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#380111 - 10/16/05 03:56 PM Woody Pick-Ups  
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Anyone tried one of those stick on woody pickups. They make them for Ukuleles.
I play ukes, and just ordered a new baritone uke with a bult in pickup.
but was wondering if they (the woodys) work very well with a classical guitar.
I have a lot of things I could use it on, besides the ukes.

Best, L.

#380112 - 10/26/05 06:20 PM Re: Woody Pick-Ups  
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Do you have a name for those pickups? Reason I ask is because I have a D42 that does not have electronics, it's pure. I do a lot of coffeehouses and Borders and such, and have often thought I'd like to put a pickup on that guitar, but I can't bring myself to mar it or change it in any way to accomodate on board electronics. So.....I search for a pickup that can be put on and taken off the D42 for each performance without maring the finish....oh ya, and it has to sound good too. Is that asking too much?

I'm real happy with the condenser mic I use for it right now, but it might be nice to have one less thing to lug around.

Steve in Chicago.


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#380113 - 10/26/05 08:12 PM Re: Woody Pick-Ups  
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I no nothing about them. That's why I posted here to see if anyone did.
You can check it out for yourself at
http://www.jumpingflea.com
listed as ukulele accessories

I still have not decided to buy one yet.

L.

#380114 - 11/02/05 01:01 PM Re: Woody Pick-Ups  
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by lizzorn:
[B]Anyone tried one of those stick on woody pickups. They make them for Ukuleles.
I play ukes, and just ordered a new baritone uke with a bult in pickup.
but was wondering if they (the woodys) work very well with a classical guitar.
I have a lot of things I could use it on, besides the ukes.


Hi L.
I play an old Favilla baritone Uke and use a Dean Markley stick on pickup sometimes.The sticky stuff that comes with it isn't very reliable,it can come off when you least expect it too.A little duct tape helps alot but looks pretty "tacky".I'll probably have a good peiso type mic installed soon,seems to be the way to go.If the finish on your uke is kept polished the sticky stuff will come off,but it's a mess to deal with.

Can I ask which Baritone uke you ordered?I've looked at a few,but the reviews on the sound (compared to my old Favilla) haven't convinced me to buy one yet.

Greg


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