Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup  

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The second-generation Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup maintains the structural integrity of your instrument. The Thinline pickup provides warmer, better-balanced amplification without disto... Read More

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The second-generation Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup maintains the structural integrity of your instrument. The Thinline pickup provides warmer, better-balanced amplification without distorting the acoustic sound. Virtually eliminates resonant feedback.

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MartinThinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup
 
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5.0

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By CHARLES HIPSZER

from New rochelle NY

Comments about Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup:

I love it. Easy to install (if you don't mind drilling 2 holes in your guitar)it works great on my classical nylon string Yamaha. No feed back and a great natural sound. Highly recommend it.

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Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup

By David Wilson

from Dalals, Texas

Comments about Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup:

I recently bought a 12-string Martin clone guitar with no pickup. This piezo flatline pickup installed in a jiffy under the bridge saddle and fit perfectly. Sounds awesome - just what I needed.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellant Value

By Bruce Ferguson

from Dayton OH

Comments about Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup:

My son didn't want to mic his Seagull S6 anymore and was considering a soundhole pickup. I could see that in most of these designs the wire just hung out of the soundhole, looked sloppy and has the potential to get in the way. After reading reviews on Harmony Central and hearing a Guild with one on YouTube, I went ahead and ordered a Thinline. The directions are great, the install was pretty easy (take your time) and it sounds great. I chose not to shave the bridge, as the action was already quite low, and my son is quite happy with it. You can use a spade type drill bit for the endpin jack bore, which is cheaper than buying a specialty tool from a luthier's supply, and not worry about splintering the surrounding wood that would damage the lacquer finish. Nice product and excellant value.

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good replacement pick up for a bad active pickup.

By Ron Zrebski

from Sherwood, AR

Comments about Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup:

I have an older Fender A/E. The original pick up went out and the oem pick up was no longer available. I ordered the Martin Thinline with the idea of installing it and abandoning the preamp on the guitar since the thinline is a passive pickup. When I got the Martin pick up, the literature in the box stated it could be used as a replacement for either a passive or active pick up. I simply removed the old pick up from the Fender and soldered in the new Martin and it works perfectly, maybe even better than the original. The Fender dealer recommended replacing the preamp as well as the pickup. That would have cost a lot more. This was a less expensive and much easier fix. Great deal.

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5.0

Works Great!!

By Jeff Tribby

from Lakeland, Florida

Comments about Martin Thinline 332 Acoustic Guitar Pickup:

I've had this same model Martin Thinline in my Yamaha FG-612 12-string for several years now. When I finally got a Martin 12-string, I knew I'd have to able to plug 'er in. I got a Thinline for my new DX12-1, and it sounds a world apart from the Yamaha, not that the Yamaha doesn't sound good. It more than holds its own acoustically and when plugged in. the Thinline does the same great job for the Martin, very clean with bright highs and deep low tones. It's strong enough to give the amp a good, strong signal without being overly harsh at high volume. Now some people will cringe when I say this, but I don't have an acoustic amp. I use a Crate G130C-XL with an addition speaker cab for a total of 4 12" Celestions and 190 watts RMS. I never have a feedback problem despite the legendary strength of the amp. I slso use a Line-6 Spider III 75-watt amp at church. I do have to watch feedback a little bit with this amp, but it's never anything I can't easily compensate for. I'm a very happy camper with the Thinlines in both of my babies. It's very easy to install since it's a passive pickup, but, yes, I let a professional do the job. I've never had a problem controlling everything at the amp. It's a great and inexpesive way to get a great amplified sound out of any acoustic guitar. I get "Ooo!", "Ahhh!" and "Wow!" from people who hear the setup with either guitar / either amp.

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