The Lace Resonator Guitar Sensor pickup was developed with the Resonator Guitar factory, when they were located down the street from Lace in Huntington Beach, CA. The two companies worked together on ... Read More
The Lace Resonator Guitar Sensor pickup was developed with the Resonator Guitar factory, when they were located down the street from Lace in Huntington Beach, CA. The two companies worked together on this add-on pickup for about a year.
This may be the only magnetic resonator-style unit of its kind available today. The Lace resonator pickup can take you from the gritty Delta to the twang of bluegrass and all points in between. The guitar pickup delivers great overall balance and clarity captures the true essence, versatility and soul of your unique guitar.
Noted users of the Resonator Guitar Sensor units include Ronnie Wood, Bob Dylan, and a host of others. Currently used by the Dixie Chicks for both recording and in concert.
High quality cable and female 1/4" Switchcraft end pin jack. Cable wraps around strap end pin. Comes with double sided stick tape in two thicknesses.
Lace includes a 3" mini data CD with all its latest wiring diagrams in color along with Lace's most current pickup and guitar catalogs. This neck pickup is also accompanied by a warranty card and other useful Lace Music Products information.
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Comments about Lace Resophonic Guitar Neck Sensor Pickup:
I was very excited about this product when I finally discovered it. I was looking for a pickup to use on my biscuit bridge resonator guitar. Lace has a great reputation and supposedly had designed this pickup for dobro resonators. I try to buy American when possible. When I received the package it said Made In USA in big letter right on the box, this was gonna be good. When I opened it the first thing I noticed were poorly printed letters on the front of the device. Some of the letters for "Lace Sensor" were not completely there. No big deal. The next thing I noticed was that the cheap looking foam tape they had stuck on it was crooked. No bid deal I could fix that. Then when I tried to put it inder the strings it wouldnt fit on one side. I looked under the tape and there was a big wad of epoxy just stuck on there and covered by the tape. This made the height of the thing 5/8 on one end instead of 3/8 like it was supposed to be. Ugly and sloppy. Finally I fixed all those things. I finally was able able to plug it in. Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! :( The thing did manage to capture the acoustic nature of the guitar but the Hum and buzz was terrible. It would not be usable for a live performace in front of an audience. Just too Noisy. I hope this is not a representation of Lace's new approach to quality. For something to say so proudly "made in USA" they did a terrible Job.