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Kremona NG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitar  

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The Kremona NG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitars is a must have for every nylon-stringed enthusiast. Encased in lightweight tonewood, N...Read More

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Natural, detachable passive piezo pickup solution for your acoustic-electric, nylon-string guitar.

The Kremona NG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitars is a must have for every nylon-stringed enthusiast. Encased in lightweight tonewood, NG-1 ensures the natural sound of your guitar without modification. NG-1 installs safely and securely on the tie bar utilizing the tension of the strings and comes complete with a detachable, easily replaceable cable. When not in use, NG-1 may be left in place with no detriment to the instrument’s acoustic sound.


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KremonaNG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitar
 
2.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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1.0

Cheap construction Cheaper Sound

By Classical Guy

from Oakland, Ca

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Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Landfill
    • Toothpick

    Comments about Kremona NG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitar:

    This pickup has to be the most cheaply constructed, worst looking, most poorly functioning, rip off of an LR baggs that has ever been created. It installed perfectly...only to snap in half while gently removing the even cheaper 1/8 inch cable. Dont waste your money, if you're a serious musician, do yourself a favor and buy a REAL piezo system for your guitar. Not some cheap Bulgarian doorbell, sandwiched in between two pieces of drift wood. For the price, anything is a better solution for amplifying your classical guitar

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    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Nice even tone across all 6 strings

    By Ambrose

    from Glenwood Springs, CO

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

    • Extremely Sensitive
    • Fragile

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts

    Comments about Kremona NG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitar:

    Clear sound. Easy to use. Fits easily under the strings on the saddle. No need to remove the pickup after practice of performance. (waste of time) As it sits very well under the strings.

    Pickup is the same consistency of a popsical stick. I accidentally snapped mine (not in half but like a toothpick). I put it back together and viola. It worked like a charm.

    It is very sensitive. I play a Cordoba 40R out of a Crate 30w amp. I keep my amp on 2, the low, mid, and treble at 3.5 The reverb to zero for a clean concert tone with volume to spare. I'm very happy

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    (3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    KREMORA NG-1

    By fighter820

    from Broward ct, Fl

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Did'nt Work

      Best Uses

      • NA

      Comments about Kremona NG-1 Passive Piezo Pickup for Nylon String Guitar:

      The idea is great... But the one that I got did not work... Either there was no sound, or a big hum.. the cable connection to the transducer is neither 1/4 or 1/8 inch... Is apparently of European jack measurement... Maybe the cable was bad... But as the jack connection did not fit US specs... I decided to return it...

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