Graph Tech Acousti-Phonic for Guitar

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Set préamplificateur

  • Pour capteur piezo Graph Tech

Contenu:

  • PD-0240-00 Acousti-Phonic - Platine préamplificateur pour guitare
  • BD-0103-01 Switchcraft Stereo- Embase Jack (4 contacts)
  • BE-5003-00 Câble de connexion (Jack stéréo vers platine)
  • BE-5002-00 Câble de connexion (réglage de volume et micro magnétique vers platine)
  • BE-0204-00 clip de pile (pile 9V vers platine)
  • BE-0205-00 Support de pile (clip en métal pour pile 9V)
  • PE-5017-00 Connecteur collecteur (non représenté) pour connexion de micro Graph Tech Ghost
  • PE-5021-00 Câble de connexion 2 conducteurs (connecteur collecteur vers platine)
Référencé depuis Mai 2010
Numéro d'article 248653
Conditionnement (UVC) 1 Pièce(s)
107 €
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très bon un bon son de piezo
Tuan kiet 09.12.2013
parlons de l'installation on ne peut plus simple il suffit de suivre les câblage et percer la guitare (mon guitar-tech s'en est occupé donc je pourrais pas trop parler de la simplicité de câblage ou d'installation)
par contre niveau son on obtient un très bon piezo très réactif et qui respecte la plus part des son des guitares électro-acoustique que l'on trouvera sur le marché, seulement il faut savoir que un piezo (même sur une acoustique) ne reproduit pas la caisse, il reproduit juste la vibration de la corde donc si vous voulez un corps avec il faudra investir dans un préamp acoustique genre Fishman Aura (qu'utilise John Petrucci sur son piezo et sa Taylor 30th annivairsaire et qui donne du corps non négligeable) ou plus abordable Zoom A3 (que j'ai testé, il sonne un chouilla digital mais donne un corps au Ghost assez conséquent)
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Davus 21.06.2018
This system was something that totally surprised me when it arrived. I had expected, from reading and watching reviews, and also from reading the manual downloaded from their site, that I would face all kinds of difficulty in finding space for it. Upon unboxing, you can't imagine my surprise when I saw the actual circuit board. In fact, I laughed out loud. It is very small, about the size of a large postage stamp (4cm x 3cm approximately, and a depth of a little over 15mm).

With finding space to be much more straightforward than anticipated, I happily repacked my router and chisels and got down to installing it. The installation is very straightforward, and the manual guides you well (I would recommend downloading the manual from the Graph Tech site for viewing on a tablet or laptop as the printed manual is quite small). I had also obtained the quickswitch in order to facilitate bypass as I didn't want an always-on configuration for the preamp (search for the code PE-0111-00 for this add-on - it is a highly recommended addition to the installation). I had chosen this kit rather than the full Acoustiphonic kit as I did not require the Mid/Dark switch or push-pull pot that kit supplies.

Soundwise, it delivers a very authentic acoustic sound when using the Graph Tech piezo pickups only (a Graph Tech Resomax bridge was installed). However, the blending of both sounds creates something unique, particularly when using modulation pedals like chorus or flanger - the sound becomes richer, more harmonically diverse, and the sound of the pick takes on a different quality as well. However, when put through distortion, things are not so perfect, as there is a noticeable increase in hiss. This, of course, is no reason to criticize the preamp, though, as its purpose is to create a convincing acoustic sound or enhance the magnetic pick-up sound.

I would definitely recommend this to anyone seeking to have a guitar that can multi-task quickly and easily in a live set-up. The additional tonal possibilities provided by blending the sound of the Ghost system and your magnetic pick-ups offer something more tangible than elaborate wiring schemes that split coils or reverse phase, etc. The acoustic sound is certainly effective enough to fool the ears of most listeners, particularly when fed through an acoustic preamp pedal.

I have the distinct feeling that I will probably purchase one of these modules again very soon!
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Sounds good
Anonyme 29.10.2015
I got this system to put in my PRS SE custom 24. Normally you would need to exapnd the cavities to fit an extra 9v battery and the curcuit board but I found that if you use a tremol-no to block the trem you can remove the springs in the tremolo cavity to fit the circuit board and you don't need to lower the bridge to the body which allows you the pass the cable through the gap under the bridge down to the tremolo cavity and the battery is easy enough to fit somewhere it the cavity with the pots. I skipped the switch and had the tone pot become volume for the piezo. I think that the easiest type of guitar to install it in would be a strat or tele since you can cover the expanded cavity up easily with the pickguard and you can drill holes in the pickguard for the switch without the fear that you can never revert the changes. You can just replace the pickguard.

When it comes to sound it sounds good, I have no complaints. There are quite a few sound demos on youtube and I'm sure someone has done an A/B test with a real acoustic if you want to hear for yourself.
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Excellent system
AntonyN 20.01.2015
I bought the Graph Tech Acousti-Phonic system along with a set of Graph Tech Pizo saddles and the midi board for my Parker Fly. Really was a doddle to install in my guitar, but a bit of a squeeze to fit it all in though.
The Acousti-Phonic is a big step up from the standard system in the Parker, with a marked improvement in tone. In conjunction with the midi board also available from Graph-tech all you need to add is a Roland GR-55 and you are in Midi Guitar heaven.
I cant recommend the saddles that compliment this system enough - a huge increase in sustain and no more problems with loosing the little balls that are found in the original system
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