|Many of you have likely wondered, so how do these things really sound? That was the purpose for
us putting together this page. We have been granted permission from our customers to share
these clips with you. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to contribute. We would
be glad to include your clip and will get it posted ASAP. Enjoy!!
|These first three vids are from our
new friend, Robert Hancox. "Candle
In The Wind" is a solo effort Robert
recorded using his Yahaha FG720S
12 string with one of our Prestige
330 pickups installed.
|Check out "Mr. Red Dog" himself, John McNair laying down some blues on his beautifully
handcrafted instruments! He is using "The Rectifier" pickup system. This is a pickup that was
designed in a collaborative effort between us and John. This pickup is built for Red Dog guitars
exclusively. If you want to know more about "The Rectifier", you're just gonna have to get
yourself a Red Dog guitar! The guy makes some amazing videos so please check them out by
CLICKING HERE! Thanks John!
|Check out this clip from our friend, Jerry Allen.
The pic to the left shows the placement of the
Prestige-330 which is installed in his Seagull 12
String. Thanks for sharing Jerry.
|This is a collaboration between
Robert and misspopanoche from
Robert recorded the vocal and two
guitar tracks using his Yamaha
FG720S-12 12-string and The
Prestige-330. He sent them off to
misspopanoche where Shuie
supplied the bass line and the cool
slide solo in the middle of the
song and at the end.
Thanks Rob for letting us post your
vids! To check out the rest of his
videos, CLICK HERE
|Here is Robert's rendition of "The
Story In Your Eyes" by The Moody
Blues. He created two rhythm
tracks, one with a Yamaha
12-string and one with his Alvarez
6-string. He then added a lead
track to add some fill here and
there and for the solo in the
middle of the song. He also adds a
touch of distortion to the track. He
recorded the vocal track, adding a
little reverb to it.
Both guitars have the Prestige 330
|This clip was submitted by our new friend
Gary (AKA Acoustic Rust). He found this
Gretsch Americana for $30 on
Overstock.com. The then added one of
our VTP-200's (dual piezo system with
volume and tone controls) and a new set
of strings. The sound from this
inexpensive rig is quite amazing. This
really is what our business is all about.
You do not have to spend thousands to
get quality sound. Gary preforms under
the name Acoustic Rust. Click here to
|Sound Clip using the PPS-200 (19.99)
First, thanks for a superior product you have
there. I attached a song I wrote and recorded
using your PPS 200 pickup, the standard 2 piezo
model, straight into a board. It's an overdub
thing, the acoustic background guitar is very
clear, crisp, and sounds like a million bucks.
Guitar was an Gibson small bodied acoustic, on
song the second guitar (using same guitar, same
pickup) we added a bit of compression and a
little "snap" in the treble to help that guitar track
stand out in the mix. I've had a lot of guitars, and
a lot of different pickups, most costing 4 to 5
times what yours do, and your product sounds
better. Additionally when I installed, it took about
15 minutes, really. Mike Cusack, Chicago, (song)
I'll think about you everyday.
Click on the picture to be linked to Mike's band's
website. A band that he actually plays bass in!
Sounds great! Thanks Mike!
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