David Gage The Realist Violin Mini Jack

Piezoceramic Pickup

  • For 4/4 violins
  • Excellent pizzicato- and arco sound via placing the pickup between the bridge foot and the top
  • With a small 3.5 mm (1/8") jack socket

Note: Cable is not included

Further Information

Active No
Passive Yes
Incl. Preamp No
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Edmund L., 27.01.2011
Hammerteil, this pickup by David Gage, but until I had it, I've searched the Internet for a couple of months for a suitable violin pickup. Most of the pickups have already failed because of their assembly. In the case of the realist, this is practically impossible when the person is properly treated. Have the bracket with the mini-jack socket in the bracket at the lower corner, where the inner padding runs, the violin goes easily into the violin case.

To the sound am professional musician and play salon music of the KuK monarchy, Volklore, but also swing in the style of Stephan Grapelli and Django Reinhardt. The whole I have over a Polytone Minni Brute ll and AKG Studioclipmikrophon played. Now I play with a Shure SM94. In direct comparison with the realist
The Shure sounds a little finer in the high-frequency range in the whole linear range, the realist due to the high output voltage with more volume especially on the guitar, also more dynamic and it sounds like a microphone, it comes with the acoustic sound over the polytone very close The Shure SM94. No thought about feedback, connect and get started.
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eViolinity, 27.02.2018
Finally, I can also participate in Jazz Jams with the acoustic violin. So you have the original sound of the violin directly at the ear and can play on the normal vocal system. The sound is good, especially if you put in an equalizer or sound processor.
With the pure electric violin you often hear yourself on stage bad and delayed.
The Mini Jack connection is very fiddly, especially if you want to use a stage suitable cable. I would now rather buy the normal 6.3mm Jack version.
Attention when mounting under the bridge. Never bend the cartridge and handle the cable with care.
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