Fishman Thinline Undersaddle Pickup

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Fishman Thinline Undersaddle Pickup

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Fishman Thinline Undersaddle Pickup

This popular transducer is designed for installation at the bottom of a 3/32" (2.38mm) wide bridge saddle (saddle not included).

Martin installed this model for several years on their amplified 6-string guitars. This pickup is designed for string spreads up to 2-1/8" (53.97mm).

Includes the Fishman Switchjack: a stereo jack that can be used for mono, stereo, or mono with battery switching capabilities. Like all passive transducers, this pickup does not require a battery. The Switchjack™ tightens from outside the guitar, and accepts a standard 1/4" (6.35mm) plug. 1/2" (12.70mm) diameter mounting hole required. An impedance-matching preamp is recommended, but not required.


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5.0

Dreadnought experiment

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I installed this pickup in my StewMac Dreadnought kit as an experiment, and am surprised and delighted at the result. I am using the Schatter mini-preamp for impedance matching into a Fender Mustang II and find that there is plenty of signal and very low, almost imperceptible, noise. There is good balance across all strings. Despite on-line warnings and cautions, I found installation to be very straightforward just following the Fishman directions. Great fun to play!

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sound good

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Sound good on my Taylor 522 with fishman undersadle pickup plugged into my Pendulum Audio SPS 1

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I have built about 40 guitars, and have installed a dozen or so pickups in acoustic guitars. This product is very flimsy and subject to damage on install. I have never been able to get decent balance across all six strings with it. The continuous ribbon type from BBand has worked a lot better for me . Wish stewmac carried them.

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