limit and even with a good overdrive and Ad'Hoc amp, the sound is consistent and rich (although the wealth is often lost in a infme brouhaha, it was from me ... but I like the Metal reconnatre is that there are abusers ..)
A good product trs trs a good U.S. manufacturing.
So we can always discuss the microphones and what is expected of them ... Noiseless Noiseless or not ..? do they lose characters or not? everyone's got! It is, for example, can not get the clear sound of a Start with a Les Paul, after all, who would dare say that it is imperfect and that it lacks personality? vrit in both can attack all types, and the Les Paul Humbucker that quipent and dclinaisons are After all, the noiseless ...
As always, Contents of audio and especially in electro-acoustics, there is no magic, no uniqueness of these products are sufficiently imperfect and are all so special as their default become their quality, otherwise they would not be there as well made on the market.
A perfectly respectable choice!
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Le Taz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for quite some time on a musicman Axis Sport swamp ash, maple fingerboard.
I had already turned the neck pickup for a custom kami Route 66, very good, but not noiseless.
I already use one set silver + blue on a copy of Axis (lime, rosewood fingerboard and Pink Floyd) with a very strong preference for blue (at the same position: humbucker pickups associated format). So I wanted a micro least typed the kami and especially noise-less. But in the rush, my maker I have not ordered the blue, but the hot gold and placed in the middle position (no recovery).
I already knew the gold that I found very "flat". The hot gold are in the same range of frequencies, but with much more bite and mellow. He does not have the cojones blue, but could be very musical on saturated supported or combinations vintage / modern (just to Lukather) in the neck position.
If you're more into the blues, it may not do to you, although I know of at least one scratch sounds that take SRViens its strat with Lace Sensor kits. They have the advantage of being very versatile compared to Kinman. So the chance is pretty good things, I only have to swap the silver (which I do not recommend) and the hot gold so that it becomes cool.
In my opinion, with the blue and red, is one of the best Lace Sensor (but I do not know the holy grails)