A direct descendant of Fishman's acclaimed Rare Earth pickup, the Pro-Neo-D01 Magnetic Soundhole Pickup shares the same neodymium magnets and coil technology. The main difference is that the Pro-Neo-D... Read More
A direct descendant of Fishman's acclaimed Rare Earth pickup, the Pro-Neo-D01 Magnetic Soundhole Pickup shares the same neodymium magnets and coil technology. The main difference is that the Pro-Neo-D01 is passive. Encased in an attractive earth-tone injection-molded shell, this Fishman Pickup comes complete and ready-to-use with an integral 10' cable. Installs with cork-lined clamps.
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Got this for super cheap here as a used bargain. Very easy installation, just literally a few turns of the screw. Am very pleased with the tone and surprised with the output. Did not have to boost signal, stuck it right into my soundcard's breakout box. Requires a bit more of a light touch than I'm used to when playing and as others have noted, there could be a better solution for the cord just sticking out of the middle of the soundhole. If you can find a good deal on this, pick it up. I'm sure you'll be very happy with it. Don't know if I would pay full retail for it.
I went to a local GC tonight to purchase an acoustic/electric. It's just after Christmas so the selection was less than I had hoped. I was just about to spend more than my budget when I considered a simple soundhole pickup for my existing acoustic guitar, an inexpensive Yamaha. Let me just say I have achieved the same results with this little puppy as I would have had I spent $300 on a new guitar. I opted to spend less on this single coil pickup than I would have on the humbucker, and yes... there are feedback issues but I expected that. If the hum is troublesome, spend the extra dough on the humbucker version, but for the money... WOW this is great. Easy installation. I had it unpacked and installed in 5 minutes. Plus, being that my guitar is nothing special I am not averse to drilling a hole in the butt end to route the cord through the back and eliminating the somewhat bothersome cord sticking out of the soundhole. Bottom line, it's an inexpensive way to amplify your acoustic, but I do say again, if you can afford it, get the humbucker... but if your budget is tight like mine, this one will do.
I just got this pickup and have only used it a couple times but so far its is a really good sound quality especialy for the price. I would definetly recomend it over the Dean Markley SC-1 Acoustic Pro Mag for the sound.
The Fishman Neo-D Pickup is a great pickup for the price. I got it for a last minute gig and was perfect. My only qualm is the cord comes out of the soundhole, other than that, it's a great deal. It gives fair-to-good tone for the investment.
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