New from JJB-Electronics comes the first of our new Artist series, THE PRESTIGE 330! Our new line of pickups are
constructed with the finest components available today! In fact, they are the same components that are used
by the "big-box" companies that sell their systems for more than twice as much! This system is the same exact
configuration that  is sold for $130.00 by a very well known company. The first release from our new Artist
Series, The Prestige - 330.

These are built using very high quality 20mm piezo's. We can now offer to substitute these for 15mm piezo's
upon request. Please send us a separate email stating your request. Please do not just add it to the comment
box during Paypal payment as they sometimes get overlooked. This configuration is designed for guitars
which do not provide enough space on the bridgeplate to allow for the bigger sized piezo's. Both systems
have a very similar tone but the smaller system provides a little less output than the bigger sized system. In
many cases this slight difference is negated by the higher resonance of a smaller bridgeplate. These can be
used with or without a preamp with fantastic results. These are ideal if you desire a less defined bass and mid-
range output. They are designed for more resonant guitars or ones with thinner soundboards.

It utilizes a triple surface transducer design. This results in a very wide frequency range and very natural
reproduction of sound. The three-piezo configuration offers a few advantages over single and double piezo
systems. Having three piezo’s affords you the opportunity to place them at three different points on the
soundboard thus resulting in an improved dynamic range due to the fact that they transmit the resonation
found at more than one point. These special surface transducers are under less pressure than under saddle
pickups thus decreasing the likelihood of them transmitting a percussive or harsh sound. Each piezo is
designed to pick up a string pair as well as the resonation found in a significant amount of the soundboard.
These do not "fade" or distort at high volume or with high-power systems. The highs are crystal clear while the
lows are, well, what they should be, low! This pickup configuration is offered in several high end guitars. All of
our products feature quality components and construction. These utilize a premium quality Switchcraft 1/4”
nickel plated mono end-pin jack.. This system will give you a very “clean” install for those who do not want to
compromise the integrity of their beloved instrument. The end-pin jack also doubles as a strap button. These
will work great in a variety of instruments. Mandolins, ukulele’s, bass guitars, banjo’s, violins, dobro’s,
dulcimers, stomp boxes, etc. The possibilities are endless! These, like all of our systems, can be installed in
about 15 minutes! They are a very simple and inexpensive means of turning your acoustic instruments in to
acoustic electric.
Installation;

Tools you will need;
A drill
A 1/2 drill bit

Installation of the endpin jack:
1.Drill or widen the endpin hole to 1/2" using protective tape to cover the area around the hole. This helps to prevent chips and
scratches.
2.Unscrew the endpin jack's strap mount knob
3.Take off the nut and washer.
4.Find out the thickness of your end block and set the nut on the cap accordingly. Once in place, screw the cap against it to
secure the nut.
5.Insert the jack from the inside into the endpin hole.
TIP: a chopstick or something similar helps to get a hold of the jack and pull it through the hole.
6.Attach outside washer and nut and tighten. Attach the end knob.

Transducer installation –
It does not matter in which position you install any of the 3 pickups. The installation spots
are identical. Each pickup should be placed between two of the bridge pins. (see diagram)

Once you determine where you would like to mount the piezo's, attach them to the inside of the guitar top
by following these steps;

Place a drop of super-glue on each piezo (one at a time) and hold it in place for about 45 seconds.

We cannot be responsible for guitar damage caused by installation.
So several of you may be wondering, "so how does it sound". Please
click here to check out our new customer-submitted sound clip page
for a demo.