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    Default Update: Live Rig

    Good day,
    I hope that the day finds you all very well!

    A few updates of possible interest...

    1) I am getting closer to completing my Live Rig configuration.

    2) I recently purchased an HK Audio Polar 10 Column speaker system...[Click_me]
    https://hkaudio.com/introducing-polar-10/
    * Thus far, I am very, very pleased with this configuration...much nicer than the Bose.

    3) The fellow that was assisting me with my channel configurations has gotten very busy as of late.
    * Thus, I am finding that I am having to perform much of this "engineering" work on my own - failing more than I am succeeding...I am sure.

    4) I installed a KNA NG-2 pickup system in my nylon-strung...[Click_me]
    https://www.knapickups.com/en/guitar...g-1-pickup-kna
    * Thus far, I am very, very pleased with the end results!
    * Following is an image of my EQ setting...see #3 above.



    Question: Any comments regarding this configuration?

    5) The hunt for a workable solution for the steel-strung now ensues.
    * Any suggestions would be appreciated - with a very strong dislike for the "piezo quack"!

    6) As I have noted many times previously, I am always appreciative of RML Labs software - and the ability of such software to be extremely versatile!

    Thank you for your time....appreciated!



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    Default Re: Update: Live Rig

    Quote Originally Posted by mr_es335 View Post


    5) The hunt for a workable solution for the steel-strung now ensues.
    * Any suggestions would be appreciated - with a very strong dislike for the "piezo quack"!




    I was going to suggest looking into B-Band acoustic guitar pickup systems, but it appears they quietly went out of business some years ago. That's a pity, because not only did they make a wonderful dual pickup system (their own under-the-saddle design, with a bridge plate contact pickup and preamp), but the owner was delightful to work with over the phone. I had great success with a dual system I installed on an old Washburn acoustic-electric fretless bass, when its original clacky saddle pickup wires broke off one day.

    Don't know if it's still possible to find their pickups, but might be worth the hunt.

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