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Dean Markley West Coast Barstow Passive Under Saddle Acoustic Guitar Pickup
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The Dean Markley West Coast Barstow Acoustic Guitar Pickup is a high-performance under-the-bridge-saddle transducer with a 24k gold-plated stereo end...Click To Read More About This Product
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Natural-sounding acoustic amplification made simple.
The Dean Markley West Coast Barstow Acoustic Guitar Pickup is a high-performance under-the-bridge-saddle transducer with a 24k gold-plated stereo end-pin jack, plus mini-jacks for quick and easy installation. The Dean Markley Barstow pickup provides fantastically accurate acoustical reproduction, great tonal qualities, and even string balance. After installation, the only evidence of the West Coast Barstow pickup is its golden end-pin jack. There's no maintenance and no unsightly appendage to your beautiful guitar. The Dean Markley Barstow also allows you to unobtrusively connect a second passive pickup so you can run both in tandem to special effects devices and amplifiers.
- 6 individual highly sensitive piezo sensors
- Sensors mounted inside a 24k gold-plated housing
- Better tone and string balance
- Unique housing”quick installation without the usual problems of dead or weak strings
- Mini-jacks for quick installation”no soldering required
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I finally got the nerve up to install my Barstow, and boy am I glad I did it sounds great in my Takamine 12 string. It's crisp clear I feel like I'm playing a new guitar, Just because it sounds so good. No dead strings everything comes through loud and clear. I recommend it, more bang for the buck.
Please bear with me since I have only had a guitar for a year now. I found the installation of this pickup to be intimidating at first, however after completing it it was nothing. Took about 1 hour from start to re-tuning. My only complaint with the pickup is that it is so quiet I have to turn the gain up on my amp, and then it looses it's acoustic sound. If I wanted electric guitar sound I would have just played my electric. I think I can mess with the amp and get a halfway decent acoustic sound out of it.