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Re: Loud feedback issue with D-16RGT? pickup recommendations? (reply)
Frankly, and cutting it short: Throw the UST out, and have a K&K mini installed instead. I can't say wether the K&K will cause feedback problems when played on a stadiums stage backed up by a heavy metal band, but in a setting as...
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Ripple

08/20/14 8:37 AM
Re: Is there an amp that can do both acoustic and electric. (reply)
This may not be what you are looking for but Musician's Friend has the AG-60 amp for sale for 169.99 shipped. Seems like it might work for me.
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kennyb

08/20/14 3:15 AM
Dilemma, dilemma, need help (topic)
Hi guys,Few years ago, I purchased two new sets of Fishman Matrix Infinity Pickups. I have since discovered the K&K mini and have installed 2 into my OM-18V and OM-28V.Anyway, I have tried desperately in vain to sell these 2 Fishman...
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fongie

08/19/14 10:53 PM
Re: Loud feedback issue with D-16RGT? pickup recommendations? (reply)
Thanks for all of the replies, I appreciate y'all taking the time to answer.  So, in response to a few questions here, I don't have an instruction booklet for the electronics, the pick up is not the kind with any onboard controls, either...
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cd

08/19/14 9:08 PM
Re: Loud feedback issue with D-16RGT? pickup recommendations? (reply)
If you don't have controls in your soundhole, you could pop a Feedback Buster in your soundhole......that may take care of most of the feedback issues.  You're using the pickup, so you don't need to worry about what the Feedback Buster...
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tonguy

08/19/14 8:13 PM
Re: Loud feedback issue with D-16RGT? pickup recommendations? (reply)
Is it the kind with preamp and controls mounted in the upper bout bass side? If so, do you have the instruction booklet for it?
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Ripple

08/19/14 7:42 PM
Re: Fishman Matrix Problem (reply)
Naphtha, if you can still get it, is the ideal cleaner to remove any rubber based residue. Once cleaned up, the rubber backing on a Velcro strip should be fine. You can also get fresh adhesive from Fishman. Reusing the old never works well.
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MikeHalloran

08/19/14 4:56 PM
Re: Loud feedback issue with D-16RGT? pickup recommendations? (reply)
I have to disagree about the K&K. I don't have any issue with them at all. I have a fishman set up in a 000 and I really an on the verge of Yanking it. I have 8 guitars with K&K and that is my go to pick up. They are a...
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tippie53

08/19/14 2:17 PM
Loud feedback issue with D-16RGT? pickup recommendations? (topic)
Not sure if this is the correct section, but looking for some advice and/or guidance to the correct section or even an existing topic if I have missed one in my search. I have a 2 year old Martin D-16RGT with electronic pickup installed...
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cd

08/19/14 2:49 AM
Re: Fishman Matrix Problem (reply)
Thanks for both suggestions.  I had tried double sided tape without success, but I may not have used a large enough piece.  I like the velcro idea. I guess I need to remove all of the previous sticky pad and start over.  I was worried...
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PatricP

08/19/14 1:36 AM
Re: Help - Newbie Home Recording Guy (reply)
Yep....wow....I checked back on the thread to see if there were any updates and wow....What talent there...!Rick - you got that right.  Some real talent there.  Very nice....
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MartinBigot

08/18/14 10:55 PM
Re: Fishman Matrix Problem (reply)
PatricP wrote:I recently bought a 2005 Martin dreadnaught that came with a Fishman Matrix Infinity installed.  I have a K & K in another guitar, which I like.  The Fishman sounds great, but the sound hole control keeps falling off. ...
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lmacmil

08/18/14 7:56 PM
Re: Is there an amp that can do both acoustic and electric. (reply)
Another vote for the Roland Micro Cube RX (the RX one has 4 speakers and stereo). Roland have other small amps such as the Street which might work well too. I use the Cube and Fishman UST for my quiet cafe gig just to add a bit of volume...
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ciaran33

08/18/14 6:41 PM
Re: Is there an amp that can do both acoustic and electric. (reply)
Atlasheating wrote: Why do you want an amp with your acoustic in your bedroom?It's actually my office, not bedroom.    I sometimes fool around with a loop pedal etc. and friends stop over from time to time.   90% will be for using with...
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BB Brown

08/18/14 3:06 PM
Re: Is there an amp that can do both acoustic and electric. (reply)
I use acoustic far more than electric guitars, so only have a small acoustic amp which sounds great with my acoustics with K&K pickups. When its time to play electric, I use a Line 6 Pod as a modeling pre-amp and plug into the...
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Salmon Troller

08/18/14 3:05 PM
Re: Is there an amp that can do both acoustic and electric. (reply)
I have the Roland cube 30 and it works really good for electric and pretty good for acoustic. Why do you want an amp with your acoustic in your bedroom?
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Atlasheating

08/18/14 2:22 PM
Re: Is there an amp that can do both acoustic and electric. (reply)
generally acoustic amps are solid state amps (no tubes) that are far closer to bass amps than electric guitar amps. If you don't mind a lot fiddling-with-settings, you can find a bunch of solid state amps that are designed for...
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Mbresler

08/18/14 2:16 PM
Re: Help - Newbie Home Recording Guy (reply)
Some serious talent here...........does my old heart good!
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rancher rick

08/18/14 1:48 PM
Re: Help - Newbie Home Recording Guy (reply)
Yup. Exactly what I was going to suggest. You basically set the H2n (or whatever recorder you end up using) like a condenser microphone, press record, and go. You may need to experiment with placement to find the perfect balance...
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Mtn Man

08/18/14 2:07 AM
Re: Fishman Matrix Problem (reply)
What was the original adhesive like? What about double-sided sticky tape, or something like Pritt Pads?How badly do you really need the control module, anyway? It can be removed completely, as described on p.2 of the Installation...
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omeagerman

08/18/14 1:52 AM

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