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K&K Pure Mini (Pure Western Mini)

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Three-head passive pickup

  • For steel stringed acoustic guitars
  • Mounting takes place in the interior of the instrument
instrument type steel string guitar
Active No
Passive Yes
Incl. Preamp No
Produkt dostępny od Styczeń 2015
Numer artykułu 354991
111 € 512,96 zł
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Doskonały, naturalnie brzmiący pickup
TheToneNation Studio 27.04.2019
Świetny, prosty, pasywny (więc nie trzeba zmieniać baterii) pickup - brzmienie jest naturalne, "drewniane", łagodne, trochę jakby "mikrofonowe" - subiektywnie dla mnie bijące na głowę zbyt jaskrawe i plastikowe brzmienie standardowych pickupów piezo.
Sygnał nie jest bardzo mocny, więc najlepiej używać go z zewnętrznym preampem - np LR Baggs Para DI spisuje się świetnie.
Bardzo ważne też, żeby go odpowiednio zamontować - od tego zależy w znacznej mierze jego brzmienie - najlepiej zlecić to lutnikowi.
Generalnie - dla mnie to jeden z najlepszych przetworników na rynku - polecam bardzo!
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Used successfully on Fylde Bouzouki
Saoirse 15.08.2020
OK - so this was a chance I decided to take on my Fylde Bouzouki.
The bouzouki in question had a passive under-saddle piezo pickup that made the instrument sound hollow and horrible. The Fishman Aura mitigated the problem somewhat, but not enough by a long shot.
So I opted for this 3-head passive pickup - even though I knew it was going to be difficult - the hole is very small and the brace is right next to the bridge.
In the end I got it installed at home. It was tricky and it had to be done with care and patience - especially since I was using superglue. It's important to remember that this is a 3-head pickup - and there are 4 sets of paired strings - my setup: one each under the high and low strings, one between the 4 middle strings.
The result was immediate in comparison to the previous under saddle piezo. Firstly and most importantly, it sounded far more natural and louder - no longer hollow. Despite this bigger sound, feedback was enormously reduced, which was really surprising. The 3-head pickup is plenty enough for bouzouki, by the way - 4 would have been more difficult (maybe impossible) to fit.
In the case of the Fylde bouzouki I would recommend the pickup if you have either a good luthier or very small and steady hands (a cheap C-clamp might help too).
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OK but not as good as the writeups it gets
chrisrust 28.03.2018
I needed a pickup for my spare guitar, which is almost identical to my main guitar that has a factory-fitted LR Baggs ribbon pickup. I wasn't completely happy with the Baggs as it doesn't give an even response despite some tweaking by a local luthier. So I was hoping the K&K would give a better sound.

The K&K was reasonably easy to fit but if you are not really confident it's best to get an expert to fit it. The sound is amazingly loud without a pre-amp, so it's good value in that respect and less fuss.

The sound wasn't very natural although it was just about acceptable. So I tried it with various pre-amps, including a couple of expensive parametric ones but actually the best result was with a cheap Behringer graphic EQ pedal which let me tune out the worst effects.

So I bought a Zoom MS70 multi-effects pedal, that has a programmable Graphic EQ and that has been great. I was able to set up a good-sounding EQ for the K&K and another EQ for the LR Baggs and both are sounding a lot better.
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By far the best pickup for an amplified acoustic sound
Anonimowy 16.10.2016
By far the best pickup for an amplified acoustic sound I've experienced. The guitar sounds truly acoustic, but amplified - it is a basic task for all pickups, but the ones I've had in the past, transducers and USTs, always sound 'electric' and/or imbalanced.

I replaced a Highlander UST pickup in my Sobell Steinbeck guitar, the preferred pickup of the guitarist Martin Simpson, with the K and K Pure Mini. The Highlander unfortunately had to be balanced every time I changed the strings and was a bit unpredictable sound-wise (perhaps not always the case for other users) - something I couldn't take the risk on playing live. Sometimes the trebles and basses were hugely different regarding volume. This could be resolved, but it happened regularly. The K and K Pure Mini is predictable and always reliable - once fitted it will always sound the same.

It was simple to install. One change I made to fixing the transducers was to use superglue rather than double sided tape (a trick used by a top luthier). Once the instructions were followed, it was a straightforward installation.

Given the relatively cheap price-point, the pickup is incredible value for what it is - even if it were twice the price it would be good value. I would recommend it to anyone wanting a truly acoustic amplified sound.
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