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GHS Pro Acoustic Soundhole Microphone with Volume Control  

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Excellent acoustic amplification at a great price.

The GHS external mount Soundhole Mic preamp system can amplify the natural sound of your acoustic instruments. Electrify your acoustic guitar using the unique attached microphone that preserves tone while amplifying the natural ambiance of the guitar. May also be used with other types of instruments including bongos, saxophones, drums, congas, bongos, and more.


Get the acoustic amplification you need with a GHS soundhole mic today!

 
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GHSPro Acoustic Soundhole Microphone with Volume Control
 
2.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Best Buy By Far!

By Scooter

from Rhode Island

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Pros

  • Acoustic Tone
  • Inexpensive
  • Real Acoustic Tone
  • Use On Multiple Inst

Cons

  • Not Bombproof
  • Won't Last Forever

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    Comments about GHS Pro Acoustic Soundhole Microphone with Volume Control:

    I own the old, no-volume-slider version. I've used it successfully hundreds of times over the years, on multiple instruments and voice. With a little EQ you can get a very decent acoustic tone - miles ahead of that quacky transducer sound. For the price, there is nothing that can touch it. In my experience, it puts out plenty of sound. You do have to watch out that you don't bang into the soundhole clip as you're playing, and eventually (years, not weeks) it will start to get wobbly. But hey, what in the world are you expecting for the price? This thing delivers, if you are realistic and reasonable in your expectations.

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    (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Inadequate Information

    Comments about GHS Pro Acoustic Soundhole Microphone with Volume Control:

    I recently purchased a GHS Pro Acoustic Soundhole Mic with Volume Control. While I believed it would be ideal for my use, I found out otherwise. The advertised use was not entirely correct. It seems that the easy mounting requires that you have strap buttons on your guitar to mount the pickup. I was intending to use it on a classical guitar which generally do not come with strap buttons. This was not a part of the advertised use of the pickup. I was sorely disappointed and I am now faced with the coice of calling it a loss or modifying my classical guitar by adding strap buttons. Bummer!!

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    1.0

    Definitly not a guitar mic!

    By Name-tyu.F

    from The Thumb of Michigan

    Comments about GHS Pro Acoustic Soundhole Microphone with Volume Control:

    I did a ton of research on what the best way to amplify my acoustic would be (as my onboard system died on me in the middle of the worship service!). From everything I could find out there, a mic is the most ideal way of doing it as it should capture the sound in the most accurate way. The biggest downside to a mic is the immobility (unlike our bassist I LOVE to ?rock? in the rhythm of the song) and with a fixed mic you can't do that. This soundhole mic seemed like a perfect solution! However, once I got it i could tell, just by the way it felt in my hands that the quality is low. The thing is a pain to install in the first place. It is extremely sloppy, the way it?s designed, and positioning the mic was a painstaking process. Even when I was done, I realized that I have to play very cautiously, because if I accidently move the mic (easy to do whether the mic is under or over the strings) I?ll get a horrible thump, and lose the volume balance. In the end, the low amount of output was just the tip of the iceberg. It was about 50% of the volume that I used to get with my old onboard system. Maybe this could work better with the brass instruments or something else, but definitely not a guitar thing. Needless to say, I returned it the first week and got a soundhole pickup instead.

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