Barcus Berry's Built-in Bridge Piezo Pickup 1320 for Violin
Designed to satisfy the most rigorous demands of the professional musician - outstanding dependability! The piezo transducer is built right into the bridge, achieving wide-band frequency response, perfectly balanced string sensitivity, feedback rejection and excellent signal isolation. More pro violinists depend on the 1320 for unequalled acoustic-electric performance!
Features & Benefits:
Sensor has wideband frequency response, perfectly balanced string sensitivity, feedback rejection and excellent signal isolation.
Provides superb acoustic performance together with unequaled acoustic-electric capability.
Quality Materials & Components Included:
Pickup/Transducer: Unfitted bridge which incorporates a factory installed piezo electric transducer.
Output Jack: Barcus-Berry model 3100P: 1/4"
(female Carpenter output jack with separate U-shaped bottom bracket and 2 turn buckles.)
The pickup is not connected to the output jack. This is left off for easier fitting of the bridge. They will need to be soldered.
Questions About Electric Instruments?
We get a lot of questions about electric instruments, pickups, and amplifiers, and different set up scenarios. This video covers some of the basics about:
- Passive vs. Active Pickups
- Preamps and Amps
- Silent Practicing
- Recording to computer/ios devices
We try out different set ups to find out if it'll work, or if it's wack!
I have already matched the bridge to my original bridge and soldered the pickup. This is on my backup violin. Played it all night at practice with no issues. Sounds great!
livraison dans 15 jours en France, reçu en bonne état , le même sur la photo un bon son , le vendeur est très très gentil; il répond toujours à mes questions, et je vais continuer a commander chez ce vendeur , je confirme que FIDDLERSHOP sont très bonnet et très sérieux, merci
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