Fishman Piezo Ceramic Pick-ups These pick-ups include a mini-plug jack which mounts to the tailpiece, cello and bass pickups include a 1/4" output jack. Easy to install... no modification to the instrument. Includes 10' cable.
Plug in the Full Circle and you'll hear all the acoustic qualities, dynamics, and nuances of your bass - only louder. Encased in a sturdy aluminum height adjuster wheel and offers accurate, transparent sound. Fine-tuning feature lets you quickly choose between an open, resonant response or a drier and more focused amplified tone. 1/4-20 format. Professional installation is recommended.
LR Baggs Para Acoustic DI 5-Band EQ The Para Acoustic D.I. is a studio-quality direct box, featuring a five-band equalizer with tunable notch and midrange controls, adjustable gain and phase inversion. Our proprietary Quasi-Passive EQ circuitry is totally transparent and allows control over voicing without sacrificing tone -- a big advance over conventional equalizers. In short, the Para D.I. is engineered to bring out the best in any pickup.
This quality cable has a thinner diameter, making it very light and flexible – perfect for amplified violin or viola. The molded ends will not loosen when or come apart, making it a reliable cable at a budget price. 10 feet long.
The Realist Copperhead Pickups are by David Gage & NS Design. The Copperhead rests between the bridge feet and the instrument top, which puts it exactly where the sound is transferred from the strings to the sound board. The result is rich, powerful response, both pizzicato and bowed. Its mounting hardware is extremely compact and with such a high output gain it requires no external preamp. The copper foil sandwich construction provides total shielding to eliminate hum from light fixtures and other electrical or radio interference.
SHAR Plug 'n Play Amplifier These portable amps are perfect for practicing in the home or studio at low volumes. The 10-watt Violin/Viola amp features a 5" speaker, volume, bass, and treble controls, an overdrive switch, input jack, and headphone jack. The all new 30-watt cello-bass amp has a 10" speaker, volume, bass, middle, mid-frequency, and treble controls, high and low input jack, and headphone jack. Which Amp? Bowed string instruments have such a wide range of frequencies and dynamics that we recommend an "acoustic" instrument amplifier for live performances. Violins and violas enjoy the best results with amps that have a tweeter to accommodate the higher frequencies, while cellos and basses should use bass amplifiers.
A new clamp-on pickup! Clamps onto your bridge easily, without marking or damaging. The easy installation makes it great for traveling players or for those who want a pickup only when they are using an amp. Features an on-board volume knob that gives the player full control to adjust output on the spot. Milled from solid brass, the durable sound piece comes with a 4-year warranty.
At just under 20 lbs., the Fishman Loudbox Mini delivers a great acoustic sound rarely heard in such a portable amplifier. The Loudbox Mini packs 60 Watts of clean acoustic power, and has two channels featuring Fishman's legendary preamp and tone control designs, plus digital reverb and chorus for the instrument channel and reverb for the microphone channel. The Loudbox Mini sports an MP3 input and balanced XLR D.I. output - a must for jamming along and capturing your performances. If you're looking for a great sound to inspire your practice sessions, or just need a big, yet portable voice at the local open mic night, look no further than the affordable Loudbox Mini.
A durable, self-powered, transparent piezo pickup that offers a focused bass sound, perfect for those musicians who want a lot of punch without loss of fidelity. Performs well at high volumes, offering a clear sound without boom. Mounts at the adjuster without glue or fasteners, will fit on most bridges without changing a thing.
"My intent is to be the kind of sideman who that band-leader feels is essential to the band. When I'm playing, I never worry with The Realist on my bass." - Ron Carter