Maurice Dupont / Stimer reissue ST48 D Hole Maurice Dupont / Stimer reissue ST48 D Hole Stimer Vintage Django tone for Selmer/Maccaferri D hole guitars. Arts & Entertainment > Musical Instrument Accessories > String Instrument Accessories > Guitar Accessories > Acoustic Guitar Pickups stimer-st48-d-hole ST-48 MACC 4.0 1
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I have been very pleased with the sound quality of this pickup. The sound is very natural and has an acoustic feel. Because the sound is so good, it doesn't need a preamp. The only minor caveats are that it is a bit tricky to put into the D-hole if you have a keyboard extension into the sound hole, and the volume knob sticks up high enough that I can't leave the pickup in when I put my guitar in its case.
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Maurice Dupont / Stimer reissue ST48 D Hole

Maurice Dupont / Stimer reissue ST48 D Hole
This is a reissue of the Stimer single coil pickup used by Django Reinhardt in the 1940s. It has the classic Django electric tone and is very resistant to feedback. Ideal for those who need to play at very high volume levels. Sounds fantastic through nearly any amp or PA.

No installation is required. The soundhole clip will secure the pickup without any additional modifications. Some people also use some Schertler adhesive putty to keep the pickup secure.

Many find that a right angle cable is more comfortable and prevents the pickup from getting knocked out of place.

- Magnetic pickup, single coil
- Length: About 140 mm(5.5 in)
- Thickness: About 8 mm (0.31 in) under the string
- Integrated volume potentiometre
- Nickel-plated brass cover
- Back in nickel plated steel with anti-slipping protection
- 2 fixing legs for big D soundhole
- Including a cable of 3m(9.80 ft)long

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I have been very pleased with the sound quality of this pickup. The sound is very natural and has an acoustic feel. Because the sound is so good, it doesn't need a preamp. The only minor caveats are that it is a bit tricky to put into the D-hole if you have a keyboard extension into the sound hole, and the volume knob sticks up high enough that I can't leave the pickup in when I put my guitar in its case.

Submitted by: Bill on 04/24/2011 01:13:16 AM

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