We’ve something a little different for today’s #ThrowbackThursday; a wonderful clip of a beluga whale being mesmerised by a man playing a violin – enjoy!
Today we’re highlighting another new product; this time for Violins or Violas.
As with the gypsy guitar pickup we featured last week, the V-03 pickup has the new Neo-Jack series output jack. The Neo-Jack, with a standard 1/4″ output jack, is held in place simply and securely by the violin’s own tail gut.
The V-03 offers unparalleled reproduction, range and clarity of sound all wrapped up in a high quality Superieur Despiau B “two tree” maple bridge.
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You’ll have seen the term neo-jack when reading our piece on our new non-invasive pickup for Selmer and Maccaferri gypsy guitars.
As they are a feature of all our new Schatten Design pickups we thought we’d better explain what a neo-jack is.
A neo-jack utilises the existing fittings on the instrument – for example the tailpiece fitting on a gypsy, resonator, and archtop guitar, violin, viola, bouzouki, or mandolin – to attach the jack; therefore avoiding the need to drill a hole in the instrument.
It is straightforward to fit and is completely non-invasive. It can be removed and replaced as needed for those not wanting visible jacks when doing an acoustic performance.
Contact us for more details.