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.
Compact outboard pre-amp that can be worn on your belt or clipped to a pocket. Separate volume, bass and treble clef controls within easy reach. Acoustic pickup such as the Fishman Piezo Ceramic Pickup required. 9-volt battery required, not included.
Compact outboard pre-amp for any acoustical instrument including bass, cello, viola, violin and guitar. This perennial favorite now features a tough new injection molded case featuring an easy access battery compartment, input trim control and advanced new electronics which provide longer battery life. Other features include: Volume, bass, middle, treble, and brilliance sliders; AC adapter jack; Phase switch and sub-bass trim control. Requires (and can be used with) an type of piezo or magnetic pickup and 9-volt battery. (Not included)
This pre-amp has a balanced XLR D.I. whihc allows professional quality output control over the signal coming from the pickup. In addition to the features offered on the PROEQ2 , this pre-amp also offers better feedback control, 4 band EQ and smooth acoustic compression which takes the edge off your amplified acoustic sound.
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.
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.
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.
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