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Sound Quality

[Perceived output level] So-Hot-You-Don't-Need-An-Amp. Slaps cause almost always peaks for the passive pickup that it is [Tone] Balanced. [Sonic evaluation] Nice sound, a slight volume increase arround 200Hz [For which styles and positions is this pickup (un)suitable] Fusion

Reliability/Durability


General Comments

[Comments] - I would try the musicman Pickup

- I've been playing for nearly 2 years, I own Ibanez SR505, H¿hner B-bass professional series(4 string), a Rogue LX400 Pro 4-String Bass, and a Stagg BC-302;

I own Roland Basscube 100, Hartke A35

I own Fantom-X7, 2x Audiophile 70W studiomonitors

and a spanish guitar

- Love the sound of the D and G-string on the Stagg BC302, hate the 200-400Hz region.

- I didn't chose this pickup, it came with my stagg BC302.

- I wished it had a plastic cover, to protect the metal coils, because they cause humming when touching them with the strings, or hands.

- It has 'that' sound, it only doesn't have that hardware quality.

- The humbucker is attached to a volume, and treble knob. the plastic wears out, when playing with the fingers on the pickup, especially the nail of the thumb gets a hole in the bucker...

 

 





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