Dean Markley Guitar Pickups
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Price DropDean Markley ProMag Plus XM Acoustic Guitar Pickup
A single-coil pickup that has bell-like harmonics that sing like no other acoustical pickup.$33.95Compare Compare Now site1prod584321
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Price DropDean Markley Pro Mag SC-1 Acoustic Guitar Pickup
ProMag's perfect balance and maple wood housing give it that smooth, high-end response that you want from an...$32.50Compare Compare Now site1prod304000
SaleDean Markley Pro Mag Grand Acoustic Guitar Pickup
The Grand is the result of a patented coil configuration. The goal, when designing the Grand, was to keep that...$37.99Compare Compare Now site1prod304012
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Are you looking for a pickup that's quick and easy to install and remove? Soundhole models can give you that convenience, which makes them an obvious choice for any guitarist planning to switch back and forth between acoustic and electric on the regular. Some of the best-selling examples of those pickups here include the Dean Markley ProMag Plus XM Acoustic Guitar Pickup, Pro Mag Grand Acoustic Guitar Pickup and Pro Mag SC-1 Acoustic Guitar Pickup. Similar to an electric guitar's single-coil pickup, they'll put out clear sound by "listening" directly to your strings.
On the other hand, maybe you're interested in something that goes beyond the strings - in that case, something like the Dean Markley Artist Transducer could be the right option for you. Instead of picking up vibrations from the strings, it gets them from the guitar top - which means choosing different spots to attach it can noticeably change the character of the sound, so you have a wide variety of tones available. There's also the option of using multiple transducers, or combining a transducer with a soundhole or piezo pickup, and then mixing them together to get yourself some exceptional results.
Any one of these Dean Markley guitar pickups could be the right fit for your setup - or maybe even more than one, if you're ambitious enough to mix a transducer with a soundhole pickup. It is, of course, totally up to you as to which pickups you decide on for your instrument and your amp. If you're a bit stumped in your decision, try checking out the ratings and reviews; they make great tiebreakers!